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    1934 D'Angelico Sunburst Archtop Acoustic Guitar, Serial # 1034. 16.5" wide L-5 style guitar by famed archtop guitar builder John D'Angelico. The tailpiece is of a style more often seen on a higher end models; its originality to this guitar is unknown. The bridge is correct as is the pickguard, which is engraved "Andy". The gold tuners are circa 1944. The guitar is in excellent playing condition with a nice straight neck and proper bridge height. This guitar was cracked at the treble F hold down to the lower bout trim but has been professionally refinished. Other tight cracks to the finish exist on the top. Checking is present but not severe. Minor dings and scuffs. The back center seam can be felt. Original hard case included. Condition: Excellent.

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    May, 2018
    12th Saturday
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