8 Harmony models
H42 - Stratotone Newport (1955-1957) - Electric solid body - H42/1 Sunshine Yellow or H42/2 Metallic Green
1 pickup - one piece neck/body - "Harmometal" binding with a black plastic lining. Thinner body than H44.
H44 - Stratotone (1952-1957) - Electric solid body - Copper
1 pickup - "Neck-through" construction : one piece of wood from head to tailpiece, and two added "ears" to form the body.
H45 - Stratotone Mars (1958-1965) - Electric hollowbody - Sunburst
1 pickup. Early models (58-59) had the "long tail Y" on the headstock logo. Then from 1962 were added black line and atomic logo on the pickguard.
H46 - Stratotone Mars (1958-1965) - Electric hollowbody - Sunburst
2 pickups - Early models (58-59) had the "long tail Y" on the headstock logo. Later (from 1962), were added black line and atomic logo on the pickguard.
H47 - Stratotone Mercury (1958-1965) - Electric hollowbody - Redburst
1 "Golden-Tone Indox" pickup by DeArmond. The tone switch has three positions : "Bass" gives the usual direct wiring with vol and tone control. "Treble" bypasses the tone control, the volume pot only is active. "Rythm" is the same as treble but some low frequencies are cut (so yes, this is even more treble than treble...). A left handed model was available.
H48 - Stratotone Mercury (1958-1963) - Electric hollowbody - Flamed Blonde
H49 - Stratotone Jupiter (1958-1965) - Electric hollowbody - Natural
Usually they have spruce top, but some of them have a maple top. Silvertone S1423 is a sister model.
H88 - Stratotone Doublet (1954-1957) - Electric solid body - Black
2 pickups - one piece neck/body. Pickups similar to the H44 "Hershey bar", but in a brass enclosure painted in black, with added chrome trim.