DHV:
1264
Tourin ID:

Size:

Bass

Label Text:

Place Made:

D, Hamburg

Maker:

Jacob Heinrich

Goldt

Date:

1768

Jacobus Heinr. Goldt / Fecit Hamburg 1768 [handwritten]

Body Shape:

Viol

Current Location:

I, Florence

Sound Holes:

F

Collection:

Private collection

No. of Strings:

6

Catalog Number:

Head:

Female

Previous Owner:

[private owner]; Charles van Raalte, Brownsea Castle, England -1927

Measurements:

Body Length:

67.5

String Length:

65 ±

Rib Depth:

11

Upper Width:

31.8

Middle Width:

21.8

Bottom Width:

38

Information Source:

Biordi & Giraud 1996, pp. 80-84

Literature:

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Auctions:

Comments:

Hellwig 2011, p. 416; Biordi & Giraud 1996, pp. 80-84; Montagu 1996, pp. 533-34

Hellwig 2011, p. 416 (front, head F+B 3/4 [color]); Biordi & Giraud 1996, pp. 81-83 (front, pegbox back, label)

Auctioned at Bonhams, London, 14 November 1995, lot 70. Ivory edging on table; finely carved pegbox. 2-piece table, 4-piece back. Linings not original, nor are 4 reinforcing bars on back (apart from soundpost plate). Bridge marked Alfred E. Chanot [1890-1964, fl. London 1Q20C]. Neck, fingerboard, tailpiece, and pegs not original, perhaps also by Chanot. Neck rather short, allowing maximum string length of ± 65 cm. Hellwig 2011: ribs probably cut down; both pegbox (with carved sides and open-carved back) and head (in mature style) “denen Tielkes zum Verwechseln ähnlich”; dimensions 68.6, 34.1/21.7/37.1, -, -. Montagu 1996: “some of it, at least, cannot have been earlier than its days at Brownsea Castle.”