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2 PART QUESTION: Roy Ehrhardt book missing a page and Robert Nurnberger information


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I am trying to find information on Robert Nurnberger and was looking through the Roy Ehrhardt books and the index says that in book 1, page 161 there is info, but my copy of book 1 doesnt have a page 161.  I've went over all 3 books and couldn't find any information about Robert Nurnberger (sometimes listed as H. Robert).  

My first question is pretty obvious, does anyone have a copy of the missing Erhardt page?

The second question is does anyone have any information about Robert Nurnberger?  I have a little bit, but I am trying to track down more and would love to see examples of his work!

Thank you for your time,

Grace E.


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According to Henley and Jalovec, H Robert Nurnberger, the son of Franz Albert Nurnberger, was born in 1862.  He trained under Carl Friedrich Pfretzschner and worked for Heinrich Theodor Heberlein and August Reichers.  He established his own workshop in Markneukirchen.  Jalovec calls him an “excellent bow-maker,” and Henley says “Finely designed instruments satisfying for the contemplation of the eyes.”

He is not mentioned in the Grunke bow book.

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