S/N 1234 ca. 1881
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The neck has an early style "hippy" peghead, a fancy
5th peg cut
and a lovely "outline" carving on the heel.
A typical F&C laminated pot with rosewood inside
The brackets are attached with screws through the wall.
The tonering is a perforated hollow brass ring placed so that it is
just a little wider than the pot and a little higher than the inner wall.
The bridge and tailpiece are replacements as are 4 of the ivory pegs and the ivory nut.
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