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  1. The German School and such..
  2. Bohemian Bass
  3. Stowasser
  4. Roebuck Bass?
  5. Help IDing a bass
  6. Old German French Model
  7. Viennese basses
  8. Another mystery bass?
  9. oops.. and another..
  10. Blockless in the House..
  11. Reinhold Herold Bass
  12. The "Heifetz" Bass.
  13. please help identify
  14. Is this German or Czech?
  15. Where are they??
  16. german or french or....
  17. Czech / German ....?
  18. another ....
  19. one more !!!
  20. Tirol bass?
  21. "circa 1880 Czech bass"
  22. Tyrol, bohemian , German?
  23. Willy Köstler flatback
  24. My "new" Tyrolean/German bass:
  25. Blockless..
  26. Viennese ??
  27. advice on Tyrolean Bass
  28. nice German bass
  29. Any ideas what this bass might be (worth)?
  30. What is my bass?
  31. Mathias Neuner bass, worth it?
  32. Another bass ID thread...
  33. Bass Age vs Label - Antique Roadshow Moment
  34. c.1900 German bass?
  35. A 'real' Hungarian Bass
  36. Old three-stringer
  37. Does anyone recognize this label
  38. Mid 19th century original 5 string?
  39. Johann Baptiste Dvorak bass?
  40. Crossing borders, western Bohemia & Saxony
  41. a nice article on the Tirol school of making
  42. Simba meets Mufasa (The Bohemian Lion)
  43. Gerbruder Schuster bass info?
  44. McKibbon's old bass
  45. Another possible (french?) purchase
  46. F-holes
  47. Interesting bass (and history reminder)
  48. Tyrol/Tirol bassics..(Blockless style)
  49. old Viennese school bass
  50. Is this a German Bass?
  51. New Arrivals..
  52. Markneukirchen Bass?
  53. What is my Bass?
  54. Bass Identification Help
  55. Another 'german' find
  56. identification - can you read this stamp?
  57. New "old" bass?
  58. a Bass by Louis Lowendall (1842-1918)
  59. August Gemunder, Springfield Ma. 1858