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· There is a stamp on the inside of the body that, before 1962, reads "C. · Martin ukes were discontinued from 1940-42, There are no WWII era ukuleles unless a few were specially ordered. The ukulele is in excellent shape without any evidence of cracks, or separation of components. Tuner friction is adjustable with room left to tighten solid. The only flaw is that it has about 4 small dings or pits smaller than .020" that you can see in the pictures and video.· Hex head bushings started in 1956 This ukulele has T-frets with the C. Martin label in the front of the peg head with no stamp on the back, and marked "C. Martin & Co., Nazareth, PA" inside the sound hole and hex head bushings. The neck is straight and the heel is solid to the body. They can easily be touched up with mahogany furniture touch up enamel. It is strung with new Martin clear fluorocarbon strings #M600 (.0191-.0216) with standard C tuning. Martin Concert ukuleles are amongst the most sought after player ukuleles and continue to be considered a ‘player’s choice’ amongst enthusiasts and recording musicians alike.
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I have a beautiful Harmony De Luxe soprano ukulele made out of solid mahogany.
It is obviously quite old, well made, and, judging by the scarcity of available information about it, pretty rare. I have seen other Harmony ukuleles with some of the same characteristics, but I haven't seen another exactly like yours.
The bridge on it is very unusual - I wonder if it could possibly be a replacement. Also, your take on types of woods used, espesially the top? I'm quite sure that your ukulele was made by the Harmony company of Chicago, Illinois. Harmony's early ukuleles were made to look similar to Hawaiian ukuleles, and yours is a nice example of one of these.
I don't see any evidence of re-gluing, but I have never seen a tie bridge on a Harmony ukulele. It doesn't have any names, numbers or writing on it. It may well have been sold under the Supertone brand name by Sears Roebuck & Co. From the pictures I would say that your top is koa wood - the traditional Hawaiian ukulele wood. I aquired this ukulele a little over two years ago.
The T1K Uke is a beautiful example of why Martin is still the name in superior quality ukuleles.