An EC Powell semi hollow built fly rod, 9'6", 3-piece, 2-tips, and built for what feels to me like a #6 or #7 line. Weighs 5.6 ounces on my scale. Patent date written on the shaft along with the original owner's name and "San Francisco, Calif". 2 opposed node pattern construction. Medium honey colored cane. The butt section has a 2 inch overwrap in brown silk to address what was likely a delamination issue. Standard brown wraps, with intermediates throughout and the cream and black tipping at the lowermost wraps above the grip. The middle portion of the midsection has a small additional wrap (in addition to the intermediates) and one tip as an additional 2 inch overwrap near the top. Some of the ferrule wraps have some cosmetic cracks (I couldn't detect any looseness) and there is a little varnish that has spilled onto the ferrules in a few spots. The ferrules fit together nicely and the rod has a pleasing medium-fast action. The butt and mid are pretty straight though both tips have right-hand and downstream sets to them. Standard Powell-style grip and bakelite spacer with an aluminum screwlock with the Powell stamp. Comes in a green rod bag and an original tube with the Powell label on it, though the rod tube screw top has been lost and replaced with a cheap PVC screw top.