Folks: Real Deal 43 Year Old Tone for the money!
Made during the peak of the folk boom in the 60's, the B-25 is much the same as the Gibson LG-2, which overlapped production of this model.
It's finished in the considerably more rare Natural (the "N" in B-25N") finish and although the more common sunburst finish required more finishing work, the Natural finish models sold for slightly more since they required nicer woods; i.e. any flaws wouldn't be masked by paint. This is a nice old small bodied (14 1/4") Gibson flattop, with a solid Spruce top, solid mahogany back, and laminated sides. Other features include multi-ply binding on top, bound back, adjustable rosewood bridge, long tortoise pickguard, thin 1.5" nut width, and Kluson tuners.
This one hasn't actually seen a lot of actual playing time but does indeed look like a 40-year-old guitar with plenty of finish checking all over the top and back.
Nice low action, Fun as heck to play!!