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1988 Richelieu Desert Rose

Price: $2,500.00 USD

C.C. Richelieu began building banjos in the Mid-West in the early '70s. Most of his clientele were of the crowds of players who played Dixieland, some who even formed marauding groups called Banjo Bands.

He made very few 5-strings. This deluxe gold-plated, engraved “Desert Rose” model arch top with “Hearts & Flowers” fretboard inlay, kicks you-know-what with its power and ringing tone! All gold plated, including the 2 Keith-Bump tuners. Its engraved armrest attests to the instrument once having been played by the "Pecos Kid".

C.C. passed away in 2003, but his legend lives on in this fine banjo. Own a piece of banjo history with this excellent instrument.. stk#5017

with original hard case

note: Because of recent changes in shipping policies of the USPS, we can only ship within the U.S.


Interested? Contact Seller to arrange purchase


Posted By: banjokid1
United States, Port Townsend, WA, 98368

Condition of Banjo: Used - Very Good Condition

Type: 5-String Resonator, Brand: Richelieu

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