Sound clip soon!
Like the Stella tenor banjo in the last post, these little banjo ukes seem to be all over the place up here in the Northeast. This was made by Oscar Schmidt (though it's unbranded) in probably the late-teens, early 20s. Other examples of the same type can be seen here (as a "Winner) and here (unbranded) and this same design later (I think) changed into the typical "Stella" openback banjo uke I see more often.
At any rate, these always sound nice and have a very "uke style" neck in that the board is a little wider side-to-side and the neck has a soft C profile. It's a standard OS-style soprano scale at 13 1/4" long. Work included a fret level/dress, new nut, replacement (vintage) bridge and (vintage) tailpiece, a couple replacement (same type) shoes and hook/nuts, cleaning, replacement (vintage) friction tuners... and general setup. It plays spot-on and is strung with Martin fluorocarbon strings.