Cordovox piano accordion, probably made in Italy, distributed by the Chicago Musical Instrument Company, acquired in the 1960s probably about 1964 3 octaves F to a'' 2 dials for volume, plus another missing. 'SuperV/cordovox' nameplate applied on right-hand frame. Reeds: melodeon, viola, flute, violin, viola with amplifiers with inbuilt speakers foot control and 'Schaller' manual control (possibly fitted onto accordion) with bass input sockets and strap for accordion.
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