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  1. Many thanks for all of your comments and help. I would imagine my father would have bought it in London, UK either before or after WWII and it was well looked after as he loved playing it. If anyone might know of reputable dealer(s) in the UK, that would be great to know too. Many thanks again.
  2. Hello,I am trying to find out more information about my father's guitar and its value and hope someone might be able to help me.I emailed pictures to the Gibson customer care team in US and Europe and was told it was possibly made in 1935 or 1935-41 for the export market, possibly a L-00 sunburst. I have also found a picture online (and I think on the Gibson forum) of a very similar looking guitar called a Trojan for the export market .. http://truevintageguitar.com/1936-gibson-trojan/.Looking at the number - info below - I found a link that listed 136A as being from 1935 but belonging to L-1
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