Handwritten in pencil inside next to the rosette: L. H. L. 16 - IX - 51 Fine to medium grain Spruce soundboard and flamed Maple back and sides. Indian Rosewood Fretboard. Recent professional refret. Brazilian Rosewood Bridge. Original Bone Nut, New Bone saddle. This guitar has 10 smoothly sanded fan braces and 12 cleats under the center seam of the soundboard. There are separate kerfing pieces attaching the top to the sides, and a single band attaching the back to the sides. This guitar has an enormous volume developed by the players who owned this beforehand, obvious reverb resonance, like being down a cave 25 feet. New Schaller Gears. With New Hard Shell Case. 21 Frets. 657 mm Scale, 52 mm Nut. Geronimo Amezcua Reyes had worked for Geronimo Villafan in Mexico City for 14 years before returning to Paracho, Michoacan to train today's luthiers. Geronimo Amezcua Reyes died in 1977. This instrument would work well for Classical or Flamenco Music. There are no cracks. This guitar retains its original varnish.