All three complete with studs and anchors.
Terrific vintage tortoise-shell look and pattern and definitely not a nitrate.
The buttons are of the earliest version of Ivoroid, probably 1880s-90s.
All four for only $95.
Apparently never used.
Complete the restoration of your beautiful 19th-century guitar.
A lovely and most unusual set of four bone bridge pins from the 19th-century.
The dots are missing from two of the pins, easily replaceable.
With special, fabulously knurled heads for an easy grip.
Never used, never on a guitar.
Never used and never on a guitar, with saddle already installed.
A full 7-1/2” long x 1” wide.
A full 7-3/8” long x 1-1/8” wide.
All fresh and unused.
Could be from a Stella.
Of mysterious origins and all extremely cool.
All nicely nicklel-plated.
New old stock, never on a guitar.
Two treble and one bass with Keystone-type buttons.
Nice and tight and smooth, appear to be barely ever used if at all.
These have the typical Martin gear spacing of 2-5/8”.
One of the very nicest, and very rarest sets of 19th-century Martin tuning machines.
Typical Seidel-Style six-petal flowers stamped into all four circular corners of the plate.
Full set of bushings and screws included.
This set is unmolested and in fine working order.
This is an eminently restorable set.
An absolutely beautiful, mid-19th century complete set of tuners for a slotted-peghead guitar.
A most beautiful and clean set of Seidel tuning machines.
If you’ve got a 19th-century Martin with its original tuners missing these might be just the set for you.
From a top-grade American 1910s-30s guitar.
Still in sealed factory packaging.
All studs and anchors included.
All bushings and screws included.
Still in their blister packs.
All bushings and screws included.
Complete bridge, including aluminum base with threaded posts and height-adjustment wheels.
Appear to be unused.
A set of two.
Five of them, all with original washers and threaded bushings.
Six-on-a-side, complete will all bushings and screws.
2-1/16” spacing on center for the pole pieces .
Genuine Fender brass Telecaster saddles, complete with screws and springs.
These are a very rare find.
The tips of the posts are rounded rather than flat possibly indicating from an earlier time.
Never used, never on a guitar and in perfect condition.
Beautifully chrome-plated and never used, never on a guitar.
Perfect and unused.
This orignal Gibson tailpiece is unused, never on a guitar, plating still perfect.
Never used, nice and clean, beautiful original Gibson chrome plating.
Never used, nice and clean, beautiful original Gibson gold plating.
Made for the Johnny Smith pickup.
Never used, perfect condition.
Still sealed and blister-packed.
Original UC 452 B.
True original Gibson parts.
Polished Gibson bone saddle still in it.
Indispensable for restoration work.
Used on literally hundreds of Martin guitars of that era.
As used on literally hundreds of Martin guitars of that era.
Components of 1950s-60s American-made Grover Imperial tuning machines.
Full-size six-on-a-side set, clipped.
American made, 6-on-a-side.
Comes with partially fitted saddle blank.
Never on a guitar.
Never used Brazilian rosewood bridge with uncut, partially fitted Micarta saddle blank.
A left-handed original 1960s Brazilian rosewood Guild bridge.
Comes with uncut saddle, glued in.
A perfect, official, Guild Guitar Co.-made, never used ebony bridge.
With original installation screws.
Jerome tuning machines are among the rarest of those used on very early Martin guitars.
Complete your mis-matched set.
Two treble and two bass.
Tight and straight.
Possibly even from the 1940s.
Quite early for an intact Kluson set.
Machine screws in the center of the gears rather than the gears being peened onto the posts.
May have come from a 1940s Gibson, possibly an extremely early Southern Jumbo or J-45.
All six in excellent condition.
2-3/8” string spacing.
Ivory saddle with trimmed top still in there, never been removed.
They are unusual in that they are of the “long white no-groove" type.
Type common to Martins from the early 1920s-mid-1930s.
Have got the patina and aged look to match your earlier Martin guitar.
Extremely rare, as so few Style-45 Martins were made in this period.
A genuine ebony bridge from a Martin T-28 Tiple.
National & Beard parts.
For a National tenor guitar or mandolin.
National logo stamped twice.
"NAT’L RESO GTRS / -------- INC. ------ / USA 93401"
With the National shield logo and "RESO-PHONIC" stamps.
Most unusual and quite humorous in our book.
Works quite well.
Complete with all mounting screws.
All gold bushings and screws included.
Comes with all six gold-plated bushings and washers and all six matching gold-plated mounting screws.
Seen only on the very highest-grade of late 19th-century Martins.
With extra bonus parts.
USA made for Mustangs and DuoSonics.
Two bass side, two treble side, one with ebony button intact.
15/1 gear ratio.
Early Waverly side-mount turning machine set.
A beautiful, fancier Waverly tuning machine plate.
Unadorned American-made set.
Waverly 3-on-a-side set.
Tight and freshly oiled.
Perfect for that cool 50s-60s American guitar.
Perfect 7/32” diameter post.
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