Ebony violin fingerboard, one of eight, shape and sized hollow fabrications, one of which has a 4mm hole at either end, by James Watt, Glasgow, Scotland, 1758-1769. The fabrications consist of two straight side-bars joined with solid pieces at both ends; the side-bars are bridged by a number of cross-bars. The fabrications were constructed for violin instrument pupils.
- James Watt's Garret Workshop
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- Major J.M. Gibson-Watt
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