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Sale: 7th June 2021

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Lot 22: Property of the late David Stevenson. A Very Fine Chased Gold and Ebony-Mounted Violin Bow by James Tubbs


£12,000 - £18,000

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20% buyers premium only


Round stick


Stamped: Jas TUBBS. Engraved on the ferrule and heelplate: EBH 1893; the heelplate, button, ferrule, and face engraved with scrolling foliate designs


by James Tubbs


Weight: 59g


Excellent throughout, with the exception of small pin crack to back of head. *


This bow is believed to have been presented to Ernest Baxter, a Hopkinson Scholar at the Royal College of Music, by its first Principal, Hubert Parry

While Brompton's will endeavour to provide basic condition reports upon request for bows under £1,000, we will not accept responsibility for condition issues where any damage may be hidden under the thumb grip, lapping, or in any other way obscured and not immediately visible to the naked eye.

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