Maxime Angard

(c. 1849 - 1913)
ANGARD, Maxime Born 1849 Arronville, Seine-et-Oise, died 1912 Paris France. Professionally active from 1890. Established at 23 Passage Delaruelle, Paris and later at 82 rue Liebnitz. Innovative work. One violin made from oak. Invented a new peg system called ‘La Sécurité’. Own made varnish. Assisted by noted player Maurice Hayot in regulating instruments. First prize for tone in Paris 1912. Instruments signed internally. Printed label: Maxime Angard / Luthier à Paris / No.. Passage Delaruelle. 1899

£ 2,245
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