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Instruments previously produced in Italy circa 1963-1966 (later models were produced in Japan until circa 1968).
The Imperial trademark was a brand name used by U.S. importer Imperial Accordion Company of Chicago, IL. Imperial instruments consisted of solid body electric guitars and basses. Italian accordion maker Crucianelli built these guitars at first, but in the late 1960s, production moved to Japan. Used guitars are are typically valued between $150 and $250. Source: Michael Wright, Vintage Guitar Magazine.

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