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Barak Norman
1692
Giosue Esposito
1881
Elevated Tone Workshop, Guangzhou (Canton)
19th century
Ferdinand Hofmann
ca. 1790
Italian
ca. 1800
Japanese
19th century
Native American (Sioux)
ca. 1850–1900
Georg Voll
ca. 1575
Malinke
19th century
Joseph Pons
ca. 1805
Angelo Mannello
ca. 1900
probably Chinese
late 18th–early 19th century
Andreas Naeplaesnigg
1790
Kim Kwang Ju
ca. 1980
Possibly Barwe People
ca. 1900
Japanese
20th century
Javanese (Timorese)
late 19th century
German
1694–1733
Hendrik Richters
before 1727
Érard
ca. 1840
Manuel Ramírez
1912
Tibetan
14th–16th century
H. Grenser
before 1807
Richard Meares
ca. 1680
Lodewijck Grouwels
1600
Chinese
1368–1644
Garion
ca. 1720–40
Kodenji Hayashi
ca. 1873
Native American (Tsimshian)
19th century
Japanese
19th century
Giovanni Grancino
1701
Ganda
19th century
Thomas Coenraet Boekhout
ca. 1700
German or Italian
early 17th century (?)
Norwegian
1786
Mangbetu
19th century
Thomas Appleton
1830
Native American (Sioux)
19th century
Veit Langenbucher
ca. 1625
German
1760–90