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Hi everyone, In my hands now an old bow stamped "Peccatte" featuring some characteristics of this makers family but nothing sure about who made it. Just the stamp and a good appearance that seems to be correct. What do you think? Thanks in advance for watching.
Dear experts and followers of online auctions, As you have probably read the violin of Pavel Vernikov have been stolen in a Geneva train station. It was a 1747 G.B. Guadagnini violin in a grey GEWA plastified case with 4 bows- Eury, Maire (Gold Mounted), Sartory and Peccatte dedicated to (J. Verdier, Paris 1877 on the silver part of the frog). If it has been a commissioned crime the instrument might not appear - if not it will sooner or later appear on some auction, or on internet. All info can be sent to Pavel Vernikov or Svetlana Makarova via facebook. Thanks for your kind help- look for the articles reassuming the unlucky event on internet
Dear Guys, my name is Paolo and I am a new member which needs help. My grandpa played this violin in the sixties. He was an amateur musician but always very proud of this violin my grandmother told me. I have no idea, what it could be but it looks really wonderful with this reddish colour. The back shines a lot. Maybe it is something very expensive and I have no idea ??? The bow is a little bit dirty but I am afraid to clean it. Can I use a polish which is used for furniture ? Thank you very much for your help and sorry for my bad English. Best regards from Italy... Paolo #