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  1. Hi there! I am trying to date this guitar that belonged to my great great uncle, Snoozer Quinn. I think L0 or L00 Attached is a photo I took inside the sound hole. It either says 724 or 1724... can't be certain with the block printing technique. Any ideas?
  2. My mom carried this old Gibson with her in the Navy. It still sounds amazing! From what I could research I believe it to be a 1930 L-0 12 fret flattop. FON is 9755. The reason why I say 1930 is because I found the 1931 version with the same FON online. A few guitar enthusiast dropped the name Nick Lucas? Is it possible this is one of very few of his that survived? Any help would be appreciated as we are looking to sell this beautiful guitar! I’m loving the research process with these beautiful works of art!
  3. My mom carried this old Gibson with her in the Navy. It still sounds amazing! From what I could research I believe it to be a 1930 L-0 12 fret flattop. FON is 9755. The reason why I say 1930 is because I found the 1931 version with the same FON online. A few guitar enthusiast dropped the name Nick Lucas? Is it possible this is one of very few of his that survived? Any help would be appreciated as we are looking to sell this beautiful guitar! I’m loving the research process with these beautiful works of art!
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