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Jacob Eury 1835

French cello bow by Jacob Eury around 1835 to 1840. This cello bow is an absolute rarity in an incredibly well-preserved condition. For the export of this Eury bow the permission of the Ministry [...]

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Jean Pierre Marie Persoit 1830

French violin bow by Jean Pierre Marie Persoit from 1830. The Persoit bows are a great rarity. Persoit is certainly one of the best Parisian bow makers of the early 19th century and is equal with [...]

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Jan Kulik 1832 (Prag)

Our violin by the violin maker Jan Kulik was built in 1832. Jan Kulik was one of the most famous violin makers in Prague in the 19th century. He was a student of Martin Stoss and built on models [...]

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Jules Fétique ca. 1920

Jules Fétique (1875-1951) was a famous bow maker, who started working for Albert Caressa in 1920. Moreover, Fétique worked until ca. 1934 for the bow maker Eugène Sartory, who is known as one of [...]

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Georg Kloz ca. 1770

This interesting violin by Georg Kloz from his later creative period, has a body length of 35.2 cm, which is typical for Kloz. The violin has a paper copy on the inside of the bottom with the [...]

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Lena Fischer 2016

The latest Cello from Lena Fischer modeled after Florenus Guidantus, Bologna 1738. This Cello was sized in November 2016 and then left for sundrying on days of good weather for more than one [...]

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Nicolas Maire 1835

French viola bow by Nicolas Maire from his earlier days. French viola bows from the time before 1850 are very rare and mostly too light in weight. This bows weighs 70.5 grammes with a normal [...]

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