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Hi every one,

I hown a 5 strings pollmann doublebass circa 1939
He have a labell inside, and something Stamped on the back
Any one can recognize this on the back?
Ps-fotos in the atachemenet .

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Hi every one,

I hown a 5 strings pollmann doublebass circa 1939
He have a labell inside, and something Stamped on the back
Any one can recognize this on the back?
Ps-fotos in the atachemenet .

Thanks!

Attachment 3991

Yes, that is Max Pollmann. History is on the website here;


http://www.poellmann-contrabass.de/indexframe.htm



http://www.poellmann-contrabass.de/indexframe.htm
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And that stamp carved on the back is from the luthier, or could be from som Rochester or some other institution who had own the instrument?
can you tell me?

Thanks
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And that stamp carved on the back is from the luthier, or could be from som Rochester or some other institution who had own the instrument?
can you tell me?

Thanks

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