Re: bass values question


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Posted by larry eastham on July 29, 2000 at 18:30:00:

In Reply to: Re: bass values question posted by reed on July 28, 2000 at 00:12:03:

: : 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

the juzek is made by juzek and says copy of antionus stradivarius ( not sure of spelling) make in checkoslovocia. all say they are copys. they are in need of repair, but repairable. the age i have no idea about...
: USD A piece.




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