Richter The Plainsman 1938-41 Brown with stencil

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The Plainsman made by Richter in Chicago, IL. was in production from 1938-42.
The tuners are stamped with Kluson Mfg. Co. Chicago, I’ll.
Sold through Montgomery Ward.

The Plainsman model was named the 1936 film starring Gary Cooper and Jean Arthur. The stencil on the guitar is of Wild Bill Hickok from the film.

Unique original case included, where tail end of case opens up.

Neck: v-shaped
Body: Birch
Neck: Poplar
Frets: 12 to the body
Dot Markers
Measure about 37" length

- looks like someone wrote the fret numbers on the fret board with pencil.
- please see photos of tuning pegs.

- item will be shipped via UPS, with signature required.

Please view photos for details. Any questions or concerns, please contact me.

Product Specs

Good (Used)
Richter for Montgomery Wards
The Plainsman cowboy guitar
Brown with Stencil

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Light City Audio & Gear
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Chicago, IL, United States

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Light City Audio & Gear

Chicago, IL, United States
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