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1945 Wartime Harmony Model H1133 Patriot Uncle Sam Scene Neck Reset Pro Setup Vintage Case
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Today, Lawman Guitars is Presenting..
A beautiful and all original 1945 Wartime Harmony Uncle Sam Patriot Scene Acoustic Parlor Guitar and cool vintage case!
This cool Patriot Scene Harmony guitar has a model number of H1133 inside the soundhole. It’s only the second one of these guitar I have ever seen. Theres a really cool YouTube Video of the other one I saw…check it out…
This guitar was featured in the new book about Harmony guitars by Ron Rothman… "Harmony The People’s Guitar 1945 – 1975". I have a pic of this very guitar from the book in pics 13 and 14… The guitar was purchased by us from Ron Rothman who owned the guitar. Thanks Ron!
It’s Extremely RARE…. The Parlor Guitar sized Body has cool Blue painted binding on the top and sound hole, the Wood Wartime Tailpiece and original bridge, Wartime Waverly Tuners with the really cool Black buttons, original brass frets that are in great shape, as well as the original nut and Harmony Patriot Graphics! Check those pics!
This guitar was not that playable when we got it. As you probably know, if you follow Lawman Guitars at all, we love Cowboy and Graphic Guitars. We also spend a lot of money on our guitars to insure that not only are they historic and beautiful, that they play well. This cool guitar is no exception. We did a complete neck off reset to give this guitar awesome low playing action. It is not a pleasure to play for years to come! It plays just great up and down the neck. The nut is 1 ¾ inches wide. Its wider than a standard nut to accommodate finger picking. What a cool guitar.
I am dating this guitar to 1945 from the evidence of the date stamp in the sound hole. See pic 6.. S-45 which will make this old timer a Spring of 1945 Model.
No original case came with this guitar but we have been saving the shown vintage soft shell case for a guitar such as this. It’s a beautiful case that is probably from the 1960’s. All latches, handle and latches are present as is the accessory box. Only the accessory lid is loose. Still with the guitar but not attached. A beautiful case that is appropriate for this historic guitar!
This guitar is incredible but vintage so it is sold as-is no returns. However, I have been hand picking my customers instruments now for close to 20 years and they have all loved the guitars I find. This one will not be an exception.
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Lawman Mike at Lawman Guitars