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Harmony advertisement (1965)

The integrity of the Harmony guitar is known by the integrity of its maker

Harmony H77, Harmony 1260 acoustic

Harmony advertisement (1965) The integrity of the Harmony guitar is known by the integrity of its maker

Mid sixties Harmony adverts for two instruments. The semi-acoustic H-77 and the 1260 acoustic

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