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A vintage non-playable guitar owned by <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PEHST001546" title="Les Paul" href="/topic/arts-culture/les-paul-PEHST001546.topic">Les Paul</a> called the "Mary Forderiser" has an inscription on head stock reading "Gibsdaugher Guitar Company" and electric plugs on the side labeled "Hoover Vacuum," "Iron Robert Hall Suits," "Refrigerator Reingold Beer," and "Electric Toothbrush Listerine," with an auction value of $300 - $500 is on display during a press day at Julien's Auctions for the Estate of Les Paul auction event in Los Angeles, California. The auction includes a collection of guitars, music equipment, musical artifacts and personal effects from the legendary musician, engineer and inventor.

( Getty Images / May 29, 2012 )

A vintage non-playable guitar owned by Les Paul called the "Mary Forderiser" has an inscription on head stock reading "Gibsdaugher Guitar Company" and electric plugs on the side labeled "Hoover Vacuum," "Iron Robert Hall Suits," "Refrigerator Reingold Beer," and "Electric Toothbrush Listerine," with an auction value of $300 - $500 is on display during a press day at Julien's Auctions for the Estate of Les Paul auction event in Los Angeles, California. The auction includes a collection of guitars, music equipment, musical artifacts and personal effects from the legendary musician, engineer and inventor.

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