#1
okay, there is this guitar that i have in my family(not my immeadite family) that is super old, like 70+ years old, and it says gibson on the front of it. Can anybody give my pictures to gibsons of this age, i have no idea what they look like, and i wanted to see if this guitar was a true gibson acoustic, we have some documentation over it, but i am trying to get some pictures of it at the moment, and see if it is a realy gibson. And, if this guitar was a gibson being how old it is, how much money would it be worth?
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#2
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okay, there is this guitar that i have in my family(not my immeadite family) that is super old, like 70+ years old, and it says gibson on the front of it. Can anybody give my pictures to gibsons of this age, i have no idea what they look like, and i wanted to see if this guitar was a true gibson acoustic, we have some documentation over it, but i am trying to get some pictures of it at the moment, and see if it is a realy gibson. And, if this guitar was a gibson being how old it is, how much money would it be worth?



talk to gibson instead. they'll know.
#3
More importantly than the age is the condition.

If it is mint shape: probably very close to priceless. It's impossible to give it value without seeing it closely. But I would highly suggest you tell your family to get at least $30-40,000 of insurance on it. I would also suggest getting it sent to Gibson to see if they can issue a certificate of authenticity. Because no intelligent insurance company will insure it (and no one will want to potentially buy it one day)for that much without a LOT of documentation to prove that what they are getting is a real Gibson.