Presented is a Jérôme Thibouville-Lamy & Cie guitar with a Sangerfeud Gesetzl-Gesch label in the interior it dates to the early 1900’s. It is classified as a romantic style guitar with six strings. The top is fine grain spruce, with a beautiful ebonised bridge, some very neat chequer binding and a Mother of Pearl decoration to the sound hole, typical of French guitars at that time. It features a LaCote style head. The sides and back are Rosewood. Shows heavy use and wear throughout from play/age/transportation. Includes the Luthiers & Paris original case. Most likely, originated from the Worlds’ Fair event as this style of instrument made it’s way to a larger market.