Manufactured circa 1938-9, Regal made this all birch body square neck guitar to meet the demand for lowcost student guitars. The Hawaiian craze during the depression years was responsible for the popularity of these guitars, and Regal met the demand. This model 1104 has a faux-wood-grain top with a stenciled design around the bridge. Fret numbers were painted on the fingerboard to aid the student.
The march 2013 issue of Vintage Guitar Magazine features an article specifically about this guitar, authored by Michael Wright. A photo of the article is included.
This is a crack free guitar ina all original condition. Tuning Machines and bridge are original. The finish is all original too.