Composite & Carbon Fiber Bows
1. HOWARD CORE, Violin Bow, , (Our #29973) $ 90.
2. HOWARD CORE, Violin Bow, 3/4 size, China, braided carbon fiber, nickel & black silk wrap, (Our #29436) $ 90.
3. ARTINO, Violin bow, Carbon fiber stick with nickel mounted ebony frog inset on the sides with nickel rings, whalebone style winding, 57 grams, (Our #30248) $ 120.
4. ARTINO, Violin bow, Carbon fiber stick with nickel mounted ebony frog inset on the sides with nickel rings, whalebone style winding, 57 grams, (Our #30247) $ 120.
5. Violin bow, New, braided carbon fiber, 59.5 grams, (Our #30150) $ 130.
6. Violin bow, braided carbon fiber, 58.5 grams, (Our #30151) $ 130.
7. CHINESE, Violin bow, New, braided carbon fiber, 60 grams, (Our #30148) $ 160.
8. CHINESE, Presto, New, braided carbon fiber 58.5 grams, (Our #30149) $ 160.
9. CODABOW, Violin Bow, NEW, Prodigy model, Precision graphite weave, blended Kevlar core, metal alloy tip, 5-year warranty, (Our #29697) INQUIRE
10. CODABOW, Violin Bow, NEW, Diamond NX model, Graphite diamond carbon fiber weave, Kevlar acoustic core, nickel silver mounts, 10-year warranty, (Our #30303) INQUIRE
11. CODABOW, Violin bow, NEW, Diamond SX model, Graphite diamond carbon fiber weave, Kevlar acoustic core, sterling silver and nickel mounts, 10- year warranty, (Our #29992) INQUIRE
12. CODABOW, Violin Bow, New, A specialized woven fiber design design featuring lightness and balanced toward the frog especially for fiddle, jazz and classical players, (Our #30087) $ 365.
13. CODABOW, Violin Bow, New, Luma model, A specialized woven fiber design design featuring lightness and balanced toward the frog especially for fiddle, jazz and classical players, (Our #30084) INQUIRE
14. CODABOW, Violin Bow, New, Originally developed exclusively for extended range and electric instruments. This breakthrough design is capable of commanding power from the lower range while still finessing color and nuance from the upper range., (Our #30085) INQUIRE
15. CODABOW, Violin Bow, NEW, Diamond GX model, Graphite diamond carbon fiber weave, Kevlar acoustic core, sterling silver mounts, Lifetime warranty, (Our #29703) HOLD
Violin Bows $1,000 and Under
16. W. DORFLER, Violin Bow, 1/2 size, Germany, a nice strong octagonal 1/2-size pernambuco violin bow, (Our #29860) $ 240.
17. G. A. PFRETZSCHNER, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, nickel-mounted, octagonal Brazilwood stick, 63gm with imitation whalebone winding, (Our #24384) HOLD
18. C. ORTEGA, Violin Bow, Brazil, nickel-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 60.6gm, (Our #28475) $ 300.
19. ANDREAS MORELLI, Violin Bow, Germany, 1950s, nickel-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 59.7gm with imitation whalebone winding, (Our #28504) $ 400.
20. GUY JEANDEL, Violin Bow 3/4 size, , (Our #29849) $ 400.
21. A. CARVALHO, Violin Bow, Brazil, 2010, nickel-munted, round pernambuco stick stamped: A CARVALHO BRASIL, 62gm, (Our #28565) HOLD
22. W. C. STENGER, Violin Bow, Chicago, 1920s-30s, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 61gm, Willibald Stenger (1872-1949) a violin maker who also made some bows starting in the 1920s, (Our #22144) HOLD
23. RICHARD WEICHOLD, WORKSHOP, Violin Bow, Dresden, c.1900, nickel-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick branded: IMITATION DE TOURTE; 58.3gm, (Our #28114) $ 700.
24. M. FRANCISCO, Violin Bow, Brazil, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 60.9gm, (Our #27055) $ 750.
25. GERMAN, Violin Bow, 1970s, silver-mounted, round figured pernambuco stick, 63.2gm, (Our #22093) $ 800.
26. DE MARCHI, Violin Bow, Brazil, 2005, silver-mounted; round pernambuco stick; 61.2 gm., a model very similar to that of Prosper Colas, De Marchi was a student of Pierre Guillaume, (Our #26672) $ 850.
27. ERNST MARTIN, Violin Bow, Saxony, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 58gm, (Our #26854) $ 950.
28. H. R. PFRETZSCHNER, WORKSHOP, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, c.1920, nickel-mounted, unstamped round pernambuco stick, 58.2gm, (Our #23937) $ 1,000.
Violin Bows $1,100 - $2,500
29. ERNST HEINRICH ROTH, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 64.2gm, (Our #22002) $ 1,200.
30. ERNST WILLY ZOPHEL, Violin Bow, Saxony, c.1925, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick stamped: E. W. ZOPHEL, 61.3 grams, (Our #29014) $ 1,200.
31. FRENCH, Violin Bow, Mirecourt, 57.5 grams, (Our #25149) $ 1,200.
32. GERMAN, Violin bow, c.1890, probably Pfretzschner workshop, octagonal 61.1 grams, (Our #29622) $ 1,200.
33. GERMAN, Violin Bow, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, stamped: "VUILLAUME", 58.4gm, (Our #24508) $ 1,200.
34. KURT PENZEL, Violin Bow, Erlbach, c.1930, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 59gm, (Our #27578) $ 1,200.
35. LOUIS BAZIN WORKSHOP, Violin Bow, Mirecourt, nickel-mounted, round pernambuco stick, non-original frog & adjuster, 59.2gm, (Our #27139) $ 1,200.
36. MANUEL RUHLMANN, Violin bow, Nancy, France, 2014, snakewood stick with head in the Baroque style, 60.3gm, (Our #30233) $ 1,200.
37. OTTO ADLER, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, c.1920s, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 61gm, (Our #29211) $ 1,200.
38. PFRETZSCHNER WORKSHOP, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, Unstamped, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco bow with an ebony frog and three- piece adjuster.58.6gm, (Our #28546) $ 1,200.
39. RICHARD GEIPEL, Violin Bow, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 61gm, (Our #28365) $ 1,200.
40. V. J. FERELLI, Violin Bow, Mirecourt, c.1940-50, nickel-mounted, light weight but reasonably strong round pernambuco stick, 52.8gm, from the Laberte workshop, (Our #28229) $ 1,200.
41. V. J. FERELLI, Violin Bow, Mirecourt, c.1940-50, nickel-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 60gm, from the Laberte workshop, (Our #27774) $ 1,200.
42. W. ERNST BY THE FINKEL WORKSHOP, Violin Bow, Switzerland, 1970s, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 61gm, (Our #28260) $ 1,250.
43. GERMAN FOR OLIVER DITSON CO., Violin Bow, c.1900, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick stamped: OLIVER DITSON CO., 58.7 gm., Knopf School, (Our #26685) $ 1,400.
44. OTTO DURRSCHMIDT, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 59gm, (Our #27833) $ 1,400.
45. BAUSCH SCHOOL, Violin Bow, 19th century, nickel-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 59.5gm, an interesting bow & possibly an early work of Ludwig Bausch, (Our #24431) $ 1,500.
46. CHRISTOPHER DICKSON, ATELIER, Violin Bow, New York, 2010, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 60gm, (Our #28683) $ 1,500.
47. CHRISTOPHER DICKSON, ATELIER, Violin Bow, New York, 2010, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 61gm, (Our #28682) $ 1,500.
48. EDWIN HERRMANN, Violin Bow, Schonlind, c.1920s, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 57.6 with tinsel winding, (Our #29033) $ 1,500.
49. EDWIN OTTO HERRMANN, Violin Bow, Schonlind (Saxony), c.1920, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 60gm, (Our #26325) $ 1,500.
50. ERNST HEINRICH ROTH, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, c.1930, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 65.5gm; probably from the Pfretzschner or Gustav Prager workshop, (Our #29586) $ 1,500.
51. KURT PENZEL, Violin Bow, Erlbach, c.1930, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 61.1gm with tinsel winding, (Our #27433) $ 1,500.
52. NICOLAS DELAUNE, Violin Bow, Lyon, France, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 62.5gm, (Our #25249) $ 1,500.
53. SIEGFRIED FINKEL, Violin Bow, Switzerland, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, Tourte model, 59gm, (Our #26984) $ 1,500.
54. RICHARD GEIPEL, Violin Bow, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 59.8gm, (Our #28328) $ 1,600.
55. OTTO HOYER, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, c.1930, silver-mounted pernambuco stick stamped: LEON PIQUE A PARIS;, 58.2gm, (Our #30073) $ 1,800.
56. AUGUST GEMUNDER & SONS, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, c.1900-20, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 59gm; bows were made for this firm by various German makers, in this case the work resembles that of the Nurnberger or Prager workshops, (Our #24882) $ 1,850.
57. E. MAX PENZEL, Violin Bow, silver-mounted, strong octagonal pernambuco stick, 58.1gm, (Our #28243) $ 1,850.
58. G. A. PFRETZSCHNER, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 56.2gm with tinsel winding, (Our #26560) $ 1,850.
59. E. NURNBERGER, Violin Bow, , (Our #29450) $ 2,000.
60. F. N. VOIRIN COPY, Violin Bow, German, c.1920s, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick branded F.N.VOIRIN, 57.2gm, (Our #22156) $ 2,000.
61. GIUSEPPE VITALE, Violin Bow, New York, 1930s, silver-mounted, strong octagonal pernambuco stick, 64gm, Giuseppe Vitale (1858-1917) was a prominent Brooklyn violinist who immigrated from Italy; his son made bows in the 1930s branded Giuseppe Vitale, (Our #26973) $ 2,000.
62. JEROME THIBOUVILLE-LAMY, WORKSHOP, Violin Bow, Mirecourt, c.1910-20, nickel-mounted, round pernambuco stick stamped GRANDINI, 61gm, (Our #28233) $ 2,000.
63. MAX WUNDERLICH, Violin bow, Erlback, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 60.1gm with tinsel winding; a strong bow in the Nurnberger style, (Our #30052) $ 2,000.
64. PFRETZSCHNER, SHOP OF, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, c.1920, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 62.5gm, (Our #29402) $ 2,000.
65. PFRETZSCHNER OR HOYER WORKSHOP, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, c.1930s, silver-mounted frog after J.B.Vuillaume "picture bow"with Stanhope lens (picture now absent), round pernambuco stick stamped VUILLAUME A PARIS, 65gm, (Our #27711) $ 2,200.
66. ADOLF C. SCHUSTER, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, 1920s-1930s, silver-mounted, strong octagonal pernambuco stick, 66.5gm, (Our #27256) $ 2,500.
67. ADOLF SCHUSTER, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, c.1930s, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 60gm, (Our #24387) $ 2,500.
68. ALBERT NURNBERGER, Violin Bow, Marneukirchen, c.1950, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 63.5gm, (Our #29503) $ 2,500.
69. EMILE MIQUEL, Violin Bow, Mirecourt, c.1880-90, nickel-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 55.4gm, somewhat light though with decent strength & excellent playing qualities; non-original adjuster, (Our #28127) $ 2,500.
70. FINKEL WORKSHOP, POSSIBLY, Violin Bow, Swiss, 1950s, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 62.5gm, copy of F. N. Voirin, probably the work of Z Finkel, (Our #24392) $ 2,500.
71. GOTTHARD SCHUSTER, Violin Bow, Bubenreuth, 1960s, silver-mounted, strong octagonal pernambuco stick, a handsome bow in nearly perfect condition, 67.3 grams, (Our #26550) $ 2,500.
72. GOTTHARD SCHUSTER, WORKSHOP OF, Violin Bow, Schonbach-Bubenreuth, 1930-80, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 59gm, (Our #28703) $ 2,500.
73. H. R. PFRETZSCHNER, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, c.1910, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 61gm, (Our #29420) $ 2,500.
74. H. R. PFRETZSCHNER, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick faintly stamped: G. CONE & FILS LYON, 61gm, (Our #24595) $ 2,500.
75. H. R. PFRETZSCHNER, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, c.1910-1920, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick stamped: Vtor FETIQUE A PARIS (later brand), 61gm, (Our #28369) $ 2,500.
76. H. R. PFRETZSCHNER WORKSHOP, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, c.1920, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick stamped A.LAMY A PARIS, 58.5gm, (Our #24199) $ 2,500.
77. SIEGFRIED FINKEL, Violin Bow, Switzerland, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 64gm, Tourte model, (Our #26548) $ 2,500.
Violin Bows $2,600 - $5,000
78. M. K. SCHUSTER, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, pearl-faceted adjuster, 60gm (Max Kurt Schuster), (Our #27388) $ 2,600.
79. H. R. PFRETZSCHNER, Violin bow, Markneukirchen, c.1920s, silver-mounted, strong octagonal pernambuco stick, 59.2gm with whalebone winding, (Our #29016) $ 2,750.
80. DOUGLAS RAGUSE, Violin Bow, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 60gm, (Our #29013) $ 3,000.
81. H. R. PFRETZSCHNER, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, c.1910, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 60.2gm with original silk and tinsel winding, (Our #29105) $ 3,000.
82. JOHN DODD, Violin Bow, London, c.1800-1820, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 56gm, branded "EURY", (Our #24132) $ 3,000.
83. KNOPF SCHOOL, Violin Bow, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick; 60gm, (Our #26830) $ 3,000.
84. LOUIS MORIZOT, PERE, Violin Bow, Mirecourt, c.1930, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick stamped: Vtor FETIQUE A PARIS; the stick grafted under the silver winding, 61.8gm, (Our #29613) $ 3,000.
85. LUDWIG NEUNER, Violin Bow, Vienna/Paris/Berlin, c.1867, tortoiseshell & gold mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 59gm with gold tinsel winding, partial break on the underside of the stick after the head. From 1860-1867 Ludwig Neuner worked in the shop of J.B. Vuillaume, (Our #27832) $ 3,000.
86. MALINE STYLE, Violin Bow, , (Our #30238) $ 3,000.
87. ALBERT NURNBERGER, Violin Bow, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick stamped: NURNBERGER, 59.4gm, (Our #24292) $ 3,500.
88. CHARLES NICOLAS BAZIN, Violin Bow, Mirecourt, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 58gm, (Our #24181) $ 3,500.
89. CHIPOT-VUILLAUME, Violin Bow, Mirecourt, c.1920s, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick stamped: CHIPOT-VUILLAUME PARIS, 62gm with tinsel winding, (Our #24443) $ 3,500.
90. HEINRICH KNOPF, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, c.1860-70, nickel-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 60gm, (Our #29352) $ 3,500.
91. JEROME THIBOUVILLE-LAMY, WORKSHOP, Violin Bow, Mirecourt, c.1880, nickel-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 63gm with silver tinsel winding; showing the influence of Joseph Martin, (Our #29096) $ 3,500.
92. LOUIS MORIZOT, Violin Bow, Mirecourt, c.1925, nickel-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 58.5gm, (Our #24763) $ 3,500.
93. MALCOLM TAYLOR, Violin Bow, London, 1974, gold & tortoiseshell mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 63gm, Taylor worked for Hill's from 1949 to 1973, (Our #24140) $ 3,500.
94. MANUEL RUHLMANN, Violin bow, Nancy, France, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 61.4gm, (Our #30232) HOLD
95. OTTO HOYER, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, c.1920, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick stamped GRIMM, 58.5gm, (Our #28945) $ 3,500.
96. W. E. HILL & SONS, Violin Bow, London, c.1930-40, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick stamped: HILL, 61grams, (Our #23752) $ 3,500.
97. W. E. HILL & SONS, Violin Bow, London, 1920s-1930s, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick stamped: H&S, 60.5gm; the work of Sidney Braithwaite Yeoman, (Our #29462) $ 3,500.
98. ALBERT NURNBERGER, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 62gm, (Our #28368) $ 3,800.
99. W. E. HILL & SONS, Violin Bow, London, 1937, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick stamped "HILL & SONS", 62.4gm, (Our #27490) $ 4,000.
100. W. E. HILL & SONS, Violin Bow, London, 1950s, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick stamped: W.E.HILL & SONS, 59.3gm with Hill's whalebone wrap, (Our #27750) $ 4,000.
101. W. E. HILL & SONS, Violin Bow, London, 1960, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick stamped W.E.HILL & SONS, 59.5gm, the work of Arthur Allen Brown, (Our #29544) $ 4,000.
102. W. E. HILL & SONS, Violin Bow, London, 1930, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick st: W.E.HILL & SONS, 58gm, the work of Sidney Braithwaite Yeoman, (Our #28702) $ 4,000.
103. ALBERT NURNBERGER, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 63.8gm, (Our #29067) $ 4,500.
104. ALBERT NURNBERGER, Violin bow, Markneukirchen, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 60.2gm, (Our #28802) $ 4,500.
105. BERNARD OUCHARD, Violin Bow, Geneva, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick stamped: VIDOUDEZ GENEVE, 60.4gm with whalebone winding, (Our #28608) $ 4,500.
106. CHARLES ALFRED BAZIN, Violin Bow, Mirecourt, c.1960, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 59gm, (Our #23044) $ 4,500.
107. CHARLES ALFRED BAZIN, Viola Bow, Mirecourt, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 74.5gm, (Our #23055) $ 4,500.
108. CHRISTOPHER DICKSON, Violin Bow, New York, 2011, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 61.8gm, (Our #29158) $ 4,500.
109. JAMES DODD, Violin Bow, London, c.1830, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, certificate by Rembert Wurlitzer, 61gm, (Our #24143) $ 4,500.
110. PAUL MARTIN SIEFRIED, Violin Bow, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 60gm with silk winding. A stunning bow by this modern maker in the style of Pajeot., (Our #27641) $ 4,500.
111. W. E. HILL & SONS, Violin Bow, London, 1944, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick stamped: W.E.HILL & SONS, 57gm with the original whalebone winding, (Our #29281) $ 4,500.
112. W. E. HILL & SONS, Violin Bow, London, c.1920, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick stamped: W.E.HILL & SONS, 61gm, a wonderful example of the work of Sidney Braithwaite Yeoman, (Our #28588) HOLD
113. MARCEL LAPIERRE, Violin Bow, Mirecourt, 1952, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 65gm, (Our #28701) $ 4,800.
114. CHRISTIAN FRIEDRICH W. KNOPF, ATTRIBUTED TO, Cello Bow, Markneukirchen, c.1860, nickel-mounted, round pernambuco stick, the head in the style of Dodd; a fine example in nearly perfect condition, 80gm, (Our #22730) $ 5,000.
115. CLAUDE THOMASSIN, Violin Bow, Paris, nickel-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 56.2gm, (Our #24170) $ 5,000.
116. JOSEPH KUN, Violin Bow, Ottowa, gold & tortoiseshell mounted, round pernambuco stick, 59gm, (Our #28366) $ 5,000.
117. STEPHEN SALCHOW, Violin Bow, New York, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 61gm, Persois model, (Our #29790) HOLD
118. STEPHEN SALCHOW, Viola Bow, New York, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 70.7gm, Dodd model, (Our #29986) $ 5,000.
$2,600-$5,500
119. JEROME THIBOUVILLE-LAMY, Violin Bow, Mirecourt, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick stamped: SARASATE, 60.8gm, (Our #30237) INQUIRE
120. CUNIOT-HURY, Violin Bow, Mirecourt, c.1890, silver-mounted frog in the style of J.B.Vuillaume, round pernambuco stick, 58.5gm, (Our #27758) INQUIRE
121. W. E. HILL & SONS, Violin Bow, London, 1951, silver & tortoiseshell mounted, octagonal pernmabuco stick, 57.8gm with original whalebone winding; the stick the work of Albert Leeson, the frog the work of William Watson, (Our #28367) INQUIRE
122. FRANCOIS LUPOT II, Violin Bow, Paris, c.1820, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 57.5gm, an expertly done splice repair to the head, the adjuster by Persois,, (Our #27630) INQUIRE
123. JAMES TUBBS, Violin Bow, London, c.1900, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 57gm, (Our #28721) INQUIRE
124. LOUIS MORIZOT, PERE, Violin Bow, Mirecourt, c.1920, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick stamped A.MONZINO-MILANO, 61.3gm, by Louis Morizot pere (the Monzino family were prominent violin makers & dealers in Milan active in the first half 20th century); this model was greatly influenced by Eugene Sartory, (Our #24184) INQUIRE
125. LOUIS MORIZOT, PERE, Violin Bow, Mirecourt, c.1920, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 61.9gm with silver tinsel wrap, stamped E. BOULANGEOT A LYON (by Louis Morizot pere & sold by the shop of Emile Boulangeot); this model was very much influenced by his earlier association with Eugene Sartory, (Our #24100) INQUIRE
126. CUNIOT-HURY, Violin Bow, Mirecourt, silver-mounted, round dark pernambuco stick, 61gm, (Our #27789) INQUIRE
127. W. E. HILL & SONS, Violin Bow, London, c.1915, silver & tortoiseshell-mounted, round highly figured pernambuco stick stamped: W.E. HILL & SONS, the work of Sidney Yeoman; 61.7gm. One of the most attractive Hill violin bows we have seen, (Our #25049) INQUIRE
128. CHARLES NICOLAS BAZIN, Violin Bow, Mirecourt, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, an early work of this maker in the style of F. N. Voirin, stamped: J.B.VUILLAUME, the adjuster probably by Joseph Martin, 58gm, (Our #23051) INQUIRE
129. W. E. HILL & SONS, Violin Bow, London, c.1900, silver & tortoiseshell mounted, figured octagonal pernambuco stick stamped: W.E.HILL & SONS, a particularly fine Hill bow & possibly an early example of the work of William Charles Retford, 59gm, (Our #24150) INQUIRE
130. LOUIS BAZIN, Violin Bow, Mirecourt, c.1925-30, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 61.5gm, (Our #24175) INQUIRE
131. THOMAS TUBBS, Violin Bow, London, c.1825, a remarkable copy of FrancoisTourte by Thomas Tubbs, octagonal stick of highly figured pernambuco, later silver-mounted frog & adjuster by Rodney Mohr, 56gm, (Our #30288) INQUIRE
132. AUGUST BARBE, Violin Bow, Mirecourt/Paris, c.1885, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick stamped: GAND & BERNARDEL FRES., 57.2 grams, (Our #24187) INQUIRE
133. CHARLES JOSEPH THEODORE GUINOT, Violin Bow, Mirecourt, c.1845, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 60.5gm with tinsel winding, (Our #28363) INQUIRE
134. CLAUDE THOMASSIN, Violin Bow, Paris, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick stamped: JOHN & ARTHUR BEARE, 58gm, (Our #24169) INQUIRE
135. JUSTIN POIRSON, Violin Bow, Paris, c.1890-1900, silver-mounted; round pernambuco stick stamped: POIRSON A PARIS ;57gm, (Our #29506) INQUIRE
136. CLAUDE THOMASSIN, Violin Bow, Paris, c.1910, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick branded PAUL JOMBAR, 56.5gm, (Our #24188) INQUIRE
137. EMILE A. OUCHARD, Violin Bow, Gan, France, 1964, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 65.5gm; a very late Ouchard (died 1969), somewhat less elegant than his earlier work & very strong, (Our #28481) INQUIRE
138. JAMES TUBBS, Violin Bow, London, c.1895-1900, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 62.9gm, (Our #29905) INQUIRE
139. W. E. HILL & SONS, Violin Bow, London, 1938, tortoiseshell and gold-mounted, the frog with gold fleur-de-lis to the sides, octagonal pernambuco stick, the work of Edgar Bishop, (Our #29959) INQUIRE
140. JAMES TUBBS, Violin Bow, London, c.1900, silver-mounted, round dark pernambuco stick, unusually sturdy for this maker, 63.2gm, (Our #28003) INQUIRE
141. W. E. HILL & SONS, Violin Bow, London, 1959, transparent tortoiseshell frog with engraved gold mounts and fleur-de-lis, the ferrule engraved: St. Lawrence Seaway July 1959 (made to commemorate the opening of the seaway by Queen Elizabeth II), the work of William Watson, 61gm with whalebone winding, (Our #28349) INQUIRE
142. WILLIAM TUBBS, Violin Bow, London, c.1850, silver-mounted, dark round pernambuco stick, 61.8gm, the stick branded T.TUBBS under the frog, (Our #27735) INQUIRE
143. FRANCOIS PECCATTE, SHOP OF, Violin Bow, Paris & Mirecourt, c.1845, nickel-mounted, round stick of amourette, 59.7gm, Certificate by Paul Childs, (Our #24506) INQUIRE
144. ALFRED LAMY, FILS, Violin Bow, Paris, c.1890s, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 60.5gm, later silver adjuster, (Our #29155) INQUIRE
145. JAMES TUBBS, Cello Bow, London, c.1875, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick branded: J.TUBBS, 80gm, certificate by Wm. Lewis & Son, (Our #26046) INQUIRE
146. NICOLAS MALINE, Violin Bow, Mirecourt, c.1845, nickel-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 59.5gm, (Our #24176) INQUIRE
147. FRANCOIS NICOLAS VOIRIN, Violin Bow, Paris, c.1880, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 58gm, (Our #29464) INQUIRE
148. ALFRED LAMY, FILS, Violin Bow, Paris, c.1910, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 58mm; George Leon Lamy (1881-1915) was Alfred Lamy's 2nd son, as well as his pupil & assistant. His work is very difficult to distinguish from that of his father's; certificate available from Paul Childs, (Our #29291) INQUIRE
149. ALFRED LAMY, Violin Bow, Paris, c.1895-1900, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 62.2gm, the late work of Alfred Lamy pere, (Our #29404) INQUIRE
150. ALFRED LAMY, FILS, Violin Bow, Paris, c.1890s, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick branded: A LAMY A PARIS; 60.6gm, the work of Alfred Lamy's first son Hippolyte Camille Lamy, (Our #28858) INQUIRE
151. EUGENE SARTORY, Violin Bow, Paris, c.1920, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 58.5gm, certificate from Wm. Moennig & Son, Philadelphia, (Our #29591) INQUIRE
152. ETIENNE PAJEOT, Violin Bow, Mirecourt, c.1835-, silver-mounted, round stick possibly of amourette, 61.8gm with tinsel winding; good reproduction adjuster by Jacob Mitas, (Our #28804) INQUIRE
153. EUGENE SARTORY, Violin Bow, Paris, c.1910-20, silver-mounted, round dark pernambuco stick, 63.4gm, (Our #29192) INQUIRE
154. FRANCOIS NICOLAS VOIRIN, Violin bow, Paris, c.1880-1885, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 59gm, (Our #29914) INQUIRE
155. FRANCOIS PECCATTE, Violin Bow, Mirecourt, c.1850, silver-mounted, round amourette stick, the handle expertly grafted under the winding, 61.6gm, (Our #29576) INQUIRE
156. NICOLAS MALINE, Violin Bow, Mirecourt, c.1850, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick with the handle grafted under the winding, nice somewhat later ebony Vuillaume-style frog, 62.5gm, superb playing qualities, (Our #27449) INQUIRE
157. F. N. VOIRIN FOR J. B. VUILLAUME, Violin Bow, Paris, c.1865, silver-mounted ebony frog with Stanhope lens & risque picture of a girl with bow & arrow; round pernambuco stick stamped: J.B.VUILLAUME, 58gm; the early work of F. N. Voirin, (Our #28797) INQUIRE
158. JEAN-JOSEPH MARTIN FOR J. B. VUILLAUME, Violin Bow, Paris, c.1860-1870, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 58gm, (Our #27591) INQUIRE
159. FRANCOIS LUPOT II, Violin Bow, Paris, c.1825, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 56gm, with an appraisal by Wm. Moennig & Son, Phila., to philanthropist Wm. Rosenwald, noting a certificate from Kenneth Warren (now absent); formerly used by violinist Mary Kurtz, (Our #27278) INQUIRE
160. PIERRE SIMON, Violin Bow, Paris, silver-mounted frog in the style of J. B. Vuillaume, round slightly figured pernambuco stick with wear to the handle, particularly fine playing qualities, 61gm, (Our #26367) INQUIRE
161. FRANCOIS LUPOT II, Violin Bow, Paris, c.1830, silver-mounted, particularly beautiful round pernambuco stick, 54.5gm with the original silk & tinsel winding (without thumb-grip); strongly showing the influence of Francois Tourte; a repair to the stick at the handle, (Our #29409) INQUIRE
162. FRANCOIS LUPOT II, Violin bow, Paris, c.1830, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 56gm, (Our #29825) INQUIRE
163. NICOLAS LEONARD TOURTE, Violin Bow, Paris, c.1790, silver-mounted, later reproduction silver adjuster, round pernambuco stick, 59gm, certificate available by Isaac Salchow, (Our #28445) INQUIRE
164. PIERRE SIMON, Violin Bow, Paris, c.1860, tortoiseshell and gold-mounted frog with Stanhope lens with a miniature photograph of J. B. Vuillaume, elegant & finely preserved round pernambuco stick, the frog has wear to the thumb projection, 58.7gm; Certificate by Jean-Francois Raffin, (Our #28676) INQUIRE
Early & Historical Bows
165. BAROQUE BOW, Violin Bow, 666mm, (Our #24501) $ 2,000.
166. FRENCH, Gamba Bow, 68.4g, (Our #22107) $ 3,000.
167. TOURTE, STAMPED, Violin Bow, elongated pike head violin bow, fluted pernambuco stick with reverse camber stamped: TOURTE, open ebony frog, 40.8gm, (Our #22126) $ 3,500.
Composite & Carbon Fiber
168. CODABOW, Viola Bow, New, Prodigy model, Precision graphite weave, blended Kevlar core, metal alloy tip, 5-year warranty, (Our #29698) $ 250.
169. CODABOW, Viola Bow, New, Diamond NX model, Graphite diamond carbon fiber weave, Kevlar acoustic core, nickel silver mounts, 10-year warranty, (Our #29844) INQUIRE
Viola Bows $1,000 and Under
170. GERMAN, Viola Bow, Germany, nickel-mounted, octagonal Brazilwood, stick 74gm, (Our #22061) $ 250.
171. BAUSCH, Viola Bow, nickel-mounted round pernambuco stick, 68.4gm, (Our #24598) $ 300.
172. EMILE DUPREE, Viola Bow, Germany, 1950s-1960s, nickel mounted, round pernambuco stick, 69.5gm with imitation whalebone wrap, (Our #26021) $ 400.
173. DORFLER, Viola Bow, nickel-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 64.8gm w/imitation whalebone winding, (Our #25827) $ 500.
174. GERMAN, Viola Bow, c.1950s, nickel-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 67gm, (Our #22024) $ 550.
175. ARY, Viola Bow, France, 1998, nickel-mounted, round pernambuco stick; 72.4gm, (Our #24377) $ 600.
176. E. M. PENZEL, Viola Bow, nickel-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 65gm, (Our #28450) $ 650.
177. H. R. PFRETZSCHNER, WORKSHOP, Viola Bow, Markneukirchen, 1950s, nickel-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 65.5gm, (Our #24385) $ 750.
178. FRANZ WINKLER, Viola Bow, nickel-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 65gm, (Our #25227) $ 850.
179. EMILE DUPREE, Viola Bow, Germany, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick stamped EMILE DUPREE/ FRANCE, 63.5gm, (Our #22118) $ 900.
180. MOINIER, ATELIER, Viola Bow, Mirecourt, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 72.4gm, (Our #29197) $ 1,000.
181. W. R. SCHUSTER, Viola Bow, Germany, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 64.8 grams, (Our #28478) $ 1,000.
Viola Bows $1,100 - $2,500
182. ARTHUR THOMA, Viola Bow, Hohendorf, Germany, c.1960s, octagonal pernambuco stick, silver mounted, 63gm. with tinsel wrap, (Our #25318) $ 1,200.
183. FINKEL WORKSHOP, Viola Bow, Switzerland, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick; 70.6gm, (Our #22078) $ 1,200.
184. KNOPF FAMILY, Viola Bow, Dresden, c.1890, nickel-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 66gm; possibly by Wilhelm Knopf, (Our #24375) $ 1,200.
185. HEINZ DOLLING, Viola Bow, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 69gm, (Our #28060) $ 1,400.
186. BAUSCH/KNOPF SCHOOL, Viola Bow, Leipzig, c.1870, nickel-mounted, round snakewood stick, 67gm, (Our #24381) $ 1,500.
187. HEINZ DOLLING, Viola Bow, Wernitzgrun, 1950s-60s, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 69.5gm, (Our #27827) $ 1,500.
188. ALBERT NURNBERGER, Viola Bow, Markneukirchen, silver mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 71.5gm, (Our #25778) $ 1,850.
189. J. S. FINKEL, Viola Bow, Switzerland, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 70gm, (Our #28479) $ 2,200.
190. FRANZ WINKLER, Viola Bow, Markneukirchen, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 67.7gm, (Our #24195) $ 2,500.
191. JOHN CLUTTERBUCK, Viola Bow, London, 1984, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 70g with whalebone winding, (Our #29073) $ 2,500.
192. MORIZOT FRERES, Viola Bow, Mirecourt, c.1950s, nickel-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 69.5gm, (Our #23156) $ 2,500.
193. VINCENZO DELUCCIA, Viola Bow, Philadelphia, c.1930s, silver-mounted, very strong octagonal pernambuco stick, 72gm, (Our #29074) $ 2,500.
Viola Bows $2,600 - $5,000
194. CHARLES PONCIN, Viola Bow, Brussels, c.1900, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick stamped C.PONCIN A BRUXELLES (b.1854-d.1933), 70gm, (Our #28621) $ 3,500.
195. W. E. HILL & SONS, Viola Bow, London, c.1890, silver-mounted, highly figured octagonal pernambuco stick, the frog with repaired cracks, the head & handle quite worn, still however, a great viola bow & probably the work of Samuel Allen, 68.2 gms, (Our #26379) $ 3,750.
196. CHARLES ALFRED BAZIN, Viola Bow, Mirecourt, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 66gm, (Our #22068) $ 4,000.
197. PAUL MARTIN SIEFRIED, Viola Bow, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, in the style of Grand Adam, 71.1 gm, (Our #27552) $ 4,000.
198. LOUIS MORIZOT, Viola Bow, Mirecourt, silver-mounted, strong octagonal pernambuco stick, 69.5gm, (Our #28453) $ 5,000.
199. STEPHEN SALCHOW, Viola Bow, New York, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 70.6gm, early Tourte model, (Our #29987) $ 5,000.
Viola Bows Over $5,000
200. EMILE A. OUCHARD, Viola Bow, 1960, tortoiseshell & gold mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 70.3gm ; "Constellation" model, the head with pinned crack repair, (Our #29900) INQUIRE
201. DODD OR TUBBS FAMILY, Viola Bow, London, c.1830-50, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick stamped: DODD, 76.5gm, (Our #27786) INQUIRE
202. TUBBS FAMILY, Viola Bow, London, c.1850, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 67.3gm, from the Thomas or William Tubbs workshop; very similar to lot 285 Sotheby's Cooper Collection sale of March '09, as John Dodd, (Our #25700) INQUIRE
203. ALBERT FLEURY, Viola Bow, Paris, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 67gm, (Our #29719) INQUIRE
204. MIRECOURT WORKSHOP, Viola Bow, c.1850, nickel-mounted, octagonal ironwood stick, 68gm, possibly from the Maline or Francois Peccatte workshops, (Our #24471) INQUIRE
205. FRANCOIS PECCATTE, WORKSHOP OF, Viola Bow, Mirecourt, c.1850-60, nickel-mounted, round ironwood stick, 70.5gm, (Our #24300) INQUIRE
206. EMILE A. OUCHARD, Viola Bow, Paris/ New York, 1947, silver-mounted, strong octagonal pernambuco stick stamped: E.A.OUCHARD PARIS; 75gm; one of E. A. Ouchard's fine early New York bows, (Our #29070) INQUIRE
207. JAMES TUBBS, Viola Bow, London, c.1870, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 68gm; a fine early work of James Tubbs, (Our #28948) INQUIRE
208. FRANCOIS NICOLAS VOIRIN, Violin/Viola Bow, Paris, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 62gm, (Our #29906) INQUIRE
209. JAMES TUBBS FOR W. E. HILL, Viola Bow, London, c.1860, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick stamped: W.E.HILL, 71.2gm with period whalebone winding, in rare original condition including the pearl slide, adjuster screw & ebony tongue, (Our #29907) INQUIRE
Composite & Carbon Fiber
210. ARTINO, Cello bow, Carbon fiber stick with nickel mounted ebony frog inset on the sides with nickel rings, whalebone style winding, 80.4 grams, (Our #30251) $ 140.
211. ARTINO, Cello Bow, Carbon fiber stick with nickel mounted ebony frog inset on the sides with nickel rings, whalebone style winding, 79.9 grams, (Our #30250) $ 140.
212. CODABOW, Cello Bow, New, , (Our #29804) INQUIRE
213. CODABOW, Cello Bow, New, Diamond NX model, Graphite diamond carbon fiber weave, Kevlar acoustic core, nickel silver mounts, 10-year warranty, (Our #29845) INQUIRE
Cello Bows $1,000 and Under
214. EASTMAN, Cello Bow, NEW, , (Our #29801) $ 200.
215. R. V. BENNIGSEN, Cello Bow, c.1995, silver-mounted horn frog, round composite stick, (Our #30020) $ 400.
216. ST CYR VIOLINS, Gamba Bow, a lovely new baroque style bow, with a pike head, the fluted octagonal stick and the open frog of snakewood, with a turned ebony button, 71.6 grams, (Our #26282) $ 400.
217. PIERRE DUMAS, Cello Bow, France, nickel-mounted, round pernambuco stick stamped PIERRE DUMAS,,81gm, (Our #29978) $ 450.
218. D. CHAGAS, Cello Bow, Brazil, nickel-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 80.6gm, (Our #28570) $ 600.
219. ARTHUR THOMA, Cello Bow, Saxony, nickel-mounted, strong octagonal pernambuco stick, 86.6gm, (Our #29846) $ 650.
220. BAUSCH WORKSHOP, Cello Bow, nickel-mounted, round pernambuco stick stamped BAUSCH, 82.5gm, (Our #24468) $ 850.
221. HORST SCHICKER, Cello Bow, Bubenreuth, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 79.5gm, (Our #25148) $ 1,000.
Cello Bows $1,100 - $2.,500
222. FRENCH, Cello Bow, Mirecourt School, probably by Roger Lotte, nickel-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 74gm, (Our #23284) $ 1,100.
223. HEINZ DOLLING, Cello Bow, silver-mounted, round stick of figured snakewood, 88.5gm, certificate from William Moennig & Son, (Our #29977) $ 1,250.
224. EGIDIUS DORFLER, Cello Bow, Bubenreuth, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick stamped: *EGIDIUS DORFLER***, 81.8gm, (Our #28989) $ 1,400.
225. EGIDIUS DORFLER, Cello Bow, Bubenreuth, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick stamped: *EGIDIUS DORFLER***, 81.6gm, (Our #28990) $ 1,600.
226. H. R. PFRETZSCHNER, Cello Bow, Markneukirchen, c.1920, nickel-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 79.6gm, Pfretzschner's "student"model with "portrait"brand on frog, (Our #25818) $ 1,600.
227. RUDOLF DOTSCHKAIL, Cello Bow, silver mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick: 82.3gm, (Our #25081) $ 1,600.
228. C. H. BUTHOD, Cello Bow, Mirecourt, c.1900, nickel-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 76.5gm; for the firm of J. Thibouville-Lamy, stamped: C.H.BOUTHOD-PARIS, (Our #24357) $ 2,500.
229. HOYER OR NURNBERGER WORKSHOP, Cello Bow, Markneukirchen, c.1910, silver-mounted. round pernambuco stick, 83.3gm, much wear but a superb cello bow at a good value, (Our #28498) $ 2,500.
230. JOHN CLUTTERBUCK, Cello Bow, London, stamped: JOHN CLUTTERBUCK; silver mounted, round pernambuco stick; 79.6gm, (Our #24990) $ 2,500.
231. N. D. CROWDER, Cello Bow, gold-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 76.5gm with whalebone winding, (Our #28397) $ 2,500.
232. PIERRE GUILLAUME, Cello Bow, Brussels, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick stamped: Aier Guillaume, 81.4gm, (Our #25862) $ 2,500.
233. PIERRE GUILLAUME WORKSHOP, Cello Bow, Brussels, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick stamped: Atelier Guillaume, 80gm, (Our #28145) $ 2,500.
234. ROGER LOTTE, Cello Bow, Mirecourt, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 74.6gm with silver winding, (Our #22145) $ 2,500.
Cello Bows $2,600 - $5,000
235. FRANZ ALBERT HERRMANN, Cello Bow, Schonlind, c.1900, silver-mounted, strong round pernambuco stick, 81.5gm, (Our #29144) $ 3,000.
236. VINCENZO DELUCCIA, Cello Bow, Philadelphia, silver-mounted, very strong round pernambuco stick, 84.5gm, (Our #28381) $ 3,500.
237. ALBERT NURNBERGER, Cello Bow, Markneukirchen, c.1925, silver-mounted, strong round pernambuco stick, 83.5gm, (Our #25808) $ 4,000.
238. ALBERT NURNBERGER, Cello Bow, Markneukirchen, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 77.5gm, (Our #26675) $ 4,000.
239. ALBERT NURNBERGER, Cello Bow, Markneukirchen, silver-mounted, strong octagonal pernambuco stick, 75.4gm, (Our #27874) $ 4,000.
240. CHARLES NICOLAS BAZIN WORKSHOP, Cello Bow, Mirecourt, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 73gm, (Our #24343) $ 4,000.
241. LOUIS BAZIN WORKSHOP, Cello Bow, Mirecourt, nickel-mounted, round pernambuco stick stamped: DEBLAYE, 77gm, (Our #26089) $ 4,500.
242. LUDWIG BAUSCH SR., Cello Bow, c.1860-70, later silver ferrule & original nickel adjuster, round pernambuco stick, 77.5gm with period-style silver tinsel wrap, (Our #27043) $ 4,500.
243. MALCOLM TAYLOR, Cello Bow, London, 1975, tortoiseshell & gold-mounted frog with gold swallows inlaid into the sides, octagonal pernambuco stick, 85gm, particularly fine condition, (Our #26054) $ 4,500.
244. OTTO HOYER, Cello Bow, Markneukirchen, 1924, silver-mounted, strong octagonal pernambuco stick stamped: OTTO HOYER-PARISSER, 84.5gm, (Our #26073) $ 4,500.
245. CHARLES ALFRED BAZIN, Cello Bow, Mirecourt, silver-mounted, strong octagonal pernambuco stick, 83gm, (Our #22046) $ 4,800.
246. LOUIS BAZIN, Cello Bow, Mirecourt, nickel-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 79.5gm, (Our #24704) $ 4,800.
247. ARTHUR BULTITUDE, Cello bow, London, 1970s, engraved gold mounts, round pernambuco stick, 82.4gm, (Our #28399) $ 5,000.
248. CHARLES ALFRED BAZIN, Cello Bow, Mirecourt, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 82gm, by Charles Bazin II, in mint condition, (Our #22047) $ 5,000.
249. CHARLES ALFRED BAZIN, Cello Bow, Mirecourt, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 78gm, (Our #22658) $ 5,000.
250. STEPHEN SALCHOW, Cello Bow, New York, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 87gm, (Our #30299) $ 5,000.
Cello Bows Over $5,000
251. CHARLES NICOLAS BAZIN, Cello Bow, Mirecourt, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick branded: H. C. SILVESTRE, 78gm, (Our #25710) INQUIRE
252. JOHN DODD FOR BETTS, Cello Bow, London, c.1800, later silver-mounted frog, round pernambuco stick stamped BETTS's, 81gm, (Our #26096) INQUIRE
253. FRANCOIS NICOLAS VOIRIN, Cello Bow, Paris, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 70gm, (Our #28402) INQUIRE
254. ANDRE CHARDON, Cello Bow, Paris, 1930s, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 86.5gm, by Andre Chardon for Chanot & Chardon, (Our #22181) INQUIRE
255. W. E. HILL & SONS, Cello Bow, London, 1964, gold-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 80.2gm, the work of Malcolm Taylor, (Our #26053) INQUIRE
256. W. E. HILL & SONS, Cello Bow, London, 1960, tortoiseshell & silver-mounted, the frog with a silver fleur-de-lys to each side, octagonal pernambuco stick, 80.6gm, a particularly fine and beautiful work of William Watson, (Our #26050) INQUIRE
257. LOUIS THOMASSIN, Cello Bow, Paris, silver mounted, round pernambuco stick stamped: GUSTAVE BERNARDEL, 74.6gm, in nearly perfect condition, (Our #26077) INQUIRE
258. VICTOR FETIQUE, Cello Bow, Paris, silver-mounted, round stick, 83gm with tinsel grip, certificate by Rembert Wurlitzer, New York, very strong, (Our #26076) INQUIRE
259. LOUIS GILLET, Cello Bow, Paris, c.1946, silver-mounted, round pernambuco, stick stamped: DUPUY A PARIS; 81gm; made by Louis Gillet, in the style of Eugene Sartory; Gillet worked with Sartory from 1934-1946, this bow for George Louis Dupuy, Sartory's son-in-law, (Our #29403) INQUIRE
260. LOUIS PANORMO, Cello Bow, London, silver-mounted, strong octagonal pernambuco stick, 82gm (Louis Panormo bows were commonly made by members of the Tubbs family), (Our #23523) INQUIRE
261. CLAUDE THOMASSIN, Cello Bow, Paris, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 81.8gm, (Our #26067) INQUIRE
262. WILLIAM TUBBS, Cello Bow, London, c.1860-70, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 83.5gm, possibly with the hand of his son Edward; certificate by Wm. Lewis & Son, Chicago, (Our #26047) INQUIRE
263. JAMES TUBBS, cello bow, London, c.1880, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 84.5gm with whalebone winding, (Our #29895) INQUIRE
264. LOUIS THOMASSIN FOR LEON BERNARDEL, Cello Bow, Paris, c.1900, silver mounted,, octagonal pernambuco stick stamped: LEON BERNARDEL, 77.4gm, a model after Francois Tourte; certificate available from Isaac Salchow, (Our #26078) INQUIRE
265. VICTOR FETIQUE, Cello Bow, Paris, c.1924, silver-mounted, strong octagonal pernambuco stick branded: EXPO LONDRES 1924, 79.2gm, (Our #28790) INQUIRE
266. CHARLES PECCATTE, ATTRIBUTED TO, Cello Bow, Paris, probably, c.1890-1900, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 75.2gm, (Our #28736) INQUIRE
267. CLAUDE JOSEPH FONCLAUSE, Cello Bow, c.1820, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 81.4gm, with a nicely-done wedge-shaped repair to the cheek, (Our #22732) INQUIRE
268. VICTOR FETIQUE, Cello Bow, Paris, c.1925, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 79.4gm, (Our #28742) INQUIRE
269. FRANCOIS JUDE GAULARD, Cello Bow, Mirecourt, c.1840, silver-mounted, strong octagonal pernambuco stick faintly branded LUPOT, 81.8gm, certificate by Wm. Moennig & Son, as the work of Francois Lupot, (Our #25590) INQUIRE
270. FRANCOIS NICOLOAS VOIRIN, Cello bow, Paris, silver-mounted round pernambuco stick, 80.5 grams, a stunning example but for a later adjuster, (Our #30024) INQUIRE
271. FRANCOIS LUPOT II, Cello Bow, Paris, c.1820, gold-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 74.5gm, the head with old nicely repaired cheek crack, (Our #24051) INQUIRE
272. FRANCOIS NICOLAS VOIRIN, Cello Bow, Paris, c.1880, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 78gm (previously sold & certified by Wm. Moennig & Son), an unsually strong octagonal bow by Voirin & in particularly fine condition, (Our #25585) INQUIRE
273. FRANCOIS LUPOT II, Cello Bow, Paris, c.1820, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 71.2gm with whalebone winding (Lupot cellos bows are typically of light weight), (Our #27895) INQUIRE
274. EUGENE SARTORY, Cello Bow, Paris, c.1915, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, later adjuster, 78.8gm, (Our #30132) INQUIRE
Bass & Other Bows
275. CIRILO SOUSA, Bass Bow, Brasil, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, French-style, 138.9 grams, (Our #25510) $ 800.
276. LOUIS PANORMO, Bass Bow, London, c.1840, Dragonetti Style, round pernambuco stick branded on both sides: L.PANORMO, fixed unmounted open ebony frog secured by a brass screw, 150gm, a similar bass bow in the collection of the Birmingham Conservatoire, (Our #29649) $ 3,500.