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Welcome to iRV2, hope you enjoy your stay. Great looking Dulcimer you have pictured. Looks to be a Blue Lion hourglass. If you are ever in Ohio check out Wildwood music in Roscoe Village. Great place to go and wonderful folks to deal with and talk to. Also like being in a candy store if you enjoy guitars and dulcimers.
Thanks, Ron, and yes, it is a Blue Lion, good eye! I'm thinking that only a musician would know such arcane info? I haven't been to Roscoe Village, but have friends who attend their dulcimer festival and speak highly of Wildwood. Hope to make it there eventually (so many festivals, so little time).