Here's an interesting D-18/D-35 blend from Martin's Custom Shop. Is it a D-35 that's missing the binding on the fretboard? That's a pretty good summary, and it also has an Alpine spruce top (meaning European), Waverly tuners, and vintage-28 Style "diamonds and squares" fretboard inlays. But the 3-piece rosewood back and the lighter 1/4" top bracing are pure D-35, and the lighter top bracing combined with the Alpine spruce top gives this Dreadnought a tonal quickness and power that will stand up to comparisons with guitars that cost a lot more. Not much surface wear, just light scuffs to the pickguard and a small void (only in the finish) on the treble side of the ebony fingerboard between the nut and 2nd fret (probably from a capo). Martin case as shown.