Weymann style 225 banjo ukes were excellent instruments, but most of them were very plain, having just dot inlays on the fingerboard and no inlay on the peghead. The company also made fancy banjo ukes, but they are quite rare. This one was undoubtedly very expensive, and for that reason I imagine that only a few were built. The peghead and fingerboard inlays are like the inlays found on the style 2 through 6 Weymann banjos. In addition to the Weymann label on the back of the peghead, there is a paper label inside the resonator. The dowel stick is stamped "225" and the serial number.
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