Accordion; 1880-1900; 13145

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Accordion

About this object

Wooden accordion with leather bellows and metal corner pieces, made in Saxony, now part of Germany.

The sound is made by squeezing the accordion, which operates a bellows Accordions were first used in Britain in the 1830s, and often accompany folk music.

Date Made

1880-1900

Measurements

255mm h x 300mm w

Collection

Hitchin Museum

Object Type

Accordion

Object number

13145

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