The Concertina Museum Collection
Concertina Images Index



The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.1.1-001.
An 8th Plate oval Daguerreotype of a small child

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.1.1-002.
An 8th Plate curved top Daguerreotype of a young man in formal dress

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.1.1-003.
An 8th Plate curved top Daguerreotype of a man in formal dress

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.1.1-004.
A 16th Plate curved top Daguerreotype of a young man in formal dress

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.1.2-001.
A Tintype image of a young Dutch-Capped boy, seated next to a small table that has a 20-Key German Anglo concertina upon it.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.1.3-001.
A small Finnish carte-de-visite of a uniformed fellow playing a small German Chemnitzer concertina.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.1.3-002.
A 'posed' carte-de-visite of a formally-dressed gent playing the banjo

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.1.3-003.
A small plain carte-de-visite of a young boy

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.1.3-004.
A large carte-de-visite of a formally-dressed gent

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.1.3-005.
A gatefold with a mounted postcard of a cheerful chap

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.1.3-006.
A photocopy from the sale particulars of a Stereograph

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.1.3-007.
A small loose photograph of a cheerful youngster

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.1.3-008.
A small plain carte-de-visite of a bearded gent

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.1.3-009.
A small embossed carte-de-visite of a teenage boy

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.1.3-010.
A small carte-de-visite of a moustachioed gent seated

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.1.3-011.
A small plain carte-de-visite of a lady all in black, seated

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.1.3-012.
A small carte-de-visite of a lady in a lustrous black formal dress

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.1.3-013.
A small well-labelled carte-de-visite of a moustachioed gent seated

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.1.3-014.
A small, plain carte-de-visite (chamfered on each corner) of a mutton-chop bearded gent standing

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.1.3-015.
A small carte-de-visite of a young boy, standing informally

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.1.3-016.
A large well-labelled carte-de-visite of a young girl in oriental dress

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.1.3-017.
A small carte-de-visite of a teenage boy, seated

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.1.4-001.
An American Stereo-Graph card featuring a gaggle of monkeys, one playing a primitive 5-key Flutina.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.1.5-001.
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The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.2.2-001.
A Tintype photographic portrait of two seated musicians

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.2.2-002.
A very low contrast Tintype photographic portrait of a small child of Asian appearance

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.2.2-003.
A Tintype photographic portrait of a seated musician

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.2.3-001.
A signed and dated carte-de-visite of a pair of professional male entertainers

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.2.3-002.
A 76x107mm carte de visite photograph, mounted on grey card, of a German gentleman playing a Chemnitz-style Bandoneon.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.2.5-001.
An original photograph, c 1960-1965, of Chris Droney

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.2.5-002.
An Australian photograph of Alexander Prince

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.2.5-003.
A modern photographic copy of an Australian photograph of Alexander Prince

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.2.5-004.
A later copy of a 1910-1930 period photograph of Ernest Rutterford

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.2.5-005.
A large formal photographic portrait, set in a card surround and once framed, of a musical trio including Ernest Rutterford

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.2.5-006.
A mounted original photograph of an elegant lady playing a metal-ended hexagonal Maccann duet.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.2.5-007.
A fine professional photograph of a middle-aged Percy Honri, the noted Music Hall and concert concertinist

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.2.5-008.
A large and fragile photograph of a 'giant' Wheatstone Maccann 81-key Aeola Duet concertina, set near a tiny 8-Key Wheatstone Miniature concertina

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.2.5-009.
One of a series of large black and white photographs of Tommy Williams, taken in the mid-1970s by Les Davies in Tommy's top floor attic workshop at 74 Tennyson Street, Battersea.

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One of a series of large black and white photographs of Tommy Williams, taken in the mid-1970s by Les Davies in Tommy's top floor attic workshop at 74 Tennyson Street, Battersea.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.2.5-011.
One of a series of large black and white photographs of Tommy Williams, taken in the mid-1970s by Les Davies in Tommy's top floor attic workshop at 74 Tennyson Street, Battersea.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.2.5-012.
One of a series of large black and white photographs of Tommy Williams, taken in the mid-1970s by Les Davies in Tommy's top floor attic workshop at 74 Tennyson Street, Battersea.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.2.5-013.
One of a series of large black and white photographs of Tommy Williams, taken in the mid-1970s by Les Davies in Tommy's top floor attic workshop at 74 Tennyson Street, Battersea.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.2.5-014.
One of a series of large black and white photographs of Tommy Williams, taken in the mid-1970s by Les Davies in Tommy's top floor attic workshop at 74 Tennyson Street, Battersea.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.2.5-015.
One of a series of large black and white photographs of Tommy Williams, taken in the mid-1970s by Les Davies in Tommy's top floor attic workshop at 74 Tennyson Street, Battersea.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.2.5-016.
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A 90 x 113mm plate photograph of a German young man playing a small Chemnitzer-style Bandoneon, with his music-stand - and spittoon! - close by.

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The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.3.5-001.
One of a collection of receipts, bills and letterheads from The Heckmondwike English Concertina Premier Prize Band, c1920 - 1929.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.3.5-002.
One of a collection of receipts, bills and letterheads from The Heckmondwike English Concertina Premier Prize Band, c1920 - 1929.

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One of a collection of receipts, bills and letterheads from The Heckmondwike English Concertina Premier Prize Band, c1920 - 1929.

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One of a collection of receipts, bills and letterheads from The Heckmondwike English Concertina Premier Prize Band, c1920 - 1929.

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An original letterhead from The Heckmondwike English Concertina Premier Prize Band, dated July 15th 1929

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.3.5-007.
An original letterhead from The Heckmondwike English Concertina Premier Prize Band, dated August 30th 1929

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.3.5-008.
A single blue-printed duplicated concert programme sheet for the The Heckmondwike English Concertina Premier Prize Band's performance on Sunday July 29th 1928

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.3.5-009.
A letter from the ex-conductor of the Mexborough English Concertina Prize Band W B Watson

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.3.5-010.
A copy of a sheet from the Belle Vue Concertina Band contests, listing all winners from 1905 to 1925

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An original mounted photograph, c1920, of "The American Concertina Circle" - of over 40 men

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.3.5-027.
A fine and large mounted plate photograph (305 x 240mm)† of the "Concertina-Club Teutonia", a large band of 20 formally-dressed young men posed before a large ornamental arch, with at least six of the chaps holding large Chemnitzer-style Bandoneons.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.3.5-028.
A large original programme, (290 x 440mm) for the 61st Annual Brass Band Contest at Belle Vue, Manchester, 1st September 1913.†

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.3.5-029.
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The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.3.6-001.
The Alfred and Herbert Worsley/Ashton-u-Lyne Concertina Band Archive:

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.3.6-002.
The Alfred and Herbert Worsley/Ashton-u-Lyne Concertina Band Archive: Band Photograph.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.3.6-003.
The Alfred and Herbert Worsley/Ashton-u-Lyne Concertina Band Archive: Band Photograph.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.3.6-004.
The Alfred and Herbert Worsley/Ashton-u-Lyne Concertina Band Archive: Obituary

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.3.6-005.
The Alfred and Herbert Worsley/Ashton-u-Lyne Concertina Band Archive: A Band Letterhead

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.3.6-006.
The Alfred and Herbert Worsley/Ashton-u-Lyne Concertina Band Archive: A Band poster/promotional leaflet,

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.3.6-007.
The Alfred and Herbert Worsley/Ashton-u-Lyne Concertina Band Archive: A Band poster/promotional leaflet,

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.3.6-008.
The Alfred and Herbert Worsley/Ashton-u-Lyne Concertina Band Archive: Photocopy sheet of memorabilia.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.3.6-009.
The Alfred and Herbert Worsley/Ashton-u-Lyne Concertina Band Archive: A cassette tape of transcriptions of some of the Band’s 78rpm recordings.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.3.6-010.
The Alfred and Herbert Worsley/Ashton-u-Lyne Concertina Band Archive: The Conductor’s Baton

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.3.6-011.
The Alfred and Herbert Worsley/Ashton-u-Lyne Concertina Band Archive: The Conductor’s Tuning Fork

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.3.6-012.
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Two Durham players: The Edward Douglas (blind concertina player) and J Stead (concertina Teacher) archives: The handwritten tutor book of J Stead

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.3.6-014.
Two Durham players: The Edward Douglas (blind concertina player) and J Stead (concertina Teacher) archives: A letter to J Stead from C Wheatstone & Co, (West Street) dated2 July 1921

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.3.6-015.
Two Durham players: The Edward Douglas (blind concertina player) and J Stead (concertina Teacher) archives: A letter to Edward Douglas from C Wheatstone & Co, (West Street) dated 31 Jan 1922

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.3.6-016.
Two Durham players: The Edward Douglas (blind concertina player) and J Stead (concertina Teacher) archives: A letter to J Stead from C Wheatstone & Co, (West Street) dated 14 Feb 1922

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.3.6-017.
Two Durham players: The Edward Douglas (blind concertina player) and J Stead (concertina Teacher) archives: An Invoice addressed to J Stead from C Wheatstone & Co, (West Street) dated 14 Feb 1922

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.3.6-018.
Two Durham players: The Edward Douglas (blind concertina player) and J Stead (concertina Teacher) archives: An official copy of the birth certificate of Edward Douglas

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.3.6-019.
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Two Durham players: The Edward Douglas (blind concertina player) and J Stead (concertina Teacher) archives: Edward Douglas’ Hire Purchase card from H Boyd & Co, 16 Pilgrim Street, Newcastle-on-Tyne, for the purchase of an English concertina.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.3.6-021.
Two Durham players: The Edward Douglas (blind concertina player)and J Stead (concertina Teacher) archives: Edward Douglas’ Warranty card from H Boyd & Co, 16 Pilgrim Street, Newcastle-on-Tyne, for the purchase of an English concertina,

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.3.6-022.
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The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.3.7-001.
One of a series of five early 20th century images of the Manningham Concertina Band, active in the Cleckheaton area of Yorkshire.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.3.7-002.
One of a series of five early 20th century images of the Manningham Concertina Band, active in the Cleckheaton area of Yorkshire.

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One of a series of five early 20th century images of the Manningham Concertina Band, active in the Cleckheaton area of Yorkshire.

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One of a series of five early 20th century images of the Manningham Concertina Band, active in the Cleckheaton area of Yorkshire.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.3.7-005.
One of a series of five early 20th century images of the Manningham Concertina Band, active in the Cleckheaton area of Yorkshire.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.4.1-001.
A fine image of a Ladies' Salvation Army Band

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.4.1-002.
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The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.4.1-003.
A formal image of Oldham Citadel Salvation Army Concertina Band

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.4.1-004.
A Bamforth comic card, (Series No 1426) of a lady (possibly in Salvation Army Dress?)

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.4.1-005.
A postcard dating from around 1900 of Mark Sanders.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.4.1-006.
A postcard of a group of Salvation Army men

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.4.1-007.
A Bamforth comic card, (Series No 1426) of a lady (possibly in Salvation Army Dress?)

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.4.1-008.
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A postcard of a Salvation Army Gentleman, with waxed moustache

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.4.1-010.
A Tinted Post Card of “The Norwich Citadel Concertina Band”, possibly c1905.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.4.3-001.
A gilt-labelled Carte de Visite of an attractive Salvation Army lady

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.4.3-002.
A large gilt-edged Carte de Visite of three Salvationists

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.4.3-003.
A large mounted photograph of a splendid Salvation Army concertina band

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.4.3-004.
A print copy of an eBay Salvation Army item from 2009

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.4.3-005.
A large American carte de visite of a Salvationist family, the seated man next to a 3-Row Anglo, the lady holding a guitar.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.4.6-001.
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An edition of the Salvation Army magazine "The Bandsman, Songster and Local Officer", dated July 30th 1910, with an advertisement on the rear page (16) stating "The Army wants Concertina Players".

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.4.6-005.
An edition of the Salvation Army magazine "The Bandsman, Songster and Local Officer", dated July 1st 1911, with a concertina tutor section entitled "How to play the concertina".

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.4.6-006.
An original copy of the Salvation Army newspaper "The Bandsman and Songster", dated July 17th 1926,

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.4.6-007.
An original copy of the Salvation Army newspaper "The Bandsman, Local Officer, and Songster", dated March 1st 1924, which praises the Pentre Concertina Band, (Wales)

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.5.1-001.
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A Full-page article from the Daily Mail of Sat 13th Jan 2007, announcing the 'naked' calendar produced by members of South Yorkshire fox-killers

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.5.1-006.
A copy-print of an early music session photo by Bob Naylor, showing Jeannie Harris, Fi Fraser, Neil Wayne, Oscar Woods and Bob Cann

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.5.1-007.
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A 1974 period publicity leaflet for “Free Reed -The Concertina Newsletter

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.5.1-009.
A 1974 period publicity leaflet for “Free Reed -The Concertina Newsletter

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.5.1-010.
A file of unpublished articles, pieces of music, cartoons and readers' letters

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.5.1-011.
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A photocopy of an article from "British Bandsman", Issue 5569, July 2009, which reviews 100 years of Brass Band history, including the Manchester competitions, and mentions the Heckmondwike Concertina Band's success in the Concertina contests.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.5.1-013.
A colour copy of an article on collecting concertinas published in "The Antique Collector", Dec-Jan 2007, by Dick Henrywood.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.5.1-014.
An original full-colour front page from The New Yorker of May 21st, 1979, being an artwork by Paul Degen that features a hall table with a concertina and metronome upon it

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.5.4-001.
A large professional photograph taken by the Daily Express at the Bishop's Stortford Concertina Convention held in 1973.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.5.4-002.
A large professional photograph taken by the Daily Express at the Bishop's Stortford Concertina Convention held in 1973.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.5.4-003.
An original press cutting from the Eastwood Newspaper reporting on the Concertina Convention organised by Reuben Shaw

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.5.4-004.
A photograph of Ron Shuttleworth playing a large Bandoneon

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.5.4-005.
This image is of the noted Northumbrian concertina player and Northumbrian piper Alistair Anderson

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.5.4-006.
This image is of the noted Northumbrian concertina player and Northumbrian piper Alistair Anderson

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.5.4-007.
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A photograph of Marie Robson, a pupil of Gordon Cutty, and her sister Eileen

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.5.4-032.
Concertinas at Witney 1991: The Friday Night Pub session

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A photo from Reuben Shaw of his friend Vic

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.5.4-034.
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A programme and publicity leaflet for the 2008 " √Čigse Mrs Crotty ", an Irish concertina and traditional music festival held regularly in Kilrush, Co Clare.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.5.4-037.
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A delightful set of ten Tickets to various Grand Picnics, Centre Concertina Dances, Annual Farmers' Dances and Moonlight Auto Truck Parties!

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An edition of the “World Accordion Review - incorporating The Concertina”, from 2nd May 1953.

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A first Futura paperback edition of "Working the Halls", the story of Percy Honri and the Honri family's 100 years in British Music Halls, written by Peter Honri, Percy's grandson. Publ 1974, 214 pages.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.5.7-002.
A first Futura paperback edition of "Working the Halls", the story of Percy Honri and the Honri family's 100 years in British Music Halls, written by Peter Honri, Percy's grandson.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.1.5.8-001.
The decorative Award Certificate, won by Reuben Shaw and Wilf Pearce

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The memorial booklet and Service Document for the funeral of Reuben Shaw

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A large plate image of Arthur Austin, playing his miniature Wheatstone

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Derrick Hale and Reuben Shaw, playing English and Maccann Duet concertinas

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Mr Reuben Shaw's collection of concertinas, photographed in 1984

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Mr Reuben Shaw's collection of concertinas, photographed in 1984

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A colour photograph of Mr Reuben Shaw's collection of concertinas

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From the Ruth Askew Collection. Two publications of the International Concertina Association a major source of information on the post-war history and revival of the concertina.

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Russian postcard of cheeky boy in straw-filled barn, playing a large Anglo concertina

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A divided-rear French postcard of a smiling toddler running and holding a hexagonal concertina

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British postcard of Jack Clevoner

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A Dutch postcard of the “Empiro Duo

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British postcard of ‘Joe Blackburn, the Blind Musician, and Wife’.

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A British postcard of a group standing outside Bond’s Harness-maker’s shop in Wimborne, Dorset

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An autographed British postcard of Percy Honri

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A fine silver-print photo-card of the young Percy Honri

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An early Photo-card of novelty concertina player Fred Wright.

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One of a group of publicity cards, adverts and postcards of “George Young, Blind Musician”.

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One of a group of publicity cards, adverts and postcards of “George Young, Blind Musician”.

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One of a group of publicity cards, adverts and postcards of “George Young, Blind Musician”.

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One of a group of publicity cards, adverts and postcards of “George Young, Blind Musician”.

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One of a group of publicity cards, adverts and postcards of “George Young, Blind Musician”.

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A British Photo-card of “Minnie Paget the Concertina Queen”.

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A British Photo-card labelled “Minnie Paget”.

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Full card photo of 13 lively lads in varied fancy dress

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Toni and Tina

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Toni and Tina

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Toni and Tina

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Toni and Tina

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Toni and Tina

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.1.1-021.
Toni and Tina

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A British photo-postcard of an elegant gent in bow tie and tailcoat

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A British photo-postcard of a young gent posing with a Wheatstone metal-ended 48-key Aeola.

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British photo-postcard of “Jack Clevoner

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.1.1-025.
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The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.1.1-026.
A US-posted colour printed postcard of a boating party

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.1.1-027.
One of a group of publicity cards, adverts and postcards of “George Young, Blind Musician”.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.1.1-028.
A large Carte-de-Visite of a gentleman in evening dress

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.1.1-029.
The Collection includes a group of publicity cards, adverts and postcards of "George Young, Blind Musician".

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.1.1-030.
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A black and white photographic post card of “Jack Clevoner, Concertina Speciality act”, signed and dated by Clevoner on 15th Nov 1913, and sent by him to the Corn Exchange, Alnwick, confirming his performance there on 21st Dec 1913

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.1.1-032.
A black and white photographic post card of “Henri Albano – The Concertina King. Absolutely the GREATEST CONCERTINA ACT (one man) in the World”, signed and dated by Albano, and sent by him to the Corn Exchange, Alnwick, from the Elite Theatre, Stanley, confirming the “stupendous success of our act this week”.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.1.1-033.
A black and white photographic postcard of “Alexander Prince”.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.1.1-034.
An original promotional postcard of an elegant lady playing a metal-ended hexagonal Maccann duet concertina.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.1.1-035.
An original photographic postcard of "Le Petit Robert Conche" a very young French musician, holding a hexagonal metal-ended English concertina under his arm;

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.1.1-036.
An original Lachenal promotional photographic postcard of "The Two Martinis - Lachenal Edeophone Concertinas", sent from Lachenal & Co on 13th May 1912 to a Mr Percy Tams in Stoke on Trent.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.1.1-037.
An original photographic postcard of "Percy Honri and his Band".

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.1.1-038.
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The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.1.1-039.
(NOTE: Supplied as -038, but that number already used.CHECK THIS AND SUBSEQUENT!! wes)
A black and white postcard of the blind concertina player George Young, together with Mrs Young. Postally unused, "Hines, Printer, Sunderland".

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.1.1-040.
(NOTE: SEE -038 CHECK THIS!! wes)
A sepia photographic post card of "Miss Minnie Paget", holding her unique Duet-style rectangular concertina.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.1.1-041.
One of a group of publicity cards, adverts and postcards of “George Young, Blind Musician”.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.1.1-042.
A good image of a young man playing a square Bandoneon

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.1.1-043.
A modern colour print post card of a sombre clown playing a good representation of a metal-ended British Anglo concertina

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.1.1-044.
A rare photographic card of W H Maccann, brother of John Hill Maccann who developed the fingering system that bears his name.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.1.2-001.
A British photo-postcard of “The Manchester English Concertina Band”.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.1.2-002.
A British photo-postcard of “The Premier English Concertina Band

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.1.2-003.
A British photo-postcard of 23 soldiers (WW1 era)

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.1.2-004.
A British photo-postcard of four African gents seated on a fence

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.1.2-005.
A British photo-postcard of “The Heywood English Concertina Prize Band.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.1.2-006.
A larger post card-type photo mounted upon a CdV card: 14 bowler-hatted, moustachioed & pipe-smoking gentlemen

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.1.2-007.
Small advert card for the “Jolly Companions Concertina Circle, Grand May Ball at Jung’s Hall

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.1.2-008.
A British photo-postcard of “The Premier English Concertina Band

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.1.2-009.
Print taken from Item on eBay: Stage show

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.1.2-010.
US Promotional Card for “Peters Bros Concertina Club, Menomenee Falls

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.1.2-011.
Frail pink paper promo sheet for an appearance of the “WA (Western Australia) Concertina Band

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.1.2-012.
A British photo-postcard of "The Premier English Concertina Band",

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.1.2-013.
A 1930s photo postcard of "The West End Minstrels" of Morecambe, Lancashire, postally used on 7th June 1938.†

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.1.2-014.
A modern French advertising postcard, one of a series publicising the "16e Festival International Du Cirque - Monte Carlo, 1991".

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.1.2-015.
A sepia photographic post card of the "Premier English Concertina Band", the sixteen band members in smart† uniforms (the conductor in evening dress, the three ladies† in long dresses.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.2-001.
Colour post card, Portuguese origin: two kittens in socks

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.2-002.
Colour post cards, French origin, of four Black children

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.2-003.
French colour post card of elegant lady with huge concertina

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.2-004.
Photo-card of bizarre sailor doll, astride a “Doppel Biere” bottle

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.2-005.
French colour-print post card: 3 kittens in canoe

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.2-006.
French colour-print post card: Monkey playing multi-bellowed Anglo

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.2-007.
Large modern French Art Print post card of Clown playing Anglo concertina

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.2-008.
One of the many variants of the “Three Kittens plus Anglo Concertina” card

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.2-009.
One of the many variants of the “Three Kittens plus Anglo Concertina” card

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.2-010.
One of the many variants of the “Three Kittens plus Anglo Concertina” card

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.2-011.
One of the many variants of the “Three Kittens plus Anglo Concertina” card

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.2-012.
One of the many variants of the “Three Kittens plus Anglo Concertina” card

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.2-013.
German B&W photo card of curly headed toddler holding square toy Anglo.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.2-014.
Large German colour print of a small girl who is entertaining her fluffy dog with an octagonal Anglo concertina.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.2-015.
Pre-war German colour post card of 4 striped clowns

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.2-016.
A coloured crimped-edge postcard of a be-clogged little Dutch boy playing a many-bellowed concertina

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.2-017.
A coloured and crimped-edge French “Disney” postcard, of Pinocchio dancing to Gepetto’s concertina playing,

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.2-018.
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The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.2-019.
Postcard of Germanic girl in lederhosen, holding a hexagonal German multi-bellowed Anglo with fancy bellows.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.2-020.
Postcard of Germanic girl dressed in sailor's clothes and cap, dragging apart by the hand-straps a hexagonal German multi-bellowed Anglo with fancy bellows.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.2-021.
Postcard of Germanic girl dressed in Romany-style† waistcoat, shawl and bonnet, holding (with the keys unfortunately under her palms rather than her fingers!) a plain hexagonal German multi-bellowed Anglo.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.2-022.
Postcard of red-nosed girl dressed in gingham frock, and pigtails: she sings with a small boy, who's holding a hexagonal German multi-bellowed Anglo.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.2-023.
A most unusual double-sided colour post card from the Bazaar, Exchange and Mart Series, in which the Address side has a dapper gent holding a many bellowed Anglo concertina

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.3-001.
A British colour post card by Mabel Lucie Attwell, of a shirted boy

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.3-002.
A Belgian colour post card, the matt print of two cats

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.3-003.
A British colour-print post card of a cat serenading a crying puppy

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.3-004.
A British colour-print post card of a cat serenading a crying puppy

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.3-005.
A British colour-print post card of a jovial couple, one playing Concertina.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.3-006.
A British colour-print post card of a jovial couple, one playing Concertina.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.3-007.
A British colour-print post card with both image and panel of faux-handwritten copy to front, of a group of fishermen

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.3-008.
A British colour post card by Mabel Lucie Attwell, of 2 toddlers and a puppy

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.3-009.
A Bamforth “Merry Message” Card No G174, with a large group of pixies and bunnies

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.3-010.
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The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.3-011.
A British “Valentines & Sons” post card

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.3-012.
A British “Valentine’s Series No 4034” post card of WW1 era

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.3-013.
A Dutch colour printed post card, of a Pierrot with a concertina

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.3-014.
One of two WW1 Era postcards with a colour cartoon of a soldier on a trench dugout

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.3-015.
One of two WW1 Era postcards with a colour cartoon of a soldier on a trench dugout

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.3-016.
One of a series of photographic postcards featuring a trio (occasionally a duo) of young girls in smocks

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.3-017.
One of a series of photographic postcards featuring a trio (occasionally a duo) of young girls in smocks

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.3-018.
One of a series of photographic postcards featuring a trio (occasionally a duo) of young girls in smocks

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.3-019.
One of a series of photographic postcards featuring a trio (occasionally a duo) of young girls in smocks

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.3-020.
One of a series of photographic postcards featuring a trio (occasionally a duo) of young girls in smocks

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.3-021.
One of a series of photographic postcards featuring a trio (occasionally a duo) of young girls in smocks

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.3-022.
A colour print card of two children, one playing an 8-sided concertina

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.3-023.
A Bamforth comic card of a drunk lying against a wall, concertina and pipe by his side

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.3-024.
A Bamforth comic card of a drunken lady outside the King's Arms

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.3-025.
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The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.3-026.
A colour cartoon postcard of a lively couple dancing outside a saloon bar, and headed “Musical Amateurs”,

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.3-027.
A colour print comic postcard, divided rear, of a trio of lads in a rowboat, with the bowler-hatted gent at the helm playing a concertina.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.3-028.
A British colour-print Donald McGill comic post card of a raucous concertina player disturbing an entire neighbourhood, headed "We're enjoying peace and quietness!"

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.3-029.
A colour Dudley Hardy post card of a scruffy busker, playing an octagonal concertina

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.3-030.
A British “Valentine’s Series No 4034” post card of WW1 era of a group of relaxed soldiers, headed “Getting ready for the Invasion

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.3-031.
A novelty colour post card of a dapper black anglo player, with top-hat at his feet, singing “Ever of Thee!!”

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.1-001.
One of the many variants of the “Three Kittens plus Anglo Concertina” card

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.1-002.
One of the many variants of the “Three Kittens plus Anglo Concertina” card

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.1-003.
One of the many variants of the “Three Kittens plus Anglo Concertina” card

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.1-004.
A cut and profiled ‘stand-up’ Birthday Card of a large bunny holding a crude concertina

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.1-005.
A 1950s embossed colour photo post card, with large “6” and “Six Today

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.1-006.
A German colour cartoon postcard: two toddlers, one seated with concertina

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.1-007.
A 1950s sepia photo stand-up card, with large “8” and “Good luck on your eighth birthday

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.1-008.
German colour cartoon postcard of Charlie Chaplin playing trumpet

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.1-009.
An Austrian colour print post card, of a fearsome cartoon cat with an Anglo concertina

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.1-010.
A German photo-cards of two girls, one with large Anglo-German concertina

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.1-011.
A German colour cartoon post card

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.1-012.
One of the many variant postcards of the "Three Kittens plus Anglo Concertina"

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.1-013.
A 'cute' 1930s Birthday postcard of a tinted youngster holding a basic German Anglo concertina, while smiling and festooned with streamers.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.1-014.
A 1950s embossed colour photo post card, with large “6” and “Joyous be your Sixth Birthday

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.1-015.
A 1950s embossed colour photo post card, with large “6” and “A Happy Birthday

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.1-016.
One of the many variants of the “Three Kittens plus Anglo Concertina” card

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.2-001.
A French New year postcard, with a smiling lass clad Lederhosen holding a large German Anglo concertina

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.2-002.
An early embossed German colour postcard, undivided rear, printers' details "S. W. 294 Printed in Germany".

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.2-003.
A Belgian colour postcard, divided rear, postally-used, with printers' details 1470 - 4. The image is of two pointy-hatted gnomes in a snowy scene, the one playing a green German concertina,

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.2-004.
An English postcard, divided rear, postally-used on Christmas eve 1907.† The sepia image is of four children as clowns and marionettes holding blank boards, and led by a top-hatted negro child playing a many-bellowed concertina.†

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.2-005.
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The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.2-006.
A Dutch colour postcard, divided rear, postally-used on 31st Dec 1930, with printers' details "W S+S B 8495 Import 3465". The image is of two children under a giant mushroom, the one playing a green many-bellowed German concertina,

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.2-007.
A Dutch colour postcard, divided rear, postally-used on 27th† Dec 1933, with printers' details "W S+S B 8495 Import 3465". The image is of two children under a giant mushroom, the one playing a green many-bellowed German concertina, the other holding some flowers.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.3-001.
One of a group of 'cute' mini Valentine cards, including stand-ups and more conventional formats

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.3-002.
One of a group of 'cute' mini Valentine cards, including stand-ups and more conventional formats

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.3-003.
One of a group of 'cute' mini Valentine cards, including stand-ups and more conventional formats

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.3-004.
One of a group of 'cute' mini Valentine cards, including stand-ups and more conventional formats

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.3-005.
One of a group of 'cute' mini Valentine cards, including stand-ups and more conventional formats

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.3-006.
One of a group of 'cute' mini Valentine cards, including stand-ups and more conventional formats

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.3-007.
One of a group of 'cute' mini Valentine cards, including stand-ups and more conventional formats

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.3-008.
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The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.3-009.
A Bamforth comic card, (Series No 1183) of a lady (possibly used as a Valentine?) outside the King's Arms

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.3-010.
A large Trade Sample of a mechanical stand-up Valentine, with a cheeky chappie in cowboy clothes

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.3-011.
One of a group of four 1940s-era American Valentines, all featuring comic usage of concertinas, and sent to various children between 1942 and 1963.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.3-012.
One of a group of four 1940s-era American Valentines, all featuring comic usage of concertinas, and sent to various children between 1942 and 1963.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.3-013.
One of a group of four 1940s-era American Valentines, all featuring comic usage of concertinas, and sent to various children between 1942 and 1963.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.3-014.
One of a group of four 1940s-era American Valentines, all featuring comic usage of concertinas, and sent to various children between 1942 and 1963.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.4-001.
A humorous postcard of a line of dancing holidaymakers on the Prom at Southend

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.4-002.
A humorous postcard of a charabanc-load of lively holidaymakers

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.4-003.
A humorous postcard of a trio of boat-rowing holidaymakers

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.4-004.
A humorous postcard of a couple of singing holidaymakers

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.4-005.
A humorous postcard of a couple of singing holidaymakers

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.4-006.
A humorous postcard of a duo of musicians

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.4-007.
A humorous postcard of a couple of singing holidaymakers

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.4-008.
A humorous postcard of a trio of singing holidaymakers

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.4-009.
A humorous postcard of a rowing boat-load of lively holidaymakers

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.4-010.
A humorous postcard of a well-wrapped fellow

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.4-011.
A good Tom Browne humorous post card, with three joyful cartoon holidaymakers singing, with concertina and mouth-organ, on "Hampstead Heath - Bank Holiday".

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.4-012.
A humorous postcard of a couple of singing holidaymakers

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.5-001.
A German 'Happy Easter" card, with a large yellow chick

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.5-002.
This Christmas postcard is one of the many variants of the "Three Kittens plus Anglo Concertina" card

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.5-003.
This Easter postcard is one of the many variants of the "Three Kittens plus Anglo Concertina"

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.5-004.
An American"Loving Easter Greeting" card, with a large yellow chick

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.5-005.
A Swedish Christmas card featuring a red-hatted gnome playing an Anglo-German concertina.†

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.2.4.5-006.
This modern Christmas card (received 2011) is by Sally Mitchell Cards, sold to benefit the Countryside Alliance (Motto - “Love the Countyside” - except, of course, certain furry mammals...)

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.4-001.
A full-page magazine advert for "The Maidenform Concertina Bra" from Life Magazine, 24th April 1964.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.4-002.
A full-page magazine advert for "The Maidenform Concertina Girdle" from True Story Magazine, 1966.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.4-003.
A full-page magazine advert for "The Maidenform Concertina Bra"

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.4-004.
A full-page magazine advert for "The Maidenform Concertina Girdle"

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.4-005.
The original Sheet Music for "Poppa Piccolino"

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.4-006.
The original Sheet Music for "If I could only play a Concertina", sung by Russ Morgan

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.4-007.
The original Sheet Music for "If I could only play a Concertina", sung by Russ Morgan

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.4-008.
The original Sheet Music for "My Concertina", as featured in the Paramount picture "The Princess comes across".

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.4-009.
A full-page magazine advert for "Old Golds" American cigarettes, from Everywoman's Magazine, April 1954.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.4-010.
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The Concertina Museum Ref:3.4-021.
A colourful American advertising card for Horsford's Acid Phosphate

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.4-022.
A large colour American magazine advert (260 x 344mm) for Old Crow Bourbon

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.4-023.
A large colour American magazine advert (260 x 344mm) for Hiram Walker's Gin

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.4-024.
An advert for a "Concertina Wallet" from the Observer Magazine dated 14th Nov 2004.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.4-025.
A large colour American magazine advert (248 x 318mm) for Pabco Inlaid Linoleum

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.4-026.
A colour page from a calendar (dated October 1957) featuring an image of a scantily-clad girl

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.4-027.
A large B&W American magazine advert (260 x 340mm) for American Optical

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.4-028.
A large B&W American magazine advert (280 x 355mm) for American Optical

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.4-029.
A large framed calendar for the year 1914, produced as an advert for W Gill & Sons, Family Grocers, Sheffield. The large full-colour print above the calendar and address is of a cheeky boy in straw-filled barn, playing a large Anglo concertina

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.5-001.
One of a series of sets of scraps featuring the inventions of Sir Charles Wheatstone

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.5-002.
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The Concertina Museum Ref:3.5-003.
One of a series of sets of scraps featuring the inventions of Sir Charles Wheatstone

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.5-004.
One of a series of sets of scraps featuring the inventions of Sir Charles Wheatstone

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.5-005.
One of a series of sets of scraps featuring the inventions of Sir Charles Wheatstone

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.5-006.
One of a series of sets of scraps featuring the inventions of Sir Charles Wheatstone

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.5-007.
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The Concertina Museum Ref:3.5-008.
A German stand-up card or scrap with central rivet/pivot, of a capped lad playing a square concertina

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.5-009.
A large rounded scrap or card of a young girl on a window sill

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.5-010.
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The Concertina Museum Ref:3.5-011.
A small single scrap of a black performer

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.5-012.
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The Concertina Museum Ref:3.5-013.
A fine set of seven Victorian scraps, of young black Minstrel lads in various costumes and some playing various instruments, including an Anglo concertina, melodeon, and penny whistle.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.5-014.
A cluster of 13 Military-themed scrapbook-scraps, some with their name-tags still attached, that includes two scraps of a uniformed soldier playing an octagonal concertina.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.5-015.
A coloured stand-up Valentine scrap, of a young lass playing her concertina to a crowned frog seated on a heart!

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.6-001.
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A "Ringer's Cigarettes" card, No 5 in the "Edwards, Ringer & Bigg" Series on "Musical Instruments" .

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.8-001.
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The Concertina Museum Ref:3.8-002.
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A modern reprint of "The Best of Fragments from France by Capt Bruce Bairnsfather". Bairnsfather was the leading cartoonist of the First World War, and many of his cartoons included concertina-playing soldiers in the trenches.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.8-006.
A bound volume of "Punch Magazine" for July to December 1897, in which Page 206 features a political cartoon of Lord Rosebery playing a concertina in the street.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.8-007.
Page No 24 from "Country Life", 27th November 1997, announcing an exhibition of "The Illustrators", the page featuring a cartoon by William Heath Robinson entitled "The Musician"

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.9-001.
A children's' cartoon book entitled "Droopsi", in which the young character plays and carries around a many-bellowed concertina.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.9-002.
A children's' cartoon book entitled "Captain Jeff and the Squeeze Box", in which a home-made peg-legged sailor puppet is given a toy paper concertina for various adventures.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.9-003.
A colour children's book "The Pondles - the concertina - as seen on TV"

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.9-004.
A colour children's book "Tingo and his Magic Concertina", publ: TAC-Strong & Co, Detroit, 1947.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.9-005.
A paperback first edition of "Concertina - The Life and Loves of a dominatrix", by Susan Winemaker. Publ Pocket Books, 2008.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.9-006.
A third paperback edition of George Melly's "Rum, Bum and Concertina", publ: 1977.

The Concertina Museum Ref:3.9-007.
A colour children's book "Tingo and his Magic Concertina", publ: TAC-Strong & Co, Detroit, 1947.

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