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Used Gibson A1 Used Gibson A1 1923, birch back and sides, spruce top, mahogany neck, black top with mahogany-finish on back and sides, white bound body and soundhole, unbound fingerboard, adjustable ebony bridge, raised tortoise pickguard, white stenciled "Gibson" logo on headstock tastefully added, "The Gibson" engraved tailpiece cover. In excellent condition with minor playing wear. Includes original hard case.
Used Gibson F4 Used Gibson F4 c. 1910, maple back and sides, spruce top, torch and wire inlay, three-point body style, inlaid Handel tuners, ohsc. Shipping date of 1910 per Spann. Missing pickguard. Several repaired cracks, including headstock scroll. Great vintage patina - and it sounds just lovely. Three-points come up infrequently!
Used Gibson H-2 Used Gibson H-2 1911, A-style mandola, spruce top, birch back and sides, mahogany neck, ebony fingerboard, black top and headstock veneer, dark mahogany colored back, sides, and neck, slanted "The Gibson" script and fleur-de-lis pearl headstock inlay, white bound body and fingerboard, rosette has thick white center bounded on both sides by half herringbone, with original pickguard, tuners, and tailpiece, and older non-original adjustable bridge. In very good condition with abundant finish checking, some chipped away finish areas and the finish is worn off back of the neck, along with normal player wear and a completely stabalized and glue/filled one-inch crack in the back next to the neck heel. Comes with a gig bag.
Used Gibson H-2 Mandola Used Gibson H-2 Mandola Based on the Factory Order Number this mandola was made in 1912. Birch back and sides with spruce top, black top, ebony fretboard, original pickguard in excellent condition including felt bushing!, original Handel inlaid tuners in excellent condition, fleur-de-lis inlay on headstock, original finish with light play-wear, some fret wear, but does not require a refret at this time. This could be one of the nicest, all origial, very clean H-2's we have seen. Even the tooled leather case is in good condition. It's missing the strap. We recommend a more modern case for daily use and archive the original. Excellent condition and 105 years old!