Marked "R. Conn #2" on the back, unfortunately we have very little additional information about this instrument. Very traditional build, with not-quite-f-holes on the sides. It's currently got a mix of traditional, genuine gut strings, a wound brass string and a more modern monofilament. Unfortunately the fifth string is currently frayed to the point of unplayability. Warm tone that I'd claim was "unique" except it's clearly labeled "#2" on the back.