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1953 Martin 00-17

$2,200
1953 Martin 00-17 in good condition. Lacquer checking in finish, repaired top & back cracks, and the bridge has been bolted down. Recent neck reset, bone nut & saddle. Note to collectors: This guitar contains both Brazilian rosewood and elephant ivory, so plan accordingly. With non-original softshell case.
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1954 Martin 00-17

$3,200
The Martin 00-17 model has been a great small body flat-top that’s flown under the radar since its reintroduction as a 14 fret model in 1934. By that time, the style 17 designation indicated a solid Mahogany top, back and sides with very few trimmings in order for Martin to deliver a professional instrument at a more consumer friendly price. One of the few trimmings however was that the lacquer...
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1952 Martin 00-17

$3,199
An AMAZING vintage 1952 Martin 00-17 acoustic guitar. Plays and sounds great! Tone is superb, very warm and well-defined. The action is low and the neck feels great. Don't miss this one!
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1954 Martin 00-17

$4,395
The Martin 00-17 being darling of the 1950s folk set, this is by far the nicest, cleanest one we've seen anywhere in over forty years, still shiny overall save for one small area of touched-up top finish. Perfect action with the original saddle intact, uncut and untouched, undetectable neck reset in our own shop. 100% everything and literally no fret wear; gorgeous warm tone; it just doesn't get...
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1952 Martin 00-17

$3,500
This Martin 00-17 was made in the USA in 1952. We just reset the neck and it is in excellent playing condition. Very nice tone as well. Call us with any questions.
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1953 Martin 00-17

$3,499
Beautiful clear finish, purchased from original owners family and in great shape. This was purchased by the original owner, who did not play, and lent to a friend who wanted to learn to play guitar. It was returned to the owner after a few years of use, and sat in the case until I acquired it. Shows some playwear, with shirt button worming on the back but not though the wood, some usual light...
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1928 Martin 00-44

$100,000
A little history: the style 44 guitar was suggested by Vadah Olcott-Bickford, a prominent teacher and concert and recording artist of her time. Ms. Bickford and her husband Zarvah produced many recordings between 1919 and 1922, and had a considerable amount of sheet music published as well. The guitars made for her and her students were required to be of the highest quality wood and...
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1928 CF Martin & Co. 00-28

$12,500
1927 Martin 00-28 guitar SN. 37517 Recently acquired out of a pawn shop, this 00-28 is all original (including pins) with the exception of the saddle. The guitar has had a recent neck reset and fret dress, as well as having the bridge reglued, a bridge crack repaired, and a top crack repair. All the work was done with hide glue. That top crack is the only body crack in the guitar, no back...
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1968 Martin D12-35

$4,200
VG-EC, double bound D body, spruce top, very nice looking Brazilian rosewood sides and (3 piece) back, 12 fret mahogany neck (just reset by our shop), bound ebony fretboard, dot inlays, 19 frets, ebony bridge, newer black pickguard, slotted headstock features Brazilian rosewood overlay, 6-on-a-plate open gear tuners, 1-7/8'' nut, 24.9'' scale, with OHSC, on consignment (SN:237628) Item ID...
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1968 Martin D12-35

$3,350
VG-EC except needs work (replace black plastic pickguard, repair pickguard crack, reset neck, dress frets, reglue bridge and repair crack between pins, setup, etc, - sold AS-IS), double bound D body, spruce top with some nicks, checking and a bit of pickwear, very nice looking Brazilian rosewood sides and (3 piece) back, 12 fret mahogany neck, bound ebony fretboard, dot inlays, 19 frets, white...
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~1950 Martin Style 1 Tenor

$1,495
No Serial #. This 1950's Style 1 Tenor features a tortoise-celluloid bound mahogany body, rosewood pin bridge and fingerboard, 1:1 friction pegs, and C.F. Martin logo on the headstock. The neck measures 1-5/16" at the nut, and has a scale of 17". This example is in remarkable condition. No repairs or issues, gorgeous original finish throughout; perfect action, frets, and set-up, and a lovely...
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1915 Harwood Auditorium Special 1018

$2,950
Retrofret Stock # 4497. Harwood Auditorium Special 1018 Model Flat Top Acoustic Guitar, c. 1915, made in Kansas City, serial # 26613, natural varnish finish, mahogany back, sides and neck; spruce top, ebony fingerboard, soft shell case. "Harwood" is one of those mystery brand names that dot the American musical instrument landscape of the pre-depression age. In late 19th and early 20th...
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