This Appalachian dulcimer was made by Jethro Amburgey in Hindman, Kentucky in 1930. It is a double-bout dulcimer, with three strings (one melody string and two drone strings), wood nut and bridge, 17 metal frets, 4 heart-shaped sound holes, 3 wood friction pegs, craved out pegbox, and a rounded head. The dulcimer has a handwritten label on the inside:
Nov. 13 - 1930
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