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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. 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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  3. 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 Cash Price is $8,500.00.
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