Well, I guess I'll join in:
1. Fred Martin all mahongany teardrop, my first (and only one) bought new from the maker.
2. William Wylie hourglass (in my avatar) my 2nd bought at the Patty Looman estate auction.
3. Paul Denk all poplar (I think) my 1st ebay purchase. The rest are in no particular order
4-6 Hughes Dulcimer Company... 2 full size, one small one.
7. Dixon, Korean, Very well made, I think, on the "Shellnut pattern."
8. Jim Good, 5 string, Walnut hourglass with pegs from 1976, pawn shop find
9. Jim Good, Butternut carved archtop, no serial number, may be the 1st one, music/antique shop find.
10. Heatherwood... 4 string, sassafras and walnut, ship on the "medallion"
11. Keith Young standard 4 string hourglass... believe it's spruce & walnut, my go-to, absolute favorite.
12. Hourglass only signed with initials, back & sides may be mahogany.
13. Folkcraft cherry teardrop
14. Capritaurus... very early has pegs not geared tuners
15. Turquoise inlayed 3 string unsigned
16. John D Tignor... Old cumberland style 3 string
17. John D Tignor... Later, larger style 4 string (doubled melody.)
18. Unknown Maker... small hourglass supposedly WV made.
19. Unknown Maker.... had partial fret for 6 1/2, so had Kevin Messenger add the partial 1/2 frets John Molineux uses.
20. Dulcimer Factory
21. Herbert Marsh - from Philippi WV
22. Keith Johnson poplar & walnut small hourglass
23. Don Gardner redwood & Cherry Teardrop
24. Bob Edson all walnut hourglass
26-30. Various unknown makers.
31. Paul Pyle, "Mockingbird" small, walnut hourglass
I also have 18 guitars, 7 steel guitars, 3 banjos (tenor, gourd, open-back with pegs,) 3 mandolins, 1 fiddle, various harmonicas, etc, a 2 row diatonic, button accordion. I think this is it.
I started out with GAS and have ended up with DAD. Anyone want to buy a dulcimer LOL