I got this banjo years ago from John Bernunzio while living in New York. It is one of the cleanest examples of a Thoroughbred I've found and is all original except for the period tail piece complete with ivory rosette. I lost interest in this piece and John Balch traded for it at one point only for us to cut a trade years later to get it back. John and I have traded more banjos than I can count. He has always had a good eye and has been the owner of countless fine banjos that passed through both of our hands.
Sunday, July 29, 2012 @6:04:42 AM
"Bred Well" "Bred Through & Through"' very nice David! That's an $$$tewart! enjoy, michael
Sunday, July 29, 2012 @8:03:25 AM
Thanks for your comments. It is a clean example of the Thoroughbred with all the brands, labels and components. Do you play one of these early spun over banjos? David E.
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