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    1941 Martin D-28 Natural Acoustic Guitar, Serial # 79590. Guitar has complete high-quality but non-factory refinish. The top of guitar is not original, and appears to be professionally installed; exact wood type of spruce top is unknown. The top has scalloped bracing and a new maple bridge plate that is slightly oversized but nicely proportioned. The guitar has one small top crack running along bass side of fretboard and into the soundhole. Several nicely repaired back cracks are cleated and well-hidden by the refinish. Has original tuners. CF Martin peghead decal likely is replacement. Has replacement pickguard. Guitar has a very good neck angle and is ready to play. Hard case included. Condition: Good.



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    Auction Dates
    April, 2012
    20th-21st Friday-Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 4
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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