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ROLDAN, KLUMPE, NISTIS? Accordian Player

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Posted 2 years ago


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This is from my doll collection that my mother had from the 1950's. My father bought many of these dolls in Spain for her. I do not know the maker on this doll - it appears to be either Roldan, Klumpe, or Nistis. The accordian has come unglued from one of his hands.

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  1. austrohungaro austrohungaro, 2 years ago
    Haha, not a simple accordion player, but a Tuno :) I guess the wikipedia can give you a more understandable definition of what a Tuno is:
  2. COVintage, 2 years ago
    Thank you SOOO much! I find this so interesting. I will print out the info and keep it for my little doll "history/info" I am keeping for my collection. Many thanks!
  3. Manikin Manikin, 2 years ago
    Appears to be a Klumpe , austro wow your a great help . I would never have guessed not a accordian . Thanks for all the info !
  4. austrohungaro austrohungaro, 2 years ago
    Well, it is an Accordian player after all, but the tuno things makes it sooooooo Spanish! :) By the way, tunos are now an "endangered species" even if some univeristies -such us Santiago and Salamanca- keep on promoting them... If you talk to anyone around or younger than 45 -my own age- they will surely loath them... even if they come from a centennary tradition!
  5. COVintage, 2 years ago
    Great info Austrohungaro - Appreciate this so!

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