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Parlor Guitar c1850 John Ashborne

Sold ! This guitar is no longer for sale (sold on 2009-02-10)
Price : US $1,000.



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 JOHN ASHBORN PARLOR GUITAR c1850
 MODEL NUMBER 2  SERIAL # 2879
IF YOU'RE A COLLECTOR OR KNOW A LITTLE BIT ABOUT PARLOR GUITARS YOU'LL KNOW WHAT A RARE FIND THIS PARTICULAR ONE IS.
BRAZILIAN ROSEWOOD BACK AND SIDES (VENEERED AS ALL ASHBOURN GUITARS WERE), SPRUCE TOP.  NECK IS ARROW STRAIGHT AND VERY PLAYABLE.
FOR A SMALL GUITAR, THE LOW END MUST BE HEARD TO BE APPRECIATED.
STAMPED WILLIAM HALL & SON'S ON THE INSIDE, IT REPRESENTS THE STORE THAT SOLD THESE INSTRUMENTS.
THERE ARE REPAIRED CRACKS ON THE TOP AND BACK, ALL DONE BY L. AIELLO AT MANDOLIN BROS. S.I.N.Y.
COSMETICALLY THE GUITAR IS IN WONDERFUL CONDITION.
BELOW PLEASE FIND A MORE IN DEPTH EXPLANATION OF THIS INSTRUMENTS HISTORY...










James Ashborn was born in England circa 1816 and came to New England in
the late 1830s, for reasons unknown.
He landed in the a small
woodworking town of Torrington, 30 miles northwest of Harvard,
Connecticut.
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Sold ! This guitar is sold (sold on 2009-02-10)



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