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    1941 Martin D-18 Natural Acoustic Guitar, #79759. Nicks and dings to the original finish. Needs a good cleaning. Thin and slightly oversized bridge. Several small structural side cracks. Top and back are crack free. Original tuners have been replaced with gold Grovers. Non-original oversized diamond inlays on the fingerboard. Original bridge plate with large string doubler added. Will need neck reset, refret and new bridge for proper playability. Hard case included. Condition: Fair. Price Guide Value $25,000

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    Auction Dates
    July, 2014
    18th Friday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 2
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