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Lot 156: An English Ivory-and-Gold-Mounted Commemorative Violin Bow by Michael J. Taylor


£1,500 - £2,000

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Octagonal Stick. Images of Paganini depicted on both sides of frog


Stamped on the audience side: Michael J. Taylor. Further Stamped: Ealing Strings. Engraved on the ferrule and button with musical notation and No 22. Engraved on the slide: Bicentenary 1982 Nicolo Paganini Caprice No. 22 1782 - 1840.


by Michael J Taylor


Weight: 68g


Near-mint condition throughout *


Sold with an article 10 certificate. Brompton's advise prospective buyers to check with their own governments regarding wildlife import requirements prior to placing a bid. Please refer to Brompton's shipping page for more information: https://www.bromptons.co/auction/shipping-information.html

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