I bought this accordion several years ago and had it tuned and restored by my friend Jerry. It is in remarkable condition overall, with only a few small cosmetic imperfections, with almost all of the original trim still intact, one of the finest examples of its kind I have ever seen. The tone is quite wonderful, with a bass richness and resonance which reminds me of a large pipe organ, and treble registers which sing fluently through those distinctive reeds. The Regina features 4 treble reeds in LMMM configuration, 5 rows of bass reeds in the bass section, the typical 41/ 120 treble key and bass button combination, two changes in the treble voices, a rather petite 16 inch keyboard, and a very strong wooden frame. The color is a unique ivory or antique cream with black decorative accents and lettering. The outer part of the bellows appears to be a gold color, with silver as an inner lining. Jerry painstakingly redid the wax for all the reeds, replaced many of the worn leathers, re-aligned both bass and keyboard sections and added some new gaskets to improve compression. I have never heard another accordion quite like this one, although I have heard similar accordions from the 1930's played by other players or demonstrated via the internet. An enthusiast named Edi has restored and tuned many vintage Hohner accordions and posted a roster of models with accompanying sound samples. Edi's site is named "The Akkordeon-Museum" (www.akkordeon-museum.de). The photography and detailed information on each model is simply spectacular. The audio sound samples give an idea of what some of the early and later Hohner models sound like by hearing each accordion play a specific song.