This is a French violin made in Mirecourt in the 1920s in the Jerome Thibouville Lamy workshop. It bears a Gustave Bazin label, although it has been determined by a French expert that it was actually made in the JTL workshop. It was purchased in Paris, then brought to the U.S. The workmanship is very good and the condition is excellent.
It has been professionally set up by Maxham Violins. It comes with a Brazilwood bow, stamped Ary, a black lightweight case, and Gustave Bernardel rosin. Other bows and cases are available at a modest price as well.
This is an excellent old instrument that’s been cared for and played for almost a century. It has the nuance of a fine violin made by master workmen during one of the greatest periods of violin making.
United States, Alexandria, VA, 22302
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Returns accepted. Buyer must contact seller within 30 days to arrange return. Refund will be given as Money Back.
Buyer pays return shipping.
Additional return policy details: If making a return, the violin must be shipped back as it was shipped out. Refund will be given when the package arrives.
Condition of Item(s):
Used - Excellent Condition
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