GIBSON A-50 (c.1950)
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SOLD GIBSON A-50 (c.1950)
VG-EC, A-style, sunburst finish, spruce top with f-holes, arched sunburst 2-piece maple back, dark

stained maple sides, 20 fret Brazilian rosewood fingerboard
with pearl dot inlays, mahogany neck joins body at 11th fret, adjustable rosewood bridge, b-w-b-w-b

beveled edge pickguard, clamshell tailpiece, black
peghead with gold decal "Gibson" logo, white-bound body and fretboard, 14" scale, 10-1/2" body width,

~1-7/8" body depth, 1-3/16" nut width, replacement
open-gear tuners installed, with black OHSC (green felt lining) (SN:3472 12)
This is a lovely example of a much respected model A style with f sound holes. It has a lovely easy

action and is a dream to play. Value circa £995Now sold

GIBSON F-5G (2004)
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Sold GIBSON F-5G (2004)
EC+, sunburst finished carved spruce top with tone bar bracing, dark stained figured maple neck, back,

and rims, 29-fret ebony fingerboard with pearl dot
inlays and treble extension, 1-1/32" nut width, 14" scale, adjustable ebony bridge, nickel hardware,

"Gibson" engraved tailpiece, ivoroid-b-w-bound top,
ebony headstock oerlay with pearl "The Gibson" and flowerpot inlays,, with arched-lid HSC (SN:40803010)
A truly magnificent instrument at £2795

GIBSON F-4 (1936)
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Keeper GIBSON F-4 (1936) - VGC+ except for repaired heel crack, brown sunburst finish, carved spruce top

with oval soundhole,
dark stained maple sides and carved back, 2-point body, dark stained mahogany neck, 20-fret rosewood

fretboard with pearl dot inlays, truss rod, adjustable
ebony bridge reads "PAT'D.JAN.18-21", white-bound body and fretboard, checkerboard-white-checkerboard

soundhole rosette, tortoise plastic pickguard, engraved
"The Gibson" tailpiece, thin pearl script "Gibson" logo and large diamond headstock inlay, replacement

tuners, 9-7/8" body width, 1-11/16" body depth,
14" scale, 1-3/16" nut width, with shaped HSC (red lining),

Magnificent instrument, Value £2995

Gibson Model A Black Top 1915
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Gibson Model A Black Top 1915. The Black Top seems to be a sought after and fairly rare model. This one is in excellent condition with an enviable light action. Finally for sale £2350

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GIBSON H-1 MANDOLA (1924) - VGC+, black arched spruce top with

oval soundhole, dark brown back and side finish,
mahogany neck joins body at the 10th fret (NO truss rod), 19 fret ebony fretboard with extension, pearl

dot inlays, adjustable ebony bridge stamped "PAT'D
JAN.18-21", black paddle headstock with script silkscreened "The Gibson" logo straight across,

4-on-a-plate open-gear "arrow head" tuners with brownish
caramel ivoroid buttons, ivoroid-bound top, back, fretboard and soundhole edge, "The Gibson" engraved

tailpiece cover, 2 inlaid wood rings around soundhole,
11-1/8" body width, ~2-1/8" body depth, ~15-7/8" scale, 1-3/16" nut width, pickguard missing, "W"

scraped into back of headstock, nice sounding Loar Era
instrument, with OHSC (green lining)
Another one of my favourites Value. £2550

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EC, maple neck with shaded heel, dark stained maple rim and ivoroid-bound trapdoor resonator with

ivoroid-bound oval soundhole, 18-fret ebony fingerboard,
pearl dot inlays, 1-3/16" nut width, 14" scale, 24 brackets, 10-1/2" head, black peghead face without

ornamentation, 4-on-a-plate tuners with white plastic
buttons, newer bone nut,, with OHSC (SN:11625-11)
Nice example of an early Banjolin at £595