Giovanni Francesco Pressenda, Turin, 1830
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Notes:"We consider this J. F. a rarity for its modeling is completely Stradivarian. When in 1952 W. E. Hill & Sons examined it and authenticated it as a Pressenda, it still was labelled Stradivari and apparently up to that time had been considered a genuine Stradivarius."
World of Strings, Spring, 1972, World of Strings, Spring, 1972, Philadelphia
Certificates & Documents
- Certificate: W. E. Hill & Sons, London (1952)
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- Journal of the Violin Society of America, Vol. XVII, No. 3, Philip J. Kass, The Queens College Press, Flushing, NY (illustrated)
- The Strad, January, 2007, Newsquest Specialist Media, London (illustrated)
- World of Strings, Spring, 1972, William Moennig & Son, Philadelphia (illustrated)