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I read recently that the first two numbers are the year, but this seems wrong to me at least sometimes. Hagstrom do publish a serial number book, but (if my memory serves) the money from the sales of the book goes to the Hagstrom workers pension scheme or something - so I think they've asked for it not to be reproduced....no idea where I read this - might be wrong in the details.......I see from this forum that there is no easy way to tell the year of manufacture from the s/n.Does anyone please have access to the Hagstrom book that is referred to in this forum, and would you mind terribly if I asked if you would kindly be able to look it up for me.We use data about you for a number of purposes explained in the links below.By continuing to browse our site you agree to our use of data and cookies.
Many thanks Glenn White Hi Glenn, This is a guitar forum too!
I recently purchased a 1965 H-45 on ebay and I am still awaiting it's arrival. if you check the 66' Hagstrom catalogue on the site, you will see the 4 Folk guitars listed with pictures: H-11, H-22, H-45, H-45e(This one has electronics) 2 great sites for you to check out: is were the serial numbers for bjarton made guitars are and also some interesting info) (another amazing site for info and pics and stuff) Hope this helps, Dave Rose Found this thread and thought I'd revive it.
I just bought a vintage Hagstrom Swede, serial # 873164. I don't think the first two numbers represent the year because the vintage Swedes were not assembled after 1983.
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