c1960s SONOLA 41 TREBLE 120 BASS ACCORDION
This classic accordion was built the highly respected Sonola factory in the Italian town of Castalfidardo, and would be ideal for anybody requiring the full range of notes, but who doesn't want the weight and bulk of a standard size 120 bass, 41 treble key accordion.
Circa mid 1960's it has a white mother of pearl finish and it's orginal case. The bellows are in very good condition with no air leakage but some superficial damage on the bottom (pictured).
It is probable that this accordion was made for the Australian market as it branded "Distributed By Ron Pearce Music Co Ltd Adelaide" and it is difficult to find an exact match for it on the internet.
There's also a program from a 1962 performance by Enzo Toppano at the Adelaide Town Hall as presented by Ron Pearce Music.
The case measures 52 x 47 x 22cm deep
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