.. little is known of this maker working out of 52 Park Street, Lincoln, Lincolnshire in 1891. This fretless instrument however is very interesting with regard to both the neck clamp; and the make up of the neck which is of four laminations including the main wood, English Yew, which is not known for it's consistent grain.
A C Dawson was teaching banjo out of 2 Castle Street, Lincoln in 1897.
See Hardy for another maker of Lincoln.
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