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Vintage M. Hohner Marine Band Harmonica No. 364 - Key G

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Vintage M. Hohner Marine Band Harmonica No. 364 - Key G

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Item specifics

Seller Notes:
“EXCELLENT CONDITION. I have owned this M. Hohner harmonica for over 50 years and got it from my father who had it for at least 30 years before that. I have never played it! I believe you would find it is undeniably as close to new as one could find. I have included 8 photos with what I would hope presents all the detail desired.”
Key:
G
Model:
No. 364
Modified Item:
No
Country/Region of Manufacture:
Germany
Exact Year:
before 1940
Type:
Archetypal Blues
Brand:
HOHNER








Vintage M. Hohner Marine Band Harmonica No. 364 - Key G

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