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A very rare French certified cello bow by Etienne Pajeot,ca.1835, SUPERB


Item condition:
Used
Time left:
18d
Price:
$100,000.00 Buy It Now
Shipping:
$45.0
Item location:
USA
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Worldwide

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A superb, very rare cello bow made by Etienne Pajeot ca. 1835, certified by J.F. Raffin in Paris. This is one of the most beautiful and best sounding examples of the great master's work in excellent, collectors state of preservation. This fantastic bow is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED TO A SOLOIST! 
The stick is golden orange pernambuco of superior quality and figuration, strong with a remarkable, top soloist quality in every respect playing characteristics and one of a kind, outstanding, brilliant sound. The length of the stick is 69.4 cm and the weight of the bow is 79 g. The appearance and tone of this marvelous bow should meet and probably exceed expectations of a finest cellist.
Please read complete description in the certificate and bid with confidence; we have sold certified French bows to numerous satisfied collectors, dealers, players and soloists from worldwide. Bank wire transfer will be accepted within 5 days after auction completed. Personal pick up is recommended or buyer pays shipping $45 USA s/h via UPS plus actual insurance cost, International buyer pays $65 s/h via USPS express air mail plus actual insurance cost (if available for the specific country). Thank you and good luck!

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