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Antique Saxon master violin, circa 1900, stamped I*G*F

Master violin stamped I * G * F, made for the house Jaecklin in Zurich. This beautiful Saxonian master violin stamped was made around 1900 in Klingental by an unknown but experienced and talented master. A wonderful professional violin with medium high arching, probably built in the style of a Johann Gottlob Ficker model and finely crafted in the typical Saxon style. The top is made of...

Master violin stamped I * G * F, made for the house Jaecklin in Zurich. This beautiful Saxonian master violin stamped was made around 1900 in Klingental by an unknown but experienced and talented master. A wonderful professional violin with medium high arching, probably built in the style of a Johann Gottlob Ficker model and finely crafted in the typical Saxon style. The top is made of medium grained spruce, the beautiful one-piece back of flamed maple. The wonderful, very subtle patina of the golden brown varnish is a testimony to the long history of this antique instrument. This antique Saxonian master violin has no damage or repair, we can offer this professional grade violin in perfect condition. Some traces of playing and a few minor scratches discreetly underline the antique appearance of this beautiful masterpiece. The mature, clear, warm sound of this highly recommendable master violin is very resonant and capable of modulation. With an optional certificate and our general trade-in guarantee. 

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Inventory no.
6569
Provenance
Markneukirchen, Klingenthal
Year
circa 1900
Tone
mature, clear, rich in overtones
Length of back
35.3 cm
Antique Saxon master violin, circa 1900, stamped I*G*F
Antique Saxon master violin, circa 1900, stamped I*G*F
Antique Saxon master violin, circa 1900, stamped I*G*F
Antique Saxon master violin, circa 1900, stamped I*G*F
Antique Saxon master violin, circa 1900, stamped I*G*F
Antique Saxon master violin, circa 1900, stamped I*G*F
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