Gibson TB-0 #8015-10

           

The least expensive banjo produced by Gibson in the 1920s with the exception of the "Junior" model was the style 0.  This model featured a bracket shoe rim, simple steel hoop tone ring, no resonator, dot inlays, and a silkscreened "The Gibson" logo.  This very early example features an unusual slanted logo.

Photos courtesy of Ted Herb.
 


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