ONE of a Kind 6 string parlor May Bell?
1923? Slingerland 6 string Parlor guitar.
VG shape both playing and cosmetically.
Great Tone and playability.
no serial numbers or markings other than Slingerland Mfg. Co Chicago USA inside.
the slingerland co changed its name in mid 20's.
ONE OF A KIND Diamond fret markers.
7-3/4 8" wide
3-5-7-9? -12+15 mop diamonds markers and binding.
solid slim head reg tuners nylon pegs
6 string parlor guitar
Heanon H. Slingerland applied for trademark of the May Bell name January 18, 1924, claiming to have first used the mark June 29, 1923. At the time he was doing business under the name "Slingerland Maunfacturing Co.", at 1815 Orchard St. Stated goods to be used with the mark were tenor banjos, banjo mandolins, banjos, banjo ukuleles, wood ukuleles, mandolins, and guitars. I have not yet verified this information, however. At some point between that 1924 date and 1928, the company name was changed to "The Slingerland Banjo Company."
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