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  1. Sorry for the confusion. It's an Olympic 16295, not a 19295. My father was a player, but I'm not. I inherited it because it has good memories for me. I have thought about learning, but haven't really decided. It's in pretty good condition for a 70yr old guitar, however the neck has some issues so I would have to get it restored if I want to play it. I'll look at the sites listed and see if I can get more information. Thanks guys.
  2. I have recently inherited an Epiphone Olympic model 19295 from my father. I have found that it was made in Philadelphia in 1941, but have been unable to estimate what it is worth. Where would I find that out? Also, what kind of care do I do to a vintage guitar? I want to it to be well cared for, but I don't want to do anything that would compromise it's value and sound. I have also posted this in the Epiphone forum. Thanks everyone in advance for your help.
  3. I have recently inherited an Epiphone Olympic model 19295 from my father. I have found that it was made in Philadelphia in 1941, but have been unable to estimate what it is worth. Where would I find that out? Also, what kind of care do I do to a vintage guitar? I want to it to be well cared for, but I don't want to do anything that would compromise it's value and sound. Thanks everyone in advance for your help.
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