610 mm Scale, 49 mm Wooden Nut. Domed Pine Soundboard and Walnut back and sides. No fan braces. Rosewood Nut, upgraded to Bone. Rosewood fret board. Pine Neck. Original Brass Bar Frets. Separate pieces attaching the top to the sides and a single Spruce liner attaching the back to the sides. Original French polish. Ebony Pegs. Bridge without a Bone saddle, upgraded with a Brass shim. The action at the 12th fret is 3/32" on both the 1st and 6th strings. The sides are 80 mm or 3.15" wide, The upper bout is 235 mm or 9 1/8" wide and the lower bout is 310 mm or 12 5/16" wide. This weighs 1 lb. 14 ozs. = 30.06 ozs. = 863 grams. Now restored.
The top back and sides were thinned by a tooth plane. This has its original Brass Bar Frets.
The headstock has a point in the center much like those of Francisco Gonzalez (his shop made 20-10,000 reals instruments), Manuel Ramirez and Jose Ramirez, but that indication is inconclusive as to being made in their workshops, there is 15% of the label remaining, having the words laud and tripas (referring to gut string treble strings) only remaining. The label looks nothing like known labels of these three workshops, so more than likely fabricated in a fourth different workshop in Madrid.