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El Duce   

Haven't seen a button like this before with a wide ebony ring - I assume this points to Germany but the mountings are silver and the chamfers seem well done and graduate towards the end, also the slide seems to have a slight taper. Interested to hear any thoughtsDSC_0107.thumb.JPG.0dafd5542eed403674c337f6643025d2.JPGDSC_0103.thumb.JPG.41ca5c1eb989b96f28a08759b711a63e.JPGDSC_0102.thumb.JPG.6d1e11ebe60e436ef8f300c2ec8f275b.JPGDSC_0106.thumb.JPG.317fbaeb455ec505963375c2232c3c07.JPGDSC_0104.thumb.JPG.b14cc4cee9af34eaa43dd27e385d29bd.JPG..

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Yes, Brad, it's a Hoyer. Good eye. Though, I'm not sure who pinned the button rings. Otto wasn't big on that.

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El Duce   

Thanks. Any thoughts on the quality of the bow and age. Thinking it is probably 1890s or so. I assume it is just a factory bow. 

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The pics are blurry to see anything specific. The button appears too big for the stick and either the eyelet is loose, or the frog doesn't match either. Wood quality appears to be student level as does the the workmanship. Not sure why you've placed it @ 1890, but I expect later.

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