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A fine old French cello Marc Laberte atelier ca. 1920
A beautifull old French 4/4 cello, with label "Antonius Stradivarius" made ca. 1920,is
a fine example of the better French workshop work in Mirecourt.
This cello has its original bridge, which is branded : 'Emile Bonnel a Rennes ".
This cello is a good sounding instrument, : it has high standards in choice of materials &,workmanship.
This cello looks beautiful with its old patina of brownish coulour.
A nice 2-piece maple back with fine flamed maple ribs, neck, and a well made round and elegant scroll.
This cello comes with a new set of professional strings, a new bridge + professional tailpiece, new carbon endpin, and is ready to play.
The sound of the cello can be described as: a warm, and full , and open singing sound with a mature tonal timbre.
A sound sample is available on request.
The cello is in a good structural condition - no cracks or serious repairs,
Back length : 755 mm
mesnuur : 690 mm.

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Additional Information
Makers name Marc Laberte atelier cello circa 1920
Date ca. 1920
Length of back 758
Color orange/brown
Country of Manufacture Frankrijk
Accessories Supplied No