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Christoph Nurnberger violin bow

Catalog ID: A-VNB/4186

Johann Christoph Nürnberger (1839 - 1899) worked alongside some of the most influential bow makers in Paris while employed at the famous workshop of Jean-Baptiste Vuillaume in the mid 19th century. Among the numerous bow makers with the Nürnberger name, he is not apparently related to the prominent Nürnberger dynasty of bow makers working in Markneukirchen, Germany throughout the 19th and 20th centuries. Christoph's own dynastic line continued with his nephew, Adolf Nürnberger (1852 - 1914)—who worked in Dresden with Christian Friedrich Knopf and Johann Christian Süss, and later in Markneukirchen--followed by Adolf's son August Nürnberger-Suess (Süss, c. 1875 - 1944), who immigrated to the United States in 1912. The bows of Johann Christoph Nürnberger were often left unstamped.

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