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Lot 38: Martin Soprano Ukelele, Super RARE

Oppulence on the Block

by Four Seasons Auction Gallery

October 23, 2016

Buford, GA, USA

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  • Martin Soprano Ukelele, Super RARE
  • Martin Soprano Ukelele, Super RARE
  • Martin Soprano Ukelele, Super RARE
  • Martin Soprano Ukelele, Super RARE
  • Martin Soprano Ukelele, Super RARE
  • Martin Soprano Ukelele, Super RARE
  • Martin Soprano Ukelele, Super RARE
  • Martin Soprano Ukelele, Super RARE
  • Martin Soprano Ukelele, Super RARE
  • Martin Soprano Ukelele, Super RARE
  • Martin Soprano Ukelele, Super RARE
  • Martin Soprano Ukelele, Super RARE
  • Martin Soprano Ukelele, Super RARE
   
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Description: Martin Ukuleles did not have serial numbers that would have made it much easier to establish their age. However, there are several other factors that are very helpful in establishing the approximate age.

Condition Report: Martin Ukuleles did not have serial numbers that would have made it much easier to establish their age. However, there are several other factors that are very helpful in establishing the approximate age. Basically the placement of the Martin logo and whether the logo is a stamp or a decal plays a major role in the establishment of the age of a ukulele. Also, whether the fret or bar frets or T frets. As a general rule if the Martin logo is stamped on the back of the headstock, and the frets are bar frets, the instrument was usually manufactured in the 1920’s. If the Martin logo is on the front of the headstock as a stamp or decal, the instrument is usually a 1930’s instrument. Also, the 1920’s instruments have two dots at the seventh fret.

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