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  1. then this pecatte school bow in Tarisio Auction has a Maline Frog? Only to learnt. https://tarisio.com/auctions/auction/lot/?csid=2198994944&cpid=3598303232
  2. Thanks to you! Now I know that it is pernambuco I will try with Gruenke.
  3. Then I have to think to show this bow to an expert on German bows... like who?...
  4. I watched few times the Tarisio conference "L' archet revolutionaire", "French or German Bows for Beethoven; A Political Choice" and "The Tourte Family at the end of 18th century", looking for info for this bow. I think that all I could say is that it looks germany first part of 19c. I think that it could be from Mittenwald because this kind of cornice seating is bigger than in Markneukirchen and in my bow the cornice seating is big and round. But in a part of the video, Koepp said that this kind of cornice seating is found in other countries, not only germany. Then I found this picture in Millant 2017 Vichy Encheres auction, and is sold as "Baguette d’archet de violon de l’école de TOURTE" It has a cornice seating! ok, it don't say that this is a french bow, but maybe Tourte school is more interesting than Mittenwald bow. And in 2018 this one is sold with the name of " Intéressant archet de violon de l’école de TOURTE" Then Raffin say in the email that "this bow is a bit interesting but seams very retouched at the frog part of the stick? It is possibly from the Tourte school but it need a good study in our shop." I wan to know if this bow could worth the price to travel to Paris to show to him in person. Or at least what is your opinion about this bow.
  5. I don't explain my self, sorry. I am asking what are the people opinion about this bow. Raffin say by mail that the bow is "a bit" interesting and he need to see in person. But I want to know of there is a possibility that this bow could be French, or interesting.
  6. Do you think it is worth to show this one to Raffin or it is "only" a German bow?
  7. I foud this scroll in tarisio "French lutherie of the 17th century" article with the same sand clock form of mine. What do you think?
  8. With this kind of blocks then there were linnings or no? Or mine has later linnings?
  9. Now, with the @mendicus post on the board I want to tell you all that I finally opened the violin some months ago to repair it and I want to show you pictures of the inner work. Here you have.
  10. I don't know why but I see resemblances with this mine. As news about my violin Serge Boyer told me that seeing the pictures I sent him, he thought about Vaillant or Medard school
  11. Dimitri Badiarov make the instruments for Sigiswald Kuijken and he himself plays. https://badiarovviolins.com/jp/
  12. Here? https://tarisio.com/cozio-archive/browse-the-archive/makers/maker/?Maker_ID=1616
  13. Seeing the cracks (1st and 3rd pictures) it looks like a problem with the musician chin pressure. The 2 cracks are around the place where the wood is worn. I think it is why the cracks border the purfling and don't overpass the purfling. Maybe it could be corrected with a local cast only...
  14. Sometimes I wet well first this part and take the top and let the pin in the block.
  15. The violin is the one talked in this forum. I have repaired the back and know I am going with ribs, then I will glue all again and take the top off to repair the cracks. I think I am going to clean the cracks one by one and see the better way for each one. I thin I will do a sound post patch I. The top too.