I have one that I heard came over during WW! and may be even older than that. The new ones from China cost $299 howeve3r my antique one is in perfect shape. I have heard that unless they are from the first few years after 1832 when first made, that their value may not be that high- but it is worth restoring.
hohner atlanticiv de luxe
hohner accordion carved wooden material, the worlds best made in germany.circa 1800
according to a model list for Hohner found at this addresshttp://www.hohner.eu/upload/links/l_00000558_Hohner%20Akkordeon%20Modelle%2006_2006.pdf and depending if it is a button or a piano accordion the student 1 model was made between (button) 1937 to 1939 and (piano) 1938 to 1940
what value would you put on a club model 1 meledon very old
A Hohner accordion can be located throughout the internet, from several retailers and many auction websites such as eBay. They may also be found at a local music store.
It was made in Germany from 1958-1961. It is the top of the Hohner Tango Line. It is known for its rich triple musette tuning LMMM. The large bellows with 4/5 reeds makes it a wonderful instrument to own.
look at E-bay side's
Martin Hohner was born in 1982, in Munich, Bavaria, Germany.
A Hohner Verdi ll could be worth anywhere from $100 to many thousands of dollars it depends on many things such as age? how many basses it has? the shape of the accordion? how are the reeds and so on
Pigini Mythos - $40kHohner Gola, depending on customized specs, $30k+.It's not the brand that makes the accordion expensive, but the degree of quality of materials used and the master craftsmanship skills of the builders.
A Hohner Erica. My guess would be in the keys of D and G, although it could be A/D or G/C.
Hohner Saxophones built by Max Keilwerth in Germany from early 1950s until late 1960s
It depends this is an old accordion probably over 70 years old and very rare. If it's in good shape probably between 400 and 500 euros. Excellent shape - 600, 700 euros.
Hundreds of companies have manufactured accordions over the years. A few better known from the past and present include: Hohner, Scandalli, Excelsior, Bugari and Acme.
Not even a dime
Hohner is a brand of musical instruments. Hohner makes everything from harmonicas to clarinets to accordians. Hohner is a very popular and reliable brand of instruments.
Martin Hohner is 175 cm.
Heinz Hohner died in 1967.
Heinz Hohner was born in 1907.
Accordions that are 100 years old won't be worth a lot as they will require a lot of repairing and tuning. It will cost you a lot of money to repair it so you would be better off keeping it. If you can play this accordion, then it might worth something but if not it's not worth your while trying to sell it.
"Two of my favorite things are sitting on my front porch smoking a pipe of sweet hemp, and playing my Hohner harmonica." - Abraham Lincoln (from a letter written by Lincoln during his presidency to the head of the Hohner Harmonica Company in Germany)
hohner 7854/48 c 1-025.181-4811/0 worth
It a hand held accordeon made in Germany for St Louis .