Ah yes - I didnt see that. Now the figure beneath that looks like a 16th note ..Soulsaver wrote:
I can't make it out... but the 'J' you say, I think looks like a G clef with the top slightly consealed...
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Sam Ferri imported accordions from Morbidini in the 40's & 50's with his brand name ( mostly diamond). Very similar to the Crown badge accordions imported at the same period. All I've found in all models were of fine quality for the time.
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Just an abbreviated 'new accordian day' - kind of a celebratory note after having pursued one for several years.Howie wrote:Pardon my ignorance, what does "NAD" stand for in the title of the thread?
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Thanks, I was pretty sure you hadn't discovered a new musical variety of nicotinamide adenine dinucleotidecat wrote: Just an abbreviated 'new accordian day' - kind of a celebratory note after having pursued one for several years.
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