Hofner 482 model 1952.
It is one of the first parlor models manufactured by Hofner, its manufacture began in 1950.
It has a solid spruce top, solid curly maple sides, and curly maple laminate for the back. Two-piece curly maple neck with rosewood fingerboard. The frets are bronze and are like new, round, polished and unmarked. 62 cms scale. It is strung with 0.11 of silk and steel.
It has the brand etched under the bridge and corresponds to the best years of the brand. It has been repainted with a very thin layer of varnish.
It has been revised and completely restored. And it is fully operational, working well and very comfortable to play.
"A spruce top with laminated flame maple for the back & sides. The finish was brown all over, but with the back and sides highly polished, and the top matt finish. Celluloid binding (multiple) around the body top and soundhole. This guitar was the same as the 483 Model below, except for the different finish to the body top and possibly the 482 may have had white body binding "