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  1. Hi George H, Of the two that I know of, I own one and my cousin owns another. Both were given to my grandfather by my great grandfather right before he passed. According to the story I was told, there was a third that was damaged in the 1970s in transit. It was dropped off in a repair shop in Alabama to fix the fingerboard and neck and the repair person disappeared...The fourth would have been the one he won the obscure award for. Hi everyone else, Thank you so much. Y’all are wonderful. I really do appreciate the willingness to share and provide recommendations. I am so far out
  2. Good evening all, I have a needle in a haystack question that's probably 100% a shot in the dark. I'm also prefacing this with an apology, because I'm light on actual details and actual violin knowledge. Further apologies if this does not end up in the right category on the website. If there is a more appropriate or alternate location where my question may better fit, please let me know. My great grandfather, John Frederick Hunte, used to make violins in Brooklyn in the mid 1900s. I know he immigrated to NY in 1917 and passed away in the 1980s, but can't pin down actual years where
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