Long before celluloid and streamlining became the normal accordion aesthetic, vintage accordions were completely handmade with a great deal of individual attention. Many accordions made in the 1800s through the 1940s included ornate grills, in-laid wood, rhinestone decorations, and elaborate painting. The reed profile used in early accordions was very different than modern production and this creates a sound as unique as the exterior of these instruments.
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5922 - Rosewood Wheatstone English Concertina Treble M 48
6337 - Cream Premiata F'abrica D'Armonice Organola Piano Accordion LMM 41 120 - For Parts or Repair
6377 - Black Wheatstone English Concertina Treble M 48