Leipsic et Berlin: au Bureau des arts et d'industrie [PN 208], [ca. 1810-1815]. Folio. Unbound. Violino I:  (title), 2-6 pp. Violino II: 4 pp. Lithographed.
Two handstamps, "Timbre Royale 5 c." and "A Timbrer a l'Extraord. Bas Rhin," to blank outer margin to title and p. 1 of the Violino I and II parts, respectively.
Quite browned and foxed; slightly worn and dampstained at blank lower inner margins, not affecting music.
First Edition. MGG 6, p. 157. OCLC no. 873546341.
In 1819, the young Felix Mendelssohn seems to have taken violin lessons from C.W. Henning, "a court conductor and composer who eventually rose to become a royal Kapellmeister." R. Larry Todd: Mendelssohn: A Life in Music, p. 45. Item #26976
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