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The wood used on this Florentine was White Holly. The construction is identical to the previous one except for the peghead. While most of these models came with the more common "ice cream" design, this one has a very rare butterfly design. It also has the original owners name on the truss rod cover, which could always be ordered by the customer. The S/N of 8960-1 probably indicates a 1929 date. Both of these Florentines are in mint original condition.

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