For your consideration, a 1950's Silvertone archtop acoustic. This one plays great with low action and a straight neck.
A strap button has been added. The "pickguard" is a think mirrored piece. We peeked underneath and there is a crack directly under the guard, but it is held closed firmly with the attached pickguard. Typical wear and tear on the whole guitar, no signs of abuse.
The neck is just barely starting to separate from the body, and the back of the guitar has popped loose in 2 spots. This is an easy fix!
This is a player's grade guitar. As it sits, it is playable and sounds great. But taking a lap with some glue and some clamps would make this guitar better! This is an easy restoration candidate, or play it and enjoy it as it sits!
This is not setup for "slide", this is tunable and playable!! It stays in standard tuning with no problems.