London, circa 1930
labelled Ioannis de Tononis Fecit Bononiæ Anno 1737 and bearing a further label Pietro Tononi me fecit Bologna 1703 internally on the lower treble rib
length of back 40.8cm.
19 October 2018 - Dilworth, John
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