Details about Vintage 4 String Ukulele-Banjo (Banjolele) ‘DOWN SOUTH’ MODELSee original listing
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4 String Ukulele-Banjo
‘DOWN SOUTH’ MODEL
Made in Britain Circa 1930s
Attributed to George Houghton & Son.
Probably made originally for retail
in a Department or Music Store.
G.H. & S. Trade Mark (Recumbent Lion)
Stamped into Headstock.
Natural Skin Vellum - 8 inches Dia. (200 mm).
• Chromed Brass Tension Ring with 6 Tension Hooks.
• Decoratively Engraved Chromed Resonator.
• Weight – 1 lb 14oz (0.976 kilograms).
• Ebony Fingerboard.
• Tuning Pegs – Faux Ebony Grips (Screw secures
• Frets – 17 No – Nickel Brass.
• Fully Strung - Nylon.
• Carrying Case – an original by G.H. & S.
Overall - Very Reasonable
Vellum has two small splits (see photos).
Body is slightly oval.
Very Good Tone/Sound.
A Ukulele-Banjo is a Ukulele with a Banjo Body (Banjolele).
Famously popularised by George Formby.
First Popularised in 1920s.
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