But the girl simply cannot take anymore and she snatches the miniature guitar out of the hands of one of the buskers and whacks her suitor round the head with it sending him to the floor in a crumpled heap.
H1 H1141 H1203 H1213 H1214 H1215 H1260 H1265 H1266 H1310 H1311 H1325 H1327 H14 H1407 H1414 H1415 H1456 H1457 H15 H15V H162 H165 H16B H16R H16W H17 H173 H174 H19 H22 H22/1 H27 H37 H38 H39 H41 H42 H44 H45 H46 H47 H48 H49 H50 H51 H53 H53/1 H54 H54/1 H55 H56 H56/1 H57 H58 H59 H59/1 H60 H62 H63 H64 H65 H66 H68 H7 H70 H71 H72 H73 H74 H75 H76 H77 H78 H79 H802 H81 H82 H82G H88 H929 H945 H950 H954 H956 - If you're a buyer, the value is the max price you are ready to pay to have it.
If you're a seller, the value is the minimum amount you accept to sell it.. You can check ebay for completed sales for the same model, but value on ebay is not value in a shop or elsewhere, for reasons.
Even the less common models can't be considered "rare".
Remember that all Harmony made guitars (this means all guitars on this website) are still considered low grade instruments by most players and collectors, and can't be compared in value to the "great" names as Gibson, Fender, Martin...
As a result, only a handful of guys in the world are ready to pay real money for a rare Harmony model.
In the Harmony world, the interested buyer is often rarer than the guitar itself.
- Usually you will find two stamps inside your Harmony guitar.
They always are on a place easy to read, ie near the f-holes on a archtop.
The larger one is the serial number, and the part after the "H" letter is the model number.
For example, on the photo below this guitar is without doubt a H22 (You can type a model number, with the H, on the search box on top of this page).
The first part of the serial number has no precise meaning relative to the date of production.