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유명한 Laberte-Humbert, ca.에서 만든 beautifull old 4/4 프랑스어 인증 바이올린. 1920.

아름다운 나무로 만든 아주 멋진 바이올린 : 흠뻑 젖은 뒤쪽, 갈비뼈, 목, 그리고 아주 좋은 두루마리.

잘 수행 된 퍼프 링은 바이올린의 우수한 음질과 전형적인 훌륭한 작업을 잘 보여줍니다.

아름다운 원래 광택!

바이올린은 신뢰할 수있는 인증서 (파리의 J. Rampal 포함)와 함께 제공되므로 안심하고 구입할 수 있습니다.

이 바이올린에는 새로운 문자열 세트와 새로운 턱받이와 오리지날 테일 피스가 함께 제공되어 연주 할 준비가되었습니다.

균열이없고 오래된 바이올린으로 인해 약간의 작은 표면 긁힘이있을 수 있습니다.

강한 소리와 영사력을 지닌 바이올린으로 개방적이고 따뜻한 음색. 사이즈 : ca. 359 mm (4/4).

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About Laberte-Humbert Frères :
Marc Laberte was born into a family of violin makers.
His great grandfather set up a workshop in Mirecourt around 1780.
On 21 May 1904, he married Marie Adeline Josephine Thérèse Drouin but she died on 15 December 1909.
Before her death, she gave birth to André Emile Philippe Laberte; Philippe, as he was known, would become a violin maker like his father.
After the death of his first wife, he married again, this time to Geneviève Josephine Paule Francine Thouvenin on 15 April 1912 in Besançon.   

They had a daughter on 6 June 1916 named Claude.[3] In 1915 Marc Laberte joined Fourier Magnié (1868-1946) and established the new firm under the name "Laberte-Humbert Frères, Fourier Magnié Réunis".
A comprehensive catalogue, including the complete range of products and instruments in the lutherie field was published by the firm that same year.
In 1927, the firm continued its development by buying the well-known trademark "A La Ville de Cremonne” from Paul Mangenot.
One can find this mark stamped with its characteristic triangular shape on the inside back of many good Mirecourt violins of the 19th century.
Included in the deal was the use of names such as Honoré Derazey, Just Derazey, Paul Mangenot, and Didier Nicolas aîné, the last of whom was first to have used this trademark.
Soon thereafter in that same year, a new catalogue including the recently acquired brands was published, this time under the name Laberte & Magnié.
It is interesting to note that this same catalogue includes two pages dedicated to the collection of antique Italian instruments belonging to Marc Laberte and the “copies” available for purchase that were made after the originals.
On these instruments, the label of "Marc Laberte, Maître Luthier" appears beside a reproduction of the Italian maker's label. In 1931,
Laberte received the Grand Prix for the Stradivox Magné, a phonograph, which was produced in different versions.
These attempts at diversification were made to help the firm withstand the increasing competition and recession effects during that period. Unfortunately,
World War II brought despair on Mirecourt as well as the rest of Europe.
The Laberte production ended entirely, as the stock and production tools were raided and stolen.
By 1944 the firm resumed its activity, but the production never reached the same levels as prior to the war and eventually the difficult economic
climate during the post war years, led to the unavoidable decline of the Laberte production. Philippe Laberte,
Marc Laberte’s son, joined the firm during this period and tried to maintain a production catered toward the high end of the market.
Marc Laberte died in 1963.

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