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1960s Martin 3M Soprano Ukulele

Circa 1960s. Vintage Martin 3M Ukulele. Here is a very rare 1960’s Martin 3M (Mahogany Model) Soprano Ukulele handcrafted in Nazareth, PA. Classic mahogany face, back and sides with celluloid binding on top and back –  discoloration on the binding as the instrument aged over the last 60+ years. Ebony fretboard and C.F. Martin & Co decal on headstock. There is also a C.F. Martin & Co stamp on the inside of the soundhole as well. Minor play wear but overall in wonderful original condition. The is not the reissue uke that has somewhat flooded the market.
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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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1879 Jose do Espirito Santo Ukulele – “The First Ukulele”

Circa 1879. “The First Ukulele” ever made. Jose do Espirito Santo Ukulele. Coveted Brazilian Rosewood back and sides with a spruce top. Brazilian Rosewood fretboard and bridge. Hawaiian Koa wood neck. Rope binding on soundboard with matching rope marquetry rosette. Cloud inlay at the butt of the instrument, a characteristic often only found on the earliest ukuleles. Wooden friction tuners. Original handcrafted coffin case. This instrument was on display at the Honolulu Academy of Arts in 1941 as ‘The First Ukulele in Hawaii’. It still bears t
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