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Fine unstamped master Cello bow, Markneukirchen, 1910/1920 - frog
Fine unstamped master Cello bow, Markneukirchen, 1910/1920 - frog
Fine unstamped master Cello bow, Markneukirchen, 1910/1920 - head
Fine unstamped master Cello bow, Markneukirchen, 1910/1920 - head
Inventory No.: B716
Provenance: Markneukirchen
Maker: Unknown master
Length of back: 74.2 g
Year: 1910/1920
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Fine unstamped master Cello bow, Markneukirchen, 1910/1920

This fine unstamped Markneukirchen master cello bow is a smooth, fluid player: made by an unknown master around 1910/1920 this perfectly preserved Cello bow has a strong, octagonal stick made of best quality dark pernambuco wood that features a total length of 71.1 cm and a total weight of 74.2 g. The balance-point is sensed perfectly centered, this bow feels very lightweight and handy at play - yet it is a steady player that produces a warm, somewhat sweet sund. The balance point is measured at 25.8 cm, taken from the frog end including the adjuster. The neatly finished frog features dark black ebony of the finest quality; the silver mounting with a white-greenish mother-of-pearle slide, a Pearl eye and three-part adjuster is a classical decoration. Like all instruments and bows in our catalogue, this fine German cello bow had been completely worked-over and is now offered ready to play.

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