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patrician

18 Harmony models

H1270 - Patrician (1931) - Acoustic flatop - Mahogany
First Patrician model, launch with a whole line of all mahogany intruments (uke, tiple, mandolin, tenor guitar). Regulation size (as says the catalog), 12 frets neck.
H1275 - Patrician arched top (1935) - Acoustic archtop - Shaded brown
Arched top and back with round hole. All mahogany construction. White celluloid bindings. Concert size, 14 frets neck, black pickguard.
H1400 - Patrician flat top (1940) - Acoustic flatop - Natural brown
Auditorium size (15 1/4) flat top - All mahogany - colorful wood-block marquetry bindings - dot inlays on fretboard
H1403 - Patrician (1940) - Acoustic archtop - Natural brown
All mahogany body with white binding on top only - low end of the Patrician line
H1405 - Patrician - Acoustic archtop - Mahogany
All mahogany slotted head Patrician model. Not seen in catalogs, one sample known with H1405 stamped inside. I guess it could be from around 1938.
H1406 - Patrician (1940) - Acoustic archtop
All mahogany - colorful wood-block marquetry bindings - dot inlays on fretboard
H1407 - Patrician (1940-1971) - Acoustic archtop - Natural
A classic Harmony archtop, more than 30 years production time. Some variations through the years, trussrod appears only from 1965. The H1407 is by far the most common model in the Patrician line, but the "Patrician" name was used on many different models, comprising flat top guitars and even roundhole archtops. All solid woods, solid spruce pressed top (not carved), mahogany body, tortoise body bindings on front and back.
H1408 - Patrician (1940) - Acoustic archtop - Natural
All mahogany - varied color marquetry bindings - dot inlays on fretboard
H1410 - Patrician Classic (1940) - Acoustic archtop - Natural brown
All mahogany - multi-row marquetry bindings - block inlays on fretboard
H1411 - Patrician (1945) - Acoustic archtop
Spruce top, mahogany body. H1410 Patrician looks similar but with mahogany top.
H1414 - Patrician (1940-1954) - Acoustic archtop - Top with a contrasting central panel
Mahogany top with spruce central panel. Fretboard has a central contrasting wood strip as well, until 1950. late models have a fancier "vine" engraved headstock.
H1415 - Patrician (1940-1954) - Acoustic archtop - Top with a contrasting central panel
Spruce top with mahogany central panel. Early models (-1950) have a fretboard with contrasting woods. Late models have a fancier headtsock with vine motif.
H1450 - Patrician "Deluxe nu-Tone" (1940) - Acoustic archtop - Natural
Spruce top, figured maple back and sides - decorative or dot fretboard inlays - black headstock
H1453 - Patrician "nu-Tone" (1940) - Acoustic archtop - Natural
Spruce top, maple back and sides - block fretboard inlays - Celluloid tortoise headstock
H1670 - Patrician tenor (1931) - Acoustic flatop - Mahogany
First "Patrician" model, launch with a whole line of instruments made from mahogany (uke, tiple, mandolin, guitar). 23" scale, 14 frets neck. It looks like this model has a x-braced top (see sound hole photo), which is very unusual for a Harmony guitar.
H1675 - Patrician Tenor (1935) - Acoustic archtop - Mahogany shaded
Tenor guitar, 23 inch scale. Arched top. Black & white celluloid bindings, black pickguard. H1275 patrician is the 6 string version.
H172 - Patrician flat top (1945-1947) - Acoustic flatop - Sunburst
Flat top model with the "figure of eight" grand concert body
H6407 - Patrician (1972) - Acoustic archtop - Natural
Seventies version of the Patrician H1407

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