At Folkway Music, in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. Waterloo is roughly 1 hour west of Toronto (by car, driving at speeds somewhat over the posted speed limit that is. NOT that I do that of course..I’m just saying is all!)
There’s always exciting stuff to see at this shop - they specialize in VERY old vintage acoustic guitars. For example, the first photo shows a 1930s “Kel Kroyden”. This was a brand made by Gibson, and it’s highly collectible. This specific guitar is selling for roughly $8,000.
The resonator in photo #4 is a 1930s DoBro, and that’s a bizarre but fun Framus 12 string in photo #5. The Gibson in photo 6 is a 1954 SJ (which I think means “Southern Jumbo”, but I may be wrong…), 1 of only 14 made that year in “natural”. Price tag was ~$7,000
The last guitar is a 1946 Gibson L-50 acoustic archtop. If you want to get a vintage Gibson acoustic…archtops are incredibly affordable relative to a flattop f the same era. This L-50 can be had for only $1,700!