Friday, October 30, 2009

Egmond Guitar in Greensboro SC for $45

I don't know if anybody wants one of these or not... the seller givese very little info. If it is like Harrison's first guitar (that is valued at over $500K) then I guess it has conversation value but it is just a simple little Dutch parlor guitar.

1950's egmond guitar medalist - $45 (greensboro)

Date: 2009-10-28, 2:53PM EDT
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1950's egmond guitar medalist . this is the smaller one. 36" tall .....over all good condition, all strings on it...plays nicely....some scratches here and there around the edges.... I believe it is from 1950's based on the label on the inside.....made in holland... on the top says MEDALIST.... serial number on back is 22643231...... very similar to the guitar that george harrison had.....great for your collection,, questions ask.. selling it as you see

1950's egmond guitar,

1 comment:

  1. I have a vintage Egmond (Toledo I think) guitar, s/n 79030162. Where can I find out the age of this guitar. Tks.. for your help.


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