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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
    • 3/4 - Fine Mittenwald 3/4 violin by Neuner & Hornsteiner, approx. 1850
    • Baroque viola in original condition, Mittenwald, approx. 1800 (certificate Christian Lijsen)
    • Old violin from Saxony, approx. 1940 - warm, dark, mellow sound
    • Old German lightweight violin bow, soft stick - warm, mellow tone
    • English Silver mounted violin bow: soft stick, mellow tone
    • 3/4 - Antique German 3/4 violin for young talents, Markneukirchen, c.1880
    • Early 19th century Hopf violin, approx. 1800 - large, voluminous sound
    • Fine Mittenwald master violin, c.1740, Sebastian Klotz circle
    • Fine German master violin bow after Tourte, 1920's
    • Fine 19th century English violin bow
    • 3/4 - antique French Breton 3/4 violin, Mirecourt
    • Fine silver mounted Markneukirchen violin bow, Hill model, 1940/1950
    • French violin bow, Tourte model, Mirecourt, approx. 1950
    • Fine French violin, Andre Coinus, Mirecourt 1927
    • Fine, 18th century Markneukirchen viola, 1780
    • Thomas Simon: Mittenwald violin, c.1850, with a powerful, ringing sound
    • Modern Italian violin, Carlo Dalatri, Florence
    • French violin No. 388 by Amédée Dieudonné, 1948
    • 19th century: Antique German violin from Saxony, c.1850
    • Modern violin made in the French style, probably Czech or Hungarian
    • Older English violin, J. R. Dutton 1979
    • Powerful German violin bow by H.R. Pfretzschner
    • Mozart bow - lightweight, active violin bow, silver, Germany
    • Fine master violin by Marcus Klimke, contemporary elite violin maker (certificate Markus Klimke)