It's a later '58 model. Definitely mono, so it's not a '59, but it had a GE VRII cartridge on the Garrard, so it was sometime past the start of '58. The faceplate says "stereo" instead of "TV" like the Medalist II that showed up here several weeks ago, but it doesn't have any sort of real provision for stereo operation unless the Contemporary was being used as the extension speaker. I can't imagine why they would, unless someone was sloppy with a tape measure when writing those descriptions. I could buy Fruitwood as the finish. It doesn't look like Mahogany or Walnut, the grain and coloration just isn't right. It's not red enough for Cherry. Fisher made one tube layout chart for the R-20 based consoles, then used an ink stamp to insert the basic model number. The finish code was then hand-written on the end. I wonder if mine was a special order for someone who wanted the Contemporary cabinet but different veneer? Unfortunately I don't have the sales paperwork, just the manuals, tube chart and hangtags.