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    1949 Martin D-28 Natural Acoustic Guitar, #109215. Complete, very amateur refinish. Considerable pickwear and scratches underneath finish. Very long scratch on bass side of top, looks like crack but is from dragging pick down grain line. Original bridge has been finished over, reglued, and bolted to bridge plate. Non-original pickguard. Crack free Brazilian rosewood back and sides. Strap button crudely attached to end of heel. Very worn, original frets. Full thickness fingerboard. Inside of guitar clean and unmolested other than overspray on back and soundhole area. Needs neck set. Worthy of professional restoration. Hard case included. Condition: Fair.

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    Auction Dates
    August, 2011
    20th Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 12
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