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Travel back in
time with this vintage ukulele. Made in the 1950s by the late, great Harmony Company in Chicago, Illinois, back when Chicago was still Music
City USA, home of Harmony, Kay, Valco, Ludwig, Lyon & Healy, Deagan, Geib,
Kluson, Shure, Jensen etcetera. It's a regular soprano-sized uke. For many years, Harmony was the biggest ukulele maker in America, if not the world. This is one of their budget models. It has a polystyrene fret board and painted white binding. There is ordinary play wear all over, but it looks pretty good. Structurally and functionally solid. Doesn't look like anyone ever put steel strings on it, so neither the top or neck is warped. It has been upgraded with modern replacement tuners. I just put new strings on it today, and it sounds nice and bright. It comes in a vintage Zim-Gar ukulele case, which is plushly lined with red felt. The outside of the case is somewhat faded and stained. The inside has the original owner's name printed on it, Mary Williams. Structurally and functionally, the case is in great shape.
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