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Reproduction of a “strum strum” as sketched by Sir Hans Sloane. This is the front instrument in the drawing. These two instruments were seen by Sloane in Jamaica (1687 – 1689), documented by Sloane. 24″ x 5.5″. Made of Jamaican pine.