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I recently picked this up for free (bought a house)..I have tried to look around the web to get a better understanding of what it is,but i'm trying to find out if it's worth restoring or selling.

It has "regal" at the top of it. I found an image that looks very similar to it,and it says "early 1900's parlour regal". It has a little metal plate at the bottom of the guitar. Here are some pictures that I took. Any help would be very much appreciated since I know basically nothing.






Can get more pics if needed..Thank you guys a lot
 

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It is an early 1900's Regal Parlour guitar,

Sounds like you already have the info you need,not much else to add,maybe look up the Regal company name,other than that...

made of birch ,between 1908 and 1920,

Regal was a manufacturing arm of Lyon & Healy. but later was bought by Harmony and used as an arm of that company

It later became famous again for it's Regal resonator guitars

From the pix everything looks original...sweet found
 
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