S. S. Stewart Banjeaurine

  • Excellent Condition
  • Year: 1890
  • Includes Soft Shell Case
  • Serial #: 5634


The banjeaurine's invention can be attributed to S.S. Stewart, who developed a unique style of banjo that usually featured a shorter neck and fingerboard extension. This particular example features a 12.5" German silver rim, with faux rosewood interior, and features Stewart's patented heavy metal arm in front of the dowel stick. The neck has 19 frets, with a small extension over the banjo's rim. Scale length is 19-1/4". The banjo has retained its original hardware, apart from a reproduction "No Knot" tailpiece, and fifth string tuner. There is some wear to the neck, and tarnishing on the metal rim. Includes a new deering gig bag


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