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Lyon & Healy
Mandolins previously produced in Chicago, IL between the early 1900s and the mid-1940s.
Lyon & Healy began as a music store in 1864 and was named after its founders George Washburn Lyon and Patrick Joseph Healy. Lyon & Healy expanded throughout the 1800s from a retail outlet to an instrument producer and distributor. By the 1900s, Lyon & Healy were building instruments under several different trademarks including their own. Lyon & Healy mandolins were mainly available in three styles: Style A, Style B, and Style C, along with a Style A mandocello.

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