1990s David's Harp Mountain Dulcimer

I'm guessing this is a 1990s-era instrument just judging by the label style and build. It's a "David's Harp" brand out of Island Pond, NY and has a cedar (I think) top over walnut back and sides. It's all-solid and well-built, though some of the back bracing had come loose and the fretboard/"top rail" had come a little loose as well. Those repairs done and a quick setup and strings done as well and this guy now plays nicely and has a chimey, sweet tone with decent volume.

Repairs included: minor brace reglues, setup.

Top wood: solid cedar

Back & sides wood: solid black walnut

Bracing type: ladder

Bridge: saddle is ebony

Fretboard: walnut

Action height at 12th fret:
String gauges: 22w-13-9/9

Board radius: flat

Neck relief: straight

Fret style: medium

Scale length: 27 3/4"

Nut width: 1 3/8"

Body width: 7 3/4"

Body depth: 2 1/4"

Weight: 2 lbs 0 oz

Condition notes: it's in good shape save minor usewear and handling wear (tiny nicks, dings, scratches, etc.) over the years. It uses friction tuners which are not the easiest to use vs geared banjo pegs or guitar tuners, but they work just fine.

It comes with: its original (presumably) gigbag.