So say, I came across a violin with this thread title on the label: It is a single label inside in bold capitalised print, no cursive or written year anywhere to be found and the paper itself is about the color of the Declaration of Independence.
Basically, is this the real-deal!?
How did the E.H. Roth labels look in the 1933-1945 era?
The instrument has a two-piece back and the f holes aren't painted. The top is thick and it looks much more aged than my 1972 Erlangen.
I'll have pictures eventually.
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