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1920 Gibson A2 Mandolin
Jimmy Page playing The Battle Of Evermore, ca. 1977
General Specs
Body: Carved spruce top, birch sides and carved back
Finish: Sheraton Brown
Neck: 3-piece mahogany/walnut, joins at 10th fret
Fingerboard: Ebony with pearl dot inlays
Frets: 20
Bridge: Ebony
Headstock: Paddle-shaped peghead has "The Gibson" logo inlaid in pearl
Tuners: Open-gear 4-inline with oval ivroid buttons
Hardware: None
Pickguard: Tort pickguard
Pickups: None
Controls: None
Years in use: 1977 & 2008
Website: http://www.gibson.com/ 
Jimmy Page used the 1920 Gibson A2 Mandolin on the 1977 US Tour for The Battle Of Evermore. The mandolin was also seen in 2008, being played by Jimmy Page in front of Headley Grange, East Hampshire, England. He played The Battle Of Evermore.

Photos:

1920 Gibson A2 Mandolin
Led Zeppelin, The Battle Of Evermore, April 7, 1977, Chicago Stadium, Chicago, Illinois
1920 Gibson A2 Mandolin
Led Zeppelin, The Battle Of Evermore, April 27, 1977, Richfield Coliseum, Richfield, Ohio
1920 Gibson A2 Mandolin
Jimmy Page, The Battle Of Evermore, Headley Grange, East Hampshire, England
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