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History of Hohner accordions
« on: December 07, 2008, 01:37:23 PM »

While searching for information about the Preciosa I found this:

http://www.hohner.eu/upload/links/l_00000558_Hohner%20Akkordeon%20Modelle%2006_2006.pdf

If you run this through Google Translate you find some interesting bits, like:

Liliput  Club  21 +4   1935-40  Preciosa in superior equipment
Preciosa  Club  21 +4  1935 -1943  Miniature instrument, celluloid

Which suggests that both were made for only a very short time stopping during WWII, not into the late 40's or early 50's.

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