Harmonica / ''Occupied Japan'' / Japanese / Vintage
This harmonica is no longer for sale (sold on 2010-06-30)
Price : US $3.24
This Japanese harmonica probably dates to the late 1940s or early 1950s. The core is lacquered wood sandwiched between two sheets of brass, with stainless steel plates on the top and bottom. The brand shown in English on both sides is ''Tanabe'', and on one side is also noted ''Made in Occupied Japan''.
There is a some dustiness and a pretty fair amount of wear, with some very minor scratches, but the only particular damage is that some of the lacquer has flaked off from the edges of the apertures and the stainless steel portions are somewhat dented in, as if it had been sat on. All of the apertures produce sound, but since we're not musicians we can't say anything about its quality.
W6 5/16'' (161mm) X H11/16'' (18mm) at the widest part of the back X D1 1/8'' (29mm).
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This harmonica is sold (sold on 2010-06-30)
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