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Historic First World War banjo comes back to Canada

Historic First World War banjo comes back to Canada | Antiques & Vintage Collectibles |
This story just resonates on many levels. It's about a chance discovery that included a mystery - partially solved through luck, skill and perseverance. The tale combines history writ large and humanity on an individual level.
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Vintage Small Accordion

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Vintage accordion for kids in nice red mother of pearl, made in USSR - ex Soviet Union by Razho and named м а л ы ш (malysh) that in Russian means

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Beatles Guitar Sells for Over $400,000

Beatles Guitar Sells for Over $400,000 | Antiques & Vintage Collectibles |

A custom-built VOX prototype guitar that was played by both John Lennon and George Harrison during the the Beatles’ ‘Magical Mystery Tour’ era was sold for $408,000 at auction.


The auction was held over the weekend at the Hard Rock Cafe in Manhattan, and organized by Julien’s Auctions of Beverly Hills. An anonymous buyer claimed the instrument, which was specially constructed for Lennon in 1966.

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Gibson Longneck Banjo Circa 1930 Kalamazoo,...

Gibson Longneck Banjo Circa 1930 Kalamazoo,... | Antiques & Vintage Collectibles |
Gibson Longneck Banjo Circa 1930 Kalamazoo, Michigan Claims to fame: played in Hair at the Aquarius Theater on Sunset Boulevard Los Angeles in the late ’60s. Used to record with the Los Angels...
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