Unmarked Eagles and Shields Fretless

  • Very Good Condition
  • Year: circa 1870s
  • No Case


Unusual unmarked banjo from one of the first eras of banjo mass production. Clad rim measuring 11" in diameter with lots of fantastic hardware, alternating shield and eagle shoes with round dowel stick, and reproduction rosewood tailpiece. The flush fret mahogany neck has an elegantly carved neck, with pointed peghead shape, and is equipped with friction tuners. A very nice sounding banjo, with a lot of "pop & circumstance".


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