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    1953 Martin D-28 Natural Acoustic Guitar, #129794. All original finish with weather checking. Nicks and scratches from being professionally played for a number of years. Owned by the same family since new. Dark appearance of the top and binding is common of tobacco stains. Top wood grain and color are indicative of Adirondack spruce but in-hand inspection is recommended. Original bridge has been shaved and bolted on. New bridge and neck reset are recommended. Very straight neck with low worn original frets. Back binding has gap at bass side waist area. Maple bridge plate is original with two bridge bolt holes. DeArmond soundhole pickup with jack added on bass side and one at end pin. Worthy of a professional restoration. Non-original hard case included. Condition: Good. Price Guide Value $13,000

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    July, 2014
    18th Friday
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