The box top reads: "The Canadian Ace made by F.R. Hotz, Germany".
Inside of box top reads: " Established 1828, The world's oldest harmonica factory, Germany, The maker of the genuine Hotz Harmonicas, of world wide fame, made by experienced musical instrument makers ".
Trademark: GESETZUCH, GFSHUTZT, ULM 1871, STUTTGART, 1981
A: Wooden harmonica with aluminum strips on both sides.
B: Box top has a picture of three airplanes
C: Box bottom has a green interior and blue and maroon sides.
Harmonica was purchased and used by Osborne Higgins of Crowe's Mills, NS. Mr. Higgins ran the sawmill in Crowe's mills and was a talented musician who played at home, church, and local kitchen parties.