Brian Cohen became a professional luthier in1972 and today, he is the luthier who is active for the longest lime in the UK. At the beginning, he did not only focused on the construction of guitars, but also on the string instrument. In 1986, he won the “Crafts Council Award” for the construction of cellos as well as many other prizes. In 1991, he met Julian Bream who gave him the opportunity to study his 1940 Hermann Hauser I. One of those replicas of a 1940 Hermann Hauser I guitar is also the one which is shown here. It was made for Julian Bream and also owned and played by him. Below the guitar’s top, the dedication “made for Julian Bream” can be found. The rosette corresponds to the style and size of the Hermann Hauser I guitar from 1940. The guitar is finished with a shellac polish and is in very good condition. The tuners are by Rodgers.