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Jake Wildwood
Nov-01-2013, 10:56am
Rare and very cool. I wish I owned this one!

More pics over at the blog. (http://antebelluminstruments.blogspot.com/2013/11/c1927-weymann-tenor-harp.html)




Jim Garber
Nov-01-2013, 11:12am
Very cool, Jake. I haven't seen one of those, only the Paramount ones and the guitar shaped ones that Paramount made for Martin.

Nov-01-2013, 12:18pm
Very cool, Jake.

Jim Garber
Nov-02-2013, 1:49pm
Coincidentally, here's a Paramount (http://bernunzio.com/product/paramount-style-b-wood-top-17785/) with a rather large head that just appeared on Bernunzio's site.

Charles E.
Nov-02-2013, 4:52pm
Jake, look what just showed up on eBay.......



Jake Wildwood
Nov-03-2013, 9:25am
Charles: Shhh I just spotted that, too. :D

Charles E.
Nov-11-2013, 9:31pm
So... it went for a bit over six hundred, was that you Jake?

Jake Wildwood
Nov-12-2013, 12:00pm
Heck, no -- that price was pretty wild. I would expect it to have sold for around $600-700 ready for resale! Who knows, though, I'm continually confused by what's getting popular and moving up in price point these days. :)

Jim Garber
Nov-12-2013, 12:15pm
I would say that was a one-off event by someone who had the cash and figured "when would I see another". Either it goes to a collector or we will see it again, either fixed up or as-is.

Then again there were quite a few last minute bids and it looks like the high bidder was using snipe software... exactly 6 seconds before the end.

Jake Wildwood
Nov-15-2013, 7:04am
Well... I'll tell you... it may have been worth about $450 to me as-is... nice looking thing, but the pickguard was unoriginal and screwed into the top and it was missing $100-150 worth of 4:1 tuners at the headstock, the original bridge, and the cloud tailpiece.