Vienna, circa 1815
labelled Martin Stoss Kaiserlich Königlicher Hof Geigen und Lautenmacher in Wien 1809, ad Exemplar Ant & Hier Amati
Martin Stoss was not appointed 'Hofgeigenmacher', violin maker to the Viennese Court, until 1813, after the death of Michael Stadlmann, so it seems likely that Stoss deliberately pre-dated the label in this cello.
length of back 73.8cm.
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