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Vintage catalogues produced by Selmer

Selmer catalogues

Selmer distributed instruments by a number of major makers in the United Kingdom. Amongst the guitars were models by Gibson, Fender, Hagstrom, Futurama and Yamaha, although it is perhaps Hofner with which they have the closest association. Have a look through some of the catalogues reproduced below, for a look at the Selmer line at different points in the 1960s and 70s.

1960 Selmer catalogue 1964 Selmer catalogue 1966 Selmer catalogue 1970 Selmer catalogue
1960 Hofner and Futurama catalogue - electric and acoustic guitars, acoustic upright basses 1964 Hofner, Futurama, Hagstrom, Espana and Serlan catalogue - electric and acoustic guitars 1966 Hofner, Hagstrom, and Gibson catalogue - electric and acoustic guitars 1970 Gibson, Yamaha and Hofner catalogue - electric and acoustic guitars

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Selmer, Hagstrom and Hofner catalogues for sale

There are 2 comments on this article so far. Add your comment
saint andrew Comment left 9th March 2015 10:10:03
I would like to get hold of a copy of the 64 Selmer brochure (hofner) can you help? TA
Mr.Alan Johnson Comment left 1st April 2016 22:10:32
I am looking for the 1968/9, Selmer Catalogue, or guitar section same year

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