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Louis Lowendall Violin, Dresden circa 1900

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Louis Lowendall Violin,Every violin shop has to have a Lowendall – like JTL or Collin-Mézin, the name has long been associated with reliability and value for money. This nice Guarneri model Lowendall is in excellent condition and has a big warm and friendly tone. More details


Georges Chanot Violin, Paris circa 1835

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Georges Chanot ViolinGeorges Chanot is generally regarded as the finest French violin maker after Nicolas Lupot. He was a renowned conoisseur of Italian violins, and his del Gesu copies are particularly sought after. This is a great example, and the sound is as good as it gets. More details


A German Violin Bow, Markneukirchen circa 1930

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A German Violin Bow
This is an excellent silver mounted German bow with the playing qualities of a fine Nürnberger. More details


August Rau Violin Bow, Markneukirchen circa 1935

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August Rau Violin Bow
August Rau was a very accomplished German maker who trained with Nürnberger, Knopf and Weichold before becoming independent. This is an example from his later period – it’s a great player in very good condition, but with a replacement adjuster. More details


JTL Violin, Mirecourt circa 1895

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JTL ViolinIt’s very hard to beat a good JTL violin, and this is an unusually good one – very attractive, in great condition, and with an excellent sound. More details


Wilhelm Knopf Viola Bow, Markneukirchen circa 1870

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Wilhelm Knopf Viola Bow
This is a composite bow – the stick is by Wilhelm Knopf, the button also Knopf and of the period, the frog later. It represents a great opportunity to get a superb player’s bow at a bargain price. More details


Collin-Mézin Violin labelled Giacomelli, Mirecourt 1934

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Collin-Mézin Violin labelled GiacomelliCollin-Mézin is pretty much a household name, and their violins are always popular with teachers and students. Here we have a late example with a Giacomelli label, very nicely made, near mint, and with a great sound. More details


Eugène Sartory Violin Bow, Paris circa 1925

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Eugène Sartory Violin Bow
Everyone knows the name Sartory, indeed he is probably the most popular maker of all time! Here we have a very fine example from his best period, beautifully presented and in great condition. More details


Louis Morizot Violin Bow, Mirecourt circa 1935

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Louis Morizot Violin Bow
Louis Morizot is a rather under-rated maker whose work can be quite outstanding. This bow is a great example in unusually fine condition. More details


Emile François Ouchard Violin Bow, Mirecourt circa 1930

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Emile François Ouchard Violin Bow, Mirecourt circa 1930
This is one of two superb bows we have by this fine French maker. Ouchard apprenticed to Eugène Cuniot, and ended up running the firm of Cuniot-Hury after Cuniot’s death in 1910. From 1923 onwards, Ouchard worked under his own name along with his son Emile Auguste. More details


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