This one came up for auction in August 2012 with an asking price of $2,000. It went through a number of successive auctions at the same price, but apparently didn't sell at that time. Seems to have a really nice selection of bridges - 6 extras in addition to the one on the guitar?
"I purchased this guitar used in 1971 and have played it to a greater or lesser degree ever since. Because I find myself playing it more infrequently the last few years, it is time to let it go. The serial number is A371D, dating it to 1969. It has the original wiring not the later "update". It has the original style chrome plated brass tailpiece - not sandblasted - and early slotted mounting screws with the original style plain rosewood bridge saddle. It also has the original early style Schaller tuning keys. The neck is quarter-sawn maple with a 24 fret brazilian rosewood fingerboard and the body is a very dense clear plastic."