Help with Grimshaw guitar identification

I have posted previous topic concerning grimshaw guitar I now have photos if you would like them please e-mail me I have also been asked by Eric Sndiford for photos to go onto the Grimshaw Guitar website on He has now put a picture on there. I have been told that this guitar is more likely to be a custom built one. Any more help with identification and value would be appreciate. Thanks

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Anyway, which guitar in the photos is yours?

Could you post it here on the forum? It's easy enough to do.

Here is a pic of theis guitar. Eric Sandiford on the Grimshaw site says it is an MS7 although he thinks it was a custom made one. Any more help gratefully recieved. Sorry pic is so large but just copied it from site don't know how to change size.

The size is fine as it is. Thanks for that. It's an interesting looking guitar.

Do you know of anywhere (or anyone) I can get a valuation from. We have been told by a luthier to have it insured for at least £3,000 as it could cost up to £4,000 - £5,000 to have another custom built to same specifications. We would really like to find out how much this guitar is worth as it belonged to my recently deceased father. I know it was bought second-hand from a music shop somewhere in London and my father part -exchanged another custom built guitar plus money to purchase this one. My mum cannot remember how much it was, but she knows he had to save a while as it was expensive. It would be interesting to find out who it was originally made for also. If you can help in any way I would be grateful. I have other pics of it also, if you would like them please feel free to e-mail me at

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