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Help identifying vintage accordion

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I was going through my families house and found a vintage accordion with no make or model number. There was a small tag on the back that stated it was made in Italy. There is a decal on the front that may suggest the brand which is included in the pictures I am posting. Any assistance identifying the brand and its possible worth is much appreciated.
 

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JIM D.

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A mediocre made student model that was imported with many different badges for dealers in the 50's to 60's .
Gabbanelli made many of these for import.
 

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A mediocre made student model that was imported with many different badges for dealers in the 50's to 60's .
Gabbanelli made many of these for import.
Thank you for the info Jim! Any idea how much it could be sold for?
 

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Can't say for sure without an inspection. Used accordions that are white & yellowed don't fetch much. The size if the keyboard will affect the resale price as keyboards of 16 to 17 inch will fetch less that a model with an 18 to 19 inch keyboard.
And also the condition of the straps & case will affect it's value.
 
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