Yes, I know it's a zither banjo that needs work, but W. Temlett built this banjo with more inlay work than any other of his that I could find on the web. That should be worth something (what would be the cost of this inlay work be today?).
There are no cracks or breaks in the banjo, all the tuners work smoothly (one ivory? button is missing), the resonator is solid with some finish missing and weather-checked. The neck has a substantial forward bow which makes the action very high, there are two small pieces of ebony? missing from the top of the pot, and there is no case.
It should make an interesting project, but not for me.