DHV:
528
Tourin ID:
LEIPC 07

Size:

Treble

Place Made:

Maker:

GB

London (Southwark)

Henry

Jaye

Date:

16..

Label Text:

[None]

Body Shape:

Viol

Current Location:

D

Leipzig

No. of Strings:

6

Collection:

Universität Leipzig

Sound Holes:

C

Catalog Number:

800

Head:

Male

Private Owner:

Previous Owner:

Wilhelm Heyer, Cologne

Measurements:

Body Length:

33.5

String Length:

33.5?

Rib Depth:

7.5

Upper Width:

15.5

Middle Width:

Bottom Width:

19

Information

Source:

H. Harders to TGM, 9/00; PT visit 10/78

Literature:

Fleming 2007, p. 28 (JP 02); Rubardt 1955, p. 24; Schultz 1929, p. 71; Kinsky 1912, 2:453

Photographs:

[Unpublished, from A. Otterstedt 3/07: FB+S, head FB+S (color)]

Recordings:

Auctions:

Comments:

Back and ribs of bird’s-eye maple. Rosette. H. Harders: 1-piece back with double purfling and ornament at bottom, ribs also ornamented, 5-piece table with 2 wings and double purfling; original neck with remains of original fingerboard under a new one; dimensions 33.1, 15.6/11.0/18.9, -, - (widths taken on back). Pegbox and head similar to Kessler’s 1619 bass, back similar to Coin’s 1621 bass. (Kinsky 1912: seemingly French from 1H18C.) (Jaye probably died in 1636, per Fleming 2016.)