Gibson 1907 L-1 Guitar

Turn of century boy playing a parlor guitar, very similar to the L-1 on this page.
Actual serial number 5953 printed on the very early Orville Gibson label (which phased out in 1908).
Inside neck block with FON, Factory Order Number 862.
According to 'Gibson Guitars 100 Years Of An American Icon', slotted pegheads made a brief appearance around 1907. There is also an absence of 'The Gibson' logo.
Large, clubby, one-piece solid neck. At this time, the truss rod had not yet been created.
Before and after shot of what 100 year old tuners typically look like with and without cleaning.
Ivroid buttons and fleur de lis engraving on the tuner strips.