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Renting or leasing an instrument from Corilon violins



Renting and leasing a premium violin, master violin or viola


When it comes to the particularly valuable Italian violins, master violins and fine violas in our catalogue, you have the appealing alternative of renting or leasing an instrument with the option to buy. This approach gives demanding musicians a wide range of benefits:

  • Be certain of your investment: Take a longer time than usual to make sure that the instrument you have selected really has the exact musical profile you want. We will credit up to 24 monthly rates (net sum) towards the purchase price of your instrument in case you would like to purchase it after the rental period.

  • Exchanging instruments:You may exchange the violin anytime for another during the rental period. We will credit up to 24 monthly rates (net sum) towards the purchase price of your final choice.

  • Enjoy tax advantages: As a professional musician, you can usually enjoy greater tax deductions when you lease a violin. We suggest presenting our offer to your tax consultant to learn more about the relative advantages of renting, leasing or buying an instrument outright.

  • For students and young professionals, this financing option is an outstanding way to start playing a top-quality instrument immediately—at good conditions—even if you cannot yet afford to buy it outright. And if you decide to purchase the instrument, the leasing installments you have paid so far will reduce the amount you might have to finance later on.

  • You can rent or lease the contemporary and historic master violins and violas in our catalogue that are correspondingly marked and worth 10,000 € or more. The rental / leasing price already includes any minor setups or adjustment at our workshop.
    You will be required to insure the instrument and pay a deposit in the amount of 25% if the instrument price that will be refunded upon proper return of the instrument. Please hand in a letter of recommendation by your professor.


    1.5% - Our rates for violin and viola rentals and leasing:


    Instrument value

    Monthly rate (net)    




    Insurance fee
    10.000 €
    150 €



    20 €
    15.000 €
    225 €



    30 €
    20.000 €
    300€



    40 €
    30.000 €
    450 €



    60 €
    50.000 €
    750 €



    100 €


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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