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English-system concertina. Flat rosewood ends, 6.31in/160mm across parallel sides, with bevelled edges; floral frets with white leather backing. 48 ivory buttons: 24 each side, black accidentals, stamped and bushed. Round-end brass reeds. Five-fold green leather bellows with gold and green papers. Right-hand strap later, left-hand absent, small nickel screws. Oval scalloped paper label: Patent concertina by George Case, Boosey & Sons, Holles St, London; Serial numbers: end 2708, side stamp 2476.


Musical Instruments

1 item (description level: part)

412.132-62 sets of free reeds with flexible air reservoir
Broad category
Musical Instruments, Aerophone
Additional names, titles, or classifications
catalogue name:  concertina
object name:  concertina
catalogue title:  412.132-62 sets of free reeds with flexible air reservoir
display title:  412.132-62 sets of free reeds with flexible air reservoir

Additional maker information
Case, George of Boosey & Sons
London, England, UK; Europe
Additional place information
Wayne, Neil
Additional collector information
collector:   Wayne, Neil 

overall: 172 x 163 x 185 mm
Additional measurement information
overall: 172 x 163 x 185 mm

Neil Wayne Collection

Related subjects
object name (AAT): concertinas
object name: concertinas

Record created 1999-04-09 by PAUL
Record last updated 2017-03-14 by GDIXON

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