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    Posted 6 years ago

    Marcos96
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    I do not know anything about this accordian and wanted more information on it, my aunt passed it down to me, i guess it was my uncles and when he passed away she gave it to me brand new.

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    1. Efesgirl Efesgirl, 6 years ago
      It's a concertina, not an accordion. Can't tell you who made it if there is no name plate on it.

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Concertina

      "The German concertinas, developed within Germany itself for its local market and diaspora, tend to be larger than the English or Anglo concertinas. They are generally bisonoric, use a different style of "long plate" reeds, and tend to be square rather than hexagonal.[2] Unlike the English and Anglo, they sometimes have more than one reed per note, creating a vibrato effect."
    2. Marcos96, 6 years ago
      I added name plate picture
    3. Efesgirl Efesgirl, 6 years ago
      That's not a name plate - only what country manufactured it, not the brand name of the concertina.

      This one also has the same GDR plaque, but also has a manufacturer plaque:

      http://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/scholer-german-concertina-wbox-very-fine-condition


    4. Marcos96, 6 years ago
      Oh ok, then it doesn't have a name plate.
    5. Marcos96, 6 years ago
      I wonder if its worth anything
    6. Concertinacol, 5 years ago
      Wow I have the exact same concertina and funnily enough I was given it after my grandfather passed away recently. I also want to know more about this little concertina & I'll let u know if I find anything out but I don't think it would have much value in a monetary sense
    7. mlodius, 5 years ago
      Well, it is certainly in beautiful condition. Perhaps your aunt can give you more information.

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