Signed and dated by Lloyd Loar on March 31, 1924, triple-bound body and tortoise plastic pickguard, triple side-bound headstock with pearl fern and ''The Gibson'' inlays, pearl button tuners, ''The Gibson'' tailpiece cover (Loar-style), adjustable ebony bridge (stamped ''PAT'D JAN. 18 21''), sunburst finish flamed maple neck and body, carved spruce top, Virzi Tone Producer (serial number 10115, small repaired crack on bass side near edge), very rare and sounds great, fully original except frets 1 through 12 have been replaced, on consignment, includes two cases, modern deluxe white Calton HSC (black lining) and oblong OHSC in good condition except for missing handle (bright red interior), VG-EC (SN:79824) Item ID 90U-6141. 28 photos at http://www.elderly.com/vintage/items/90U-6141.htm
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