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    Violin bow HAYNES

    The plate is all mother of Pearl, the front and the back, but two pieces.
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    Violin bow HAYNES

    It looks a good job. Here a picture with better light and with the bow cleaned. I think the wood is pretty too. What do you think?
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    Violin bow HAYNES

    thank you, learning a lot with you all.
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    Violin bow HAYNES

    I have this violin bow with a mark in the frog, and not in the stick, that reads HAYNES. The button looks ivory or bone. The stick is too dark and I could not see what kinf of wood is make of. I read something about Haynes bought bows from mirecourt and sold in London round 1890-1910. Could someone give me more information? If it is a mirecourt bow, in which workshop could it was make? As always thank you very much.
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    Folding violin bow. Patent 4006

    That is what I thought. It has 59,5 cm. when it is folded. Perfect for a case with the legth of the violin!
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    Folding violin bow. Patent 4006

    Someone know how to find information about the patent number? in the United States Patent and Trademark Office the number 4006 is a Cotton Press from 1845. http://pdfpiw.uspto.gov/.piw?Docid=00004006&homeurl=http%3A%2F%2Fpatft.uspto.gov%2Fnetacgi%2Fnph-Parser%3FSect1%3DPTO1%26Sect2%3DHITOFF%26d%3DPALL%26p%3D1%26u%3D%252Fnetahtml%252FPTO%252Fsrchnum.htm%26r%3D1%26f%3DG%26l%3D50%26s1%3D0004006.PN.%26OS%3DPN%2F0004006%26RS%3DPN%2F0004006&PageNum=&Rtype=&SectionNum=&idkey=NONE&Input=View+first+page Could it be from U.K.?
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    Folding violin bow. Patent 4006

    It plays well, better than expected. I have to re-hair it to proof it playability well.
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    Dodd, English or Germany?

    Thank you for your help. I always think it was not English, but maybe the button or the frog could be. None of the features you talk in your article was in this bow, but I had doubt because of my limited knowledge. I try to learn from the people of this forum. Any germany school or maker could make a bow like this?
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    Folding violin bow. Patent 4006

    Just for curiousity and to know if someone know more about this kind of bows. Here I have 2 collapsible (or folding) violin bows. I didn´t know that this kind of bow exits, and know I have 2. I read about Chanot or Pajeot and searching in google I found a patent of J.A. Adams in U.S.A. (1912) https://patents.google.com/patent/US1027636A/en Any idea who could made this bow?
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    Dodd, English or Germany?

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    Dodd, English or Germany?

    The button and the ferule, and maybe the frog. The stick less English. Later I take the picture of the face plate, but don't have the English feature you are looking for. Maybe it could be reworked.
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    Dodd, English or Germany?

    I need your opinion about this bow. It has features that remind me an English bow, but others that makes me think in a German copy.
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    David Furber

    This time I need informationa about David Furber. Where could I see pictures of his work, information about him and his work and what are the prices of his violins. thank you very much for your help.
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    Help identify this fine tuner

    It is a Hill model fine tuner.
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    Violin ID Assistance Please

    I could read : ...en Junio del 1845 Vettori Córdoba, República Argentina