Late 1960s US-built Harmony Sovereign, model H6560. A good solid wood model - spruce top, mahogany back and sides - produced before Harmony moved production to the Far East and quality plummeted.
These were very popular with those of us who couldn't afford a Martin or a Gibson. Many of them have taken a beating over the years, but this one's very tidy - a few dings, but nothing serious. The survivors often need a neck reset, as the action is too high. I've just reset the neck on this one, and it now has an excellent playing action with plenty of saddle height to spare. Good dreadnought/jumbo sound. Replacement tuners.