Título: 1924 A stradivarius violin certificate of ...
Editorial: Silvestre & Maucotel, Paris
Año de publicación: 1924
Encuadernación: Soft cover
Condición del libro: Very Good
Ejemplar firmado: Signed by Author(s)
Original document. (34 x 22 cm). In French. Signed by Maucotel and Deschamp. Handwritten by them. It's a certificate of guarantee given to for a Stradivarius violin made by Paolo Casteller in Genoa in 1775 to firstly Monsieur J. G. Brun, and then Claude Lebet sent the document to Gülden Turali, to the purchaser of the violin. It explains features of stradivarius violin (by Paulus Castello de Genes). For related item see: 00584 numbered listed item. N° de ref. de la librería 5218
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