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  1. Gibson (used 1936-1940) F-4 Mandolin

    Gibson (used 1936-1940) F-4 Mandolin

    Tag No 32-4434 Used
    #ISI1402, excellent, sunburst, with original hard shell case.

    Boy, this one’s for the history books.  First of all Gibson just didn’t make a lot of high-end mandolins in the last years of the Great Depression, first years of the War-nobody could afford em and few workers remained at the plant to get work done. F-4 mandolins like this are impossibly rare.

    Our Price is $4,895.00.
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  2. Bacon & Day (used, 1925) Silverbell No 1 Mandolin Banjo

    Bacon & Day (used, 1925) Silverbell No 1 Mandolin Banjo

    Tag No 32-4426 Used
    #17325, in "very good" condition with the original hard shell case.

    There are few banjo styles as well regarded or as beautiful in their simplicity as the prewar B&D Silver Bell No. 1.  Silver Bell was the highest numbered series in the B&D banjo line.   This one has the scalloped headstock design, the flowery headplate that is inlaid with many pieces of mother of pearl forming wreaths and branches and leaves and flourishes with the words “B&D,” and then “Silver” and then “Bell” in large pearl script.

    Our Price is $1,645.00.
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  3. Gibson (used, 1919) F-4 Mandolin

    Gibson (used, 1919) F-4 Mandolin

    Tag No 32-4422 Used
    #52936, in “very good” condition, with the original hard shell case.

    All in all this is a remarkably great sounding and loud mandolin.   Sonically, on a scale from one to ten we think this is a 9.8!  For performance, recording, or just for hugging all of the time to provide oneself comfort, this mandolin, like a fish to a peckish pelican, fills the bill.

    Our Price is $5,195.00.
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  4. Michael Lewis (used, 2006 August 2nd) Archive F Style Loar Style mandolin This item is NOW ON SALE!

    Michael Lewis (used, 2006 August 2nd) Archive F Style Loar Style mandolin Now on Sale!

    Tag No 32-4260 Used
    #M171, with a red spruce and flamed maple back and sides, with a gray exterior/rose interior Calton Case.

    We present to you a superb sounding, beautiful instrument from Michael Lewis of Grass Valley, CA.  This wonderful bluegrass tool is made with a spruce top, has a 1-2/16ths nut, flamed maple back, sides and neck, ebony fretboard, pickguard and tuning buttons, and full ivoroid-black-ivoroid binding on its front, back and headstock, and a gold plated “Lewis” logo hinged tailpiece.  WAS $11,299 BUT NOW: 

    Our SALE Price is $9,999.00.
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  5. Phoenix (new) Neoclassical Mandolin

    Phoenix (new) Neoclassical Mandolin

    Tag No 32-4199 New
    #621, Made primarily for classical playing with a sound as sweet as a varietal honey produced from the flowers of the tupelo tree found in the Southeastern United States & with hard shell case.

    Designed with the classical player in mind, this extremely high quality, superb sounding two-point model comes from the builder with Thomastik strings. Rolfe Gerhart, the builder, says: The Neoclassical is the only American mandolin specifically designed for full sound with extra-light strings (up to Dr. Thomastik mediums) for mandolin orchestras, and also for easy playing of folk, jazz, Celtic, and modern classical music. Professionals are startled by its loudness and light weight, saying, "I can’t believe the volume with extra-light strings!"

    Our Price is $3,340.00.
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  6. Giacomel (new) J-5 Mandolin from Genova Italy

    Giacomel (new) J-5 Mandolin from Genova Italy

    Tag No 78-7662 New
    #6007, aging toner finish, housed in a rectangular hard shell plush lined case.

    Corrado at Via Zamperini 48 16010 S.Olcese, in Genova, Italy. If you happen to be in Genova, do say Ciao. The website is: His mandolins are distributed in the USA by mandolin monster David Grisman, and Mandolin Brothers is the newly selected East Coast Display Showroom (and non-denominational chapel) for this brand. David is shown holding his own Giacomel on the cover of his recent duet album with John Sebastian.    

    Our Discount Price is $12,887.00 and Our Cash Discount Price is $12,500.00.
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