The right palm hand is embossed : english make + trade mark (with lachenal's logo of a diagram -like image of a reed in its frame) john g murdoch & co ltd, a firm with a nation-wide chain of shops, sold musical instruments wholesale, for whom lachenal's built concertinas. Using our free seo keyword suggest keyword analyzer you can run the keyword analysis lachenal concertina serial numbers in detail in this section you can find synonyms for the word lachenal concertina serial numbers, similar queries, as well as a gallery of images showing the full picture of possible uses for this word (expressions. These instruments were all made in the uk, so vintage english usually refers to a lachenal, wheatstone, jeffries or crabb, and implies superior (compared to the italian stagis) quality of construction, sound, and playability (action.
The first english-system lachenal in my database (having over 2300 entries) is no 19070 all earlier ones for which i have information are labeled louis lachenal, patent concertina manufacturer so your no 12732 may have been made in the mid-1860s and then had a post-1873 label substituted for the original label. The english concertina was invented by professor charles wheatstone and was introduced to public notice in june 1838 the first instrument was sold to capt gardner of the 2nd life guards, it was then called the symponian [sic] with bellows, and not until december 27th of that year, was it named the concertina. Concertina by lachenal & co (london) english system, lowest button sounds g, highest c, serial no67845, metal buttons and white metal endplates, casedbuttons appear to work and bellow in good condition. C281 louis lachenal no 6038:- an early 48-key english concertina, with louis label, fret baffles held in by corner mounts, and the early single depth action frame louis lachenal circular pan-label.
Re: lachenal concertina for sale i know there is an algorithm for dating lachenals, it’s just it ought to come with an ‘approx’, as it’s been concocted from all available data on numbered dateable instruments, but there aren’t enough to guarantee accuracy. Concertina: small free reed instrument from england, usually hexagonal in shape there are three common keyboard layouts, each completely different to play on anglo, english and duet (mccann, crane, jeffries and hayden are all types of duet) the concertina was. The english concertina is an english invention, patented in 1829 by charles wheatstone, an english inventor, who registered updated improvements in 1844 the instrument became wildly popular in early victorian times (1837 -1860. Concertina connection rochelle 30-button, key of c/g black celluloid finish, white plastic buttons, riveted action, 7-fold bellows outfit includes a soft case and a tutor written specially for this instrument. The english style of concertina operates on a handbook for english concertina jan 1, 1992 by roger watson paperback $1385 $ 13 85 $1495 prime free shipping on eligible orders only 13 left in stock - order soon more buying choices $709 (22 used & new offers) 42 out of 5 stars 5.
Lachenal paragon 48 key english concertina, brass reeds — regular price £999 lachenal 30 key c/g anglo concertina — regular price £1,200 lachenal paragon 48 key english concertina — regular price £1,200. English concertinas we always have a large stock of english concertinas by pretty well all of the old makers – wheatstone, lachenals, crabbs and the victorian manufacturers the price range is from the most basic tutor model lachenals at around £500 up to the top professional instruments at around £3500 - £4000. If your concertina has full-width hand-straps and each button plays a different note on push and pull strokes, it's an anglo this is the instrument of choice for irish players.
Some notes on lachenal concertina production and serial numbers 1 stephen chambers concertinas of a new—and revolutionary—‘mass produced’ model, 2 manufactured for c wheatstone & co by louis lachenal, started to be sold in, or shortly after, april 1848. We stock various types of concertinas, new and antique, including the l achenal concertina, the jeffries concertina and more we produce the wren student concertina , the phoenix intermediate concertina and we have a high-end concertina in development, due late 2018. 13280 wheatstone english concertina a really nice wheatstone english 48 key treble number 35144 made circa 1939.
Concertina) at 5, woodbridge street clerkenwell see nickolds entry for this year rock chidley produced ivory ended concertina sold business to george case concertina labelled 'joseph scates 85, renshaw street, liverpool from new bond street' may 25th renshaw street feb 6th 46, grafton street dublin aug 2nd 21, somerville street, woodside l'pool. The lowest (confirmed) serial numbers that i know of for louis lachenal english concertinas are 6119 (cmc 72 from neil wayne’s former concertina museum collection), 21 which has its end-label missing, 6372 (author’s collection see fig 3) and 6599 (cmc 37), both labelled russell (a major customer at the time), and 8488 (author’s collection), which is labelled louis lachenal (see fig 4. The english concertina is a member of the concertina family of free-reed musical instruments invented in england in 1829, it was the first instrument of what would become the concertina family invented in england in 1829, it was the first instrument of what would become the concertina family. Basic model lachenal, no 49958, c 1917 this is a basic model 48 key lachenal english concertina the simple tracery in the end clearly shows that this is the basic model it is numbered internally and on the left end with 49958, which dates it around 1917.
Dating lachenal concertina, i introduction tunable diaphragms on cell to thank buddha but try as pre treatment guess the red books, with the numbers given to them by neil wayne and retained by the horniman museumconsist of the following: these lists contain information about wheatstone model numbers and descriptions which are useful to interpret the wheatstone concertina. The english concertina is a member of the concertina family of free-reed musical instruments invented in england in 1829, it was the first instrument of what would become the concertina family. On the firm of lachenal, see the two important articles by stephen chambers: ‘louis lachenal: “engineer and concertina manufacturer”, part i’, the free-reed journal, 1 (1999), 7-18 ‘some notes on lachenal concertina production and serial numbers’, papers of the international concertina association, 1 (2004), 3-23.