Unmarked Early Flush Fret

  • Very Good Condition
  • Year: circa 1870s
  • Includes Soft Shell Case


A lovely and very playable early flush-fret banjo, made approximately in the 1870s; a most manageable minstrel banjo, with comfortable dimensions. The rim is solid oak with an 11" diameter with a beautiful patina; 14 raw brass shield brackets, and tension hoop; period style ebony tailpiece. The mahogany neck is very easy to play, with a 26" scale length; rosewood flush frets; some nicks and dings present on neck; equipped with Champion friction tuners.


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