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Just acquired another stick for the collection with no visible brand. Looks to be early 1900's and decent work and very good quality wood. The frog has a pinned underside and inlaid small and large heel plates. The adjuster seems original to the bow and is not pinned. I believe I have seen similar adjusters on bows attributed to various country of origin. Thanks for the help. 

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12 minutes ago, GeorgeH said:

I am curious as to how you attribute it to early 19th century.

Can you share a picture of the mortice?

Here is a pic of the mortice. I’m guessing age on the basis of the original owner but I could be wrong. 

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6 minutes ago, Brad Dorsey said:

Looks more like early 20th Century to me.

I'm laughing at myself! I meant early 1900's. Although sometimes I feel like when I get up in the morning I was born in the early 19th century

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2 minutes ago, PhilipKT said:

Nickel, right? That’s what it looks like, but sometimes it’s hard to tell

I believe faceplate is original and I think it is nickel alloy despite some darker tarnish. 

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