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The short answer is, it's worth what someone is willing to pay for it.This could vary widely depending on where -- and by what method -- the accordion is being sold (by an individual on Craigslist or e Bay, at a pawn shop or antique store, by a reputable accordion shop, and also by geographic region; the same instrument might fetch a higher price in New York City than it would in rural Arkansas).definitely the same make as the late 60s Silvertone guitars, just the body and headstock are shaped like a Tele. i've had a similar guitar here for 20 years, Sears badge with a sort of Strat style body and gumby headstock. i'd guess the date of this one to be around '67 to '72 or so?After some more research I found another one on an old Reverb listing.
Any Adolphe Sax instrument sold after this date was most likely already made or assemble from pre-existing parts.Appraising an accordion's value is not a straightforward process, because they generally do not have "Blue Book values" like many other instruments (such as guitars) do.Below, we offer some information to assist those who may be looking to sell their accordion., Pixabay switched the old sitewide license for all uploads from Creative Commons CC0 to the Pixabay license which does not meet the free content licensing requirements for Commons.Therefore, media published on Pixabay from onwards is not considered to be freely licensed and can't be accepted on Commons.
"Vintage Hohner Tele copy believed to be made in Japan in the 70's.