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1970s Martin Baritone Ukulele

Circa 1970. Beautiful Martin Baritone Ukulele. Overall wonderful original condition with some minor cosmetic issues – see photos for more details. No cracks. No repairs. No needed repairs. All mahogany face, back, and sides with rosewood fretboard and bridge. Ebony wood binding on face and back. All original condition with some cosmetic issues but an overall amazing sounding and playing vintage Martin baritone ukulele. Nice deep lows with a classic mellow baritone sound. ID#200090 Price: SOLD
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1950s Martin 2M Soprano Ukulele

Beautiful 1950s Martin 2M Soprano Ukulele. This is a wonderful playing ukulele from one of the highest regarded manufacturers of ukuleles, C.F. Martin & Co. This 1950s Martin & Co 2M soprano ukulele can be characterized with a solid mahogany wood body and neck and a classic dark rich C.F. Martin &  Co. wood-stain. Top and back ivroid binding. Traditional concentric circle purfling rosette. Classic “C.F. Martin & Co” stamp inside of the soundhole. Excellent condition with minimal play wear. Now is your chance to own a great playing ukulele from C.F. M
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1910 C. Knutsen ‘Harp’ Ukulele

Every ukulele collector’s dream. An extremely rare “Harp” ukulele handcrafted by Chris Knutsen sometime between 1910 – 1914. Only 35 of these instruments are known to have been built and 29 of them are known to exist to date. Mr. Gregg Miner has dedicated years of research to tracking the whereabouts of each of these pieces and cataloging the unique attributes of each piece. Click here for details. By the early 1900s C. Knutsen was recognized as a craftsman of fine ‘harp guitars’. The basic construction instrument was a hollow arm that extended out
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1920s Lyon & Healy ‘Shrine’ Soprano Ukulele

Founded in Chicago in 1864, George Washburn Lyon and Patrick J. Healy built their first instrument – a harp – in the year 1889. This partnership quickly became the Washburn company ‘Lyon & Healy’. Lyon & Healy’s knowledge of instrument building and unique designs was later applied to the traditional figure-eight shape of the ukulele at the turn of the 20th century, in which the company introduced a number of  less traditional shapes such as the ‘bell’ and the ‘shrine’ ukulele. This beautiful ukulele is a
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