Mya-Moe American hand-made ukulele bearing maker's label, Mya-Moe Ukuleles, Glenview, Illinois, Serial #2546, complete 2/19. With maker's signature, housed in a high quality plush fitted hard case with additional strings and strap. A superbly crafted…
Hawaii ukulele, circa 1900, the shaped headstock with a decal bearing the cartouche 'Ua Mau Ke Ea Oka Aina I Ka Pono'. Bands of inlay running down the center of fingerboard, along the edges, and rings around the sound hole, 53 cm long
ukulele, retailed by J. Albert & Son, circa 1890, decal to headstock bearing 'Made expressly for J. Albert & Son/ 137-139 King St/ Sydney, rings of inlay around the sound hole and to the front edge of the sound board, 54 cm long
Australian ukulele, by Jack Maskell Guitars (JMG), serial number 2763, patent 1948, 'Jmg' decal to headstock, incorporating a tailpiece, with an arched back and front, 53.5 cm long. Other Notes: a similar example forms part of the Powerhouse Museum.
American ukulele, by C. F. Martin & Company, 3M model, Nazareth, circa 1950s, string inlay to front and back edges and around the sound hole. 'C. F. Martin & Co. Est. 1833' decal to headstock, 63 cm long
American tenor ukulele, by C. F. Martin & Company, Nazareth, circa 1940s, 'C. F. Martin & Co. Est. 1833' decal to headstock, and 'C.F. Martin & Co/ Nazareth. Pa/ made in U.S.A.' impressed to the interior, 67 cm high
American ukulele, by Samuel. S. Stewart, Philadelphia, circa 1920s, Company name inlaid in mother-of-pearl to headstock. Brass label bearing 'Band & Orchestra Instruments / W C Brehm / Broadway / Los Angeles' verso to headstock, 53 cm long