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In addition to our own meager page:  https://www.horn-u-copia.net/Reference/display.php?thisrec=446

I found this site, but I can't read it: http://www.mcmi.cz/vyrobce/lukavec-frantisek
  
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FRANTIŠEK / LUKAVEC / ŽIŽKOV

Archive materials
Archive of the Capital City of Prague, Fund of the Association of Cashors of Musical Instruments, Inventory No. 2, Register of Masters 1851–1949;

Hudební almanach Československé republiky 1, 1922. Prague: Hudební nakladatelství Jana Hoffmanna, 1921, p. 258;

Wit, Paul de: World Address of the Musical Instrument Industry. Part I, Germany, Austria, Czechoslovakia. Leipzig, 1925/26, pp. 703;

Wit, Paul de: World Address of the Musical Instrument Industry. Part I, Germany, Austria, Luxembourg, Czechoslovakia. Leipzig, 1929/30, pp. 397.

Sources and literature
Waterhaus, William. The New Langwill Index. A Dictionary of Musical Wind-Instrument Makers and Inventors. 1st ed. London: Tony Bingham, 1993, p. 244.
  

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