Here's the bari enjoying a nap in our yard with its friends the "wee li'l purple flowers."
But seriously, this is a lightly played c.1960s Harmony baritone uke, all-solid mahogany, rosewood fretboard and bridge, and perfect playability. I've polished up the frets, cleaned up the dried out fretboard, and set it up along with some Aquila nylguts. The sound? Sustained, sweet, mellow, but good volume. The ideal old Chicago baritone uke. I like it.
The satin finish is in really good shape -- a few nicks and scuffs on the neck and some pick/strum surface wear, but otherwise very clean.
Rosewood fretboard w/brass frets (polished) and faux MOP dots.
Soundhole with simple rosette. Action is perfect.
Rosewood bridge, all good.
Headstock with 1960s-style Harmony logo.
Note the nice color and grain to the mahogany.
Original cream tuners.
Good neck join.
Note the cool tortoise binding. Always loved that feature on these guys.
And the original case!