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As far as the model I believe it to be similar to this one A TB-0 that is in the companies transitional phase when each build was a bit unique.All the wood is in good shape no warping what so ever.I paid 0, which seems to be the going rate (from what little previous sales information I could find on e Bay, craigslist, and auction-house sites) for similar instruments in the low-end range of the Gibson MB line.
) There are many "gaps" in the batch runs, as far as the "known" banjos as of today.
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Whatever else you see in the [small, from the craigslist listing] attached pics.
to an MB-Jr that Elderly was selling (and thanx to Elderly for leaving pics of sold instruments accessible! Not quite like yours; this has a totally plain, non-snakehead headstock, but it does have a nine-inch shell. With regard to the "serial number," not clear whether you have a serial number or a factory order number, both of which were affixed to Gibson instruments.
When traders brought African slaves to America, the slaves brought their own music—and musical instruments—with them. With a body made from a gourd, the banjo was first reported in 1620 by the captain of a ship on the Gambia River.