Hi I’m looking to indentifying this banjo, the only markings on it are the flower like design on the peg head. Anyone see something down the line. Thanks in advance.
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Click on your pictures,
click on COPY IMAGE LINK,
come back here.
click RICH TEXT,
click on the picture frame icon, 4th over from SOURCE,
and post the pictures HERE.
Then, take the back off, look for labels inside.
Also, post close-up pictures of the inside.
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Sort of like this FARSIDE classic:
Thanks for that advice. I’m not the best on these things and still don’t know how to upload my images, but I’ll try get them up. I’ll also have a look inside the banjo and get back here, I appreciate your reply thanks again.
The "zero" fret & overall design reminds me of an E German brand, Musima.
Hi Dennis, thanks for reply. I know it definitely originated from Germany, my father brought it back to Dublin in the 80s after touring there for years.
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