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Note: After considering the Pickin' list of known F&C serial numbers where the total number produced was evenly divided among the 10 years of producton, I decided that it was not unlikely that F&C actually started a new series with each passing year.The following adjusted designation by year is, like the prior authoritative list, probably accurate within 1 year.For the buyer, it is critical to know that an instrument being sold as "all original" probably is. He told me that Waverly, for whom he had worked since his pre-teens, had provided most of the metal parts and accessories to the banjo makers.In his workshop he showed me many patterns, cutters, tools, and dies used in making the nuts for Vega, Gibson, Bacon, Paramount and all the standard nuts we associate with the large makers."New" refers to a brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item, and "Used" refers to an item that has been used previously.Can anyone on BHO share any "bills of sale" / "customer receipts" of Vega Banjos from the 1909-1940 era? I'll update my finding and key information directly below this line, it'll represent the earliest instrument types that I've found.
(Aug-Sep 1922) - Vega Company also filed all trademarks of "VEGA" / "TU-BA-PHONE" / "WHYTE LAYDIE" - [ US Trademarks 164,845 / 161,709 / 161,708 respectively filed in Apr 1922 and Registered Nov 07 1922 ] Registrations Numbers: 161328 / 161329 / 161330 (hangoutstorage.com/banjohangou...12015.jpg) The first use claims are a little generous I think, but do support other known facts re: 1889, 1890, etc...This is a light weight banjo that is made especially for musicians who want the warmer tones that go well in a string band with a fiddle and bass.It is the mellowest banjo sound, a lovely full tone.Waverly also made many, varied, stretcher bands, the simple brass hoops used for tone rings on the less expensive instruments, and some of the components that went into the more sophisticated tone rings.They also made the various shoes and hooks, from the Cobra hooks used on early Fairbanks to the modern flat and round hooks.