Any information on Cortley Ukulele's "Help Me!"

Posted by Terry on Sat, 06/19/04 - 14:14:57.

Hi, I have an old Cortley Ukulele distributed by Maxwell Meyers in Texas Model #70103. I can't seem to find any information on this Ukulele, I was wondering if anyone might have any information reguarding this Item. I dont even know if Cortley is a good brand of Ukulele. It sounds very nice with good rich tones.Thank you for your help!

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