Stolen Jeffries Concertina in UK

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Stolen Jeffries Concertina in UK

Post by avanutria »

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"Hi all,

A friend of mine has just phoned me and asked me if I would pass on details of his stolen concertina. His name is Richard Harris and he lives in Bradford on Avon. The concertina was stolen from his home along with two melodeons, so it sounds as if the thieves were musically clued up. The concertina is a Jeffries metal ended anglo, 32 button Bb/F in old pitch and is Richard's pride and joy, so he is naturally quite distressed by its loss."
An bhfuil aon dearmad i mo Ghaeilge? Abair mé, le do thoil!
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