A Photograph of this mandolin appears in Bill Brosman's National Guitar book on page 278 as #0 late period resonator mandolin, Beautiful canoe scene on the back and front and even more rare, there are palm trees etched all around on the sides. Some faded areas on back, but otherwise in remarkable condition. Has an exquisite rose hand-engraved on the metal crosspiece that protects the biscuit. Cool National tuner covers, a plate with the serial number on the back and a very clean, smooth neck. Supercool tan tolex original case in great condition. Plays and sound's great. Once had a pickguard now probably gone to pick guard heaven. Very loud.
|~1940||Excellent||German silver||Original Hard|
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