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Keymn

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My daughter in Law bought this at an auction. They sent me this picture. Anyone have/had one of these? I think it is an Excelsior 320? But I am not there to see it in person...
 

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Larry,

I believe Accordiana was a brand associated with Excelsior as you have deduced. Check to see if it has one of these plates in it anywhere:-



This is an Accordiana badge which clearly shows the Excelsior connection.



And a similar model in black.



May still have one of these plates on it:-
 

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I do not believe this is a 320. Accordiana was made by excelsior, but the 320s that I have seen are 4 reed accordions, with register switches for the sounds. This does not look like that. This is how they look:
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Coreyman97

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Hi-
New member and accordion player wannabe. I just purchased this same accordion in the above photo - Excelsior Accordiana 320, with the E emblem and the register choices spelled out. Any idea what years this specific model was made?

It's a beautiful accordion.
Thanks,
Corey
 
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