Martin & Co. 127654 O-18

by B.J. Allen
(High desert,CA.,U.S.A.)

My mother traded her Cello for this 1954 guitar in 1954 so that we would have it to play at home.
It is in good to excellent condition. Has not been played for many yrs. Has case of cardboard, no cracks,beautiful color. It has all the characteristics described on this site for this year.
We would like to sell it for 3,700.00
Reach us at Can send pictures.

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May 10, 2011
How Much?
by: Anonymous

How much is this guitar selling for!! Lynne, do you think it's worth buying?


Here is the General info on the guitar:

- concert body style, solid spruce top, Brazilian rosewood (1898-1917) or mahogany (1918-1993) back and sides, round soundhole with various rosette configurations (colored-wood rope pattern between 1898 and 1902, white lines grouped 1/9/1 between 1902 and the mid-1930s, white inlaid lines grouped 1/9/1 between the mid-1930s and 1988, and 5/9/5 grouping between 1988 and 1993), five-ply top binding with rosewood (1898-1932), black (1932-1936, 1966-1993) or tortoise (1936-1966) outer layer, cedar (1898-1916) or mahogany (1916-1993) neck, 12/19-fret (1898-1934) or 14/20-fret (1934-1993) ebony fingerboard with no inlays (1898-1902) or pearl dot inlays (1902-1993), slotted (1898-1934) or solid (1934-1993) headstock, three-per-side open-style brass tuners with ivory buttons (1898-1934) or regular tuners (1934-1993), pyramid ebony bridge with black pearl dot pins, available in Natural finish, available as a Special Order, mfg. 1898-1993.

The pricing info:

Excellent $2,750 - 3,250
Average $1,800 - 2,200


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