David Tecchler, Rome, 1709


Violin: 45397

Labeled, "David Tecchler Liutaro fecit Romae Anno 1709"

Back: Two-piece

Varnish: Brown

Length of back: 35.9 cm

Reported stolen on Oct 22, 2019

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Notes:

Stephen Morris forgot to pick up his handmade David Tecchler violin as he left the London to Orpington service at Penge East last Tuesday night. [...] The recently restored violin was in a white case when Morris left it on the train, which departed from Victoria at 11.58pm. Inside, it is marked with Tecchler’s name. Morris reported it to lost luggage and police, but no one had handed it in.

Musician appeals for help after leaving 18th-century violin on train

Provenance

in 2004 Sold by Christie's
from 2004 Current owner

Known players

Stephen Morris

Certificates & Documents

  • Certificate: Pierre Vidoudez, Geneva (1966)
  • Certificate: Max Möller & Son, Amsterdam (1965)

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