Dating wheatstone concertina
So if there are any parts that you need that are not listed on the website, either email or ring me to see if I have them or can source them.
Come visit the shop to see our fine selection of concertinas, button accordions, piano accordions, and chromatic accordions.
These accordions are fully chromatic and suitable for jazz, classical, folk, and popular music.
Chromatic button accordions are fully chromatic and play the same note on the push and on the pull.
We have a wide variety of vintage Wheatstone, Jeffries, and Lachenal concertinas, among others.
If you don't see an instrument you're looking for in our current inventory, please contact us for ordering information.
The right-hand fingerboard consists of 3 to 5 rows of buttons arranged chromatically, and the left-hand side features bass and chords.
Diatonic button accordions play a different note on the push and on the pull.
All parts are made by myself and can take time when I am busy.
I have many parts available (too many to list), plus access to a large amount of items including complete action boards (mainly English but a few Anglo and Duet) including buttons etc.
Jefferys, Parade Street, Paddington, W.”—a doubly misspelled reference to Charles Jeffries, Praed Street.
The later versions of Jeffries’ firm names have been found only in London post office and trade directories.