This consignment 1949 Martin D-28 (112610) has even grain Sitka spruce top is nice and healthy, with only the beginnings of a B string pickguard crack. The back and sides are of medium density with a nice tap tone. The single small 1″ back crack appears at treble side of the butt end. The neck capo and coffee table wear on the rear and string winder lacquer chipping on the bass side of the headstock. The original Kluson Deluxe tuners are healthy and turn freely. The nut has been shimmed slightly from a previous refret. The bridge and pickgaurd are all healthy. The pins have been replaced with ebony in the bridge and a modern replacement at the tail. This guitar has a strong and even voice now with the recent neck reset and refret. The one obvious finish concern is the repair type cleanup overspray over the entire instrument. The replacement case is likely from the early 1970s.