Durro bow - made in Germany

November 22, 2005 at 12:08 AM · Purchased a Hungarian violin, handmade, and it came with this bow. All I can find on the net, is about cf Durro bows, pretty sure this is not. Violin dates 1968, don't know if the bow is the same age but I assume it is close, as it came all together, really curious if any one has any info. It is a decent bow, sounds quite nice on all my violins, very easy to handle and well balanced, and compares very well to a much more expensive bow that I have. Any info would be appreciated, or pointers on where to find info.

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