From Jonathan Frohnen
Posted May 9, 2010 at 06:59 PM
For sale I have an authentic Adolf C. Schuster bow that weighs in at 61grams. Silver mounted, fully octagonal, beautifully seasoned pernambuco bow, great playing qualities, this bow would be suitable for a soloist. Please email if you have any questions. Bow is stamped "Adolf C Schuster" and his crest is stamped into the frog. 14 day return policy, $2500.
I also have a beautiful rare bow by Frederick G. Vallance weighing in a little under 62grams. It is german silver mounted, fully octagonal, pernambuco, stamped "Fred G. Vallance" With this bow you get a bold and noble sound. Vallance bows are very very rare. 14-day return policy, $2000
Here is another I have for sale. JT Lamy shop "Sarasate" violin bow. Raffin cert from 2006. Round pernambuco stick 56.5 grams, german silver, amazing virtuoso bow, so light yet so powerful. $1650
Here is a nice Willy Roth bow from about 1920...only Will(y) is visable in the stamp now but I guarantee it is Willy Roth. Good for an orchestra musician or an advanced student looking to upgrade to a fine bow! Round pernambuco, silver mounted. 59grams $900
Ernst Kreusler ** ca1920 bow. Fully octaganol, silver mounted, 58grams. Best for an orchestra musician or regular chamber player.
Kreusler is no longer available
Sarasate is no longer available.
Here's a good one for an advancing student. Stamped "Franz Eibl" weighs about 58grams, nickel mounted pernambuco stick, just rehaired, cambered, and new grip/winding. $450
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