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1920s Martin 1M Ukulele

Vintage Martin 1M Ukulele for sale. Here is a beautiful C.F. Martin & Co. soprano ukulele in refinished condition from the early 1920s. Handcrafted from Mahogany wood the uke has a single top binding of rosewood (unlike the later 1M models that have the faux tortoise shell binding). Fretboard is made of brazilian rosewood. The instrument has been refinished and has a slight gloss to it but the refinish is done evenly and is quite nice. Plays great too! Classic Martin sound and one that you need not worry about ‘jamming’ on either. Price: SOLD
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1950s Martin Concert Ukulele

Classic Martin Concert Ukulele from the 1950s. Overall a wonderful player ukulele in played condition. Total length is 23.5 inches. Martin Concert ukuleles are amongst the most sought after player ukuleles and continue to be considered a ‘player’s choice’ amongst enthusiasts and recording musicians alike. Tortoise shell binding on the front and back, wood rosette around soundhole, and all mahogany wood construction. A rare find for the true ukulele enthusiast. Price: SOLD
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1950s Martin 1M Ukulele

Classic Martin Soprano Ukulele from the 1950s. Overall a wonderful player ukulele in played condition. Total length is 21 inches. Martin ukuleles are amongst the most sought after player ukuleles and continue to be considered a ‘player’s choice’ amongst enthusiasts and recording musicians alike. Tortoise shell binding on the front and back, wood rosette around soundhole, and all mahogany wood construction. A rare find for the true ukulele enthusiast. Price: SOLD
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1960s Martin 3M Ukulele

Here is a very rare 1960’s Martin 3M (Mahogany Model) Soprano Ukulele with original case and warranty card. mint condition; 10 out of 10. Classic mahogany face, back and sides with celluloid binding on top and back. Ebony fretboard and C.F. Martin & Co decal on headstock and in perfect condition. There is also a C.F. Martin & Co stamp on the inside of the soundhole as well. There are no issues with the ukulele and it is both a phenomenal player ukulele but even a better collectible uke. The is not the reissue uke that has somewhat flooded the market. It is a
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