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Carnival Banjo Ukulele 1950s - A red stained mahogany neck/ring/back plate with some wear/cracks.  On the headstock, there a stamp that says "British Made, G.H.&S. Trade Mark".  GC, NC $149.


Gibson ETU Electric Ukulele circa 1950s  - Well, here's something totally different.  Gibson ukuleles are rare birds indeed, but an electric one is something else.  This one has all solid mahogany body/neck construction, rosewood fingerboard, a P90 style pickup, with a volume/tone control plate.  It has been refinished and had several cracks repaired.  VGC, NC  $2995.

 

Harmony Roy Smeck Ukulele 1950s - It's a small mahogany soprano uke with a bolt-on plastic finger board.  VGC, NC $75.

Kamaka HF-1 Standard Ukulele 1970s - All Hawaiian Koa wood body and neck with Schaller friction tuners.  VGC, SC $595.

Kamaka HF-1 Standard Ukulele 1970s - All Hawaiian Koa wood construction with Schaller friction tuning machines.  EC, SC $595.

Kamaka HP-1 Pineapple Ukulele 1960s - This refinished uke features all Koa wood construction and Schaller tuners. VGC, NC $595.

Kamaka HF-4 Baritone Ukulele 1990s - Don't get too many used baritone Kamakas for sale.  So here's your chance to grab this one.  EC, HSC $995.

Martin Style 1 Soprano Ukulele 1950s
  - All mahogany construction with tortoise-style bindings.  EC, SC $995.

Martin Style 2 Soprano Ukulele 1950s - This uke features all mahogany construction and ivoroid bindings on the body.  VGC, HSC $1195.

Martin Style 2K Soprano Ukulele 1930s - A early example of a koa wood soprano from the 1930s. CF Martin logo stamped on the back of the head stock.  VGC, SC $1995.

Welco Banjo Ukulele 1950s - An usual one with a one piece cast metal neck/finger board, as well as a metal back plate.  GC, NC $149.



Ukuleles, Mandolins, Banjos, Miscellaneous Instruments