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JANUARY 23, 2018    


>> Instrument Details

Type: Violin
Description: A good violin, labelled Made by George Craske (1795-1888) and sold by W. E. Hill & Sons London. Handsome one-piece back of narrow curl, the table of open medium grain, of a red brown colour, in good and immediate plaing condition, the fingerboard is numbered X329.

Maker: Craske, George
Place of Origin: ,
Circa: 1870

Authenticity Status: Bonham's "by"
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