I am interested in buying a violin that I could keep for quite some time (in other words, an "expensive" one"). I have visited three violin shops on the mainland, and the shop I preferred was Robert Cauer.
In his studio, I found a lovely violin made by Paul Bailly (year 1906) who I'm told was a former pupil of J.B. Vuillaume.
Does anyone have any information on this maker? All information is apreciated!
Oh, and the price is listed at $20,000. Is it worth it? or should I look for something else...perhaps an italian?
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