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Epiphone Olympic Shipping Figures

production stats for the Epiphone Olympic and Olympic Special

Shipping figures for the Epiphone Olympic and Epiphone Olympic Special are quite respectable; in fact these are (Kalamazoo-built) Epiphones best selling guitars.

In total the two-pickup Epiphone Olympic Double sold the most: 5082 guitars, although not too many more than the single pickup Epiphone Olympic: 4697, the Olympic Special still sold relatively well in the mid 1960s: 2992.

  1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 total
Olympic Special SB721       331 554 819 522 135 25 88 2474
Olympic Special SB721 MV         48 470         518
Olympic SB722 Sunburst finish 98 276 309 136 519 1556 731 251 211 97 4184
Olympic SB722 Cherry finish             56 198 144 47 445
Olympic SB722 MV         68           68
Olympic SB722D Sunburst finish 3 143 152 212 584 1577 55 228 82 62 3098
Olympic SB722D Cherry finish       818     849 99 57 30 1853
Olympic SB722 MV         131           131
Olympic SB722 3/4 40 45 40 20             145

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