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(b Salzburg, 1666; d Rome, 1747)
Rome, circa 1740
labelled David Tecchler Fecit Rome Anno Dni 1723
length of back 14in., 35.5cm.
The certificate of W.E. Hill & Sons, London, dated 11th March 1968, describing the violin as 'a characteristic and unusually well preserved example'
A letter from Kenneth Warren & Son, Chicago, dated 12th January 1971, describing the violin as 'the finest example of this master's work known to us... in an immaculate state of preservation'
‡ Tax Status: Import Reduced Rate. Read More
‡ £100,000-£150,000 (€110,000 - €165,000)
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