Old Instruments

 

Handsome French bass, made by Chardon, Ambecourt around 1920. Arched back, mint condition.
Stringlength 101 cm.    

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Good German bass, labelled Johann Jos. Franck, Dresden 1793. Flat back, restored condition.
Stringlength 104 cm.

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 Fine Hungarian bass made by A. Kallai, 2009. Arched back, mint condition.
Stringlength 104.5 cm.

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Fine Hungarian bass made by Racz, Budapest 2009. Flat back, mint condition.
Stringlength 104 cm.

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Excellent possibly Italian or French bass, modified at the upper shoulders. Arched back, mint condition.
Stringlength 102 cm.

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Very fine Italian bass, possibly by F. Mori Costa. Flat back, good condition.
Stringlength 102 cm.

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Good Italian bass, made by G. Pareschi, Piacenza 1977. Arched back, fine condition.
Stringlength 106 cm.

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Spanish formerly 3-string bass labelled España 1881.
Flat back, repaired condition. Stringlength 105.5 cm.

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Dutch 4-string bass by René Zaal, Bemmel 1999, ex-James Long .
Flat back, mint condition. Stringlength 104 cm.

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Dutch 5-string bass by René Zaal, Bemmel 2008. Copy of J.J. Stadlmann, Vienna 1767.
Flat back, mint condition. Stringlength 107 cm.

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Good German 5-string bass, Benedikt Lang, Mittenwald 1953.
Arched back, mint condition. Stringlength 107 cm.

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Good German 4-string bass, possibly Markneukirchen around 1920.
Flat back, very good condition. Stringlength 112 cm.

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Very fine French originally 3-string bass. Flat back, fully restored and near mint condition.
Stringlength 103 cm.

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Dutch 5-string bass by René Zaal, Arnhem 1992. Copy of Th. Kennedy, London 1841
Flat back, mint condition. Stringlength 107 cm.

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Very handsome German bass by C.G. Schuster, Markneukirchen 1901.
Arched back, wonderful condition, stringlength 107 cm. Ex-HGO.

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Pöllmann 4-string bass, Mittenwald 1974. Arched back with soundpost crack, repaired condition.
Stringlength 104 cm.

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Very fine English 4-string bass by a member of the Hill family, attributed to Joseph I, London 2nd half of 18th Century. Flat back, modified shoulders, restored condition. Stringlength 106 cm.

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Very fine German bass made by J.A. Baader, Mittenwald around 1870. Flat back, excellent condition. Stringlength 103 cm.

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Excellent Italian bass most probably by L. Bajoni, Milan around 1870. Arched back, fully restored condition. Stringlength 105 cm.

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Fine English 5-string bass by J.W. Horwood, Great Yarmouth 1892 Arched back, excellent condition. Stringlength 108 cm.

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Nice Italian bass by G. Mariotto, Mantua 1979. Arched back, excellent condition. Stringlength 106.5 cm.

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Good Hungarian bass made by Andras Pachert, 2011. Arched back, mint condition.
Stringlength 104.5 cm.

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Very fine French 4-string bass unlabelled, by Jacquet-Gand, around 1890.
Flat back, fully restored condition. Stringlength 106 cm.

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Excellent German instrument, made by Julius Rudolph, Gotha around 1880.
Arched back, fine condition, wonderful varnish. Stringlength 106.5 cm.

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Interesting Hungarian bass made by Urmusch, Budapest . Flat back, mint condition.
Stringlength 102 cm.

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Good 4-string instrument, Reményi school, around 1920.
Flat back, fully restored condition. Stringlength 107 cm.

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Excellent German instrument, around 1900, highly suitable for jazz.
Arched back, good condition. Stringlength 109 cm.

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Pöllmann 4-string bass, Mittenwald 1975. Arched back, mint condition.

Stringlength 104 cm.

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Very interesting French 4-string bass, Vieux-Paris, possibly by F. Lejeune.
Arched back, fully restored condition. Stringlength 104 cm.

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Fine German 4-string bass by E. Wilfer, Bubenreuth 1989.
Arched back, mint condition, stringlength 104 cm.

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Hieronymus II Amati, copy by Hans Johansson and René Zaal 2014. Flat back, perfect condition. Stringlength 106 cm.

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Polish handmade 4-string bass by Andrzej Bednarski, Nowy Targ 1984.
Arched back, mint condition, stringlength 106 cm.

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Dutch 5-string bass by René Zaal, Bemmel 1999. Copy of Thomas Kennedy, London.
Flat back, mint condition. Stringlength 107 cm.

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German 4-string bass, possibly Markneukirchen, around 1900.
Arched back, very fine condition. Non-original head, stringlength 105 cm.

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Possibly English bass attributed to Mark Dearlove, Leeds 1829, as inscribed in ink.
Flat back, fully restored condition, stringlength 109 cm.

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Very handsome Dutch 5-string bass, labelled and brandmarked W. v.d. Linden, Hilversum 1982.
Flat back, excellent condition, stringlength 107.5 cm.

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English 4-string bass by Robert Thompson, London 1848.
Originally 3-string, flat back, fully restored condition. Stringlength 105 cm.

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Fine French bass without label or brandmark, Mirecourt around 1880.
Flat back, fully restored condition. Stringlength 104 cm.

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J. Bina, Prague 1888.
Flat back, restored condition.
Stringlength 109 cm.

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Chinese, 2012.
Arched back, perfect condition.
Stringlength 105 cm.

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Jassogne, Antoni, Brussels 1987.
Arched back, mint condition. Stringlength 103.5 cm.

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