Here's the link for details: http://www.resocentre.com/index.php?id=54,73,0,0,1,0
But forget that price, which includes their commission and commercial markup. If I sell it privately we eliminate all that. Make me an offer!
No Kirk, not a Martin; they never made resonators back then. Dobro was the patented trade name for resonator guitars using a particular type of sound amplification system; in the days before the electric guitar they were trying to make a guitar that could be heard over the noise in a juke or club. The guitars of the Dobro company were made in two places: LA on the West Coast and I think Chicago. This is a Chicago model built in 1935 by Regal, which did all the Dobros sold east of the Rockies to save on shipping costs. But it's still a Dobro and bears the "Dobro" logo on the headstock.
This one is set for slide, of course; that's what these things were meant for. It's a VERY cool guitar, like you would expect from a Dobro that's 70 years old: nice sweet highs and deep growly low notes. The guys I left it with are experts, and they have graded it as being in "excellent" condition.