This name has been attributed by one writer to Montgomery Ward, and he suggests that the manufacturer was Rettburg & Lange. Another says it was made in New York City. Others feel it was a product of the Regal company of Chicago. All agree that the name was used during the 1920sand 1930s. If you have any concrete information, please let me hear from you.
Whoever the maker was, he produced a large number of banjo ukes. Although most of those I've seen are openbacks, the one pictured below has a resonator that is part of the rim.
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