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1932 Martin 0-18K Guitar

1932 Martin 0-18K Guitar from the “Golden Era” of legendary pre-war Martin guitars. Hawaiian Koa wood top, back, and sides, with a Mahogany wood neck, ebony wood fretboard and bridge with a slotted headstock design and 12 fret joint to the body. #210042 Price: SOLD
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1941 Martin 0-17 Guitar

Historical 1941 Martin 0-17 Guitar. Handcrafted of mahogany wood on the face back, and sides, this guitar has a warm and sweet tone having been constructed with scalloped braces. Brazilian Rosewood fretboard and bridge with a 14 fret joint to the body, this design also featured a larger upper and lower bout in contrast to the earlier parlor sized slotted headstock models. Regarded as a “pre-war” Martin, this generation of Martin guitar is regarded as some of the most desirable to have been made in the company’s 190 year existence. Pre-war Martin gu
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1920s Martin “Employee” Ukulele – Mahogany

Circa. 1920. Martin “Employee” Soprano Ukulele handcrafted in Nazareth, Pennsylvania. Martin employee ukuleles are amongst the rarest and most desirable ukuleles to have ever been handcrafted and only a small number are known to have been made. This one is a remarkable and historical example of a gorgeous Martin “employee” soprano ukulele. Martin employee ukuleles were only allowed to be built under one of two circumstances; 1) retirement in which an employee was allowed to handcraft his own instrument in any style or combination of styles as
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1920s Martin “Employee” Ukulele – Hawaiian Koa

Circa. 1920. Martin “Employee” Soprano Ukulele handcrafted in Nazareth, Pennsylvania. Martin employee ukuleles are amongst the rarest and most desirable ukuleles to have ever been handcrafted and only a small number are known to have been made. This one is a remarkable and historical example of a gorgeous Martin “employee” soprano ukulele. Martin employee ukuleles were only allowed to be built under one of two circumstances; 1) retirement in which an employee was allowed to handcraft his own instrument in any style or combination of styles as
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