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    Circa 1933 Gibson Nick Lucas Sunburst Acoustic Guitar. Brazilian rosewood back and sides. 14.75 inch body. Converted from trapeze to pin bridge. Neck has pulled away from the body a bit. Correct size bridge plate has been installed. Replaced fingerboard binding. Two top cracks from bridge to butt. The back has most likely been replaced as the bracing and lining are incorrect for this model and era. High quality re-finish. A small bolt hole is present in the bridge from a previously installed (and unnecessary) Bridge Doctor. Still a very rare and desirable guitar that will make a nice player. Hard case included. Condition: Fair. Price Guide Value $20,000

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    Auction Dates
    March, 2016
    26th Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 1
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