Museum: Ukuleles & Other

Serial # 538. Perhaps the most original and untouched National Triolian Polychome Ukulele in the world. This instrument, bui...
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The Ludwig Wendell Hall Professional is among the more sought-after banjo-ukulele models on the vintage market, and this example h...
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The UC1 is Collings' most affordable Concert Ukulele, but hardly a 'budget' instrument. The UC1 is built with the same attention...
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Distributed by Canada's T. Eaton Company in the 1930's and 1940's, Minerva Branded instruments were built by Toronto's Arthur Hens...
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No serial #. The Ukulele craze was is full bloom by the mid 1920's, and C.F. Martin & Co. were building so many of the 4 string l...
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The Le Domino brand of instruments was first built by J.R. Stewart in Chicago in the 1920's. The trademark would become Regal's i...
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No Serial #. Martin introduced its budget Style 0 ukulele in 1922 amidst an era of slumping guitar sales and skyrocketing demand...
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A simply appointed Gibson Tenor Ukulele from the early 1960’s, the TU-1 features a lightly built unbound mahogany body, thin sat...
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A classy, simple, and tastefully appointed wood-bodied resonator-ukulele, National's Mahogany uke harkens back to the 1920's with...
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No Serial number. Suffice to say, we simply cannot imagine ever finding a finer Style 3K than this particular instrument. It is...
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A 1950's all-metal banjo-uke, with a big and loud voice. Set-up in shop, the uke plays very well. Completely original, and in exce...
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No Serial #. A great sounding all mahogany ukulele, built, most likely, in the 1950's. Completely original, and nicely setup in ou...
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