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britcarfan - Posted - 11/28/2019:  13:37:11


Was looking on Craigslist and came across this. Anyone know what it stlouis.craigslist.org/msg/d/s...0204.html

tdennis - Posted - 11/28/2019:  14:02:55


This looks like a product of the Buckbee factory.  I cannot see the engraving clearly.  I have heard of "Benary" branded instruments, but not "Binary"


Edited by - tdennis on 11/28/2019 14:08:18

mud400 - Posted - 11/28/2019:  14:34:11


Do a search for Benary Buckbee. I don't know about it, but there is quite a bit of info on here about the Benary banjos made by Buckbee.

gratefulbiker - Posted - 11/28/2019:  16:09:31


I don’t know any details about the banjo other than it’s been for sale for quite a while. Pretty sure the same seller has a few other banjos listed including a Schall that looks pretty nice.

Bill Rogers - Posted - 11/28/2019:  20:39:29


The heel engraving reads Benary’s Professional. Looks like a higher-end one. I concur that the actual maker was Buckbee.

mrphysics55 - Posted - 11/28/2019:  20:45:41


Buckbee for sure

talljoey - Posted - 11/29/2019:  23:03:10


Looks to my uneducated eye that the tuning pegs look new. When I looked at Reverb ads, the pegs were a yellowed color. I guess it doesn’t matter if it isn’t a collector instrument.

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