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Noble Little Giant Corrine Accordion

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Posted 3 years ago


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Got an absolutley stunning old accordion today.

Maker is Noble (Italian), branded "Little Giant" and "Corinne" (see pics)

Plays well, and no I am not planning on starting a Weird Al Yankovich cover band. Will probably see if I can get it into the hands of someone who can appreciate it.

Accordions have always intrigued me. I play piano and can figure out the right hand but all those chord buttons look alike. Much respect to those who have mastered the accordion.

Can anyone give me a date on this or tell me where to look?

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  1. DobbinDee70, 3 years ago
    I played the accordian when I was younger . I loved it , but my hands would not let me play as I got older . I have carpel tunnel so I had to give it up . I in no way mastered it but I could play it . The way you tell the cords on the left is one centeral button has an indentation ( mine had a rhinestone on the center cord . ) From there you go by feel to find the othrs . I am sorry but I do not know anything about your accordian except to say I love it .
  2. RonM RonM, 3 years ago
    My godfather played one that looked alot like yours in the early 60s at weddings.
  3. sucresucrevintage sucresucrevintage, 3 years ago
    Saw a few auctions with the same instrument - mid 60s.

    As for price - I'm not quite sure!

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