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    1941 Martin D-18 Natural Acoustic Guitar, Serial # 78940. Finish is heavily nicked, stained, and play-worn. Three repaired top cracks. Very long side cracks starting at lower bout and running entirely through neck. Maple bridge plate is not original and is slightly oversized but nicely installed. Bridge appears to be original. Neck heel has been reglued and appears to be structurally sound. Non-original tuners. Good neck angle. Remains a very playable guitar despite outside appearance. Hard case included. Condition: Fair.

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    Auction Dates
    April, 2012
    20th-21st Friday-Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 4
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