This is a nice early 1950s Harmony baritone uke made entirely from solid mahogany save the rosewood bridge and fretboard. It's all-original save new pegs (original buttons) and has a bone saddle and nut. It also (now) plays great and sounds fabulous. What more?
Decoration is simple: tortoise binding on the top and a simple, tasteful rosette recalling Martin ideals.
Unadorned peghead shows off some mahogany grain. This old-timey Harmony logo is far better than the space-age 1960s one.
Brass frets on a rosewood board. MOP dots? I think.
Bridge is a cool lighter-colored rosewood that actually looks an awful lot like the mahogany around it in color tone. The sound is all-rosewood though! Bone saddle. The craftsmanship on this uke is good: it's lightweight, responsive, pretty loud, and is built very well.
Side. The original finish is in decent shape, too.
Tuners: new Grovers with the original buttons. There were screws broken in the shafts on the old ones.