Composite & Carbon Fiber Violin Bows
1. JONPAUL BOWS, Violin Bow, carbon fiber bow with a pernambuco veneer, ebony frog with abalone eyes and slide, three-piece adjuster, 59.2 grams (Our #31861) $ 225.
2. REVELLE, Violin Bow, For the advanced player, the Phoenix is a 100% carbon fiber, fabric core bow, specifically designed to provide the player with the subtleties and sound values one would only expect out of a pricier wood bow. 62gm (Our #32445) 285
3. REVELLE, Violin Bow, New, Black carbon fine-weave round stick, white tip, silver and black tinsel winding, ebony frog with the Revelle Rooster, nickel adjuster with a ruby end button, 60.5 grams (Our #32479) $ 320.
4. CODABOW, Violin Bow, NEW, Diamond NX model, Graphite diamond carbon fiber weave, Kevlar acoustic core, nickel silver mounts, 10-year warranty, 60.5 grams (Our #32554) 387
5. CODABOW, Violin Bow, Diamond NX model, Graphite diamond carbon fiber weave, Kevlar acoustic core, nickel silver mounts, 10-year warranty,59.8 grams (Our #32248) 387
6. REVELLE, Violin Bow, For the advanced player or professional. Elegant and professional level performance bow with high density Japanese carbon fiber. The bow provides responsiveness and appropriate stiffness and balance. The falcon has a powerful, broad sound and clarity with every bow stroke. 60.5 grams (Our #32447) 539
7. CODABOW, Violin Bow, New, Luma model, carbon weave with kevlar inner core, 58.5 grams (Our #31696) $ 425.
8. CODABOW, Violin Bow, NEW, Diamond SX model, Graphite diamond carbon fiber weave, Kevlar acoustic core, nickel silver mounts, 10-year warranty, 60.7 grams (Our #32555) $ 425.
9. MAESTRO ARCHETIER, Violin Bow, silver-mounted, 59.5gm (Our #30537) $ 600.
Violin Bows $1,000 and Under
10. GUY JEANDEL, Violin Bow, Japan, nickel-mounted bow branded: GUY JEANDEL; the round stick of orange-brown pernambuco; ivory tip and copper winding; the ebony frog with pearl eyes to both sides; the ebony adjuster with nickel bands; 61.4 gm (Our #33326) $ 375.
11. BAUSCH, BRANDED, Violin Bow, Saxony, nickel-mounted, round pernamuco stick stamped Bausch, 58.2gm with imitation whalebone winding (Our #29525) $ 400.
12. GERMAN, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, c.1930, A nickel-mounted round stick of reddish brown pernambuco, stamped GERMANY behind the frog beneath the stick, and thread winding; 62.5 gm (Our #24571) $ 450.
13. GERMAN, BRANDED ARTIST, Violin Bow, Saxony, c.1920, nickel-mounted, round pernambuco stick branded: ARTIST, 60gm with silver tinsel and leather winding (Our #24515) $ 450.
14. LORENZ HARMAND, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, nickel-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick branded: Lorenz Harmand, possibly made by the Pfretzschner workshop, 55gm. (Our #31167) $ 450.
15. M. FRANCISCO, Violin Bow, Brazil, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 60.9gm (Our #27055) $ 600.
16. MARKNEUKIRCHEN, Violin Bow, c.1930, An octagonal violin bow of red-orange brown pernambuco with silver winding, an ebony frog with pearl eyes to the sides, and an ebony adjuster with two nickel silver bands. Weight 54.7 grams (Our #33323) $ 600.
17. RICHARD GRUNKE, Violin Bow, Bubenreuth, nickel-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 63.4gm (Our #32842) $ 600.
18. W. C. STENGER, Violin Bow, Chicago, 1920s-30s, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 61gm, Willibald Stenger (1872-1949) a violin maker who also made some bows starting in the 1920s (Our #22144) HOLD
19. GERMAN STAMPED SOFIAN ZAPF, Violin bow, 1960s, Silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 64.1 grams (Our #32368) $ 650.
20. PFRETZSCHNER WORKSHOP, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, c.1920s, A bow stamped DODD on the round reddish orange-brown pernambuco stick. The bow is fitted with silver winding, and an ebony frog with a pearl through-slide and back plate. The adjuster has a nickel silver sheath. Weight 57.8 grams. (Our #31725) $ 650.
21. AUGUST PRELL, Violin Bow, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 60.5 grams (Our #30899) $ 750.
22. HEINRICH STADLMAIR, Violin Bow, c.1890-1900, nickel-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 56gm (Our #28240) $ 750.
23. RAO, BRANDED, Violin Bow, Germany, c.1950s, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 60gm (Our #31247) $ 750.
24. FINKEL WORKSHOP, Violin Bow, Switzerland, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick stamped LEFIN, 62gm (Our #31003) $ 900.
25. ERNST MARTIN, Violin Bow, Saxony, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 58gm (Our #26854) $ 950.
26. H. R. PFRETZSCHNER, WORKSHOP, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, c.1920, nickel-mounted, unstamped round pernambuco stick, 58.2gm (Our #23937) $ 1,000.
27. JEROME THIBOUVILLE-LAMY, PROBABLY, Violin Bow, Mirecourt, c.1890, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 57gm (Our #24180) $ 1,000.
Violin Bows $1,100 - $2,500
28. AUGUST PRELL, Violin Bow, A strong, silver-mounted octagonal bow; 62.6 gm. (Our #32860) $ 1,200.
29. EMILE DUPREE, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, c.1950s, A silver-mounted violin bow, with a round pernambuco stick stamped: EMILE DUPREE. Bows with this brand are commercial German bows from Markneukirchen that were marketed with a French pseudonym. Weight is 62gm. (Our #32734) HOLD
30. MARKNEUKIRCHEN SCHOOL, Violin Bow, c.1890, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, stamped: "VUILLAUME", 58.4gm (Our #24508) HOLD
31. PAUL RICHARD HEBERLEIN, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, silver-mounted. round pernambuco stick, 55.8gm with the original silver-tinsel winding (Our #32362) $ 1,200.
32. PFRETZSCHNER WORKSHOP, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, silver-mounted, unstamped octagonal pernambuco bow with an ebony frog and three-piece adjuster.58.6gm (Our #28546) $ 1,200.
33. V. J. FERELLI, Violin Bow, Mirecourt, c.1940-50, nickel-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 60gm, from the Laberte workshop (Our #27774) $ 1,200.
34. W. ERNST BY THE FINKEL WORKSHOP, Violin Bow, Switzerland, 1970s, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 61gm (Our #28260) $ 1,250.
35. FRITZ GUTTER, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, c.1950, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 61.5gm (Our #32500) $ 1,400.
36. GERMAN FOR OLIVER DITSON CO., Violin Bow, c.1900, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick stamped: OLIVER DITSON CO., 58.7 gm., Knopf School (Our #26685) $ 1,400.
37. FR. HELLMER, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, A silver-mounted violin bow. The octagonal pernambuco stick is branded: *FR HELLMER*. The stick has the original silver tinsel winding. Weight 58gm (Our #33203) $ 1,500.
38. GERMAN, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick stamped: SARTORY A PARIS, 61gm (Our #28850) HOLD
39. GERMAN, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, c.1920, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 60gm (Our #27078) $ 1,500.
40. KNOPF SCHOOL, Violin bow, Markneukirchen, c.1880, nickel-mounted, strong octagonal pernambuco stick, 61gm (Our #29622) $ 1,500.
41. KNOPF/ BAUSCH SCHOOL, Violin Bow, 19th century, nickel-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 59.5gm, an interesting bow & possibly an early work of Ludwig Bausch (Our #24431) $ 1,500.
42. KURT PENZEL, Violin Bow, Erlbach, c.1930, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 61.1gm with tinsel winding (Our #27433) $ 1,500.
43. MARKNEUKIRCHEN SCHOOL, Violin Bow, c.1920, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, the frog in the Tubbs style, 62.5gm (Our #30648) $ 1,500.
44. MARKNEUKIRCHEN SCHOOL, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, c.1930s, silver-mounted, strong octagonal pernambuco stick stamped: SARTORY, 59gm with the original silk and tinsel winding (Our #32498) $ 1,500.
45. ALFONS RIEDL, Violin bow, gold-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 59.7 grams (Our #30900) $ 1,600.
46. FRANZ WINKLER, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, silver-mounted, strong octagonal pernambuco stick, 61.2gm (Our #31532) $ 1,600.
47. H. R. PFRETZSCHNER WORKSHOP, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, c.1920, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick,60.8gm (Our #30490) $ 1,800.
48. JEROME THIBOUVILLE-LAMY, Violin bow, Mirecourt, c.1900-1910, silver--mounted, round Brazilwood stick, 61.4gm; showing the influence of Joseph Martin (Our #30239) $ 1,800.
49. AUGUST GEMUNDER & SONS, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, c.1900-20, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 59gm; bows were made for this firm by various German makers, in this case the work resembles that of the Nurnberger or Prager workshops (Our #24882) $ 1,850.
50. FRANZ WINKLER, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 59gm (Our #32996) $ 1,850.
51. G. A. PFRETZSCHNER, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 56.2gm with tinsel winding (Our #26560) $ 1,850.
52. GIUSEPPE VITALE, Violin Bow, New York, 1930s, silver-mounted, strong octagonal pernambuco stick, 64gm, Giuseppe Vitale (1858-1917) was a prominent Brooklyn violinist who immigrated from Italy; his son made bows in the 1930s branded Giuseppe Vitale (Our #26973) $ 2,000.
53. HERMANN ALBERT HOYER, Violin Bow, 1910-1936, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick branded: *HERM. ALBERT HOYER*, 60.5gm (Our #32792) HOLD
54. JEROME THIBOUVILLE-LAMY, WORKSHOP, Violin Bow, Mirecourt, c.1910-20, nickel-mounted, round pernambuco stick stamped GRANDINI, 61gm (Our #28233) $ 2,000.
55. MARKNEUKIRCHEN SCHOOL, Violin Bow, c.1890, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 60.7gm, possibly from the Pfretzschner workshop (Our #24347) HOLD
56. GOTTHARD SCHUSTER, Violin Bow, Schonbach-Bubenreuth, c.1950s, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 59gm (Our #28703) $ 2,200.
57. MAX WUNDERLICH, Violin bow, Erlbach, c.1920-30, engraved silver mounts, round pernambuco stick, 59.8gm (Our #30791) $ 2,200.
58. OTTO PAULUS, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, silver-mounted, strong octagonal pernambuco stick, 61.3gm (Our #29527) $ 2,200.
59. SIEGFRIED FINKEL, Violin Bow, Switzerland, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 64gm, Tourte model (Our #26548) $ 2,200.
60. LOTHAR SEIFERT, Violin Bow, Bubenreuth, Germany, c.1970, gold-mounted, strong octagonal pernambuco stick, 65.3 grams (Our #29463) $ 2,400.
61. ADOLF C. SCHUSTER, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, silver-mounted, very strong round dark red brown pernambuco stick, 64.4gm, this maker's Tubbs model bow (Our #32736) $ 2,500.
62. ADOLF C. SCHUSTER, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, c.1930s, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 60gm (Our #24387) $ 2,500.
63. ADOLF C. SCHUSTER, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, 1920s-1930s, silver-mounted, strong octagonal pernambuco stick, 66.5gm (Our #27256) $ 2,500.
64. AUGUST EDWIN PRAGER, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, c.1930, silver-mounted, strong octagonal pernambuco stick, 60.8gm (Our #27889) $ 2,500.
65. COLLIN-MEZIN, Violin Bow, Mirecourt, round pernambuco stick branded: COLLIN-MEZIN, later silver-mounted frog & adjuster, 61gm (Our #31652) $ 2,500.
66. GOTTHARD SCHUSTER, Violin Bow, Schonbach-Bubenreuth, c.1950s, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 63.5gm (Our #32515) $ 2,500.
67. H. R. PFRETZSCHNER, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, silver mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 66.2gm (Our #32685) $ 2,500.
68. H. R. PFRETZSCHNER, Violin Bow, Markeukirchen, c.1920, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 56.4gm perfectly preserved & with the original tinsel winding (Our #31810) $ 2,500.
69. JEROME THIBOUVILLE-LAMY, Violin Bow, Mirecourt, c.1920s, nickel-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 58.8gm (Our #30575) $ 2,500.
70. KNOPF FAMILY, Violin Bow, c.1860-80, nickel-mounted frog after Vuillaume, round pernambuco stick, 60.2, possibly by the Karl Wilhelm Knopf workshop (Our #30557) $ 2,500.
71. KNOPF FAMILY, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, c.1880, nickel-mounted ebony frog in the Vuillaume style, figured round pernambuco stick, 58.8gm, possibly the workshop of Johann Wilhelm Knopf, modeled after Francois Tourte (Our #24430) $ 2,500.
72. LOUIS BAZIN, WORKSHOP OF, Violin Bow, Mirecourt, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 61.2gm (Our #24613) $ 2,500.
73. EMIL WERNER, violin bow, Germany, gold-mounted octagonal pernambuco bow with tortoiseshell frog. 61 gm. (Our #32108) $ 2,800.
Violin Bows $2,600 - $5,000
74. ALBERT NURNBERGER, Violin Bow, Marneukirchen, c.1950, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 63.5gm (Our #29503) $ 2,800.
75. OTTO A. HOYER, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, 1926, nickel-mounted, sturdy octagonal pernambuco stick stamped: A. LAMY A PARIS, and "1926", 63.5gm (Our #31911) $ 2,800.
76. ALBERT NURNBERGER, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, c.1960s, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 62gm (Our #32662) $ 3,000.
77. BERNARD OUCHARD, Violin Bow, Geneve, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick stamped VIDOUDEZ GENEVE, 59gm (Bernard was the son of E.A.Ouchard & worked for the shop of Vidoudez in Geneva) (Our #30880) $ 3,000.
78. EUGENE CUNIOT-HURY, Violin bow, Mirecourt, c.1900, nickel-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 56gm (Our #30131) $ 3,000.
79. H. R. PFRETZSCHNER, Violin bow, Markneukirchen, c.1920s, silver-mounted, strong octagonal pernambuco stick, 59.2gm with whalebone winding (Our #29016) $ 3,000.
80. H. R. PFRETZSCHNER, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, c.1900-1920, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick stamped A.LAMY A PARIS, 58.5gm (Our #24199) $ 3,000.
81. JEROME THIBOUVILLE-LAMY, Violin Bow, Mirecourt, c.1890, nickel-mounted, round pernambuco stick, frog in the manner of the Vuillaume shop, 58.6gm, showing the influence and style of Joseph Martin (Our #30130) $ 3,000.
82. JEROME THIBOUVILLE-LAMY, Violin Bow, Mirecourt, c.1920-25, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick stamped: SARASATE, 60.8gm (Our #30237) $ 3,000.
83. KNOPF FAMILY, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, c.1880 or earlier, nickel-mounted ebony frog with engraved pearl inlays to the sides,,lightly figured round pernambuco stick, 60.8gm; probably the workshop of Johann Wilhelm Knopf (Our #32620) $ 3,000.
84. MIRECOURT SCHOOL, Violin Bow, c.1875, silver-mounted frog in the Vuillaume style, round stick of dark amourette, 62.3gm with silver tinsel winding; after the style of Joseph Martin (Our #30238) $ 3,000.
85. SIEGFRIED FINKEL, Violin Bow, Brienz, Switzerland, 1960s, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 65.2gm (Our #33346) $ 3,000.
86. HERMANN FISCHER, Violin Bow, New York/Chicago, after 1910, gold-mounted, round pernambuco stick stamped H.G.FISCHER, pearl faceted ebony adjuster; 60.8gm with imitation whalebone winding; Hermann Fischer trained with August Rau, then worked for Karl van der Meer, moved to the U.S. in 1910 & worked for Carl Fischer and Lyon & Healy (Our #30728) $ 3,200.
87. MARC LABERTE, Violin Bow, Mirecourt, c. 1920s, A silver-mounted round pernambuco bow with ivory tip, ebony frog with pearl eyes and silver rings to the sides; imitation whalebone winding, and non-original silver sheathed adjuster. 59.4 gm; this was likely made for Laberte by the Bazin workshop (Our #32878) $ 3,200.
88. AUGAGNEUR & BERGERON, Violin Bow, Lyon, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 59.5gm (Our #32692) $ 3,500.
89. BERNARD OUCHARD, Violin Bow, Geneva, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick stamped VIDOUDEZ GENEVE, 60.4gm ( (Bernard was the son of E.A.Ouchard & worked for the shop of Vidoudez in Geneva) (Our #28608) $ 3,500.
90. BERNARD OUCHARD, Violin Bow, Geneva, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick stamped VIDOUDEZ GENEVE, 58.8gm (Bernard was the son of E.A. Ouchard & worked for the shop of Vidoudez in Geneva.) (Our #31453) $ 3,500.
91. CHIPOT-VUILLAUME, Violin Bow, Mirecourt, c.1920s, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick stamped: CHIPOT-VUILLAUME PARIS, 62gm with tinsel winding (Our #24443) $ 3,500.
92. H. R. PFRETZSCHNER, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, c.1890, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 58.5gm; a copy of James Tubbs (Our #30113) $ 3,500.
93. JEROME THIBOUVILLE-LAMY, Violin Bow, Mirecourt, c.1880, nickel-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 63gm with silver tinsel winding; showing the influence and style of Joseph Martin (Our #29096) $ 3,500.
94. KNOPF FAMILY, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, nickel-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 60gm, possibly by the workshop of Carl Heinrich Knopf (Our #30116) $ 3,500.
95. KNOPF FAMILY, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, c.1880, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 60.5gm (Our #32170) $ 3,500.
96. LUDWIG BAUSCH, violin bow, c.1860-70, nickel-mounted, round pernambuco stick stamped on the underside: L.BAUSCH; probably the work of Carl Heinrich Knopf (1839-1875) or Wilhelm Knopf (1835-1912) for Ludwig Bausch; 59.1gm (Our #32063) $ 3,500.
97. MANUEL RUHLMANN, Violin bow, Nancy, France, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 61.8gm (Our #32433) $ 3,500.
98. PROSPER COLAS, Violin Bow, Paris, silver-mounted, octagonal stick, 59.6gm with the original silk & tinsel winding (Our #30347) $ 3,500.
99. ALBERT NURNBERGER, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 61.3gm (Our #31775) $ 4,000.
100. AUGUST NURNBERGER SUSS, Violin Bow, Novato, CA, c.1912-, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick stamped AUGUST NURNBERGER SUESS, 60.2gm (Suss emigrated from Markneukirchen to California in 1912) (Our #31245) $ 4,000.
101. JEROME THIBOUVILLE-LAMY, Violin Bow, Mirecourt, c.1900-, silver-mounted frog after Vuillaume, round pernambuco stick stamped: VUILLAUME A PARIS, 55.4gm with whalebone winding; showing the influence and style of Joseph Martin (Our #30386) $ 4,000.
102. JOHN DODD, Violin Bow, Kew/London, c.1820 or later, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 60.6gm, a silver repair ring at the butt (Our #30714) $ 4,000.
103. LUDWIG BAUSCH, Violin Bow, Leipzig, c.1875, nickel-mounted, round pernambuco stick stamped L.BAUSCH LEIPZIG, 59gm; probably from the Knopf family workshop (Our #24388) $ 4,000.
104. W. E. HILL & SONS, Violin Bow, London, c.1930-40, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick stamped: HILL, 61grams (Our #23752) $ 4,000.
105. ALBERT NURNBERGER, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, c.1900, ;, (Our #33170) $ 4,200.
106. ALBERT NURNBERGER, Violin bow, Markneukirchen, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 60.2gm (Our #28802) $ 4,500.
107. CARL HEINRICH KNOPF, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, c.1850-1860, nickel-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 60gm (C.H.Knopf active 1839-1875) (Our #29352) $ 4,500.
108. CARL OR FRANZ ALBERT NURNBERGER, Violin Bow, Markneukirchen, c.1925, silver-mounted, figured octagonal pernambuco stick, 60.5gm with period tinsel winding (Our #30787) $ 4,500.
109. FRANCOIS LOTTE, Violin Bow, Mirecourt, silver-mounted, strong octagonal pernambuco stick, 62.5gm with the original silver tinsel winding (Our #31162) $ 4,500.
110. FRANZ ALBERT NURNBERGER, PROBABLY BY, Violin Bow, Matkneukirchen, c.1870-80, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick stamped: DODD, 62.4gm (Our #28795) $ 4,500.
111. JACQUES POULLOT, Violin Bow, Dijon/Paris, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 62.5gm (Our #32847) $ 4,500.
112. LUDWIG BAUSCH, Violin Bow, c.1870, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick stamped: L.BAUSCH, the work of the Knopf workshop, possibly by Johann Wilhelm Knopf (1835-1812) for Bausch; 58.7gm (Our #30553) $ 4,500.
113. MARCEL LAPIERRE, Violin Bow, Mirecourt, 1952, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 65.2gm (Our #28701) $ 4,500.
114. VICTOR FETIQUE, Violin Bow, Paris, nickel-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 57.5gm (Our #22110) $ 4,500.
115. W. E. HILL & SONS, Violin Bow, London, 1920s-1930s, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick stamped: H&S, 60.5gm; the work of Sidney Braithwaite Yeoman (Our #29462) $ 4,500.
116. W. E. HILL & SONS, violin bow, London, 1929, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick stamped: HILL, 65gm, the work of Arthur Scarbrow (1898-1957) (Our #32147) $ 4,500.
117. W. E. HILL & SONS, Violin Bow, London, 1937, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick stamped "HILL & SONS", 62.4gm (Our #27490) $ 4,500.
118. KNOPF FAMILY, Violin Bow, c.1880-1890, silver-mounted, unstamped round pernambuco stick, 58gm, attributed to August Moritz Knopf (1857-1899) (Our #29952) $ 5,000.
119. W. E. HILL & SONS, Violin Bow, London, 1960, silver-mounted, lightly figured octagonal pernambuco stick stamped: W.E.HILL & SONS, 61gms with the original black whalebone winding and in very fine condition, the work of Malcolm Taylor (Our #33169) $ 5,000.
Violin Bows Over $5,000
120. DOMINIQUE "JUSTIN" POIRSON, Violin Bow, Paris, c.1890-1900, silver-mounted; round pernambuco stick stamped: POIRSON A PARIS ;56.5 gm (Our #29506) INQUIRE
121. DOMINIQUE "JUSTIN" POIRSON, ATTRIBUTED TO, Violin Bow, Paris, c.1890, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 59.5gm (Our #31478) INQUIRE
122. LUDWIG BAUSCH, Violin Bow, Dessau/Leipzig, c.1840, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 61.5gm, a model after Francois Tourte, and very similar to the work of Johann Wilhelm Knopf, and a near double for the bow illustrrated in an article on Ludwig Bausch in the April 2021 edition of the Strad Magazine (Our #24175) INQUIRE
123. EUGENE CUNIOT, Violin Bow, Mirecourt, c.1875, silver-mounted frog in the style of J.B.Vuillaume, round pernambuco stick, 58.5gm (Our #27758) INQUIRE
124. LOUIS JOSEPH MORIZOT, Violin Bow, Mirecourt, c.1920, silver-mounted, very strong round stick 66.5gm, Certificate by Isaac Salchow. Louis Morizot, pere trained with Eugene Cuniot and C. N. Bazin, worked for Sartory from 1914 to 1919, before opening his own buisiness in 1920 (Our #32013) INQUIRE
125. LUDWIG BAUSCH, Violin Bow, Leipzig, c.1850, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick unstamped, 58.8gm, by Ludwig Christian August Bausch, Senior (1805- 1871), after Francois Tourte (Our #27070) INQUIRE
126. ADOLF CHRISTIAN NURNBERGER, Violin Bow, Dresden, c.1890-1900, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 57.4gm with whalebone winding. A very fine and realistic copy of Francois Lupot. (and similar to the work of Franz Albert Nurnberger) (Our #31298) INQUIRE
127. DOMINIQUE "JUSTIN" POIRSON, Violin Bow, Paris, c.1875-1879, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick stamped: GAND & BERNARDEL FRES., 57.2gm; Poirson trained with Nicolas Maire, then worked in Paris for J. V. Vuillaume, then upon Vuillaume's death in 1875, he worked for the firm of Gand & Bernardel before finally going on his own in 1879 (Our #24187) INQUIRE
128. LOUIS BAZIN FOR LAVEST, Violin Bow, Mirecourt, c.1940, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick stamped LAVEST, 62.5gm with silver tinsel winding (Our #31414) INQUIRE
129. LOUIS MORIZOT, violin bow, Mirecourt, c.1930, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 61.5 gm, Certificate by William Salchow, New York (Our #32109) INQUIRE
130. CLAUDE THOMASSIN, Violin Bow, Paris, nickel-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 56.2gm (Our #24170) INQUIRE
131. VICTOR FETIQUE, Violin Bow, Mirecourt/Paris, c.1920s, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick branded Vtor,FETIQUE A PARIS FRANCE, 61.4 gm with silver tinsel winding, the stick the work of Louis Morizot, pere, and made for the shop of Victor Fetique (Our #27551) INQUIRE
132. PIERRE SIMON, SCHOOL OF, Violin Bow, Mirecourt, c.1850, nickel-mounted, round stick, style of early Pierre Simon, 61.5 grams (Our #26900) INQUIRE
133. CHARLES NICOLAS BAZIN, violin bow, Mirecourt, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 60.1.gm, Certificate: Wm. Moennig & Son (Our #32110) INQUIRE
134. JAMES TUBBS, Violin Bow, London, c.1892, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 62.9gm (Our #29905) INQUIRE
135. JOSEPH MARTIN, Violin Bow, nickel-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 59.1gm, Certificate by Bernard Millant, Paris (Our #31651) INQUIRE
136. FRANCOIS PECCATTE, SHOP OF, Violin Bow, Paris & Mirecourt, c.1845, nickel-mounted, round stick of amourette, 59.7gm, Certificate by Paul Childs as workshop of Francois Peccatte (Our #24506) INQUIRE
137. JAMES TUBBS, Violin Bow, London, c.1900, silver-mounted, round dark pernambuco stick, 63.2gm; Certificates by Hart & Son, London March 1927 (photocopy), and William Salchow, Nov. 26, 1975 (photocopy) (Our #28003) INQUIRE
138. NICOLAS SIMON FR., Violin Bow, Mirecourt, c.1840s, nickel-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 57.5gm, the head very much in the style of Pajeot (Our #22909) INQUIRE
139. JAMES TUBBS, Violin Bow, London, c.1870s, silver-mounted, dark round pernambuco stick stamped: J.TUBBS (Tubbs used this early brand until 1878), 62.2gm (Our #32859) INQUIRE
140. JOHN DODD, Violin Bow, Lambeth/Kew, c.1820, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick branded DODD; with a superb reproduction frog and adjuster by Rodney Mohr; 56.7gm; This is a remarkable example of John Dodd's work, at the height of his bowmaking, greatly influenced by the style of Nicolas Leonard Tourte, and similar to bows produced by that maker in Paris c.1800 (Our #22067) INQUIRE
141. CLAUDE THOMASSIN, Violin Bow, Paris, c.1910, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 60.3gm (Our #31008) INQUIRE
142. ETIENNE PAJEOT, WORKSHOP OF, Violin Bow, Mirecourt, c.1840-, silver-mounted, round stick of amourette, 61.8gm with tinsel winding; good reproduction adjuster by Jacob Mitas (Our #28804) INQUIRE
143. FRANCOIS PECCATTE, Violin Bow, Mirecourt, c.1850, silver-mounted, round amourette stick,61.6gm; Certificate by Pierre Guillaume, Brussels (Our #29576) INQUIRE
144. JULES FETIQUE FOR VICTOR FETIQUE, Violin Bow, Paris, silver-mounted, figured octagonal pernambuco stick, 59.8gm; the very fine work of Jules Fetique (Our #31292) INQUIRE
145. ALFRED LAMY, Violin Bow, Paris, c.1920, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 60.5gm, the work of Lamy's first son known as Lamy fils (Hippolyte-Camille Lamy) (Our #29155) INQUIRE
146. ALFRED LAMY, Violin bow, Paris, c.1905, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 63gm (Our #32146) INQUIRE
147. ALFRED LAMY, FILS, Violin Bow, Paris, early 1900s, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 60.5gm, the work of Alfred Lamy's second son Georges Leon Lamy, Certificate by Paul Childs (Our #32837) INQUIRE
148. EMILE AUGUSTE OUCHARD, Violin Bow, New York, 1954, silver-mounted, very strong octagonal pernambuco stick, 65.8gm with original whalebone winding; an exceptional example from this maker's best period (Our #32838) INQUIRE
149. FRANCOIS NICOLAS VOIRIN, Violin Bow, Paris, c.1875, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 55.2gm (Our #31854) INQUIRE
150. FRANCOIS NICOLAS VOIRIN, Violin Bow, Paris, c.1880-1890, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 58gm (Our #29464) INQUIRE
151. JOSEPH ARTHUR VIGNERON, Violin Bow, Paris, c.1895, silver-mounted, lightly figured round pernambuco stick stamped: A.VIGNERON A PARIS, 63.8gm; A particularly fine example of this maker's work and in nearly perfect condition; Certificate from Isaac Salchow, New York (Our #32896) INQUIRE
152. ALFRED LAMY, Violin Bow, Paris, c.1890s, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 59gm; Certificate by Kenneth Warren & Son, Chicago (Our #31921) INQUIRE
153. JOSEPH MARTIN, Violin Bow, Paris, c.1870, silver-mounted frog after J. B. Vuillaume, octagonal pernambuco stick, 56.8gm; a stunning example of this maker's work of unusually dark plum-red-brown pernambuco; Certificate: Isaac Salchow, New York (Our #32848) INQUIRE
154. JEAN-JOSEPH MARTIN FOR J. B. VUILLAUME, Violin Bow, Paris, c.1870, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 58.6gm (Our #30797) INQUIRE
155. EUGENE SARTORY, Violin Bow, Paris, c.1940, silver-mounted, round figured pernambuco stick, 61.5gm; Certificate by Isaac Salchow, New York (Our #30415) INQUIRE
156. FRANCOIS NICOLAS VOIRIN, Violin Bow, Paris, c.1875, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 58.5gm; Certificate by Isaac Salchow, New York (Our #30640) INQUIRE
157. FRANCOIS LUPOT II, Violin Bow, Paris, silver-mounted frog (of the correct style but probably later), round pernambuco stick, 58.5gm (Our #32588) INQUIRE
158. LOUIS SIMON PAJEOT, Violin Bow, Mirecourt, c.1800-, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 61gm, in particularly fine condition, Certificate from Bernard Millant, Paris, stating it to be a: "tres beau specimen" (Our #30332) INQUIRE
159. ETIENNE PAJEOT, Violin Bow, Mirecourt, c.1820, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 60.8gm, a particularly fine and well preserved example of this maker's early work, with exceptional playing qualities; Certificate by Paul Childs; Illustrated in The Essential Guides to Bows of the Violin Family by Schaff (on p.24) (Our #32471) INQUIRE
Early & Historical Bows
160. BAROQUE BOW, Violin Bow, 666mm, (Our #24501) $ 2,000.
161. FRENCH, Gamba Bow, Fluted stick of snakewood, octagonal shank, open fluted swan head, ironwood frog, 68.4g (Our #22107) $ 2,500.
Fractional Violin Bows
162. HAMILTON, Violin Bow, Round wooden stick with an ebony frog, pearl eyes & nickel rings to the sides, three-piece adjuster, bone tip (Our #33107) $ 35.
163. J. REMY, Violin bow, 3/4 size, (Our #30809) $ 50.
164. EASTMAN, Violin Bow, 3/4 size Cadenza model, round black carbon fiber stick, ebony frog, 53 grams (Our #31273) $ 90.
165. HOWARD CORE, Violin Bow, 1/2 size, braided carbon fiber, nickel & black silk wrap (Our #29434) $ 90.
166. EASTMAN, Violin Bow, 3/4-size, nickel-mounted ebony frog, round pernambuco stick, 59.2gm with silver winding (Our #31274) $ 150.
167. W. DORFLER, Violin Bow, 1/2 size, Germany, a nice strong octagonal 1/2-size pernambuco violin bow (Our #29860) $ 240.
168. GUY JEANDEL, Violin Bow, 3/4 size, (Our #29849) $ 400.
169. D. CARVALHO, Violin Bow, Brazil, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 52.3gm (Our #32846) $ 600.
Composite & Carbon Fiber Viola Bows
170. ARTINO, Viola Bow, deluxe carbon fiber stick, silver winding, snakewood frog with pearl eyes and silver rings to the sides, 3-pc adj, Nickel mounts, 68.3 (Our #31514) $ 185.
171. REVELLE, Viola Bow, For the advanced player, the Phoenix is a 100% carbon fiber, fabric core bow, specifically designed to provide the player with the subtleties and sound values one would only expect out of a pricier wood bow. Round stick with carbon fiber weave pattern. Ebony frog with the Revelle emblem, nickel silver winding and tip, 71.2 grams (Our #32448) 302
172. REVELLE, Viola Bow, NEW, For the advanced player, the Phoenix is a 100% carbon fiber, fabric core bow, specifically designed to provide the player with the subtleties and sound values one would only expect out of a pricier wood bow. Round stick with carbon fiber weave pattern. Ebony frog with the Revelle emblem, nickel silver winding and tip, 74.3 grams. (Our #32633) $ 230.
173. CODABOW, Viola Bow, New, Prodigy model, Precision graphite weave, blended Kevlar core, metal alloy tip, 5-year warranty (Our #29698) $ 250.
174. REVELLE, Viola Bow, For advanced players looking for a wood bow appearance but durability of carbon fiber. Similar to playing performance of the Phoenix with 100% carbon fiber fabric core and logwood pattern exterior. Round stick with a pernambuco patterened sheath. Metal tip, ebony frog with the Revelle emblem, Wonderfully travel friendly carbon fiber bow; 71.7 grams (Our #32449) 433
175. ARTINO, Viola Bow, A great addition to the realm of carbon fiber bows! Made with stranded carbon fiber and very little resin, the stick is very responsive. Great for both for your daily needs and strange climates. Natural looking synthetic tip. 69.9 grams (Our #32270) $ 275.
176. CODABOW, Viola Bow, NEW, Diamond NX model, Graphite diamond brown carbon fiber weave, Kevlar acoustic core, nickel silver mounts, 10-year warranty, 70 grams (Our #32705) $ 350.
177. CODABOW, Viola Bow, NEW, Diamond NX model, Graphite diamond brown carbon fiber weave, Kevlar acoustic core, nickel silver mounts, 10-year warranty, 71 grams (Our #32704) 428
178. REVELLE, Viola Bow, For the advanced player or professional. Elegant and professional level performance bow with high density Japanese carbon fiber. The bow provides responsiveness and appropriate stiffness and balance. The falcon has a powerful, broad sound and clarity with every bow stroke. Round stick with a fine carbon fiber weave pattern, . metal tip, ebony frog with the Revelle emblem, Wonderfully travel friendly carbon fiber bow; 70.3 grams (Our #32450) $ 375.
179. CODABOW, Viola Bow, NEW, Diamond SX model, Graphite diamond carbon fiber weave, Kevlar acoustic core, nickel silver mounts, 10-year warranty, 70.4 grams (Our #32706) $ 470.
Viola Bows $1,000 and Under
180. GERMAN, Viola Bow, Germany, nickel-mounted, octagonal Brazilwood, stick 74gm (Our #22061) $ 250.
181. BAUSCH, Viola Bow, nickel-mounted round pernambuco stick, 68.4gm (Our #24598) $ 300.
182. EMILE DUPREE, Viola Bow, (Our #31961) $ 400.
183. GUY JEANDEL, Viola bow, nickel-mounted, round pernambuco stick stamped: GUY JEANDEL, 71gm (Our #30355) $ 450.
184. DOERFLER, Viola Bow, Markneukirchen, c.1950s, A German viola bow from the Doerfler workshop. The round stick is of reddish orange-brown pernambuco with imitation whalebone winding. The ebony frog has pearl eyes and nickel rings to the dies. The ebony adjuster has a nickel ring and endcap. Weight 63.1 grams. (Our #25826) $ 500.
185. SIVORI, Viola Bow, Markneukirchen, c.1950, A nickel mounted German viola with a round stick of orange-brown pernambuco and silver winding. The ebony frog has plain pearl eyes to the sides. The adjuster has a silver sheath. Weight 75.7 grams. (Our #24379) $ 750.
186. F. C. PFRETZSCHNER, Viola Bow, Markneukirchen, c.1950s, A nickel mounted German viola bow with an octagonal stick of reddish orange-brown colored pernambuco and silver plated copper winding (the silver has worn off). The rounded ebony frog has abalone eyes with close-fitted nickel rings at the sides, and a lined abalone slide. The ebony adjuster has a nickel band and end cap with a think ring of ebony in between, and an abalone end button. Weight 69.2 grams. (Our #33308) $ 800.
187. SIVORI, Viola Bow, Markneukirchen, c.1950, A nickel-mounted German viola bow with a round stick of dark red-brown pernambuco with silver over copper winding (the silver has worn off to the copper). The rounded ebony frog has pearl eyes and nickel rings to the sides and the ebony adjuster has two nicke silver rings and a pearl end-eye. Weight is 68.2 grams (Our #33240) $ 800.
188. ALBERT FISCHER, Viola Bow, Mittenwald, 1960s, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 68.5gm (Our #30547) $ 850.
189. FINKEL WORKSHOP, Viola bow, Switzerland, c.1960s, nickel-mounted, strong octagonal pernambuco stick, Peccatte model, 73gm (Our #30784) $ 850.
190. FRANZ WINKLER, Viola Bow, Markneukirchen, nickel-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 65gm (Our #25227) $ 850.
191. EMILE DUPREE, Viola Bow, Germany, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick stamped EMILE DUPREE/ FRANCE, 63.5gm (Our #22118) $ 900.
192. MOINIER, ATELIER, Viola Bow, Mirecourt, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 72.4gm (Our #29197) $ 1,000.
Viola Bows $1,100 - $2,500
193. KNOPF FAMILY, Viola Bow, Dresden, c.1890, nickel-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 66gm; possibly by Wilhelm Knopf (Our #24375) $ 1,200.
194. HEINZ DOLLING, Viola Bow, Wernitzgrun, 1950s-60s, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 69.5gm (Our #27827) $ 1,250.
195. HEINZ DOLLING, Viola Bow, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 69gm (Our #28060) $ 1,400.
196. BAUSCH/KNOPF SCHOOL, Viola Bow, Leipzig, c.1870, nickel-mounted, round snakewood stick, 67gm (Our #24381) $ 1,500.
197. HANNINGS & RUBINO, Viola bow, c.1980s, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 73gm (Our #31176) $ 2,000.
198. JOHN N. ASCHOW, Viola Bow, Oakland, Calif., silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 74.5gm (Our #30285) $ 2,000.
199. BAUSCH SCHOOL, Viola Bow, c.1890s, nickel-mounted ebony frog after Vuillaume, round pernambuco stick branded VUILLAUME A PARIS, 68gm (Our #30566) $ 2,500.
200. MORIZOT FRERES, Viola Bow, Mirecourt, c.1950s, nickel-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 69.5gm (Our #23156) $ 2,500.
201. KNOPF FAMILY, Viola Bow, Markneukirchen, c.1880, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 68.6gm, made as a copy of Dodd & similar to the style of Thomas Tubbs (Our #29690) $ 2,800.
Viola Bows $2,600 - $5,000
202. CONRAD GÖTZ, Viola Bow, Saxony, A gold-mounted viola bow by the firm of Conrad Götz of Saxony, stamped: CONRAD GÖTZ***; the octagonal stick of red- brown colored pernambuco with a gold tip and gold winding; the dark tortoiseshell frog with pearl eyes and gold rings to the sides; the tortoiseshell adjuster with gold bands; weight 72.8 grams. (Our #33297) $ 3,000.
203. LOUIS MORIZOT, Viola Bow, Mirecourt, c.1950s, A silver-mounted viola bow with a round stick, silver tip, and whalebone winding. Weight, 63.5 grams (Our #22026) $ 4,500.
204. CHARLES ALFRED BAZIN, Viola Bow, Mirecourt, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 69.9gm (Our #30351) $ 5,000.
205. NURNBERGER FOR W. H. HAMMIG, Viola Bow, Markneukirchen, c.1910, silver mounted, round pernambuco stick stamped W. H. HAMMIG, 67.7gm with the original silver-tinsel winding; in superb condition; Bows branded W. H. Hammig were made by the shop of Albert Nurnberger & the shop of Herbert and Alfred Leight (Our #30874) $ 5,000.
206. WILHELM KNOPF, Viola Bow, Markneukirchen, c.1840, Made by a member of the Knopf Family, and probably the workshop of Christian Wilhelm Knopf. The round stick is of amourette wood with a nickel-silver mounted ivory frog. Weight 69gm. (Our #32616) $ 5,000.
Viola Bows Over $5,000
207. DODD FAMILY, Viola Bow, London, c.1830-40, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick stamped: DODD, 76.5gm, possibly the work of Edward Dodd (Our #27786) INQUIRE
208. LOUIS MORIZOT, FRERES FOR PAUL BISCH, Viola Bow, Mirecourt, c.1950, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick stamped P.BISCH-PARIS, 70.8gm (Our #22075) INQUIRE
209. CARL ALBERT NURNBERGER, Viola Bow, Markneukirchen, c.1950, gold-mounted ivory frog, octagonal pernambuco stick branded F.N.VOIRIN A PARIS; 74.4gm, in particularly fine condition (Our #33019) INQUIRE
210. CHARLES ALFRED BAZIN, Viola Bow, Mirecourt, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 72gm with original silver tinsel winding (Our #22019) INQUIRE
211. CHARLES ALFRED BAZIN, Viola Bow, Mirecourt, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 66gm (Our #22068) INQUIRE
212. CHRISTIAN FRIEDRICH WILHELM KNOPF, Viola Bow, Neukirchen, c.1830, the octagonal stick by C.F.W.Knopf ((1815-1897) of unmarked amourette, the silver- mounted frog by a later member of the Knopf family, 69gm, length of stick is 74cm, (about 5mm to 8mm longer than most viola bows, which is in part due to this bow having a rather long nose, typical for this period of Knopf family bows) (Our #24507) INQUIRE
213. ROGER LOTTE, Viola Bow, Mirecourt, c.1960, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick stamped: VATELOT & FILS A PARIS, 73.5gm (Our #29071) INQUIRE
214. CHARLES NICOLAS BAZIN, Viola Bow, Mirecourt, c.1900, silver-mounted, sturdy dark round pernambuco stick, 69.5 (Our #30878) INQUIRE
215. CHRISTIAN WILHELM KNOPF, PROBABLY, Viola Bow, Markneukirchen, c.1820, gold-mounted iv. frog, octagonal stick, 66gm (Our #22111) INQUIRE
216. THOMAS TUBBS, Viola Bow, London, c.1840, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 67.3gm, in an excellent state of preservation (Our #25700) INQUIRE
217. JOHN DODD, Viola Bow, Lambeth & Kew, c.1800-1820, gold-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 67.5gm with old silver tinsel winding, modeled after & closely resembling the work of Leonard Tourte; a reproduction frog expertly made by Jacob Mitas (Our #30524) INQUIRE
218. JAMES TUBBS, Viola Bow, London, c.1860s, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 68gm; a fine early work of James Tubbs (Our #28948) INQUIRE
219. JOSEPH HENRY, WORKSHOP OF, Viola Bow, Paris, c.1850, silver-mounted, strong round stick, 73.7gm. Certificate by Jean Francois Raffin (Our #32832) INQUIRE
220. PIERRE SIMON, Viola Bow, Paris, c.1855, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, the frog is in the style of Dominique Peccatte for J. B. Vuillaume, 66gm; Certificate from Paul Childs; A rare viola bow from this important 19th century French maker, in excellent condition and with superior playing qualities (Our #31153) INQUIRE
Composite & Carbon Fiber Cello Bows
221. EASTMAN, Cello Bow, NEW, Cadenza two-star model or Carbon fiber with a pernambuco sheath, ebony frog, 79.8 grams, a very nice strong bow for a budget price (Our #29801) $ 200.
222. JONPAUL BOWS, Cello Bow, braided carbon fiber weave of a a dark red-brown color, ebony frog with abalone slide and eyes, 82.7 grams (Our #31859) 234
223. ARTINO, Cello Bow, A great addition to the realm of carbon fiber bows! Made with stranded carbon fiber and very little resin, the stick is very responsive. Great for both for your daily needs and strange climates. Natural looking synthetic tip. 81.9 Grams (Our #32272) 350
224. CODABOW, Cello bow, Diamond NX model, Graphite diamond brown carbon fiber weave, Kevlar acoustic core, nickel silver mounts, 10-year warranty, 80.6 grams (Our #31522) 468
225. CODABOW, Cello Bow, NEW, Diamond SX model, carbon weave with kevlar inner core, 80.4 grams (Our #31235) $ 475.
Cello Bows $1,000 and Under
226. GERMAN, Cello Bow, Markneukirchen, c.1900-20, nickel-mounted, round Brazilwood stick, 76.4gm (Our #24406) $ 300.
227. ST CYR VIOLINS, Gamba Bow, a lovely new baroque bow, with a pike head, the fluted octagonal stick and the open frog of snakewood, with a turned ebony button, 71.6 grams (Our #26282) $ 500.
228. ANDRE DELMONT, Cello Bow, Brazilian, nickel-mounted round pernambuco stick; 87.5gm (Our #29502) HOLD
Cello Bows $1,100 - $2.,500
229. FRENCH, Cello Bow, Mirecourt School, probably by Roger Lotte, nickel-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 74gm (Our #23284) $ 1,100.
230. EGIDIUS DORFLER, Cello Bow, Bubenreuth, This modern bow is a fine example of the Dorfler bows, which are stylish with clean, precise lines. The round stick is of orange-brown pernambuco with silver winding; The ebony frog is silver mounted, with pearl eyes and silver rings. The ebony adjuster has two silver rings and a pearl end eye. Weight 81 grams. (Our #33310) $ 1,600.
231. OTTO GUETTER, Cello Bow, silver-mounted, round stick of reddish-brown pernambuco, ivory tip, ebony frog with pearl eyes. 79.7gm (Our #32808) $ 2,250.
232. GLENN BEARDEN, Cello Bow, Baroque, in baroque style, open and unmounted ebony frog, round snakewood stick with "pike-head" stamped GLENN BEARDEN, turned ebony adjuster with silver sleeve (Our #32524) $ 2,500.
233. JEROME THIBOUVILLE-LAMY, Cello Bow, Mirecourt, nickel-mounted ebony frog after Vuillaume, round pernambuco stick branded GRANDINI SENIOR, 72gm (Our #24344) $ 2,500.
234. JOHN CLUTTERBUCK, Cello Bow, London, stamped: JOHN CLUTTERBUCK; silver mounted, round pernambuco stick; 79.6gm (Our #24990) $ 2,500.
235. KARL WILHELM KNOPF, ATTRIBUTED TO, Cello Bow, Markneukirchen, c.1860, nickel-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 75gm (Our #24351) $ 2,500.
236. ROGER LOTTE, Cello Bow, Mirecourt, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 74.6gm with silver winding (Our #22145) $ 2,500.
Cello Bows $2,600 - $5,000
237. FRANZ ALBERT HERRMANN, Cello Bow, Schonlind, c.1900, silver-mounted, strong round pernambuco stick, 81.5gm (Our #29144) $ 3,000.
238. JOHN NORWOOD LEE, Cello Bow, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 79.7 grams (Our #30901) $ 3,000.
239. MANUEL RUHLMANN, Cello bow, Nancy, France, silver-mounted, rounmd pernambuco stick, 79.1gm (Our #30235) $ 4,000.
240. SIEGFRIED FINKEL, Cello Bow, Brienz, Switzerland, 1960s, gold-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 79gm with whalebone wrap (Our #26353) $ 4,000.
241. GEORGE TEPHO, Cello Bow, Quimper, France, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 79.5gm (Our #31377) $ 4,500.
242. KNOPF FAMILY, Cello Bow, Berlin, c.1875, nickel-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 79.5gm, probably from the workshop of Heinrich Knopf (Our #24465) $ 4,500.
243. PIERRE CUNIOT, Cello Bow, Mirecourt, c.1875, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 73gm (1839-1884), Certificate available from Pierre Guillaume (Our #24343) $ 4,500.
244. LOUIS BAZIN, Cello Bow, Mirecourt, c.1925, nickel-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 77gm, Certificate available from Pierre Guillaume (Our #26089) $ 4,800.
245. KNOPF FAMILY, Cello Bow, c.1860, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 73gm with silver winding, attributed to Christian Friedrich Wilhelm Knopf (1815-1897) (Our #22729) $ 5,000.
Cello Bows Over $5,000
246. VLADIMIR RADOSAVLJEVIC, Cello Bow, Serbia, silver-mounted, very dark and strong round pernambuco stick, 82gm. Appraisal from Isaac Salchow, New York (Our #32884) INQUIRE
247. CHARLES ALFRED BAZIN, Cello Bow, Mirecourt, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 82gm, by Charles Bazin II, in mint condition (Our #22047) INQUIRE
248. CHARLES ALFRED BAZIN, Cello Bow, Mirecourt, silver-mounted, strong octagonal pernambuco stick, 83gm (Our #22046) INQUIRE
249. CHARLES ALFRED BAZIN, Cello Bow, Mirecourt, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 77.5gm (Our #22658) INQUIRE
250. KNOPF FAMILY, Cello Bow, Markneukirchen, c.1840, round figured snakewood stick with a silver tip, probably from the workshop of Christian Wilhelm Knopf, the later nickel-mounted frog and adjuster probably by Heinrich Richard Knopf, 88.5gm (Our #30112) INQUIRE
251. CHARLES ALFRED BAZIN, Cello Bow, Mirecourt, c.1950s, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 78gm (Our #22044) INQUIRE
252. CHARLES NICOLAS BAZIN, Cello Bow, Mirecourt, c.1900, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick branded: H. C. SILVESTRE, 78gm (Our #25710) INQUIRE
253. CHRISTIAN FRIEDRICH WILHELM KNOPF, Cello Bow, Leipzig, c.1860-70, round pernambuco stick, 77.5gm with period-style silver tinsel winding (C.F.W.Knopf: 1815-1897) (Our #27043) INQUIRE
254. DODD FAMILY, FOR BETTS, Cello Bow, London, c.1800, later silver-mounted ebony frog of the period style, round pernambuco stick with swan-head after L. Tourte stamped BETTS's, 80gm (Our #26096) INQUIRE
255. CHRISTIAN FRIEDRICH WILHELM KNOPF, ATTRIBUTED TO, Cello Bow, Markneukirchen, c.1860, nickel-mounted, round pernambuco stick, the head in the style of the Dodd Family; a fine example in nearly perfect condition, 80gm (C.F.W.Knopf: 1815-1897) (Our #22730) INQUIRE
256. W. E. HILL & SONS, Cello Bow, London, 1930, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 78.5gm, the work of Edgar Bishop (Our #32031) INQUIRE
257. L. PANORMO BY THOMAS TUBBS, Cello Bow, London, c.1835, A silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 92.2gm, made by Thomas Tubbs for Louis Panormo about 1835 with the characteristic Panormo forward head chamfers, and ebony head-plate; it has a later silver-mounted frog in the style of the Knopf family; the handle seems to have been renewed with a graft, visible just forward of the leather grip, and, while it does devalue the stick to some extent, has no bearing on its strength or playability (Our #33081) INQUIRE
258. VICTOR FETIQUE, Cello Bow, Paris, silver-mounted, very strong round stick of "bois-de-chine"(rosewood family), 83gm with tinsel grip, certificate by Rembert Wurlitzer, New York (Our #26076) INQUIRE
259. ANDRE CHARDON, Cello Bow, Paris, c.1930s, silver-mounted, strong octagonal pernambuco stick, 86.5gm, by Andre Chardon for Chanot & Chardon (Our #22181) INQUIRE
260. W. E. HILL & SONS, Cello Bow, London, 1928, silver-mounted tortoiseshell frog, lightly figured octagonal pernambuco stick, 78.4gm with the original whalebone winding, a stunning bow and in a particularly fine state of preservation (Our #32175) INQUIRE
261. CHRISTIAN WILHELM KNOPF, ATTRIBUTED TO, Cello bow, c.1820-30, the octagonal stick of dark brown colored ironwood with silver winding; the ivory frog with large abalone shields to the sides; the period ebony adjuster with two silver bands is early French work, weight 81.9 gm; This cello bow was used in hundreds of performances and on numerous recordings by William Stokking, Principle Cellist of the Philadelphia Orchestra for 32 years (1973-2005). He had previously held positions in both the Cleveland Orchestra and the Boston Symphony Orchestra. William Stokking was a student of Gregor Piatigorsky, Felix Salmond, and Leonard Rose, and held faculty positions at The Curtis Institute of Music, and the Cleveland Institute of Music (Our #32269) INQUIRE
262. JAMES TUBBS, Cello Bow, London, c.1880, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 84.5gm with whalebone winding (Our #29895) INQUIRE
263. LOUIS THOMASSIN, Cello Bow, Paris, silver mounted, round pernambuco stick stamped: GUSTAVE BERNARDEL, 74.6gm, in nearly perfect condition (Our #26077) INQUIRE
264. LOUIS THOMASSIN, Cello Bow, Paris, c.1900, silver mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick stamped: LEON BERNARDEL, 77.4gm, a model after Francois Tourte (Our #32156) INQUIRE
265. TOURTE SCHOOL, Cello Bow, Paris, c.1790-1800, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 81gm (Our #28403) INQUIRE
266. CLAUDE THOMASSIN, Cello Bow, Paris, c.1910-15, silver-mounted, strong round pernambuco stick branded PAUL JOMBAR, 76.6gm, Certificate by Bernard Millant, Paris (Our #31293) INQUIRE
267. VICTOR FETIQUE, Cello Bow, Paris, c.1924, silver-mounted, strong octagonal pernambuco stick branded: EXPO LONDRES 1924, 79.2gm (Our #28790) INQUIRE
268. VICTOR FETIQUE, Cello Bow, Paris, c.1925, silver-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 79.4gm (Our #28742) INQUIRE
269. CHARLES PECCATTE, Cello Bow, Paris, c.1885, silver-mounted, strong round pernambuco stick, 81.6gm, the frog and adjuster by Louis Morizot freres; Certificate by Isaac Salchow (Our #33313) INQUIRE
270. CLAUDE JOSEPH FONCLAUSE, Cello Bow, Paris, c.1830s, silver-mounted, octagonal pernambuco stick, 81.4gm, Certificate available from Pierre Guillaume (Our #22732) INQUIRE
271. FRANCOIS LUPOT II, Cello Bow, Paris, c.1825, gold-mounted, round pernambuco stick, 74.5gm; Certificate by Pierre Guillaume, Brussels (Our #24051) INQUIRE
Fractional Cello Bows
272. HAMILTON, Cello Bow, 1/4 size, 1/4 size, Round pernambuco stick of orange-brown colored wood with an ebony frog and nickel silver fittings, weight 51.4 grams. (Our #32819) $ 150.
273. A. SCHROETTER, Cello Bow, 3/4 size, Germany, 3/4 size A nice octagonal 3/4 size German cello bow with the A. Schroetter stamp. The stick is dark Brazilwood, with an ebony frog and nickel silver mounts. Weight is 74.5 grams. (Our #32794) $ 200.
Composite & Carbon Fiber Bass Bows
274. GLASSER, Bass Bow, The Glasser F503SH-34 is a French style fiberglass bow, with a half-lined frog and nickel wire grip. The stick has a matte black finish. This is a sturdy all-around performer. 132.3 grams (Our #33244) $ 85.
Bass Bows
275. CODABOW, Bass Bow, NEW, A true workhorse, the CodaBow REVELATION is robustly designed with a stout, full sound. The bow's precision square weave lends the bow stability on the string and quick initiation at the start of the strokes. A traditional design that will feel familiar in the hand, the CodaBow Revelation is a great choice for orchestral performance. DETAILS AND FEATURES 10-Year WARRANTY Tone Color: Robust, Full Touch: Steady, Strong SPECS Dynamic Balance: Center Weight: Medium Action: Moderate Stiffness: Medium-Stiff Weight is 133 grams (Our #32553) $ 550.
276. CIRILO SOUSA, Bass Bow, Brazil, A silver-mounted modern Brazilian in the French style with a round dark red-brownb pernambuco stick, French-style. Weight is 138.9 grams (Our #32766) $ 750.