Looking for childs box

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dunnp
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Looking for childs box

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Hello all,
A few times on here and on youtube I have seen toy childs boxes set up with proper reeds.
The ones I mean are like Schylling or other chinese brands but have been modified (usually in D) with italian reeds.
Does anyone have one of these they are willing to part with?
Who does this type of thing ( I think I once heard Dancemaster?)
though I was thinking of it for Christmas.

My son is very young but shows a great interest in concertina (he watches Kitty Hayes on youtube and asks for "the Lady"
I wish stagi or the like made an affordable mini one row.

Any advice?
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dunnp wrote:Who does this type of thing ( I think I once heard Dancemaster?)


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Thanks Stevie,
I have been in touch with Michael at Dancemaster and I should have one for Christmas time. In d single voiced. Not a bad price.
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