Thanks for the input Jeff H and Keelhaulin!!
Yes, looking at it now, I think you're exactly right....it IS a Phil Rhodes 41. Must be an earlier one, because the aft portlights seem smaller than on many of the 41's. I was at first even thinking some sort of early Dickinson...but no, she definitely shares her lines with the Rhodes!
I wasn't thinking there would be such a long stern overhang (was covered by wave action in my pix). I'm not a huge fan of long overhanging sterns, but they sure make a pretty picture.
The new Schooner Virginia has a long overhang stern, and few would call HER ugly!
What tripped me up, was the addition of a small bowsprit and bobstay in the original picture.
I guess there were also individual changes in the main cabin portlights from time to time, but the single forward-facing portlight is correct.
Good call on the Pearson Rhodes 41 versus the Rhodes Bounty II!! Looks like the smaller doghouse portlights are the easiest key.
Here's an early Bounty II:
And here's a slightlly changed Pearson Rhodes 41:
and here is the difference:
"The Rhodes 41 is derived from the slightly earlier Bounty II and comes from the same mold which Pearson Yachts aquired in 1961. (both boats are designated as Rhodes design #658.) The new boat was given slightly more freeboard, two smaller windows in the dog house, and lead ballast. The mast was moved aft a bit, the rig was changed to a masthead foretriange, and the engine was moved out of the bilge and put behind the companionway."