I've been back home from our RV camping trip since yesterday afternoon. And of course I've continued to play my new-to-me, birth year Harmony Broadway. Here are a couple of pics taken with some of my other guitars hanging in the living room. The first one is a pic of it hanging with the three oldest guitars I have. From L-R, the first in the pic is my Japanese vintage Hohner HG-905, date stamped "12-79," so 40 years plus. Next to it, in the middle, is my Hohner G-940. It evidently was made in a different Japanese factory, and is not date stamped. However, I bought it new in the spring of 1983, so it's at least 37 years old. Then of course on the right is my newly acquired Harmony Broadway, date stamped "F-53," which indicates it was made in the first half of 1953. That makes it some months older than me, 67 years. In this next pic, the Broadway is pictured with my Gretsch G9500 Jim Dandy. These two guitars are an homage to my father's guitars that set me on the path of guitar playing: Dad's Stella by Harmony H929 and his Harmony H1213 Archtone archtop.