A good mandolin banjo, made in England in the early 20th century.
In my experience, most mandolin banjos of this period are now unplayable as the tension of the strings tends to pull the neck out of shape over time. This one however, has survived very well and the neck is perfectly straight.
It has a zither-banjo-type pot with a vellum head. It is in cosmetically good condition, with only a couple of minor sctratches here and there. There is some minor wear to the frets.
The action is reasonable, but could be lowered a little more if desired.
Comes in a servicable old case.
330mm scale length, 550mm overall length, 5.5″ pot.