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German master violin bow, powerful, tense, 1940's  - frog
German master violin bow, powerful, tense, 1940's  - head

Excellent German master violin bow, powerful, tense, 1940's

This fine quality Markneukirchen violin bow is a high-class quality masterpiece from the 1940ies. The unstamped violin bow measures 74,2 cm from head to frog end and has weight of 57.1 g. The fine round stick is made of premium light brown pernambuco wood. The stick combines powerful, strengh, stiffness and works very powerfully yet handy at its light weight. The delicate head is worked out to the finest grade. The ebony frog is nickel mounted and adorned with a Pearl eye and a pearly slide. This recommendable violin bow is accurately, if not perfectly balanced, the felt balance-point is well centered. The measured balance-point is at 26.2 cm from the frog end including the llength of the adjuster. This fine violin bow produces a large, textured, bright and clear precise sound of excellent strength and adds clarity to violins with mellow, rounded sounds.

Inventory No.: B703
Provenance: Germany
Maker: Unknown
Weight: 57.1 g
Year: approx. 1940
950.0 €*
approx. $ 1064.0
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