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Pierre Maline, French violin bow for Paul Beuscher Paris (certificate J.-F. Raffin)

A high-quality work by Pierre Maline for Paul Beuscher, made around 1920 with a certificate from J.-F. Raffin. This good, nickel-silver mounted violin bow has excellent playing qualities and lies comfortably and balanced in the hand. The balance point of the violin bow, which weighs just under 58 g, is centered in the middle, measured at 26.8 cm. The round stick is made of fine pernambuco and...

A high-quality work by Pierre Maline for Paul Beuscher, made around 1920 with a certificate from J.-F. Raffin. This good, nickel-silver mounted violin bow has excellent playing qualities and lies comfortably and balanced in the hand. The balance point of the violin bow, which weighs just under 58 g, is centered in the middle, measured at 26.8 cm. The round stick is made of fine pernambuco and is of medium strength with high resilience and plenty of action. This good Pierre Maline violin bow produces a strong and resonant sound, supported by volume, bright and open. Like all our violin bows, free shipping, 30-day return policy and Corilon's upgrade & trade-in guarantee.

€ 2,990.00
approx. $ 3,259.10
Inventory no.
B1126
Maker
Pierre Maline
Provenance
Mirecourt
Year
circa 1920
Tone
bright, voluminous, ringing, radiant upper registers
Weight
58.1 g
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Pierre Maline, French violin bow for Paul Beuscher Paris (certificate J.-F. Raffin)
Pierre Maline, French violin bow for Paul Beuscher Paris (certificate J.-F. Raffin)
Pierre Maline, French violin bow for Paul Beuscher Paris (certificate J.-F. Raffin)
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