Flutina c1850, forerunner of the accordion as we know it today. It was made by the Busson Brevete Companay of Paris, stamped on side of wood. All mother of pearl keys working, some scuffing to bellows but no holes can be seen, with original case. Instrumen
A late 19th century mahogany and rosewood case accordion, with carved fretwork borders to the face cover in a hexagonal case with engraved panel: 'Presented to Robert Trenaman by the officers and Passengers of the Ship Torrens, May 12 1879'
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