M. Fedorov 19th century czakan

Historical, Sold

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M. Fedorov 19th century czakan — extremely rare!

  • Model: M. Fedorov (St. Petersburg, 19th century), instrument maker to the Tsar of Russia Alexander Nikolaevich Romanov (1818–1881)?
  • Pitch: E-flat 440 Hz
  • Wood: boxwood with ivory rings on bell
  • Ships with insurance from Europe [July 2019] / USA [from Aug 2019]
  • Price: € 2600-3000 [highest bid]
  • Current state: instrument still works but needs restoration: windway damaged / new pads for keys needed. Gorgeous thumb rest (cut out of wood middle joint). Extremely rare instrument!

Makers mark:

M. Fedorov
С.[анкт-]П.[етер-] БУРГБ
[St. Petersburg]
М. ФедоровБ

More info:

The musical collection of the Sheremetev Palace
Head of the museum “Sheremetev Palace – Museum of Music”
Olga Velikanova (email)
tel: (812) 272–38–98

SOLD
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