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    Default Sweet Bowl Backs on the 'Bay!

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    This dealer seems well stocked in some fine taterbugs, including the Vinaccia, pictured above. I couldn't know less about these instruments, but I've done enough wood working to be impressed by that scalloped maple!
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    That dealer (or collector), leuterius, has been at it for years and has quite a stock/collection of vintage upper end bowlbacks. His prices are in the upper end and he lists many of his fancier ones over and over. Nice to look at in any case.
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