C E L L O B O W S F O R S A L E
This price list was last updated on 18 October 2018
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|Maker||Weight (grammes)||Mounting (Silver/Gold)||Price|
|C. Thomassin 1910-15||79.5||Silver||Sold|
|C. Thomassin c.1895||76.0||Silver||£12,000|
|C N Bazin||75.5||Silver||£9,000|
|W E Hill & Sons||81.0||Silver||£8,000|
|W E Hill & Sons||78.9||S/T||£7,500|
|John Dodd (short)||82.6||Silver||Sold|
|Michael J Taylor||76.0||Gold||Sold|
|H R Pfretzschner||83.0||Silver||£2,750|
|John Dodd (later frog & button)||90.3||Nickel||£tbc|
|Gunther A Paulus||79.0||Silver||£1,700|
|German trade bow||74.0||Silver||£1,300|
|C F Ribeiro||80.6||Nickel||£940|
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If you would like more information about our stock of cello bows for sale or would like to arrange to try a selection, please contact us. Bows can be taken out on trial for 7 days and can be posted back to us by Special Delivery. We can also post up to three bows to you for trial; the postage charge for this is £15.
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