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By Barbara CrewsMay 29, 2012
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An interesting piece, this one is not necessarily old, but these "things" can be dated back to around the fourth century BC.
Size: 4 - 6" approximately
So what do you think? Share your thoughts and comments below.
Is it a Jews Harp?
a tongue harp
A Jews Harp
It`s “Jaw Harp” , as a young boy I had one in the 60`s . It was tough on the teeth !
Jews Harp- I have played one…
Its a Jews Harp!!!
A jaw harp…I had one in the 60s also and it surely was tough on your teeth…and didn’t sound exceptional, either…
I had always heard them referred to as a JEws Harp
jute harp I have one
Jews Harp……………..Juice Harp………………..Jaws Haro…………
It is a mouth harp. My husband plays one all the time. We have one in our cabinet.
They’re popular with Irish musicians, too!
It is definitely a Jews/jaws harp used in country or folk music.
My grandmother called it a “mouth harp” and she was pretty good at playing it.
It’s a mouth harp!
juice harp or Jews harp
It is as others said a jews harp. I sure like to hear them, forget about playing one
Knew this one, trying to remember where I’ve seen them, maybe as a kid in school
I know it as a Jewish harp.
It’s a juice harp.
looks like a tuneing fork
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