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Lester Invicta Accordion made in Czechoslovakia

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    Posted 10 years ago

    Sandyw
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    Lester Invicta Accordion made in Czechoslovakia. There is no date on the accordion that I can find. Still in the original box as you can see, the number 521 is on the box. I would like to find out more information on this accordion. Such as the date it was manufactured, etc. Anybody information would be helpful! Thanks!

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    Comments

    1. Kaybee, 10 years ago
      I have one that is almost identicle to this accordion, but in very poor condition! I can't find anything on it at all, have you by chance heard anything about it yet?
    2. jean potter, 9 years ago
      I have an identical accordion, but, it has "Champion" made in Czechovakia. My husband (deceased) had always told me that his grandmother brought in over from Ireland when she was a teenager. My husband would have been 82 now so ti would have to be well over 100 years old.
    3. Laureniscontent, 9 years ago
      You might want to try Accordionist.org. They have a very good forum.

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