Candy Tin Banjo
Duplin County, North Carolina circa 1930. The large tin utilized for the body of the banjo was once used to sell penny candy in a country store. The neck is crudely carved from a crooked tree branch.
Exhibited in: Appalachian Strings: The Instruments, Their Makers, The Music at the Decorative Arts Center of Ohio in Lancaster, Ohio, June 23 - September 3, 2012.
39" X 12 3/4" X 5"