H920 - Stella|
Acoustic flatop - Black with faux pickguard
Production year(s) : 1940-1942 (other years possible, not verified)
Black with stenciled faux pickguard and fingerboard finished in gold. Open slotted head. "Idento" tailpiece (place for your name on a rectangular card). During wartime, downgraded tuners and wooden tailpiece were used, and head was changed to a plain head.
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- - 2013-11-30
Have a F44 stamp so 1944 year also. Wood tailpiece.
- Ero - 2017-05-10
I just picked up a Harmony-branded H920 dated S-64. The ink stamps are very clear. It is just like a Stella H931 except is solid red burst, no striping. I can't find it in the catalogs or on this site! Harmony must have recycled the 920 number in the 60's. It appears to have the original strings on it!