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    Corilon violins • Lilienstrasse 2 • D-81669 München • Germany
    Phone: +49 (0)89-444 19 619 • Fax: +49 (0)89-444 19 620
    mail@corilon.comwww.corilon.com

    New arrivals in our catalogue:
    • Lothar Seifert, German master violin bow, silver
    • Good quality 1980's German viola bow, silver mounted - warm, large tone
    • Interesting English violin bow, stamped Dodd, 19th century
    • 3/4 - German student violin, Bubenreuth, 1970ies
    • Antique 19th century Mittenwald violin, approx. 1870
    • Mozart bow - lightweight, active violin bow, silver, Germany
    • 1930's violin bow from Markneukirchen, warm, mellow tone
    • Strong, silver mounted viola bow, c.1980, Markneukirchen, Germany
    • Fine English violin bow by Frank Napier / W.E. Hill & Sons
    • Fine Czech Prague master violin, by Alois Bittner, 1930, No. 75
    • Eckart Richter, contemporary master violin, Markneukirchen
    • French violin bow, Joseph Alfred Lamy Père (certificate J.F. Raffin)
    • German Markneukirchen violin after Guarneri, beautiful red oil varnish
    • Interesting 18th century Markneukirchen viola, 1780 / 1790
    • 1/4 - Fine French 1/4 violin bow, Morizot Frères (certificate J.-F. Raffin)
    • Good German violin bow, W. E. Dörfler
    • 1920's Italian violin by Stefano Caponetto (certificate Christian Lijsen)
    • German Markneukirchen violin, Heinrich Th. Heberlein Jr., 1937
    • French violin from Mirecourt, approx. 1900
    • French violin with a singing tone, Amedee Dieudonne, 1945
    • 19th century: Antique German violin from Saxony, c.1850
    • Petite, late 18th century Italian violin, central Italy (certificate Hieronymus Köstler)
    • Rare German-English violin, Arnold Voigt, approx. 1890
    • Contemporary Markneukirchen master viola, Jochen Voigt, 1982, for soloists