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inside violin: (on paper label) No. 52/GEORGE [on violin:] /WASHBURN/GUARANTEED AGAINST/DEFECT IN WORKMANSHIP/AND MATERIALS Fecit 1910/FRANCE [bottom of chin rest:] MADE IN GERMANY [on bow:] GERMANY
A: violin B: bow C: case Violin has golden brown fine grained wood top, ebony finger board and tailpiece, tiger striped maple back, sides and neck. Chin rest is brownish-grey celluloid with chromed mounting bracket. Bow is reddish brown wood with ebony grip inlaid with mother-of-pearl. Case is molded wood and cardboard covered on the outside with black grained leather-look paper, 2 aluminum latches and 1 aluminum lock with brass release button, black leather covered handle attached to 2 D-rings attached to side of case, 3 aluminum hinges; inside is lined with purple felt with a single purple felt covered bow latch; contains 2 white handkerchiefs probably used as chin and shoulder pads.
As of 06-14-2017 this object is on display in the Buffalo Bill Museum. If you are making a special trip, please double-check before visiting.