One of the cleanest and most original Weissenborn ukes Gryphon has offered in ages, and the koa has some nice figure than shines through the original shellace finish. No sign of any repairs, although you'll want to have a little work done on the original frets if you're going to be serious about playing up the neck. The tuners are original, but even back when this uke was made these uke pegs weren't considered pro quality so you'll want something better if you're going to be playing it and there are now some excellent options that look appropriate. No cracks, no loose braces, and a nice strong Weissenborn hot-stamp on the inside of the back (see photo 14). Nice Harptone hardshell case, probably from the 1980s/'90s.