An authentic antique parlor guitar, in full playable condition!
A size-2, type 1522 guitar - described in the authoritative "Washburn: Prewar Instrument Styles" by Hubert Pleijsier:
Hawaiian steel guitar;
Flamed mahogany back and sides, mahogany top, rosewood headstock overlay, mahogany neck,
18 fret ebony fingerboard, bound with a faint line of white celluloid with four pearl dots at frets 5,7,9,12.
Ebony bridge, soundhole bound with black and white celluloid, inlaid backstrip, and bone nut.
Serial number range places it at roughly 1918.
Proper original tuners, and a proper v-neck.
Includes original end-loader case.
A rare opportunity to own a guitar over a century old!
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