One of my students just purchased a used harp with no label. The seller told him it was a Hummingbird, made by Jerry Goldsbury, which could be spelled differently, I'm certain. It's nylon strung, thirty-six strings, made of curly maple. I can't find my old, old, old issues of the Folk Harp Journal, but I'm certain I've seen these harps before. It's no Dusty, of course, but seems to be well made, with lovely lines, and a really nice sound and tension.
Any ideas? Internet searches haven't provided any information as of yet.
Thanks everyone, for any information.