Gestohlenes Instrument

Großbritannien (UK)
Großbritannien (UK)
Veröffentlicht am: 07 Jan 2020

Hurdy Gurdy, flat back with guitar-shaped body made by Richard Smith, in black coffin-shaped case

Hurdy Gurdy, flat back with guitar-shaped body made by Richard Smith, in black coffin-shaped case, pic 1
Hurdy Gurdy, flat back with guitar-shaped body made by Richard Smith, in black coffin-shaped case, pic 2
Hurdy Gurdy, flat back with guitar-shaped body made by Richard Smith, in black coffin-shaped case, pic 3
Click images to enlarge

Stolen: 22 Dec 2019 - 8pm - Muswell Hill, London, N10

Beschreibung des Instruments:
A flat-back, guitar-shaped hurdy-gurdy, inscribed "Richard Smith #3, Bookham, Surrey, 1980" on inside of keybox lid. Has distinctive short but deep scratch across the forehead of the carved figure on the headstock. Leather strap attached, with Chris Eaton's mark on the back. Handle NOT in case, so instrument unplayable as stolen.
Owner:
James Larcombe






Whilst musicalchairs makes every effort to ensure that the information listed IS accurate, fair AND genuine, we cannot take responsibility if it transpires that an advert has misled.