Re: bass values question


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Posted by reed on July 28, 2000 at 00:12:03:

In Reply to: bass values question posted by larry eastham on July 16, 2000 at 20:08:07:

: i have a john juzek chek strad copy with a round back. it is spruce top and the tuners are heavly engraved. heavy flaming on sides and back. the purfling is inlayed wood and makes a double circle going into a shield design. need help determining value.. help!
: also have a johann otto nuemberg strad copy that is check made. flat back copy of cremona 1721 with wood tunners. need help with value.
: also have a hearold jaeger flat back check that is a copy of cremona 1733. it is a spruce top also.
: any help any one can give will be greatly appreicated...

RE: Are you sure That is the spelling on the label? There are no "strad" copy
basses that I know of. Is it an original Juzek or a copy? Do you have papers for these basses? what condition are they in? How old are they, really?
From what you have described, they could be worth anywhere from 8,000 to 18,000
USD A piece.




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