This Regal Ultra Grand mandolin is one of the rarest of the American made musical instruments of the past. Emil Wulschner, a retailer in Indianapolis, opened his first music instruments factory in 1896 to build guitars and mandolins. Emil died in 1900 and new owners renamed the company the "Regal Musical instrument Manufacturing Company" in 1901.

This sturdily built, attractive 2-point mandolin has a terrific sound and plays easily with a straight neck. The instrument is structurally sound and has a solid spruce top and one piece flamed maple back and sides (probably veneered). Another interesting and useful feature is the F-5 style extended fingerboard with 29 frets!

$1,250.00 with ultra cool original hard case

Vintage Gintage

Vintage Gintage

Original Hard
Vintage Gintage
Bob Page