ACCORDINA BY ANDRE BOREL
Accordina by André BOREL made around 1950/55.
Free reeds instrument, this small mouth accordion was created in the 1930's by A. BOREL who filed his Patent in December 1943.
Chromed metal body with 2 slide flaps to modulate the sound, model with metal mouthpiece and a water key.
The central part receiving the keybord, the mechanism and the reeds is in blackened woods.
44-note chromatic keyboard (with white plastic buttons) in three rows.
Range of 3 and a half octaves.
It bears the number 318.
Marketed by Paul BEUSCHER in Paris until the mid- 1970's, wich marked the end of the production.
Signed on the front : ACCORDINA / BTE /SGDG / A BOREL
(in a triangle)
Signed laterally: Paul Beuscher
27 BOULEVARD BEAUMARCHAIS PARIS 4°
Length : 294 mm
Width : 78 mm
Max. thickness : 57 mm