DHV:
273
Tourin ID:
GAL 06; LOAN 3

Size:

Treble

Label Text:

Place Made:

GB, London

Maker:

Henry

Jaye

Date:

1632

Body Shape:

Viol

Current Location:

Sound Holes:

C

Collection:

[Galpin 1951, no. 506 (L.H. Lock)]

No. of Strings:

6

Catalog Number:

Head:

Head

Previous Owner:

L.H. Lock (in 1951); F.W. Galpin (in 1904)

Measurements:

Body Length:

String Length:

Rib Depth:

Upper Width:

Middle Width:

Bottom Width:

Information Source:

Galpin Society 1951

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Auctions:

Comments:

Galpin 1972, p. 18; Galpin Society 1951; Galpin 1910, p. 90; Loan 1904, p. 147; Loan 1900, p. 28

[Unpublished, in Heale Archive, on display in 1951: front 3/4]; Galpin 1937, pl. VI.7 (front); Galpin 1910, pl. XVI (front) [NB, changed for 4th ed. by T. Dart]

Called “alto” in 1951 catalogue. Galpin 1910 says “the head is by a later hand” and shows a scroll. Galpin 1972 reports grandfather’s notebook says “neck & head of later date” with pencil addition “by Furber” [= perhaps John Furber, d. 1841?] and says he “has not been able to trace its later history” (since 1904); it did not go to Boston like several other viols that Galpin had loaned to the 1904 exhibition. (In 1951, had tailpiece with pattern of diamonds.) Possibly the same as BAINE 3?