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Violin, timber, maker, origin and date unknown [possibly Saxony].

Violin, timber, maker, origin and date unknown [possibly Saxony].

Violin, dark to light brown wood tonings.

With case. End compartment contains 1 key to fit case, 1 empty envelope for a string, receipt from A.E. Smith & Co. P/L made out to EA Crome, 1 violin peg, 1 piece of wood from bridge, 1 bow end, 1 price list from Smith & Co. Middle compartment contained one block of resin wrapped in one piece of grey velvet marked Lloyd Adams, 1 nylon seamed stocking. (SB).

Summary

Object No.

H9057

Object Statement

Violin, timber, maker, origin and date unknown [possibly Saxony].

Physical Description

Violin, timber, maker, origin and date unknown [possibly Saxony].

Violin, dark to light brown wood tonings.

With case. End compartment contains 1 key to fit case, 1 empty envelope for a string, receipt from A.E. Smith & Co. P/L made out to EA Crome, 1 violin peg, 1 piece of wood from bridge, 1 bow end, 1 price list from Smith & Co. Middle compartment contained one block of resin wrapped in one piece of grey velvet marked Lloyd Adams, 1 nylon seamed stocking. (SB).

History

Notes

EA Crome states that this was his violin when he was a student. and was an old 'Saxonian' violin and case with crocodile skin and blue velvet lining.

Source

Credit Line

Gift of Mr & Mrs E A & V I Crome, 1973

Acquisition Date

11 July 1973

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Harvard

Violin, timber, maker, origin and date unknown [possibly Saxony]. 2018, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 25 April 2019, <https://ma.as/254575>

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