Portable
"Harmonica Hall of Fame"
for
Conventions/Festivals/Music Fairs/Clubs

Updated: 28 March 2010

Klaas Walkeuter (Netherlands) Hohner 267 Chord Harmonica used for "The Larrysons".
Donated by Rob Walkeuter
Douglas Tate (UK) Renaissance made by "ILUS HARMONICAS" 'C' "Tenor" reed plates.
Donated by Joseph McIntire (USA)
Vincent van Rooyen (South Africa) Hohner 260 'C' Made in Wurthemberg "1936 Larry Adler model" blue and yellow enamelled cover plates
Max Geldray (Netherlands/USA) Hohner Polyphonia No. 7 used for "Hollander Boys" (Quartet)
Max Geldray (Netherlands/USA) Hohner Polyphonia 263 'blow and draw notes' used for "Mac Geldray's Mouth-accordion Band" (Octet)
Les Henry (Cedric Monarch) (UK) Hohner 270 "Tenor" 'C' used for "The Monarchs" (Trio)
Jerry Adler (USA) Hohner 260 'C' "1931 Baltimore Harmonica Contest 1st prize"
Pete Pedersen (USA) Hohner 280 used for "Amarican in Paris, Canada 1960"
Norm Dobson (USA) Hohner 280 used for " Wedding ceremony of Jerry Murad April 21, 1981"
John Walden (UK) Hohner MS Blues Harp 'D' used in "Trossingen 1997"
Leo Friedman (USA) Hohner 270 'C' used for Borrah Minevitch Harmonica Rascals
Sam Scheckter (USA) Hohner Polyphonia No.5 used for "Harmonica Harlequins & Cappy Barras"
Larry Adler (USA/UK) Hohner 260 'C' made in Wurthemberg "1936 Larry Adler model" blue and yellow enamelled cover plates
Cham-Ber Huang (China/USA) Hohner Chordomonica II "1979" (Hight notes left, buttons on the right)
Horrie Dargie (Australia) Hohner CX12 "Silver Model" used till 1996 as a soloist
Jan Vuik (Netherlands) Hohner 280 used for "Hotcha Trio"
Ronald Chesney (UK) Hohner 260 Chromonika II 'A' (Pre WWII German Model) used for "Violin Concertos"
Dominic Sgro (USA) Hohner 280 used for Nashville performances "Sgro Brothers" (Duo)
Ronald Chesney (UK) Hohner Little Lady "Promotional item"
Jerry Adler (USA) Hohner Little Lady "Promotional item"
Cedric Monarch (Les Henry) (UK) Hohner 270 with silver-lined cover plates used for "The Monarchs" Trio
Johnny Stafford (UK) Hand made 270 chromatic harmonica by ex-Harmonicat 'Dick Gardner.' This instrument has a body of Sitca spruce wood and laminated plywood, and is tuned to 443. Used on stage until recently. He now plays Hering Harmonicas exclusively.
Henry Samuels (UK/USA) Hohner 270 used for regular performances
David Conway (UK) Hohner 270 used for the 1964 Palladium Show with "The Monarchs" Trio
Charles "Bud" Boblink (USA) Tombo Lee Oskar 10 hole diatonic (low F) used for his CD "By Request"
Charles "Bud" Boblink (USA) Pee Wee, 4 hole Mini Harmonica used for regular performances
S.E.Y.D.E.L. (Germany) Proto type Replica Boomerang 1 of 4, 12 hole, single notes
Art M. Daane (Netherlands) Miniture Professional "Boomerang" Albert's System 10 hole diatonic 'A' in tin box
Art M. Daane (Netherlands) CX12 model by Butterfly Chromatic 'C' (China)
Art M. Daane (Netherlands) Replica Boomerang 1 of 200, 12 hole, single notes
Art M. Daane (Netherlands) Hohner Meisterklasse 14 hole chromatic
Art M. Daane (Netherlands) Hohner double Hohner vineta set F-C-G/A-E-D minor
Art M. Daane (Netherlands) Suzuki SCH48 Chord Harmonica with microphone
Art M. Daane (Netherlands) Suzuki SDB29 Bass Harmonica with microphone
Art M. Daane (Netherlands) Hohner Professionl 2016 16 hole chromatic
Bas van Toor (Netherlands) Johnson 24 hole Chromatic (UK Model)
Bas van Toor (Netherlands) Hering 4 hole Mini Harmonica with own logo
Ben Hewlett (UK) Hering 4 hole Mini Harmonica with own logo
Karel Jansen Sr. (Netherlands) Hohner Harmonetta used by "The Chromonicats"
Karel Jansen Sr. (Netherlands) Koch Educator-Chromatic DRGM No 965130 used by "Excelsior Harm. Orch."
Karel Jansen Sr. (Netherlands) Hohner Educator-Chromatic - Soprano No 972 used by "Excelsior Harm. Orch."
Karel Jansen Sr. (Netherlands) Hohner Educator-Chromatic - Alto No 973 used by "Excelsior Harm. Orch."
Karel Jansen Sr. (Netherlands) Hohner Educator-Chromattic - Tenor No 974 used by "Excelsior Harm. Orch."
Karel Jansen Sr. (Netherlands) Hohner Polyphonia No 5 used by "Excelsior Harm. Orch."

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