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models H605
Acoustic flatop - Blue and white
Production year(s) : 1957 (other years possible, not verified)

This model number was seen on a H928 Stella, and on a blue and white "Colorama" with "Harmometal" trim. This Colorama wears the logo of a catalog seller (Montgomery Ward ?) on the headstock.

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Top woodBirch
Body woodBirch
All solid woods

Scale24"1/4615 mm

6 comments | Add your comment !

  • Logo - 2010-09-04
    The headstock logo is for Alden's, not Montgomery Wards. Many people say this is an "Airline" logo because of your website... hate it!
  • iinsic - 2010-09-09
    Just bought one of these on eBay. Can't wait to play/work on it.
  • Thomas - 2016-11-17
    Have a Sears Silvertone 3301H605.
    This appears to be a Harmony number, based on other guitars that I own. I've had it since 1960. It was used when I got it. My best guess is mid to late 1950s.
  • Chris Till - 2017-05-12
    I have an H605, branded Silvertone, that is definitely ink-stamped 1956.
  • Steve Eddy/Blue Room Guitars - 2017-08-26
    Have a numbered H605 Silvertone,two-tone sunburst,Stella style.Great site!!!
  • Derektheclubsinger - 2018-04-12
    Just restored a 1957 Stella 605 which has a sunburst finish. Converted the floating bridge to a fixed Ebony pin bridge. Great parlour size guitar with a really nice soft V profile neck and 1 3/4" wide nut.

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