William Lewis & Son Lewis


Bow maker

Chicago-based firm, formerly one of the largest violin houses in the USA. Founded in 1874 by William Lewis (1835-1902) with partners Newell and Gibbs, and originally named Lewis, Newell & Gibbs, before being renamed the Chicago Music Company. The name was changed to William Lewis & Son when Frederick Lewis joined the firm. Bows were branded "Wm. Lewis & Son".


Price History

- The auction record for this maker is $1,763 in Oct 2005, for a violin.
- 5 auction price results.

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Bows

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