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Instruments previously built in London, England during the early nineteenth century.
During the early 1800s, luthier Louis Panormo ran a productive workshop in London. Panormo, the son of an Italian violin-maker, was one of the few outside of Spain that braced the tops of his acoustics with "fan-strutting," and advertised himself as the "only maker of guitars in the Spanish style." Source: Tony Bacon, The Ultimate Guitar Book.

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