DHV:
677
Tourin ID:
NURN 17

Size:

Pardessus

Label Text:

Place Made:

F, Paris

Maker:

Michel

Collichon

Date:

1690 C

Colichon [handwritten]

Body Shape:

Viol

Current Location:

D, Nuremberg

Sound Holes:

C

Collection:

Germanisches Nationalmuseum

No. of Strings:

6

Catalog Number:

MIR 782

Head:

Male

Previous Owner:

Sammlung Rück, -1962

Measurements:

Body Length:

31.5

String Length:

31.6

Rib Depth:

6.4

Upper Width:

15.6

Middle Width:

10.4

Bottom Width:

18.3

Information Source:

Martius 1999, p. 39; Muthesius 1996, no. 7; PT visits 6/77 & 9/78

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Comments:

Mace 2012, pp. 47-50; Martius 1999, p. 39; Muthesius 1996; Huber 1989, p. 76; van der Meer 3/1982, p. 48 (front)

On museum’s website (FB+S [color]); Mace 2012, p. 48 (FB+S, from museum); Muthesius 1996, pp. 41 (head 3/4), 50 (X-ray); van der Meer 1983, p. 109 (front)

Muthesius 1996, no. 7: All parts original except tailpiece, bridge, and soundpost. 4-piece table with painted ornament and perimeter decoration (2 gold lines enclosing a darker line); decoration resembles no. 6 [= Kessler’s bass], suggesting a similar date [i.e., c. 1691]. 1-piece back and ribs of service-wood. In very good condition; dimensions 31.5, 15.3/10.6/18.7, 6.4, -. Mace 2012: same outline as Collichon’s treble, but 10/11ths the size; 2-piece table with 2 wings; through neck, mitered corners, oblique bass bar; head “a mustachioed gallant”. Drawing by Olav Gorset (1976) available from museum.