Martin 1942 D-28 Guitar - Number 82509


I have this Martin 1942 D-28, number 82509, that was passed down from my grandfather. I don't play and the thing has been sitting in the case for years now. I'm looking at selling it and would like to get some opinion as to what a fair selling price would be. The guitar is all original, tuners and finish, and has been played very little since my dad got it from his dad in the 60's. It's pretty much been sitting in the case collecting dust for the past 30 years. The last time it was out of the case, was when, I took it to the authorized repair center in Raleigh, NC, back in 93 and had the neck reset at his recommendation. I was going to have the finish touched up, but he recommended against this. All this was done at the request of my dad, who had intentions of taking the guitar back up someday. Other than that, its all original, with the case that it was purchased in. I have a person that is going to look at it in Richmond next week and want to get an idea as to what this would be worth before I talk to him.
For anyone who replies, thank you for your time.

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