Here's a recently-sold nice mahogany uke sold by Bruno (a NY distributor) under their "Lyra" brand name. Like many other Bruno ukes, I'll bet that this one was built for them by the Richter Manufacturing Company, as the construction inside is familiar to others of that make -- that is to say -- well-made, super-lightweight, and very responsive. These tend to have a snappy tone with a lot of volume and "bite!"
Typical island-to-mainland trappings: nice rope binding and simple Hawaiian-style fingerboard (directly into the neck and no fretboard over the neck).
Rosewood nut. These are newer Grover tuners, too. Good "shield-type" peghead.
This has a nice slim, wide neck -- typical of this brand.
The soundhole on this uke was cut just a hair off-center. Hard to tell unless you're looking for it!
Side view. Original finish is in pretty good shape!
Some flame on the back which gives it some elegance.
Tuners -- originals were probably bakelite.
Yessir, a darling!