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  1. Entry level wooden violin bow

    Entry level wooden violin bow

    A$59.00

    In general, with a modest amount of playing and careful handling, they will last for 2 to 3 years.

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  2. Entry level wooden viola bow

    Entry level wooden viola bow

    A$59.00

    In general, with a modest amount of playing and careful handling, they will last for 2 to 3 years.

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  3. Entry level wooden cello bow

    Entry level wooden cello bow

    A$78.00

    In general, with a modest amount of playing and careful handling, they will last for 2 to 3 years.

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  4. Chinese trade wooden cello bow, c. 2015

    Chinese trade wooden cello bow, c. 2015

    A$115.00

    A step up from the basic entry level bow

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  5. Generic Chinese baroque cello bow

    Generic Chinese baroque cello bow

    A$170.00

    A generic beginner level baroque bow.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 6193

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  6. Schumann entry level wooden viola bow

    Schumann entry level wooden viola bow

    A$175.00

    The entry level bow of the Schumann brand will perform all the basic functions well.

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  7. Chinese entry level carbon fibre violin bow with 'bling'

    Chinese entry level carbon fibre violin bow with 'bling'

    A$185.00

    A bit of 'bling'... and why not!?

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  8. Schumann entry level wooden cello bow

    Schumann entry level wooden cello bow

    A$185.00

    The entry level bow of the Schumann brand will perform all the basic functions well.

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  9. Chinese entry level carbon fibre viola bow

    Chinese entry level carbon fibre viola bow

    A$190.00

    These bows will perform very well technically and are practically indestructible.

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  10. Chinese entry level carbon fibre cello bow

    Chinese entry level carbon fibre cello bow

    A$195.00

    These bows will perform very well technically and are practically indestructible.

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  11. Schumann carbon fibre violin bow

    Schumann carbon fibre violin bow

    A$215.00

    More refined than cheaper Chinese carbon fibre bows.

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  12. German Trade viola bow, c.1975

    German Trade viola bow, c.1975

    A$370.00

    Germany has a rich tradition of making bows for the trade which were subsequently exported worldwide.

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  13. W. E. Dorfler viola bow, Germany 2015

    W. E. Dorfler viola bow, Germany 2015

    A$659.00

    The Dörfler firm, is one of Germany’s famous contemporary bow making companies.

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  14. Violin bow stamped ‘AUGUST THOMA’ c. 1935

    Violin bow stamped ‘AUGUST THOMA’ c. 1935

    The Thoma family of bow makers spanned at least three generations.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 405.

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  15. Nelly Poidevin Baroque viola bow, France, contemporary

    Nelly Poidevin Baroque viola bow, France, contemporary

    Nelly Poidevin specialises in bows for early music performance.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 61

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  16. Arnold Dolmetsch, Baroque violin bow, UK, c.1935

    Arnold Dolmetsch, Baroque violin bow, UK, c.1935

    Arnold Dolmetsch ran a significant early music workshop in Haslemere, Surrey producing all manner of authentic instruments and bows.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 635

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  17. Withers & Sons violin bow, London, c.1920

    Withers & Sons violin bow, London, c.1920

    The firm, George Withers & Sons, produced many fine bows.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 369.

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  18. "T. VICTOR" viola bow, London, c.1900

    "T. VICTOR" viola bow, London, c.1900

    A fine French bow maker, Victor Thomassin moved to London around the turn of the 20th century.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 87.

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  19. Alois Sandner viola bow, c.1970

    Alois Sandner viola bow, c.1970

    As is so often the case within the tradition, Alois Sandner studied bow making at his father’s bench.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 66.

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  20. E. H. Roth violin bow, Markneukirchen c.1920

    E. H. Roth violin bow, Markneukirchen c.1920

    Ernst Heinrich Roth was a highly respected artisan running a large, successful enterprise.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 624.

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  21. Dodd / Corsby cello bow, London, c.1855

    Dodd / Corsby cello bow, London, c.1855

    This bow can draw out a powerful sound with excellent dynamic range.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 150.

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  22. W. E. Hill & Sons, London viola bow,  c.1925

    W. E. Hill & Sons, London viola bow, c.1925

    A superb early period Hill bow by Edgar Bishop.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 95.

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  23. Unstamped German violin bow, c.1890

    Unstamped German violin bow, c.1890

    An unstamped bow of the Markneukirchen school, it comprises a round pernambuco stick and produces a very refined sound.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 449.

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  24. C. N. Bazin violin bow, Mirecourt, France c.1890

    C. N. Bazin violin bow, Mirecourt, France c.1890

    Charles Nicolas Bazin, was one of the best Mirecourt makers of his time.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 422.

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  25. Hart & Son cello bow, London c.1920

    Hart & Son cello bow, London c.1920

    George Hart II oversaw a large workshop which specialised in fine, French inspired bows.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 181.

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  26. C. N. Bazin violin bow, c. 1890

    C. N. Bazin violin bow, c. 1890

    Bows from C. N. Bazin’s Mirecourt workshop were made for some of the most prominent violin establishments of the day.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 482.

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  27. George Darby (attr) violin bow, England c.1890

    George Darby (attr) violin bow, England c.1890

    George Darby was a respected violin and bow maker. This is a nice, light, agile bow.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 323.

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  28. German Viola Bow Stamped "TECHLER", c. 1925

    German Viola Bow Stamped "TECHLER", c. 1925

    Bows stamped "Techler" emanated from the C A Reichel workshop in Markneukirchen.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 84.

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  29. F C Pfretzschner viola bow, Germany c.1955

    F C Pfretzschner viola bow, Germany c.1955

    F C Pfretzschner most likely specialised in trading.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 48.

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  30. J. F. Daber violin bow, Lyon c.1990

    J. F. Daber violin bow, Lyon c.1990

    A French violin bow by the J. F. Daber company. A perfectly balanced bow which feels light in the hand.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 379.

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