Museum: Mandolins

Another astoundingly good sounding mandolin from our friends in Austin, this MTO has more than a few of our employees considering...
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FON 11958. The Loar-period Gibson mandolin banjos feature a small 9" diameter head that's perfectly sized for this kind of instru...
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Serial # 68862. A very attractive 50-plus year old Gibson A that's survived the years in exceptional condition. Completely origi...
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Builder, Musician, visual artist, and pearl inlay master Doug Unger is a highly acclaimed multi-talented craftsperson hailing from...
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Serial # 008809. The Weber Alder #2 Mandola features beautiful tonewoods and a braced flat-top construction. It's a very warm an...
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FON 768-5. A one-family-owned mid 1930's banjo, this MB-3 was the pride and joy of a radio musician from the mining town of Timmi...
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The Collings MF5 may very well be the best thing that's happened to F style mandolins since Lloyd Loar walked the Gibson factory f...
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Serial #8154098. A simply gorgeous F5 with a lively and rich tone, great chop, excellent projection and purity. Dated Septem...
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Serial # 9036 It is incredible to think about all the music that this Gibson A3, now well past 100 years old, has made through it...
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FON X?? Gibson's entry-level instrument through the 1950's, the A-40 offered players an affordable way to own a Gibson-built mand...
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Serial # 25148, FON 2652. Originally sold through Fletcher Brothers in Victoria, British Columbia, some 100 years ago, this instru...
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Serial # 17619. An amazingly complete, original, and intact A-1, built over a hundred years ago! This Gibson mandolin has surviv...
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