The Kay-built 682
and 680 guitars were offered as 'Our Finest,' and the fancy appointments to these rare axes certainly bears that claim out. FIVE-ply binding on the top and back edge, bound headstock and f-holes(!), 'double triangle' (I call 'em 'cheese wedge') fretboard markers, a very fancifully painted colorful headstock logo laminate, and, on early models, a book-matched back and a fancy bridge added up to one deluxe guitar.
Some musings on the 'Aristocrat' nickname.