There really is something magical about these hourglass shape Harmonys. Tens of thousands were built prior to 1957 but few seem to have survived. Probably because they were Harmonys folks did not feel it was worth their while to save them. I only own one - a 1942 all-mahogany H165. Auditorium size, pinless bridge, Kluson bent tab peened tuners, and rounded edges on the top and back. Apparently Harmony initially marketed these as Stellas. It has the clarity and that sweet bit o' chime you associate with all-mahogany guitars. But this one has an immediateness and rawness to it which gives it a bit bad attitude. While I know there is not a ton of love here for Harmonys, Kays and the like, I swear there is not a Martin 000-15M, Taylor 324, or post-War Gibson LG-0 (OK, maybe a 1942 Gibson LG-1) that could get me to part with it.