Dating vegaphone banjo
I find the more I know of its history the more I am drawn into it.You may now see our list and photos of women who are in your area and meet your preferences.This is a useful endeavor, because in my experience even the factory records can sometimes be misleading.I've found numerous errors in other lists of this type.After the fire, Vega bought the rights to Fairbanks, and hired Fairbanks' Manager, David L.Day to continue managing the line of Vega-made "Fairbanks" banjos.
I presently own a Chickering piano which is listed in the atlas as being produced in 1914, even though the factory date stamps show it as being made in 1907, and on my tuning and rebuilding jobs I've encountered many other instruments with date stamps and signatures that didn't jibe with the dates Bob Pierce had collected. I have 2 bills of sales so far, one does not fit the model at all..(They are NOT a 'coded' format.)However, current thinking (thanks to Hank Schwartz) is that 999 numbers were assigned per year -- from the start, in 1880.So thereare gaps at the high end of each thousand series -- since Fairbanksnever made more that 1000 banjos year.Again, please keep their identity a secret Click on the "Continue" button search with your zip/postal code.Note: After considering the Pickin' list of known F&C serial numbers where the total number produced was evenly divided among the 10 years of producton, I decided that it was not unlikely that F&C actually started a new series with each passing year.