H1021TS - H1021TL|
Acoustic flatop - Dark brown shaded
Production year(s) : 1934-1940 (other years possible, not verified)
First version (1935) is numbered H1021-TS and has the triple dots markes on the fret board. Late version (1940) is H1021TL and has 4 single dots. Crystaline fingerboard (faux perloid) and large motif around soundhole. H1021B is the same with pin bridge. H1020TS is the same without the large motif around soundhole.
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- Talbot Yancy - 2008-10-26
found one of these on my local craigslist for $30. What an awesome guitar! Sounds great and a very unique look about it. Anyone know any more about this particular model?
- hamiltone67 - 2010-05-15
i have this guitar but with bridge and end pins it could be an h1021 b
- Josh Clineburg - 2018-06-17
I just found one today at an antique shop. The old bridge spoke out to me, and I bought it without hesitation. Took me an hour and a half to finally identify it! Can't wait to restring it and see how she sounds.