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This example of a Martin Style 1 Tenor ukulele dates to the late 1940's or early 1950's.

As ukes from this period do not carry serial numbers, precise dating is difficult if not impossible.

The top is bound with faux tortoise plastic and the rosette is a simple black-white purfling arrangement, BWBWB.

It is on good playing condition and while it has expected play and usage wear, it is structurally sound. Fret wear is minimal - nylon strings are very easy on frets.

I have reviews for the S1 and OXK on my site, and about to publish the C1K review very soon. Then I came to the conclusion that martins are unpredictable due to the fact that that scenario has occurred several times. I played a few at the store and picked the one that looked good and sounded good to my ears.

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Martin ukuleles were in highest production from 1922 (some say 1916) to the 1930's (hitting their peak in 1926, with over 14,000 made). Binding and ornaments same as style 1, but 17 fret rosewood fretboard, Pin bridge, ivory saddle, and patent pegs.

The older Martin Ukuleles are considered by most to be the best.

Martin also made Ukuleles for other companies, such as Oliver Ditson, Montgomery Ward and Belltone. 7 layer (white black alt.) bound top with , triple bound back, 17 fret ebony fingerboard with center "skunk" stripe, Ivory nut and saddle, celluloid "shield" ornament at base of soundboard. Koa Soprano, made from 1922 to 1940, and reissued in 2006.

Below is a chart (courtesy of Sandor Nagyszalanczy) They were manufactured in quantity through the mid 60s, but demand fell off sharply in the late 60s and by the mid 70s, Martin had stopped making ukuleles except by special order. (eliminated in late 30's) Patent Pegs in 1923, Fretboard strip eliminated sometime in 40's. Abalone and Ivoroid bound top and back, Patent Pegs, fancy pearl inlay on 17 fret, Ebony fretboard, Pearl "flower pot" inlay on Koa overlay headstock, Ivory nut and saddle.