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  1. Gibson (used, 1935) Style F-10 mandolin

    Gibson (used, 1935) Style F-10 mandolin

    Tag No 32-3853 Used
    #92019, n good to very good condition with original black form fitting "red line" hard shell case.
    Our Discount Price is $13,397.00 and Our Cash Discount Price is $12,995.00.
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  2. Collings (used, 2009) Model MF5V (varnish finish) Florentine, f-hole man

    Collings (used, 2009) Model MF5V (varnish finish) Florentine, f-hole man

    Tag No 32-3857 Used
    #941, in excellent condition with original form fitting black exterior hard shell case.

    The original intact warranty is preserved inside the case, but of course this is a used instrument and you would not want to register it as new.  It’s just nice to know it’s there (it gives one a sense of completeness).

    Our Discount Price is $8,243.00 and Our Cash Discount Price is $7,995.00.
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  3. Gibson (used, 1916) H-1 Mandola

    Gibson (used, 1916) H-1 Mandola

    Tag No 32-3851 Used
    #27376, in very good plus condition with original hard shell case.

    This oval hole, alto voice of the mandolin family has the teardrop-shaped body, natural spruce top that has turned orange color from time and exposure to light, having birch back and sides, mahogany back of neck, ebony fingerboard, headplate and bridge bottom.  It retains its original tuners with their grained ivoroid oval buttons, plastic (celluloid) elevated pickguard (stamped “Pat. Mar. 30, ‘09”) with the small metal dowel that holds it into the bridge base, which is also stamped “Pat. Jan 18, ‘21”).

    Our Discount Price is $2,577.00 and Our Cash Discount Price is $2,500.00.
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  4. Lyon & Healy (used, 1919) Style A Professional mandolin

    Lyon & Healy (used, 1919) Style A Professional mandolin

    Tag No 32-3847 Used
    #759, in excellent condition with original black exterior hard shell case.

    This extremely fine sounding and beautiful mandolin is remarkably clean for its age.   It has all of its original parts and components including the violin scroll headstock, the black fingerboard, probably ebony, inlaid with 7 mother of pearl dotmarker in 6 positions, having the one-piece ebony bridge with intonated saddles, the black elevated pickguard, the elaborately etched “Lyon & Healy, Chicago” slide-down tailpiece cover the extensive floral and harp engraving including a telephone facing right and one facing left.

    Our Discount Price is $4,119.00 and Our Cash Discount Price is $3,995.00.
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  5. Gibson (used, 1921) H-4 Mandola

    Gibson (used, 1921) H-4 Mandola

    Tag No 32-3839 Used
    #65254, cherry sunburst finish, with original form fitting hard shell case.

    There are few fretted instruments as regal and authoritative as the Gibson H-4 mandola.   A larger version of the always-amazing F-4 mandolin, the mandola is tuned one fifth lower, to CGDA (low to high).  The sound, as a result of the tuning, the larger size and the longer scale length is strong and demonstrative, full of power, presence and the particular sense of optimism and panache that followed the end of World War I and introduced the Roaring Twenties.

    Our Discount Price is $8,763.00 and Our Cash Discount Price is $8,500.00.
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  6. Gibson (used, 1917) Style A- teardrop shaped, oval hole mandolin

    Gibson (used, 1917) Style A- teardrop shaped, oval hole mandolin

    Tag No 32-3813 Used
    #34510, natural top (now a lovely burnished orange), factory order no. 3417 on the neck block, in very good condition with original hard shell case

    This is a remarkably clean, superb sounding  and original condition Gibson A-style mandolin.  It retains all of its original components including tuners, elevated pickguard, pickguard clamp, bridge, tailpiece and tailpiece cover.  The condition of the finish is exemplary – nicer in fact than most we typically get to see.

    Our Discount Price is $1,747.00 and Our Cash Discount Price is $1,695.00.
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  7. Weber (used, 2006) Yellowstone F5 Mandolin This item is NOW ON SALE!

    Weber (used, 2006) Yellowstone F5 Mandolin Now on Sale!

    Tag No 32-3712 Used
    #6264103, cherry sunburst finish, form fitting original hard shell case.

    This is a standard, middle of the line Weber (they were building in Logan, Montana at that time) F-style mandolin, having the conventional Florentine body shape with the two large points on the treble side and single large “ram’s horn” scroll on the upper bass bout of the face, with two smaller scrolls and a large center point on the headstock.

    WAS Our Discount Price is $2,985.00 and Our Cash Discount Price is $2,895.00. BUT NOW ON SALE FOR: 

    Our SALE Discount Price is $2,675.00 and Our SALE Cash Discount Price is $2,595.00.
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  8. Epiphone (used, 1919) Stathopoulo Mandolin Banjo

    Epiphone (used, 1919) Stathopoulo Mandolin Banjo

    Tag No 32-3606 Used
    #23245, with a long, elephant-like snout as its headstock, having the number 23245 etched by a prior owner on the heel cap, with original hard shell case.

    Mr. A. Stathopoulo of New York built this banjo-mandolin with a European style headstock – with open architecture – one long slot across which 8 side mounted tuners cross a gulf, four on each side, each with an ivoroid round button.   The very top of the headstock is bent forward at the top, perhaps this was an architectural element in Greece, from whence Mr. Stathopoulo emigrated.  Getting back to our story, Anastasios Stathopoulo’s son later renamed the company “Epiphone.”

    Our Discount Price is $819.00 and Our Cash Discount Price is $795.00.
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  9. Gibson (used, 1977) F-5 Master Model Mandolin

    Gibson (used, 1977) F-5 Master Model Mandolin

    Tag No 32-3581 Used
    #968485, sunburst, overall in very good plus condition, with original rounded corner rectangular hard shell case.

    This piece is presently in our repair shop having a refret performed.  Consequently this mandolin will not be available for shipping until at least April 2104.     If you are interested in purchasing, please contact us by telephone.   718 981-8585.  Thank.

    This has been  $3912 at our Discount Price, or $3795 at our Cash Discount Price.   However . . .

    This F-5 is presently on hold for a gentleman from Brooklyn, NY

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  10. Lyon & Healy (used early 20s) Style A Professional mandolin

    Lyon & Healy (used early 20s) Style A Professional mandolin

    Tag No 32-3582 Used
    #1559, in very good plus condition with the original hard shell case.

    There are few mandolins made in the 20th century that are as ingenious or aristocratic as the prewar Lyon & Healy/Washburn Style “A Professional” mandolin.  This is the version having the asymmetrical points and, unlike many we have seen lately, it retains its complete (mysterious) extension device -- including the polished black cap -- on the treble side.  Now we can pick up those radio signals from the Mars Rover.

    $4,382 or, at our cash discount price, $4,250.

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  11. Gibson (used, 1922) F4 Mandolin

    Gibson (used, 1922) F4 Mandolin

    Tag No 32-3541 Used
    #72272, FON 11757, cherry sunburst, in very good plus condition with original hard shell case.

    Having been produced in 1922 – the first year for the new Lloyd Loar-influenced F-5 mandolin -- this was made during an elegant time. Its top and back are bound in grained ivoroid; the two-piece underside and sides are comprised of highly figured curly maple and the neck is mahogany with a black center stripe coming down from the ebony underlain headplate.   It is (we can hear it) calling your name.   A remarkably clean and original condition example that is extremely beautiful.  It sounds rich, full and decadent like a double chocolate Savoy truffle covered in melted vanilla ice cream. Ummm – ummm!

    Our Discount Price is $6,700.00 and Our Cash Discount Price is $6,500.00.
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  12. Gibson (used, 1918) Style A- Mandolin

    Gibson (used, 1918) Style A- Mandolin

    Tag No 32-3534 Used
    #11146, in very good condition once our repair shop has "had its way" with it, with original hard shell case

    This is the standard Gibson Style A- model having a black headplate with no logo, but it does say "The Gibson" etched into the tailpiece cover with a floral pattern.  The oval soundhole is bound in grained ivoroid and surrounding the soundhole is a single ring of "rope" wooden marquetry; the top is bound in grained ivoroid and the back is unbound.

    Our Discount Price is $1,438.00 and Our Cash Discount Price is $1,395.00.
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  13. Vega (used, 1919) Style K Mandolin-Banjo

    Vega (used, 1919) Style K Mandolin-Banjo

    Tag No 32-3535 Used
    #34781, in excellent condition with original hard shell case.

    This is a very fine and well-maintained example – complete with original case.   The Style K was Vega Banjo Company’s simplest model – having no tone ring and no “rolled bead” in between the skin and the walls of the rim on the inside of the instrument.  It does, however, have a rosewood headplate, unadorned by decoration, an unbound black fingerboard which could be ebony or stained pearwood, a possibly stained maple rim and mahogany neck.

    Our Discount Price is $819.00 and Our Cash Discount Price is $795.00.
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  14. Gibson (used, 1920) F-2 Mandolin

    Gibson (used, 1920) F-2 Mandolin

    Tag No 32-3513 Used
    #61201, in very good condition, sunburst, with original hard shell case.

    The Gibson F-2 was one-under-the-top-of-the-Mandolin-line until 1922 when Gibson superseded the one above it, the F-4 with the F-5.  As a result, by 1922 it was the third from the top of the line.  This is a beautiful thing, having the large Florentine body scroll on the bass side and two points on the treble side, crème top binding, with a matching point and two scrolls on the headstock.  This is a very nice mandolin, handsome and full of color, punch, presence and sonic fortitude.   

    Our Discount Price is $4,118.00 and Our Cash Discount Price is $3,995.00.
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  15. The Loar (new) LM520VS F-Style Mandolin

    The Loar (new) LM520VS F-Style Mandolin

    Tag No 32-3763 New
    #A13111033, with "ultra-lite" style semi-rectangular semi-hard shell case.

    The new 520 is carefully assembled in the same hand-carved workshop that gave birth to the LM-400 and 700, and have similar hand-carved, fully graduated spruce tops.  The solid maple back of each instrument is also hand carved, and the solid maple sides complete the package.  The maple neck has a comfortable rounded “V” profile finished with a rosewood fretboard.  The compensated adjustable ebony bridge and high quality vintage-style Grover tuning machines insure that these mandolins have great intonation and stay in tune no matter how hard they are played.

    Our Discount Price is $610.00 and Our Cash Discount Price is $592.00.
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  16. Weber (new) Gallatin A Mandocello

    Weber (new) Gallatin A Mandocello

    Tag No 32-3453 New
    #1326609, in light "faded leather" finish with hard shell case.

    Stunning natural looks highlight the Gallatin, named after the river that ran right outside the Weber Company’s door back when they were near Bozeman. Beloved by musicians of all varieties for its punch, clarity and playability, the Gallatin is an innovative instrument with traditional integrity.

    The Weber List Price is $2799.

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  17. D'Angelico (used, 1937 circa) Fancy Two-Asymmetrical-Point "Scroll" mandolin

    D'Angelico (used, 1937 circa) Fancy Two-Asymmetrical-Point "Scroll" mandolin

    Tag No 32-3263 Used
    #102MB, emulating the style of a Lyon & Healy Style “A” Professional, in very good plus condition with a worn but original hard shell case.

    Over the 41 years we’ve been in business we have seen and sold many one-of-a-kind John D’Angelico instruments.  That’s because he built in New York City, on the Lower East Side and because most of the people who bought from him lived in NYC, and because also, we, ourselves, are located in New York City we have gotten to see an extremely large number of D’Angelico instruments over the decades.   This is a very beautiful mandolin . . .     

    NOW ON SALE!   THIS WAS $11,856, BUT CAN NOW BE OBTAINED FOR a thousand dollars less:

    Our SALE Discount Price is $10,825.00 and Our SALE Cash Discount Price is $10,500.00.
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  18. Gretsch ® (new) G9320 New York Deluxe Mandolin

    Gretsch ® (new) G9320 New York Deluxe Mandolin

    Tag No 32-3751 New
    #CDM1307738, with Gretsch Gig Bag included!

    Announcing the return of the Gretsch New Yorker Mandolin! Styled after the 1950s classic, these modern-day versions offer full-bodied tone, smooth playing performance and eye-stopping beauty you’d expect from none other than GRETSCH! The G9320 New Yorker Deluxe features solid spruce top; mahogany sides, back, and neck; rosewood fingerboard with pearl dot inlays, rosewood “electric” bridge; Grover® machine heads; vintage “clam-shell” tailpiece; nickel hardware; 13 7/8” scale; 1 1/16” nut; antique semi-gloss 3-tone sunburst finish.  The Gretsch List price $428 (with gig bag)

    Our Discount Price with gig bag is $272.00 and Our Cash Discount Price with gig bag is $264.00.
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  19. Kentucky (new) KM1050

    Kentucky (new) KM1050

    Tag No 32-3515 New
    #13080034, with hard shell case.

    Kentucky has really outdone itself on this one:  Solid, handcarved and graduated select Adirondack spruce top, solid flat-sawn, handcarved, select highly flamed maple back and sides from northern Michigan, one piece maple neck with dovetail neck/body joint at 15th fret, bound ebony extension fingerboard with M.O.P. dot position markers, ivoroid binding on all edges, vintage-style ebony bridge, with small adjustment wheels, traditional 2-screw truss rod cover plate, mother-of-pearl nut, peghead inlaid with Kentucky® script and unique flowerpot inlaid in pearl.

    Our Discount Price is $1,805.00 and Our Cash Discount Price is $1,750.00.
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  20. Gibson (used, 1949) F-12 Mandolin

    Gibson (used, 1949) F-12 Mandolin

    Tag No 32-3013 Used
    #A2802, sunburst top and back, brown sides and back of neck; in excellent condition with original form fitting hard shell case.

    The Gibson Style F-12 harkens back to 1931 when Gibson decided, 9 years after they debut of the famous and fancy F-5, that a less expensive alternative was needed.   Early F-12s were somewhat fancy, having an ivoroid bound headstock and peninsula-extended fingerboard and the fingerboard was raised over the body as is an F-5.  On the headstock at that time was a vase and curlicue inlay pattern and the tuner buttons were actually mother of pearl. . . .  (click "More Info" for more of the story)

    Our Discount Price is $4,118.00 and Our Cash Discount Price is $3,995.00.
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