Check out the interesting items we have been adding to our "Flea Market" section.

  • Gibson ES335TDC (19893)
    A legend among guitarists and collectors, this is a beautiful cherry finish ES335 coming from the family of the original owner. Everything is original, except for the sixth string tuner, which is period correct, and a replaced nut. This guitar is all original with its unopened patent number pickups. One is missing its sticker which is not unusual. Original stop-bar tailpiece. The electronics are also original. Cosmetically it is in great condition for its age with light checking throughout and...
    1964
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  • Marxophone (19854)
    First patented in 1912, the Marxophone is perhaps the hallmark achievement of Henry Marx who sought major improvements and advancements in the zither field during the first part of the 20th century. This example is dates from the Oscar Schmidt era, which is evident from the stamp in the soundhole. The Marxophone consists of four sets of chords, C major, G major, F major, and D7, which are strummed or picked with the left hand, accompanying the hammered melodic side. Wooden "keys" are depressed,...
    $299.00
    Circa 1930
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  • Merchant's Gargling Oil Songster (19620)
    A good copy of the increasingly rare Merchant's Gargling Oil Songster (32-page) booklet. It is in great shape for the age and use. Each page contain song lyrics and testimonials/uses for Merchant's Gargling Oil, a remedy developed in 1833 in Lockport, NY and manufactured until the early 1930s.
    $25.00
    1885
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  • Silvertone 57-1371 (19303)
    This is a Kay made Silvertone in excellent condition. All original including tuners, pickguard, bridge and red plush soft case. This was the top of the line Silvertone hollowbody in 1957 and was sold for $135 with the case. Great sounding speed bump pickups with volume and tone control for each and a three way switch. Big neck with 1-11/16" nut width and 25-5/8" scale. Real pearl inlays in the rosewood fingerboard. TAX RETURN SPECIAL $1099!!
    $1099.00
    1957
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  • Tintype Couple with Banjo and Violin (16916)
    Tintype of a man and woman seated in front of painted backdrop with a violin and banjo. 3 3/8" x 2 3/8"
    $125.00
    None
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  • Oasis Guitar Humidifier (X16010)
    Oasis Humidifiers work by allowing water to evaporate through the fabric. Unless the refill cap is opened, outside air cannot get in to replace the evaporated water. The vacuum created by this process causes the fabric to shrink inward. This is an advantage, since, unlike other guitar humidifiers, you can easily see when Oasis is ready for refill!
    $19.95
    None
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  • Tintype (0914184)
    good original tintype mounted in an earlier, attractive case; 2.5 X 3". Depicts a banjo player with a fretted banjo. Some scratches in the emulsion.
    $125.00
    Circa 1870
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  • Guitars: The Tsumura Collection (P10201)
    by Akira Tsumura. The limited edition, all color book with the green slipcover that has some of the finest guitars in the world between its covers. The book includes chapters on DAngelico, DAquisto, Gibson, Epiphone, Gretsch, Stromberg and a multitude of other makers such as Martin, Guild, Koontz and Fender. There are also sections on lap steels, ukuleles, and separate serial number listing on DAngelico and DAquisto production totals. A rare and beautiful book that is a must for every guitar...
    $125.00
    None
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  • Banjos: The Tsumura Collection (P14305)
    The RED BOOK by Akira Tsumura. We have uncovered a few, new unsold copies of the very first banjo book by Akira Tsumura entitled Banjos: The Tsumura Collection. This 1984, limited edition, all color book with the red slipcover has some of the finest banjos in the world pictured between its covers. This special edition was intended to be given as gifts for important customers and friends. It comes in its own hard box and has a supplement written in Japanese. The book includes sections on Jazz...
    $195.00
    Circa 1984
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