M. Hohner 1964. It was John Lennon who played harmonica for the Beatles on songs Love me do, Please please me, Chains, From me to you, There's a place, (Twist&Shout) Thank you girl, I'll get you, (The second Album). Littlechild, (Beatlemania). I'm a loser, (Beatles'65). I remember you, (The lost Hamburg tapes).
This harmonica was another part of Beatle-mania, made by Hohner. Harmonica & box on a pictured display card . Each kit contained two top Beatle song hits, a basic harmonica instruction chart and a signed photograph. Only the box has "The Beatles faces on it." The Harmonica is a generic Hohner.
Sold for $2.98 each.
Fr.Hotz. Length 4 inches,10 single holes,20 reeds, brassed plates. Convex covers finely nickel-plated with open back. Each instrument contained in a hinged box. 1960's.
Early 1900's - Doerfel's International
Harmonica with celluloid shell. The celebrated Doerfel's International concert system. Justly famous for the general excellence of it's make and the remarkable purity and harmony and tone. Has ten holes; forty best reeds; brass reed plates and a especially desirable feature, the celluloid case, which adds not only tone but also to the ease of playing. Price, each .45 per dozen $4.75. Sears Robuck Catalog 1897
Automatic harmonica that plays a music roll just like a player piano. All you have to do is insert a roll and turn the handle while you blow; rolls were made in over 200 songs ($1.50 each) Complete with one roll,1925.
M Hohner, length 51/8 inches, a tremolo instrument with 16 double holes, 32 reeds, brass plates, nickel-plated covers with handsomely etched designs and turned in ends. Packed in fancy hinged box with appropriate design in six different colors. Available in all keys.1924 - 1938.
M Hohner, 10 single holes, 20 reeds, brass plates form a complete housing to cover harmonica holes while not in use. A slight pressure on the corners automatically brings the harmonica into playing position,1929 - 1931.
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