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This is a wonderful example of a rare World War II era German Hohner harmonica in the key of C manufactured and sold in the early 1940s to soldiers on duty with the Waffen-SS and Wehrmacht. Just prior to World War II the 80 year old M. Hohner company of Trossingen, Germany was producing millions of harmonicas per year for sales in Germany and around the world. In Germany at least, the introduction of the Wenn wir marschieren! Mundharmonika had an enthusiastic reception among servicemen and civilians.
This harmonica is approximately 1-1/8 inches wide by 4-3/4 inches long by 7/8 inches thick. We don't know how it plays, as we don't play the harmonica. Because this harmonica was made during World War II the metal parts are not nickel plated but have a plating of some bright metal. The top surface is stamped with the words Wenn wir marschieren!, M. HOHNER and the letter C. On the back side is the name of the company M. Hohner, their trademark and the dates of gold medals they had won at international fairs from Vienna to Ulm and Philadelphia to St. Louis.
Condition exactly as shown above.
NAZI ,,WENN WIR MARSCHIEREN" HOHNER HARMONICA