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Diatonic button accordions play a different note on the push and on the pull.On the right-hand side, each row of buttons is in a different key.Generally the woodwork is in clean condition but there are small knocks and marks as is has been played. The bellows appear to be in good order with no leaks or holes. It comes with an ebonised box which has numerous scuff marks throughout. More details A vintage boxed 24 key Lachenal concertina with fretwork detail to speakers each end. More details A vintage boxed Lachenal concertina, both box and instrument in need of repair. More details 19th century English accordion, Louis Lachenal - London, patent Concertina Manufacturer, 25277, of hexagonal form with foliate pierced end panels fitted with 11 and 10 bone buttons to a green morocco covered body, width compressed 16cm and contained within a hexagonal and hinged mahogany case with velvet lined interior More details An early 20th century rosewood cased thirty-three key concertina by Lachenal & Co London:, numbered 92282, with black leather and paper six fold bellows, fretwork ends and ivory keys, signed as per title, in a fitted mahogany case with label to underside of lid, the concertina 16cm wide. A hexagonal thirty-one button concertina by Lachenal & Co.
More details LACHENAL & CO, LONDON, A HEXAGONAL 48 KEY ROSEWOOD FRET-ENDED CONCERTINA, No 57772, with nickel plated buttons, original invoice for 1919, with rosewood veneered storage box. £200-£400 More details Lachenal and Company patent concertina numbered 46527 in mahogany hexagonal fitted case Condition Report; Overall in good condition. The left-hand side features bass and chord buttons.Different styles of button accordion are popular for many sorts of folk music, including Irish, English, French, and many Latin styles.This web site also hosts pages for the Everyman Folk Club held in Suffolk UK.The Everyman Folk Club is a Registered Charity and is independent of C Wheatstone & Co™.