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Swiss accordion museum


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Website of a Swiss accordion museum with historic accordions from 1830 to 1945. A nice collection of some 500 accordions ! 


A Polish accordion from circa 1915 (not restored yet), bit out of tune but in playing condition :
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[color=var(--ytd-video-primary-info-renderer-title-color, var(--yt-spec-text-primary))][font=Roboto, Arial, sans-serif]https://akkordeon-museum.ch/piotr-stamirowski-c-f-ca-1915/[/font][/color]

[color=var(--ytd-video-primary-info-renderer-title-color, var(--yt-spec-text-primary))][font=Roboto, Arial, sans-serif]https://akkordeon-museum.ch/chromatische-instrumente/  [/font][/color]

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Youre welcome. I just stumbled upon this after watching a YT video with the ca 1915 Polish accordion.
The website says this Swiss accordion museum is to be opened for public in 2020. Its located not too far from Bern, in a small village.

The museum has 2 very early accordions from the 1830s, one from Cyrill Demian (with originial reedplates in it !), and from Müller (also original reedplates, some repaired) !


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