B O W S F O R S A L E
This price list was updated on 22 May 2017
For bow maker biographies, click here See below the table for more details of starred bows *
|Maker||Weight (grammes)||Mounting (Silver/Gold)||Price|
|Eugène Sartory *||78.8||Silver||Sold|
|Charles Alfred Bazin||82.0||Silver||£5,000|
|Charles Louis Bazin||77.0||Silver||£5,000|
|Michael J Taylor||76.0||Gold||£4,900|
|W E Hill & Sons||77.5||Silver||£4,500|
|W E Hill & Sons||83.2||Silver||£4,500|
|W E H & S||71.6||Silver||£3,750|
|John Norwood Lee||80.8||Silver||£3,000|
|Gunther A Paulus||79.0||Silver||£2,200|
|C F Ribeiro||80.6||Nickel||£940|
* Eugène Sartory cello bow 78.8g Sold
This strong and agile bow is in excellent condition and is an exceptional example of Sartory’s work.
Certificate from the late Bernard Millant.
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