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11 hours ago, duane88 said:

And that fact alone should answer your question. If it were a "BY" bow, it would be in the regular Tarisio auction instead of T2.

Take lots 94 and 100 , both with respectable certificates but listed as just `a violin bow`. They operate in a strange manor ,does this mean Tarisio dont agree with the certificates or what??:)

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7 hours ago, fiddlecollector said:

Take lots 94 and 100 , both with respectable certificates but listed as just `a violin bow`. They operate in a strange manor ,does this mean Tarisio dont agree with the certificates or what??:)

They both seem to have sale price estimates that reflect the certificate attributions.

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8 hours ago, fiddlecollector said:

Take lots 94 and 100 , both with respectable certificates but listed as just `a violin bow`. They operate in a strange manor ,does this mean Tarisio dont agree with the certificates or what??:)

T2 used to attribute some of the instruments in the auctions but I suppose they ran into issues. They ignore the labels across the board now. Like Martin said, it's speculative auction and the prices (should?) reflect that.

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9 hours ago, fiddlecollector said:

Take lots 94 and 100 , both with respectable certificates but listed as just `a violin bow`. They operate in a strange manor ,does this mean Tarisio dont agree with the certificates or what??:)

I think that in traditional auction speak, ascribed or attributed would cover that, but since there are no guarantees in T2, why risk saying anything. 

I recall a lovely bow that a friend had to sell, approaching a 100k sale. It had a Childs paper saying that it was complete, Siefried said that the frog and button belonged to another prominent maker, Warren, who had orig. handled it didn't want anything to do with it, and the firm that sold it had no problem with all of the parts being complete.

So, regardless of what you say, in all but the strongest of situations, none of which you will encounter in T2, someone can, and probably will, disagree with you. If the rules say no guarantees, then everything is just what it is. A violin, a bow, a viola, a cello.

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