Stamped Laprevotte twice, over the end block and at the 13th Fret
660 mm Scale, 42 mm Nut. New Bar Frets. Fine to wide grain DOMED Spruce Soundboard with a carved bridge, this has a new Nut and Bone saddle added recently, Cuban Mahogany outer, Fine grain Spruce inside on the back and fine to wide grain Spruce on the sides. Pegs work great. Ladder braced. New Headstock.
When you look close, one sees the carved bridge on both front and back sides (so he made a solera to do the arching, below the straight edge it has 10 mm clearance at the edges.).
From my colleague, Roland Terrier in Mirecourt, France https://www.luthiers-mirecourt.com/home.htm: There are 3 pages on his website that I am given credit for my contributions, he has the largest online resource of violin catalogs from the 19th century onward. I added a 1934 Bernard et Roger Millant violin catalog, an unknown 1951 Lucien Schmitt violin magazine: https://www.luthiersmirecourt.com/schmitt_lucien_1932.htm#cahier, and a rare book on bows by Alfred Vidoudez's son, Pierre.
Jean Baptiste Laprévotte was born near Mirecourt in 1763 and married then settled in Marseilles where he was settled until 1825.