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This is the C&F-wide forum for posting notices of any instruments which have been lost or stolen, or have gone missing.

Titles should include at least the type of instrument (flute, fiddle, etc.), the place of disappearance, and the nature of the loss.

Example: Stolen: Generation D whistle in Timbuktu

Reports linked from other sources or internet sites should include the basic information in addition to just the link.

In order to limit cross-posting, and to keep reporting and information centralized in one place, a post linking to a notice here (but not a copy) may be posted in ONE other C&F forum, typically the forum of the instrument involved.

Of course, follow-up posts to announce found or recovered instruments are always welcome!

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 10, 2007 10:47 am 
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via Kevin Crawford:

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DAMIEN O'KANE'S TENOR BANJO STOLEN!!!!

Please forward........

Hi People,
I had my tenor banjo stolen last night in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne,
the Quayside. It is a rare instrument made by Phil Davidson,
made from birds eye maple with a celtic design on the back
of the neck at the body and it has my nickname 'dee' inlayed
at the back of the neck behind the celtic design. Please pass
the word around as much as poss.

Thanks, Damien
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I posted this too.

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If I posted mine in the right section in the first place, it probably wouldn't have resulted in a duplicate. My bad.

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I sincerely hope that some of these stories have a happy ending. Too many lost or stolen instruments and rarely any positive updates. :(


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Steamwalker wrote:
I sincerely hope that some of these stories have a happy ending. Too many lost or stolen instruments and rarely any positive updates. :(

That's a good point, Marc. I just posted an update on Siobhán Peoples' bow.

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