Lunaray's is a Lyon and Healy Washburn. When L&H were putting out guitars, Washburn was like a model, the best of their line.
This is hard to determine, without being able to better see the maker's mark. Because it says 1887 Style and it has Washburn in the mark, which makes me think it's a reissue which they did do in the early part of the century. However, the numbers are stamped on the top of the head and the number is 211, both of which correspond with the early L&H models. I'm pretty sure this is an L&H Washburn, but an early 20th century reissue.
If it's not an L&H then it's worth less because the early Washburn brand wasn't well cared for. The only thing consistant about old Washies is the inconsistancy of the serial number markings. All the old records are burned up, so it's almost impossible to pin this down.
If it was in good condition, I'd go for it because it's at least a pre-1929 guitar. But in this shape, she's too far gone for me to chase.
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