The Columbia Guitar American Make

Columbia parlor guitar, vintage, estimated c.1910 by internet search. It came in 2014 to a local thrift store anonymously. I built a bridge and replaced the end pin, no other repairs. The neck is straight, the action is very good. The frets are low and show wear. It has good tone.
01 Front view  Front view 03 Metal tailpiece. I made this replacement bridge  Metal tailpiece. I made this replacement bridge. 04 Nameplate through the soundhole  Nameplate through the soundhole
05 Back view  Back view 06 another back view  another back view 07 Tail view. Tailpiece is not centered  Tail view. Tailpiece is not centered.
09 Old end pin. New one of apple wood fits well  Old end pin. New one of apple wood fits well. 11 inlaid wood rosette  inlaid wood rosette 12 inlaid wood rosette  inlaid wood rosette
13 inlaid wood rosette. Antique lacquer  inlaid wood rosette. Antique lacquer. 16 one crack on lower back  one crack on lower back 17 one crack on lower back  one crack on lower back
18 neck heel  neck heel 19 neck heel  neck heel 20 slotted headstock, original tuners  slotted headstock, original tuners
22 original brass machines  original brass machines 26 neck is straight and set at proper angle  neck is straight and set at proper angle 28 neck is straight and set at proper angle  neck is straight and set at proper angle
29 neck is straight and set at proper angle. Good action  neck is straight and set at proper angle. Good action. 31 soundhole and bracing  soundhole and bracing 32 unbound edges, with some wear.  Lower bout  unbound edges, with some wear.  Lower bout.
33 unbound edges, with some wear.  Upper bout  unbound edges, with some wear.  Upper bout. 35 worn wood nut  worn wood nut 37 front, The Columbia Guitar  front, The Columbia Guitar
38 Fingerboard shows it was played. Low frets with some wear  Fingerboard shows it was played. Low frets with some wear. 39 slotted headstock, original tuners, worn nut  slotted headstock, original tuners, worn nut 40 purchased replacement bridge  purchased replacement bridge
41 front, The Columbia Guitar  front, The Columbia Guitar