c.1850 Mittenwald (lion's head)
No label, but probably Mittenwald made with a beautifully carved lion/human sort of head as a scroll. The top is very fragile and flattish, the sides are unstable and it has the most rich warm tome of any cello I've ever played.
c.1900 possibly German (?) - fitted with 5 strings the easy way.
No label other than a 1910 San Francisco repair label) - this may be something like a student cello, I don't know. It was not in good shape when I got it, I had it professionally repaired and then I spent a day myself widening the fingerboard and adding a 5th (middle string by turning that string upside down and putting a guitar tuner for it in the tailpiece - quick and easy 5 string! And fairly non-distructive (you get a hole in the tailpiece and I nail hole inside the pegbox where a nail holds the end on this center string).
Krishna Mondal (2008 Kolkata)
5 playing and 11 sympathetic (jawari) strings