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1918 Gibson A3 Mandolin

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    Posted 10 years ago

    FLHRci01
    (4 items)

    1918 Gibson Mandolin with case. Style A3, Serial #40967. This beautiful mando has been in my family for many, many years. I received this from my father in 2008 and someday will pass it down to my son.

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    1. valleyboy valleyboy, 10 years ago
      that's a beautiful instrument, and it looks like it's in really great condition. awesome!
    2. FLHRci01, 10 years ago
      Thank you so much! It really is in excellent condition. My father and I share a passion for music and I treasure it.
    3. imapigeon, 9 years ago
      Yours is a twin to my grandmother's which is will be passed on to my son in August. In the case are are some original string packages (one with a string in it) and a program from a recital she played in 1918. Does anyone knows where to get copies of the old print advertisements for these?

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