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English (?) ID

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I recently came across this fiddle - based upon the straight C Bouts and the narrow grain of the top it looks English to me. It has been neatly blocked and lined at some point, so it's probably not going to be easy to identify, but I figured people here might have a little fun with it...








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Seeing that the bottom has double purfling but the belly single only I would assume that they don't belong together, or something was altered later. Generally it gives me a Saxon/Bohemian impression.

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