Antique F. Menzenhauer Guitar Zither No.4 Pat. 1894

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  • Item Category: Entertainment
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Feb 02,2011
  • Channel: Online Auction

Offered is an antique F. Menzenhauer Guitar Zither No. 4 with the patent date of May 29, 1894. It measures 21 3/4" tall and 19" wide. There are 2 small cracks on the front at the bottom under each circle and there are 2 cracks on the back. Please see my pictures for the condition. It comes with a case and the hinges are broken, I also have them pictured. Overall it is in good condition for its age but needs a little TLC to bring it back to the condition of its glory days. All the strings are intact and seem to be strong.

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