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Gibson Mandolin Serial Number

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  • (SERIAL NUMBERING) The numbering of a printed product in sequential order. Usually for tracking and accountability.
  • A number showing the position of an item in a series, esp. one printed on paper currency or on a manufactured article for the purposes of identification
  • A serial number is a unique number assigned for identification which varies from its successor or predecessor by a fixed discrete integer value.
  • the unique code that identifies your bicycle, also referred to as a frame number.
  • a stringed instrument related to the lute, usually played with a plectrum
  • A mandolin (mandolino) is a musical instrument in the lute family (plucked, or strummed). It descends from the mandore, a soprano member of the lute family.
  • A mandoline (, ) is a cooking utensil used for slicing and for cutting juliennes; with proper attachments, it can make crinkle-cuts. It consists of two parallel working surfaces, one of which can be adjusted in height.
  • A musical instrument resembling a lute, having paired metal strings plucked with a plectrum. It is played with a characteristic tremolo on long sustained notes
  • Australian actor (born in the United States in 1956)
  • Mel (1956–), Australian actor and director; born in the US; born Mel Columcille Gerard Gibson. Notable movie appearances: the Lethal Weapon trilogy (1987, 1989, and 1992), and Braveheart (1995), which he also directed and which won five Academy Awards. In 2004 he produced and directed the controversial film The Passion of the Christ
  • United States tennis player who was the first Black woman player to win all the major world singles titles (1927-2003)
  • United States illustrator remembered for his creation of the `Gibson girl' (1867-1944)

Bill Monroe's mandolin
Bill Monroe's mandolin
Country Music Hall of Fame, Nashville, TN, September 19, 2009 The museum sign alongside Monroe's mandolin: The most famous mandolin in American music history, Bill Monroe's Gibson F-5 Master Model (serial number 73987) is one of the finest stringed instruments ever made. The label inside its sound chamber was signed on July 9, 1923, by Gibson's legendary acoustic engineer, Lloyd Loar, whose F-5 models were noted for their beautiful craftsmanship, superior tone, and loud volume. Monroe bought the instrument in the early 1940s, when he spotted it in a Florida barbershop window. It became his second voice, filling in around his high, lonesome singing, and ringing out during the supercharged solos that were a hallmark of his aggressive playing style. In 1985 an intruder broke into Monroe's home and smashed the treasured mandolin with a fireplace poker. The instrument was painstakingly reconstructed by Gibson from about 150 slivers of broken wood, and it remained Monroe's constant companion, onstage and in the recording studio, until his death in 1996.
Custom Mauser 98 lightweight sporter in 7x57 -- right side base of barrel, serial number, rear sight
Custom Mauser 98 lightweight sporter in 7x57 -- right side base of barrel, serial number, rear sight
You can clearly see how the Brno 21 stock was masterfully "filled-in" with wood pieces (around rear sight), and then sanded smooth, to accommodate the Brazilian Mauser (DWM) barrel's different profile. It is still unknown if the rear sight is from an early Brno 21, or from another Mauser model.

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