Known as ‘da Calco’, he was born there in 1873 and was trained by Bisiach and Antoniazzi before working in Buenos Aires from 1889 to 1920. He then returned to Calco, moving to Sesto San Giovanni, Milan in 1936, where he died in 1956. His instruments are frequently rubber-stamped and signed internally.
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