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Regal was chosen to reopen the Washburn factory (producing Regal instruments as well).

Schlacher bought out Johnstone in 1987, and changed the company name to Washburn International.

George Lyon retired from the company in 1889 (died 1894).

Patrick Healy then led the company into a period of major expansion, beginning with a larger new factory and improved mass-production techniques, and soon dominated the domestic market.

An unbroken lineage is often alluded to by Washburn International (in press releases and advertising materials, and on the company website): "Washburn has been building stringed instruments since 1883. 130 years of history is at the root of our strong foundation building high quality instruments." There is no direct connection between the original Washburn brand and the modern Washburn International.