WELCOME TO INVALUABLE
Be the first to know about
the latest online auctions.
Please enter a valid email address (name@host.com)
Sign Up »
PS: We value your privacy
Thank you!
 
 
Want to learn more
about online auctions?
Take a Quick Tour »
 
Invaluable cannot guarantee the accuracy of translations through Google Translate and disclaims any responsibility for inaccurate translations.
Show translation options
Auction Description for Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers: Musical Instrument Collection of Lawrence David Clark, Esq. NY
Auction Description:

Lawrence David Clark Jr. was a prominent Manhattan attorney and distinguished alumnus of Harvard University and Harvard Law School. Mr. Clark, a multi-instrumentalist himself possessed a lifelong passion for the creation of music and craftsmanship of musical instruments. Mr. Clarks collection includes both the acquisitions of a discerning collector and cherished discoveries of an accomplished and earnest practitioner. Wherever Lawrence traveled he would visit the local musical instrument store in search of the next treasure for his collection. Lawrence’s love of music included encouraging the future generation of musicians serving on the Board of Trustees of the Professional Children’s School in New York City and influencing his sons Gregory and Timothy to pursue musical instruction.

The Clark collection is comprised of over two hundred and fifty musical instruments crossing the auction block on Saturday, February 25th at 12:00pm. Live bidding will be available via Auctionzip, eBay Live, Invaluable, Liveauctioneers, and bidlive.bruneauandco.com. For more information Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers can be reach at 401-533-9980 or visit bruneaandco.com for more information. Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers is located at 63 Fourth Ave, Cranston, RI, 02910.

   

Preview in Gallery:

Thursday, February 23rd 9am until 5pm

Friday, February 24th Noon until 9pm 

Saturday, February 25th 9am until auction start

Viewing Notes:
Preview in Gallery: Thursday, February 23rd 9am until 5pm Friday, February 24th Noon until 9pm Saturday, February 25th 9am until auction start
Terms & Condition:
1. The Lots listed in this auction will be offered by Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers ("Auctioneer" or the "Company") as agent for consignor(s) or owner. By bidding at this auction you agree to be bound by the Terms and Conditions of Sale contained herein.
2. All the Property offered and sold through Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers shall be offered and sold under the Terms and Conditions set forth herein. YOUR BID IS A CONTRACT. By participating in this auction, you acknowledge that you accept and are bound by these Terms and Conditions, any of which may be modified or waived at the sole discretion of Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers or the Auctioneer.
3. Buyer acknowledges and agrees that Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers shall be found to have no duty, or liability, as to the validity of the consignor or owner's lawful title to any lot offered for sale. The Company provides no guarantee or warranty either expressed or implied as to the lawful title of any lot, and Buyer waives and releases the Company from any and all claims, of whatever nature based on alleged defect(s) in legal title.
4. Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers advises all prospective bidders to examine in person all lots they are interested in bidding on before the auction. YOUR BID IS A CONTRACT and ALL SALES ARE FINAL. All Property (Lots) are sold "As Is" "Where is" and without recourse. Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers, The Auctioneer and Its Consignors make NO warranties or representations of any kind with respect to any of the Property (Lots) to be sold at auction, including, without limitation, warranty of title, warranty of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, or any other warranty or representation of any kind in reference to the Property. Neither Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers, Its Employees, Consignors, Agents nor Assigns shall be responsible for the correctness, authenticity, provenance, attribution, condition or any other terms used to describe the Property. Neither Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers, the Auctioneer, its consignor(s), agents nor employees shall be deemed to have made any representation or warranty either expressed or implied. The absence of any reference to the condition of a lot does not imply that the lot is free of imperfections or the effects of aging. The Bidder is advised to thoroughly examine all lots prior to bidding. All sales are final unless the property is forged, counterfeit or fraudulently mispresented. In that case the buyer shall 48 hours upon receipt of the property to promptly return the property to Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers, in the same condition it was sold, and rescind the transaction.
5. All prospective bidders/buyers must register and provide suitable identification prior to the start of the auction and before bidding. Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers reserves the right to refuse admission to the premises, and/or to refuse participation in any auction at any time at Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers or the Auctioneers sole discretion.
6. Registered bidders agree to accept personal responsibility for paying the total purchase price, which includes the Hammer Price plus a 20% buyer's premium and all applicable State, Federal and Local taxes on the day of the auction. Online bidders understand that there is a 25% buyers premium and agree to be bound by the terms and conditions as disclosed on Invaluable.com. If a bidder would like to appoint an agent to bid on their behalf, then it must be agreed to in writing, by Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers prior to the start of the auction.
7. Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers will accept any pre-sale ("Absentee") bids left in writing prior to the commencement of the Sale, however, the Company is not responsible for failing to execute such bids, or for any errors or omissions in connection with such bids. If an Item or Lot receives written bids for identical amounts, and they are the highest bids, the Item or Lot will be sold to the buyer whose written bid was received and accepted first. The Company's copy of and records regarding receipt and acceptance of any Absentee bid shall be deemed sole evidence and conclusive.
8. A buyer may register to bid via telephone at least 48 hours before the start of an auction. Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers will make every reasonable effort to contact the prospective telephone bidder to enable them to bid by phone at the auction, however, the Company does not accept any liability for failure to do so, or for any errors and omissions in connection with telephone bidding.
9. Some Lots in the Sale may be subject to a confidential reserve below which the Lot will not be sold. The reserve will not exceed the low estimate of the Lot. The Auctioneer may open the bidding on any Lot below the reserve by placing a bid on behalf of the consignor and may continue to bid on behalf of the consignor up to the amount of the reserve. This may be done by placing consecutive bids or by placing bids in response to other bidders.
10. If any Lot is offered without reserve, unless there are already competing bids, the Auctioneer, may open the bidding at half the low estimate. If a bid is not offered at that level, the Auctioneer may proceed backwards until a bid is offered, and then continue up from that initial bid at increased increments.
11. The Company reserves the right to withdraw any Property at any time before the hammer falls at its complete discretion, and shall have no liability whatsoever for such withdrawal.
13. The Company reserves the right to reject any bid. The highest bidder acknowledged by the Auctioneer will be the buyer. In the event of any dispute between bidders, the Auctioneer shall have absolute and final discretion either to determine the successful bidder, or to re-offer and re-sell the Property in dispute. If any dispute arises after a sale, the Company's sale record shall be conclusive and final.
14. The Auctioneer's decision to refuse any bid, advance the bidding in any manner, withdraw a Lot, determine a successful bidder, continue the bidding, to cancel a sale and reoffer and resell an item in dispute, is conclusive, absolute and final. Neither Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers, Its agents, employees, nor consignors shall have any liability of any nature with respect to the aforementioned terms.
15. Title of the property immediately passes to the highest acknowledged bidder when the Auctioneer's hammer falls, subject to the Terms and Conditions set forth herein, at which point the bidder assumes full risk and responsibility for the Property. The buyer shall pay the full purchase price which includes Hammer price, together with the 20% buyers' premium PLUS any applicable fees, taxes and shipping costs at the conclusion of the auction. Online bidders understand that there is a 25% buyers premium and agree to be bound by the terms and conditions as disclosed on Invaluable.com. Payment shall be made in US dollars by cash, cashier's or certified check, credit cards that are accepted by the Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers, in-state personal check with prior approval of Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers, or wire transfer. Payment for international bidders shall be by wire transfer only. Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers will not accept credit cards or Pay Pal payments from international bidders. Payment will not be considered complete until funds are cleared. No Property will be released to the buyer until payment has been made in full. If payment is made by check the Company reserves the right at its sole discretion to hold the Property purchased until funds have cleared the bank. Buyer agrees to pay the Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers a handling charge of $50 for any check dishonored by the Bank in which the funds are drawn upon.
16. The Buyer will remove all purchased Property at their sole expense immediately upon conclusion of the auction. Property not removed by the successful bidder may be sold by the Company, or removed by the Company to a public warehouse or storage facility, at the sole risk, responsibility and expense of the buyer. Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers will not be responsible for any loss, theft, or damage to any Property left at the conclusion of the auction. If purchased Property is not picked up within (5) business days then Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers reserves the right to charge a monthly fee of 10% of the total purchase price, and an additional administrative fee of $200.00. If the Property is not picked up after thirty (30) days then Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers is free to dispose of the property in whatever manner the Company deems fit. Neither Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers, its agents, employees, nor consignors shall have any liability of any nature with respect to items not picked up by the buyer after 30 days.
17. If the buyer fails to pay in full with good cleared funds, or fails to comply with the Terms and Conditions of the Sale as set forth herein, the Company reserves the right to exercise one or more of the following remedies, in addition to any other remedies available to the Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers by operation of law:
a) hold the defaulting buyer liable for the full purchase together with any buyers premium.
b) Cancel the sale;
c) Resell the property without reserve at public auction, or privately under such terms as Company deems appropriate, and the defaulting purchaser will be liable for any difference between the original purchase price and the final sales price. In addition, the defaulting buyer will be responsible for any costs incurred by the Company including, but not limited to, handling, storage, commissions, insurance, administration, any and all legal fees, incidental damages and all costs relating to this transaction; and
d) Forbid the buyer from participating in any future auction.
17. Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers can provide a successful bidder with an in-house packing & shipping quote or with a list of shippers if preferred. The Company will not be responsible for the acts or omissions of carriers or packers engaged by the buyer whether or not such shipper was listed by the Company. Property will not be released to a third party shipper without the buyer's consent, and unless the Company is in receipt of full payment. Any packing and handling by the Company is at the entire risk of the buyer and the Company bears no liability for any loss or damage to such items. The cost of shipment will be Buyer's full responsibility.
18. The conduct of the auction and all transactions associated with it, the Terms and Conditions herein set forth, together with the rights and obligations of the Company, Consignor and Buyer are governed by the laws under the State of Rhode Island. If any part of these Terms and Conditions is found by a Rhode Island court to be invalid, illegal or unenforceable then that part will be discounted and the rest of the Terms and Conditions will continue to be valid to the fullest extent permitted by law.
19. International Bidders who wish to participate in our auction must pay by wire transfer. No credit cards are accepted for international purchases.
Shipping Terms:
Bruneau & Co Auctioneers' is proud to have their own in house shipping department, please contact ashle@bruneauandco.com for shipping quotes.

Musical Instrument Collection of Lawrence David Clark, Esq. NY (275 Lots)

by Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers

February 25, 2017, 12:00 PM EST

Live Auction

Cranston, RI, USA

Refine by:
Category: All
All Categories
Automobiles, Boats & Airplanes (7)
  Model Ships (7)
Collectibles (264)
  Books - General (1)
  Electronics - General (3)
  Advertising - General (1)
  Vinyl Records (3)
  Amplifiers (11)
  Banjos (31)
  Clarinets (4)
  Flutes (2)
  Musical Instruments - General (4)
  Guitars (69)
  Harps (15)
  Keyboards (19)
  Mandolins (39)
  Percussion Instruments (1)
  Grand & Baby Grand Pianos (1)
  Saxophones (4)
  String Instruments (1)
  Ukeleles (14)
  Violins (2)
  Wind Instruments (39)
Furniture (3)
  Antique Benches & Stools (1)
  Benches & Stools - General (1)
  Stands (1)
Guns & Firearms (1)
  Ammunition & Gun Parts (1)
Search
Jump to:
Go
Sort by:  
Lots with images first
Per page:  
C.1940s Vintage Gibson EH-125 Lap Steel Guitar

Estimate: $500 - $800

Description: UNITED STATES, CIRCA 1940s A 1940s Gibson model EH-125 lap steel guitar with original Fife & Nichols case. The lap steel features a sunburst finish over a mahogany body and neck.

Condition Report: Static to volume with iffy tone. Mild checking to finish, minor dings and dents, small finish blemishes on headstock. The guitar retains all of its original parts and is in full working order.

View additional info and full condition report

Current bid: $250 (2 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
Vintage Decorative Floral A-Style Mandolin

Estimate: $50 - $100

Description: UNITED STATES, LATE 20TH CENTURY A vintage A-Style mandolin. The mandolin features a spruce construction and pearloid fretboard. The mandolin is accented by stenciled floral forms on either side of the body's top. The mandolin comes with a suitable chipboard case.

Condition Report: Minor finish wear, minor dents, string retainer flaking, body back slightly separated.

View additional info

Starting bid: $25 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
Vintage Epiphone MM-30 A-Style Mandolin

Estimate: $100 - $200

Description: JAPAN, LATE 20TH CENTURY A 1980s Epiphone MM-30 A-Style mandolin, serial No. 81269, made in Japan. The mandolin features a spruce top with white-bound mahogany body and neck with rosewood fretboard. The top of the mandolin possesses a tobacco sunburst finish recreated on the back, neck, and headstock. The mandolin is held in a lined hard shell case.

Condition Report: Small crack to the upper F hole and the pick guard replacement.

View additional info

Current bid: $75 (2 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
Harmony 5-String Rosewood and Steel Banjo

Estimate: $100 - $200

Description: UNITED STATES, LATE 20TH CENTURY A Harmony five string banjo. The banjo features a rosewood fretboard and steel rim construction with pearloid tuning pegs. The banjo is held in a chipboard case.

Condition Report: Overall good condition.

View additional info

Current bid: $50 (1 bid)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
Angelica 6810 Hand Made Acoustic Guitar

Estimate: $100 - $200

Description: JAPAN, 20TH CENTURY An Angelica 6810 acoustic guitar, serial No. 76-10290, made in Japan. The guitar features a spruce top with rosewood fretboard both bound in white. The fretboard is inlaid with square pearloid position markers. The guitars body is decorated with colorful geometric patterns surrounding the sound hole. The guitar is held in a lined hard shell case.

Condition Report: Minor dents and scratches, overall good condition.

View additional info

Starting bid: $50 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
Antique Dobson Matchless Steel and Wood Banjo

Estimate: $75 - $150

Description: UNITED STATES, EARLY 20TH CENTURY An antique Dobson Matchless banjo. The banjo features a steel rim with mahogany neck and rosewood fretboard. The banjo is all original with the exception of the bridge, tailpiece, and plastic tuning pegs. The banjo is held in a chipboard case.

Condition Report: Overall good condition, minor cracks, dents and scratches with small fretboard repair to rear of body.

View additional info

Current bid: $100 (2 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
Yamaha CG-130 Classical Acoustic Guitar

Estimate: $75 - $150

Description: CHINA, LATE 20TH CENTURY A Yamaha CG-130 classical acoustic guitar, serial No. 50107209. The guitar features a spruce top and sides with mahogany back and neck and ebony fretboard. The slotted headstock contains decorative pearloid tuning pegs atop gold hardware. The guitar is held in a chipboard case.

Condition Report: Various levels of wear on the top, minor scratches and dents.

View additional info

Starting bid: $25 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
Yamaha FG-130 Acoustic Guitar

Estimate: $200 - $300

Description: CHINA, LATE 20TH CENTURY A Yamaha FG-130 acoustic guitar, serial No. 80623375. The guitar features a spruce top, meranti back and sides with nato neck and rosewood fingerboard. The guitar is accented with a floral emblem on the headstock. The guitar is held in a chipboard case.

Condition Report: Very good condition, few dents.

View additional info

Starting bid: $100 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
Vintage Houghton & Sons Cuckoo Banjolin

Estimate: $75 - $150

Description: UNITED STATES, MID 20TH CENTURY A vintage Houghton & Sons Cuckoo banjolin. The banjolin features a wooden body with metal rim and small banjo drum head affixed to the top. The banjolin is held in a chipboard case and retains original bridge in storage compartment.

Condition Report: Ebony fretboard with cracking, minor scratches and dents. The banjolin appears to retain all original parts.

View additional info

Starting bid: $25 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
Vintage Banjo Mandolin Banjolin w/ Original Case

Estimate: $50 - $100

Description: UNITED STATES, MID 20TH CENTURY The banjolin features wooden construction with metal rim and banjo drum head appearing to be all original. No makers mark can be found on the instrument. The banjolin is held in a hard shell case.

Condition Report: Good overall condition, minor finish wear cracks on rear binding.

View additional info

Current bid: $25 (1 bid)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
C.1920s Vintage Gibson TG-1 Tenor Guitar

Estimate: $300 - $500

Description: UNITED STATES, CIRCA 1920s A Gibson TG-1 tenor guitar, etched 032-C9-8988Ma on reverse. The guitar features a spruce top with mahogany back, sides, and neck. The fretboard appears to be ebony or perhaps rosewood discolored by age. The guitar appears to be all original, held in a hard shell case.

Condition Report: Wear to sound hole area and top, as well as fretboard and body and finish stripped. Professional luthier restoration recommended. Refer to photos.

View additional info and full condition report

Current bid: $150 (1 bid)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
Vintage Bruno Floral Abalone and Ebony Tenor Banjo

Estimate: $200 - $300

Description: UNITED STATES, MID 20TH CENTURY A Bruno tenor banjo, serial No. B-5278. The banjo is constructed of a metal rim and maple neck with ebony fretboard. The fretboard and headstock are accented with inlaid abalone floral designs. The banjo is held in a hard shell case.

Condition Report: Overall good condition. Minor cracks and dents. Ebony fretboard with wear in higher register. The banjo appears to retain all of its original parts.

View additional info and full condition report

Starting bid: $100 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
Vintage Antonio Lorca 108 Classical Guitar

Estimate: $100 - $200

Description: SPAIN, LATE 20TH CENTURY A vintage Antonio Lorca 108 classical guitar, made in Spain. The guitar features a spruce top with exotic wood back, sides, and neck with rosewood fretboard. The body is accented with a Spanish style design surrounding the sound hole. The guitar is held in a chipboard case.

Condition Report: Overall good condition, very minor dents and scratches.

View additional info

Current bid: $100 (2 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
Vintage Decorative A-Style Mandolin

Estimate: $100 - $200

Description: UNITED STATES, MID 20TH CENTURY The mandolin features a wooden construction with decorative binding on the body's top and sound hole edge. The body exhibits an inlaid decorative pickguard. The mandolin is held in a hard shell case.

Condition Report: Overall good condition, small crack to the top.

View additional info

Starting bid: $50 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
Vintage 1938 Rickenbacker 59 Lap Steel Guitar

Estimate: $300 - $500

Description: UNITED STATES, CIRCA 1938 A Rickenbacker model 59 lap steel guitar, serial No. E1202. The guitar is constructed entirely of hollow textured black painted steel. The lap steel is held in a hard shell case.

Condition Report: The lap steel is in good working order and retains all of its original parts, very good condition.

View additional info

Current bid: $150 (1 bid)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
Vintage Mahogany Ukulele w/ Soft Shell Case

Estimate: $50 - $100

Description: UNITED STATES, LATE 20TH CENTURY A vintage Mahogany Ukulele with hard shell case. The ukulele is made of mahogany and features a decorative border around the sound hole. No makers mark is seen on the instrument. The ukulele is held in a soft shell case.

Condition Report: Overall good condition. Play wear to finish.

View additional info

Current bid: $25 (1 bid)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
C.1949 Vintage C.F. Martin A-Style Mandolin

Estimate: $400 - $600

Description: UNITED STATES, CIRCA 1949 A C.F. Martin A-Style mandolin, serial No. 10948. The mandolin features a spruce top with mahogany body, sides, and neck. The fretboard is made of ebony accented with small inlaid position markers. The body exhibits a decorative sound hole border and inlaid pickguard. The mandolin is held in a soft shell case.

Condition Report: Small crack to back throughout with minor wear on top.

View additional info

Current bid: $200 (1 bid)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
Antique C.1930s Gibson L-00 Acoustic Guitar

Estimate: $1,000 - $2,000

Description: UNITED STATES, CIRCA 1930s A vintage Gibson L-00 acoustic guitar. The sunburst finish area size in addition to the nitrocellulose tortoise shell pickguard suggests 1933 as its production year. The rosewood bridge holds the six original bridge pins inlaid with abalone dots. The guitars rosewood fretboard is inlaid with mother of pearl position markers. The guitars top contains a pickguard and decorative sound hole border. The guitar is held in a chipboard case.

Condition Report: Checking and scratches throughout. Back appears to have been replaced professionally at some point, including a bridge and neck reset.

View additional info and full condition report

Starting bid: $500 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
Surf City Classical Acoustic Guitar

Estimate: $100 - $200

Description: CHINA, EARLY 21ST CENTURY A Surf City classical acoustic guitar, Serial No. 0610. The guitar features a bound spruce top with wooden sides and back. The fretboard consists of bound rosewood. The sound hole is surrounded by a decorative Spanish style design border. The guitar is held in a soft shell case.

Condition Report: Very good condition, small dents and scratch on lower part of top and small blemish to back of neck.

View additional info

Starting bid: $50 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
Antoniotsai Two-Necked MOP Inlaid Mandolin

Estimate: $200 - $300

Description: UNITED STATES, EARLY 20TH CENTURY An Antoniotsai two-necked mandolin. The mandolin features two necks of differing scale lengths. The mandolins necks and top exhibit highly decorative abalone and mother of pearl inlays. The mandolin is held in a hard shell case.

Condition Report: Very good condition.

View additional info

Current bid: $100 (1 bid)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
William Lange Paramount Style 1 Tenor Banjo

Estimate: $300 - $500

Description: UNITED STATES, EARLY 20TH CENTURY A Paramount Style 1 tenor banjo by William L. Lange. The banjo features a wooden resonator body with metal rim. The rosewood neck is adorned with small cross form inlaid position markers. The banjo is held in a hard shell case.

Condition Report: Very good overall condition, minor scratches and dents. The banjo appears to retain all of its original parts.

View additional info

Starting bid: $150 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
C.1920s Weymann & Son Keystone Banjolin

Estimate: $200 - $300

Description: UNITED STATES, CIRCA 1920s A Weymann & Son Keystone banjolin. The banjolin features a maple rim and neck with rosewood fretboard. The neck features inlaid mother of pearl position markers and recessed tuning machines on the headstock. The banjolin is held in a soft case.

Condition Report: We believe the fret board was replaced and play wear apparent. Case is heavily damaged and worn.

View additional info

Starting bid: $100 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
Romanian Maple and Spruce Floral Lap Harp

Estimate: $50 - $100

Description: ROMANIA, CIRCA 2000 A handmade Romanian floral lap harp. The harp features maple back and sides with spruce top. The top contains engraved note markings and decorative floral sound hole in center. The harp is held in a custom sized soft shell case.

Condition Report: Mint condition.

View additional info

Starting bid: $25 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
C.1960s Mother of Pearl Inlaid Acoustic Guitar

Estimate: $25 - $50

Description: UNITED STATES, CIRCA 1960s A vintage American acoustic guitar. The guitar features highly decorative abalone and mother of pearl inlays throughout with inlaid border on top, back, and sides.

Condition Report: Severe damage and separation throughout. Refer to photos.

View additional info

Current bid: $75 (4 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
Vintage Yamaha FG-335 Acoustic Guitar

Estimate: $100 - $200

Description: JAPAN, CIRCA 1980s A Yamaha FG-335 acoustic guitar. The guitar features a mahogany back and sides with spruce top and nato neck. The rosewood fretboard exhibits inlaid pearloid position markers. The top contains a faux tortoise shell pickguard and decorative border around the sound hole.

Condition Report: Overall good condition with overall light play wear.

View additional info

Starting bid: $50 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
Vintage Yamaha CG-180SA Classical Guitar

Estimate: $200 - $300

Description: CHINA, CIRCA 1980s A Yamaha CG-180SA classical guitar. The guitar features a rosewood back and sides with spruce top, nato neck, and rosewood fretboard. Decorative binding surrounds the sound hole and edge of the body.

Condition Report: Light play wear, small dents, otherwise good condition.

View additional info

Starting bid: $100 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
C.1980s Yamaha FG-441S Acoustic Guitar

Estimate: $200 - $300

Description: CHINA, CIRCA 1980s A Yamaha FG-441S acoustic guitar. The guitar features ovangkol wood back and sides with spruce top, nato neck, and Indian rosewood fretboard. The guitar exhibits inlaid pearloid position markers and inlaid abalone around the sound hole.

Condition Report: 4" crack to top seam with play wear and small dents to top/

View additional info

Starting bid: $100 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
2000s Fender Squier Mini Black Stratocaster Guitar

Estimate: $50 - $100

Description: CHINA, CIRCA 2000s A Fender Squier Mini Stratocaster. The guitar possesses a smaller size and scale length compared to a full sized Squier. The guitar features a maple neck and rosewood fretboard with black gloss finish.

Condition Report: Good overall condition with normal play wear. All of the guitars electronics function as they should.

View additional info

Starting bid: $25 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
2000s Fender Squier Red Stratocaster Guitar

Estimate: $50 - $100

Description: CHINA, CIRCA 2000 A Squier Stratocaster electric guitar. The guitar features a cherry red gloss finish with maple neck and rosewood fretboard.

Condition Report: Minor play wear. The guitars electronics function as they should.

View additional info

Starting bid: $25 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
2000s Washburn B-16 Figured Flame Maple Banjo

Estimate: $400 - $600

Description: UNITED STATES, CIRCA 2000s A Washburn B-16 banjo. The banjo features a steel rim with figured flame maple resonator and neck. The ebony fretboard and headstock contain decorative mother of pearl inlays and position markers. The body's arm rest is decorated with engraved floral designs. The banjo is held in a soft shell case.

Condition Report: Great overall condition with very minor finish wear to back.

View additional info

Starting bid: $200 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
2000s Yamaha Pacifica 112M Electric Guitar

Estimate: $100 - $200

Description: TAIWAN, CIRCA 2000 A Yamaha Pacifica 112M electric guitar. The guitar is constructed of an ash body with maple neck and fretboard in a natural satin finish. The guitar is held in a Sam Ash Pro soft case.

Condition Report: Overall good condition with pick guard scratches. The guitars electronics function as they should.

View additional info

Current bid: $50 (1 bid)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
1890s August Pollmann Royal A-Style Mandolin Banjo

Estimate: $300 - $500

Description: UNITED STATES, CIRCA 1890s An August Pollmann A-Style mandolin bodied Banjo. The banjo features an all wooden construction with spruce top and rosewood neck. The neck is adorned with inlaid position markers. The banjo is held in a padded soft shell case.

Condition Report: Shows its age through dings and cracks and slight wear throughout. The banjo appears to retain all of its original parts.

View additional info and full condition report

Starting bid: $150 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
1970s Yamaha FG-140 Nippon Gakki Acoustic Guitar

Estimate: $100 - $200

Description: JAPAN, CIRCA 1970s A Yamaha FG-140 Nippon Gakki Red Label acoustic guitar, made in Japan. The guitar is constructed with a spruce top, mahogany back and sides, and nato neck. The guitar is held in a Sam Ash Pro padded soft shell case.

Condition Report: Fair overall condition, scratches, dents and wear throughout. Missing strap button to body.

View additional info

Current bid: $50 (1 bid)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
Antique C.1920s Bruno & Son Tenor Banjo

Estimate: $100 - $200

Description: UNITED STATES, CIRCA 1920s An antique Bruno & Son tenor banjo. The banjo features a steel rim with maple neck and rosewood fretboard. The fretboard and headstock are decorated with inlaid position markers. The banjo is held in a padded soft shell case.

Condition Report: Crack to heavy veneer on headstock, play wear to neck, crack to neck support veneer to back, possible solder repair to ring at neck.

View additional info and full condition report

Starting bid: $50 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
1980s Memphis Gibson Les Paul Copy Guitar

Estimate: $200 - $300

Description: CHINA, CIRCA 1980 A 1980s Memphis electric guitar, copy of a Gibson Les Paul. The guitar features an ash top with sunburst finish and dark brown mahogany body and neck. The rosewood fretboard is inlaid with pearloid block position markers. The guitar is held in a padded soft shell case.

Condition Report: Body of guitar with very minor play wear. Guitar operates in treble or center position only. Rythem not working.

View additional info

Current bid: $100 (1 bid)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
1970s Stella Tenor Burst Finish Acoustic Guitar

Estimate: $100 - $200

Description: UNITED STATES, CIRCA 1970s A Stella tenor acoustic guitar. The guitar features a burst finish on top and back with painted position markers on neck. The guitar is held in a Sam Ash padded soft shell case.

Condition Report: Two cracks to top; one throughout center and the other near neck and under pick guard. Overall play wear.

View additional info

Starting bid: $50 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
2000s Rugg & Jackel D550S Heart Decorated Dulcimer

Estimate: $200 - $300

Description: UNITED STATES, CIRCA 2000s An early 2000s Rugg & Jackel D550S dulcimer. The dulcimer features a spruce top with rosewood back, sides, and fretboard. The top exhibits four sound holes cut into the shape of hearts in each corner. The dulcimer is held in a padded soft shell case.

Condition Report: Very good condition with very minor play wear.

View additional info

Starting bid: $100 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
1990s Sovereign Tenor Banjo w/ Mandala Decoration

Estimate: $100 - $200

Description: CHINA, CIRCA 1990s A 1990s Sovereign tenor banjo. The banjo features a metal and wood construction with stenciled mandala design on the resonator. The neck is inlaid with pearloid block position markers. The banjo is held in a padded soft shell case.

Condition Report: Good overall condition.

View additional info

Starting bid: $50 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
1992 Foss Handmade Flame Maple A-Style Mandolin

Estimate: $200 - $300

Description: UNITED STATES, 1992 An A-Style mandolin handmade by Chris Foss of Prescott, Arizona, numbered 22. The mandolin is constructed from fine tone woods accented by a flame maple headstock. The body features teardrop shaped sound holes and tortoloid pickguard. The mandolin is held in a padded soft shell case.

Condition Report: Back separation from sides. Overall good condition to finish.

View additional info

Starting bid: $100 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
Antique 1924 Gibson Junior MB-JR Banjolin

Estimate: $500 - $800

Description: UNITED STATES, 1924 A Gibson Junior MB-JR Banjolin, made in Kalamazoo, Michigan, serial No. 11889-15. The banjolin features a black painted rim and neck with ebony fretboard. The fretboard is inlaid with mother of pearl position markers. The banjolin retains all of its original parts and is held in a hard shell case.

Condition Report: Overall good condition with minor play wear.

View additional info

Starting bid: $250 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
1920s Bacon Style C Tenor Banjo w/ Original Case

Estimate: $300 - $500

Description: UNITED STATES, CIRCA 1920s A Bacon Banjo Co. C style tenor banjo, serial No. 27767. The banjo features a wooden rim with silver painted interior. The headstock contains Grover tuning machines. The banjo is held in a hard shell case.

Condition Report: Good overall condition, slight wear throughout.

View additional info

Starting bid: $150 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
C.1934 Epiphone Adelphi Masterbilt Mandolin

Estimate: $300 - $500

Description: UNITED STATES, CIRCA 1934 An early 20th century Epiphone Adelphi Masterbilt mandolin, serial No. 5597, made in the USA. The mandolin possesses a spruce top with sunburst finish throughout. The top is cream bound and accented with stylized F-Holes on each side. The mandolins headstock features a painted makers mark and gold accented model name. The fretboard is inlaid with mother of pearl position markers. The mandolin is held in a chipboard case.

Condition Report: Minor wear and checking on finish. Small cracks to both e/ Holes. Light separation from neck to body. Pick guard missing. Minor play wear.

View additional info and full condition report

Current bid: $400 (3 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
2000s Salao Musical de Lisboa Ukulele

Estimate: $50 - $100

Description: PORTUGAL, CIRCA 2000s A Salao Musical de Lisboa ukulele made in Portugal. The ukulele features a spruce top with decorative wood inlays surrounding the top and sound hole. The ukulele is held in a padded soft shell case.

Condition Report: Overall good condition

View additional info

Starting bid: $25 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
1970s Conrad Ukulele w/ Vintage Ditson Soft Case

Estimate: $50 - $100

Description: JAPAN, CIRCA 1970s A Conrad ukulele made in Japan. The ukulele features a wooden body and rosewood fretboard. The ukulele is held in a vintage Ditson green felt soft shell case.

Condition Report: Fair overall condition, small screw drilled into bridge, crack to back with backboard seperation from sides.

View additional info

Starting bid: $25 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
C.1925 Bruno & Son Floral Decorated Banjolin

Estimate: $75 - $125

Description: UNITED STATES, CIRCA 1925 An antique Bruno & Son banjolin. The banjolin features a metal rim with wooden neck and fretboard. The fretboard is inlaid with a floral and tendril design. The reverse is inscribed "Daddy to (?) Jan. 17th 1925". The banjolin is held in a chipboard canvas case.

Condition Report: Crack to lower fretboard, crack to back neck support. Overall play wear.

View additional info

Current bid: $25 (1 bid)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
1920s Antique Dewick Bandonian Tortoloid Banjolin

Estimate: $100 - $200

Description: UNITED STATES, CIRCA 1920s A Dewick "Bandonian" banjolin. Contrary to a drum head the banjolin features a spruce top with inlaid tortoloid pickguard. The edge of the resonator is bound with an inlaid colored wood pattern. The banjolin is held in a chipboard case.

Condition Report: Crack with repair to back. Loss of banded inlay. Minor neck seperation.

View additional info

Starting bid: $50 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
Vintage American 10-String MOP A-Style Mandolin

Estimate: $75 - $125

Description: UNITED STATES, CIRCA 1950s A vintage American ten string mandolin. The mandolin features a spruce top with mahogany back, sides, and neck. The rosewood fretboard is inlaid with mother of pearl position markers. The mandolin is held in an A-Style chipboard case.

Condition Report: Overall fair condition. Several repaired cracks throughout, minor checking on finish.

View additional info

Current bid: $100 (3 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
C.1940s Pasquale Bowl Back Mandolin MOP Inlay

Estimate: $50 - $100

Description: UNITED STATES, CIRCA 1940s A vintage Pasquale bowl back mandolin. The mandolin is decorated with intricate mother of pearl inlay throughout. The mandolin is held in a lined hard case.

Condition Report: Overall poor condition, missing fretboard inlays, repairs to fretboard, binding separating from body. Refer to photos.

View additional info

Starting bid: $25 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
1930s Broadkaster Decorative Floral Tenor Banjo

Estimate: $200 - $300

Description: UNITED STATES, CIRCA 1930 A Broadkaster floral decorated tenor banjo. The banjo features a metal rim and highly decorative resonator with pearloid and painted floral inlays. The banjo is held in a hard shell case.

Condition Report: Missing inlays on fretboard, cracks to celluloid back, lifting to decoration on back.

View additional info

Starting bid: $100 (0 bids)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
1970s Harmony Mahogany & Pearloid Acoustic Guitar

Estimate: $100 - $200

Description: UNITED STATES, CIRCA 1970s A Harmony acoustic guitar made in the USA. The guitar features a mahogany top, back, sides, and neck. The rosewood fretboard is inlaid with pearloid position markers. The guitar is held in a brown leather soft shell case.

Condition Report: Slight warping on top around sound hole, minor denting from play.

View additional info

Current bid: $50 (1 bid)

Leave Bid
  Register to bid
Sign in to continue
Email
Please enter your email.
Password
Please enter your password.
Forgot Your Password?
Enter Your Email
Please enter a valid email.
No user is registered with that email address.
Request Sent
Check to find your temporary password and password reset instructions.
Use your new password to Sign In.
 
Per page:
1
2
3
4
5
6