1938 D'Angelico New Yorker #1349

Very Good
$39,999
+$100Shipping
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Austin Guitar House
Austin, TX, United States
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About This Listing

  • This is a vintage guitar in very good condition.
  • This is a consignment item.
  • Includes original hardshell case.
  • For more pictures, please visit AustinGuitarHouse.com

$39,999 plus $100.00 shipping (Consignment)

  • Brand: D'Angelico
  • Model: New Yorker
  • Condition: Very Good
  • Serial Number: 1349
  • Top Wood: Hand-Carved Spruce
  • Body Wood: Figured Curly Maple
  • Neck Wood: Flame Maple
  • Neck Profile: 0.940" depth at 1st fret, 1.010" depth at 9th fret
  • Fingerboard: African Ebony
  • Scale Length: 25.75"
  • Frets: 19
  • Nut: 1.1689" width
  • Inlays: Original Block Mother of Pearl
  • Tuners: Original Grover Imperial Gold Plated
  • Bridge/Tailpiece: Original Ebony, Original D'angelico Non-Step Trapeze Gold Plated
  • Pickguard: Non-Original but still a later model D'Angelico Guard.
  • Pickups: None
  • Finish: All original, no refinishing
  • Case: Original Hard Shell Case
  • Weight: 6 lbs 12 oz
  • Observations: This guitar is a consignment item in very good condition. There are a couple small cracks on the top that have been professionally repaired. It is all original except a replaced pickguard that is still a original D'Angelico, just a later year. Has recently been setup and inspected by professional luthier Chris Forshage.

This guitar is an exquisite example of the renowned luthier John D’Angelico. D”Angelico’s Instruments represent the pinnacle of the art form for many, and are highly sought after by both collectors and enthusiast alike. This particular New Yorker (#1349) was the 22nd New Yorker built and was completed on June 23rd, 1938 for player Miller Stephens. Due to the quality of D’Angelico instruments and their relative scarcity, as he only built a total of 1164 instruments, these guitars are becoming more and more valuable as the years go on.

This guitar also includes a written letter of appraisal from Rudy’s Music date Sept 1st 2014. Valuing this guitar at what we are listing it for today.


This item is sold As-Described

This item is sold As-Described and cannot be returned unless it arrives in a condition different from how it was described or photographed. Items must be returned in original, as-shipped condition with all original packaging.

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Listed2 months ago
ConditionVery Good (Used)
Very Good items may show a few slight marks or scratches but are fully functional and in overall great shape.learn more
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