I hope that the attachments are good so you can see the pics. There is something going on with the label as it's been labeled over and there is a double label? Also, the serial numbers don't seem to come even close to any others that I have seen. I am thinking that this might be a model that was made specifically for import in 1967 but I'm not sure. I can see that it has a laminate top but the sound is amazing and the guitar has been well cared for. The diamond inlay is beautiful and I haven't seen this in any other photos.
Hi Virginia !
It seems you have been lucky to find this Framus. As you can see, the stamp mentioning "67A" on the label indicates it is a january (A) 1967 model, that was not made for export: Framus guitars made for export to the U.S. were stamped "EX" before the year number. But maybe later than 1967.
The diamond inlays appear on some high end models, but they are, as you guessed, rather scarce.
It would be interesting if you could post a picture of the entire guitar. I think it's a jumbo because I have never seen a dreanought woth this kind of finish or inlays.
I made a quick search on www.framus-vintage.de, but I did not see a picture of one with the same finish as yours.
As for the label, the one you pictured seems to be the original: I can't imagine why someone would change the label on an authentic high end Framus. Excepted if the original label has been destroyed or lost for some reason. It is possible to make a copy of a Framus label, but it isn't easy, and the difference is still visible. 1967 is a sensible date for this kind of guitar.
Congratulations for your guitar and welcome in this group.
PS: what kind of music are you playing ? Mine is mostly Country, Bluegrass, Traditional Folk and sometimes Blues.