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Used Regal (Lyon & Healy) Style A Used Regal (Lyon & Healy) Style A 1920, carved figured maple back and sides, carved spruce top, two point body, finish in yellow brown sunburst, oval soundhole with two ring rosette, top and back are double bound, 1-piece ebony bridge, black Bakelite pickguard and headstock verlay, 3 piece mahogany neck with violin style carved scroll, original tuners. Good condition over-all with the normal scuffs and a small ding on the top. There is also a stabilized crack on the back of the headstock that does not go all the way through. Comes with a soft case. Originally made by Washburn and marketed under the Regal and Lyon & Healy brand, this instrument was inspired by the early successes of the Gibson A-Style mandolins. It was the top of the line in 1920 and designed to replace the more traditional bowl-backed mandolins that Washburn was known for.