It was developed in 1909 by Arthur Edward Waite, and illustrated by Pamela Coleman Smith.
It is credited as being the first deck to illustrate all 78 cards in the deck, not just the Major Arcana cards.
There are no corresponding model names or numbers available.
There are no corresponding model names or numbers available. It is probably worth more than the dollars you will sell it for.
That said, the information compiled and presented here is the most comprehensive data set we have for dating Guild guitars.
Please refer to the notes preceding each chart on how to best interpret the data.
These all seem to list the schema the same way; the model, the date, and the last serial number for that year for that model.
Even after looking at these extensively, I can't seem to figure out the date of my guitar. Just thought someone on here might be able to figure this out quickly. Pete--If you don't find anyone who cruises this forum with the answer, try the Fender Guild Forum and maybe Hanz can help you out. You might ask yourself WHY I want to figure this stuff out. Like previously mentioned; dinners, movies, long walks at night, creating songs together as a couple, and maybe performing together for other people to see. My mistake, I missed the -12 on the end of your model number.