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1930’s-1950’s No Name Parlor Guitar Regal Recording King Gibson Kay Harmony Washburn Lyon Healy Silvertone

Not sure of maker or when this guitar was made. There are no marks inside thst I’ve seen. Very unique headstock with beautifully preserved black button, 3 on a strip, Waverly tuners. Guitar has gold painted side binding which is a feature I haven’t seen on any other parlor guitar I’ve owned; normally you’ll see white, cream, black or sometimes brown but this gold is a nice touch. Perhaps a “Del Oro“ (of gold) brand guitar?

Looks like tailpiece may been changed at some point or perhaps another style was used as there are screw holes in bottom edge indicating another tailpiece or something was installed. The bridge may not be original but the there is a “tan line” showing that a larger base was used at some point. Guitar has wear commensurate of age and use. There are dinga, dents, scratches evident of a vintage guitar. There is a small crack on top of body by tailpiece. Guitar could probably use a neck reset for best playability. Missing dot fret marker.

See pics for more details. No case or gig bag but guitar will be packed safely and shipped quickly


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Listed7 months ago
ConditionFair (Used)
Fair condition gear should function but will show noticeable cosmetic damage or other issues.learn more
  • Parlor Guitar
  • Tobaccoburst
  • 1940’s-1950’s
Made In
  • United States
Body Shape
  • Parlor

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