26 item(s) found:

These items are not for sale and the descriptions, images and prices are for reference purposes only.

An Italian 'Settimio Soprani' piano Accordion, with silver grey mottled plastic cover. Width 48 cm.

A mid-sized German Arabella piano accordion, silver grey plastic, body in need of restoration.

A mottled red plastic Tientan piano Accordion, some key covers missing. Width 51 cm

An Italian Crucianelli piano accordion, in cream lustre plastic with minor loses. Width 53 cm

A Settimio Soprani Accordion Squeeze, in wooden box. C.1920. Italy

A French Busson of Paris, Flutina Accordion, mid 19th century, the case decorated with rosewood and inlaid veneer, impressed 'Busson of Paris' oval mark. Length 29.5 cm

A French antique accordion with ivory and ebony keys, housed in a fine dove tailed Australian cedar box

Antique English Wheatstone concertina accordion 48 button, serial number 8706, with timber instrument case 17.5 cm high

English Lachen & Co button Accordian. Wooden case. Appears functional.

A squeeze box accordion by 'Dalmonti, Model I' made in Germany with original case, early 20th century

Vintage Accordion labelled Lachenal & Co, London (borer) Accoutrements

Regal Melodeon: German squeeze box accordian, early 20th century.

Hohner 21 button Accordion. Pressed pattern wood case with some border holes. Bellows appear functional

An accordion by Lachenal & Co., London in mahogany case. 18 cm high

Martello Vintage Squeeze box accordian. Steel bronze reeds made in Germany. G condtition

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'

A Tanzbar Mechanical Accordion. Germany, rosewood veneered case with fretted sound vents, leather strap handles at each end, decorated paper over leather bellows