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Harp Guitar Gathering Merchandise
Once these already-nostalgic souvenirs are gone, they're gone!

Harp Guitar Gathering Socks $10

Made by the daughter of Robert Carl Hartman (Dyer harp guitar creator Carl Larson's grandson) and donated to the Foundation.

Size: Large

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Bumper Stickers, while they last

HGG5 "Harp Guitar Evolution" by Geoff Richard: $1

HGG12 Coeur d'Alene, ID: $0.10

HGG10 Grand Prairie, TX: $0.10

HGG9 Milford, CT: $0.10

HGG8 Indy "Arpa Viola Caipira" logo: $.010

HGG7 Halloween "Pumpkin Dyer" logo: $0.10

HGG2: $0.10

HGG1: $0.10

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Q: Is my merchandise purchase tax-deductible?
A: While cash donations to The Foundation are tax-deductible, merchandise is usually not, as most items are sold at, or well below "Fair Market Value" *

The Harp Guitar Foundation is organized and operated exclusively for charitable purposes within the meaning of the Internal Revenue Code 501(c)(3).

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If you pay more than fair market value to a qualified organization for merchandise, goods, or services, the amount you pay that is more than the value of the item may be a charitable contribution.

Example 1. You pay $75 for a dinner-dance at a church. All the proceeds of the function go to the church. The dinner, plus any entertainment or other services provided, has a fair market value of $25. Subtract the value of the benefit you received ($25) from your total payment ($75). You can deduct $50 as a charitable contribution to the church.

Example 2. At a fund-raising auction conducted by a charity, you pay $600 for a week's stay at a beach house. The amount you pay is no more than the fair rental value. You have not made a deductible charitable contribution.