Accordion, Piano

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Giorgini Camerano piano accordion. It is black and white with one hundred and twenty small buttons on the right side and forty one piano keys on the left. The right hand side has five push buttons which control the notes of the instrument. The buttons from top to bottom read "Super", "Medio", "Complesso", "Grave" and "Bassetto". On the left hand side are the push buttons which control the base notes. They read from top to bottom "Ottavino", "Flauto", "Clarinetto", "Violino", "Celeste", "Complesso", "Armonica", "Organo", "Sassofano", "Baudoneou" and "Fagotto". The bellows which force the air over the needs which produce the sounds are located in the middle of the two sets of keys and buttons. Brown leather shoulder straps are at the rear of the instrument. The accordion has its original case. The case is black with three metal clasps at the front and a handle at the top. It has a red felt lining on the inside.
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This piano accordion is thought to date from the 1930s.
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