Here's some pics. of a 1932 build Herold Jaeger. I bought it off a sweet 92 year old woman who's had it in her possession for the last 50 years. I purchased it without much regard for inflationI've been on the lookout for such a bass such for the last couple years. My other bass is a Shen SB80, it was nice as a starter bass, and pizz., but didn't offer much when bowed. I don't have too much information on the maker, the labels says Strad. copy and has Czechoslovakia written on it. Others have stated they are usually roundbacks, the outer linings aren't atypical typical for German basses from what I've read. The bass needs setting up of course, the bridge feet appear to only be making about 60-70% contact with the top. Overall, the condition seems pretty good, considering. There's a crack that runs from the bottom of the lower bout up toward the bridge, it appears to either have been repaired or at least hasn't opened up much. I haven't used a mirror to look inside yet. Herold had some funky white Nylon strings for the D and G. not sure of the material, appears to be nylon with an outer steel winding??The strings appear to be almost as old as the bass. I transferred my Spirocore weichs on it, and was in shock when I bowed it. coming from bowing an SB80 with Spiros, you can imagine. pizz sound is round and even up and down the neck, I can only imagine what a good setup will bring. Anyway, I'm extremely happy with my find. Anyone that has anything to add with regard to more info. on these basses please let me know.