DHV:
1159
Tourin ID:

Size:

Quinton

Label Text:

Place Made:

F, Paris

Maker:

Date:

1760 C

[None]

Body Shape:

Violin

Current Location:

IL, Raanana

Sound Holes:

F

Collection:

Private collection

No. of Strings:

5

Catalog Number:

Head:

Female

Previous Owner:

Joseph Feldman, Brazil (father-in-law of M. Herzog), late 1940s-

Measurements:

Body Length:

37.5

String Length:

33.4

Rib Depth:

3.8

Upper Width:

15.7

Middle Width:

11.6

Bottom Width:

20.7

Information Source:

M. Herzog to TGM, 11/95 + 8/96

Literature:

Photographs:

Recordings:

Auctions:

Comments:

Lindeman 2011, p. 63; Herzog 2003, QT-37; Milliot 1997, pp. 283-84

Herzog 2000, pp. 11 (front), 14 (front); VdGS/GB Newsletter No. 106 (7/99), p. 14; Milliot 1997, pp. 283-84 (F+B, head F+S; color); [unpublished, from owner: FB+S, head F+S (color)]

Restored 1995-6 by Fred Lindeman, Amsterdam; had been converted to a violin. (Lindemann 2011 says he made “a new neck, fingerboard and tailpiece and a relengthened pegbox for the fifth string,” based on research at Musée de la musique and Germanisches Nationalmuseum.) Possibly by Chappuy; head certainly by La Fille. 2 pegs treble, 3 bass side. Fretted. 2-piece arched back, overlanging edges. Repair inscription on inside of back: “réparé par Laussedat à Clermont Ferrand” (Vannes: a piano manufacturer that also replaired string instruments, mid-19C).