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English: This is a picture I took of my early 20th century Lester button accordion. The accordion is open, showing the reeds with an inset showing a closeup. It is provided for use on Wikipedia. It may be used freely elsewhere as long as it is credited to Nathan McKnight. There is also a picture of the outside, here: :Image:German button accordion.jpg.
Date 19 March 2007 (first version); 19 March 2007 (last version)
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Author Original uploader was Aelffin at en.wikipedia
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