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Silvertone Vintage 1950's Guitar Model 702
1950's Vintage Silvertone Archtop Acoustic Guitar
Ivory color - Model 702
This is a great vintage Silvertone Archtop acoustic guitar in good playing condition especially for its age and one that could use a new home to someone who will truly appreciate and enjoy owning it.
Serial # is 2771H1214 - Here are some stats about it.
Silvertone 702 - Archtop (Archtone)
Acoustic archtop - Blonde faux flame - Distributed by Sears & Roebuck - Based on Harmony H1214
Production year(s) : 1954-1958 (other years possible, not verified)
Top wood - Birch
Body wood - Birch
All solid woods
Scale - 25" 1/4 642mm
Guitar is in good playing condition and as you can see in photos, a great looking guitar. This guitar has a few worn areas and a small cosmetic crack in body on bass side which is shown in photos but overall a great looking guitar in nice condition for its age. This Silvertone guitar has been recently set up with new tuners, adjusted and new strings. I am also including the original tuners as well as some like to keep a guitar in the most original condition they can especially collectors of vintage guitars and instruments.
I have 100% Ebay rating and I take this seriously so I strive to provide the most information as I am capable so please review all photos I have provided and ask any questions before bid or purchase. I have also added a copy of Sears catalog for this Model 702 Silvertone for fun. As I mentioned above, the serial # in body is 2771H1214
Silvertone was made by many big guitar manufacturers including Kay, Harmony and Gretsch.
I will ensure this guitar is packed well and plan to use an actual acoustic guitar shipping box from a local music store and I will pack it well to get it to its new owner. If you are looking for a unique vintage guitar to add to your existing collection of vintage guitars such as Fender, Gibson, Martin etc., then this would be a nice one to own.
Thank you for taking time to review this great piece of Vintage guitar history.
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