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STOLEN Nov 2013: Leon Mougenot violin, 1912
STOLEN Nov 2013: Violin by Leon Victor Mougenot 1912
STOLEN Nov 2013 in Germany: violin by Leon Mougenot 1912
STOLEN: Leon Mougenot 1912 violin

STOLEN: Léon Victor Mougenot 1912, French violin,

This Leon Mougenot violin was stolen in Konstanz, Germany in November 2013.
Recovery will be rewarded. Responsible police department Konstanz, Germany.


Léon Victor Mougenot was one of the most influential figures in the field of modern artisan violin making in France. This violin, which was made in 1912, features the original “Leon Mougenot-Gauché” label and is an impressive example of the art he pursued in his atelier.

Inventory No.: 2778
Provenance: Mirecourt
Maker: Léon Victor Mougenot
Length of back: 35.4 cm
Year: 1912
3,500.00 €*
approx. $ 4,060.00
Reserved
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