Son of Nicolas François Joseph Thomassin, Victor Thomassin took up an apprenticeship in Mirecourt with C.N. Bazin. He remained in his hometown until the mid 1890s, then spent a few years in Paris, where he was probably mainly occupied with restoration work. In around 1900 he left for London, where he worked for various firms, producing English-styled bows branded 'T. Victor'.
- The auction record for this maker is $6,222 in Mar 2011, for a viola bow. - 17 auction price results.