Search:
corilon violins

3/4 - antique French violin for junior talents, probably by JTL

3/4 - Antique French 3/4 violin, probably by JTL

Provenance: Mirecourt
Maker: probably Jerôme Thibouville-Lamy
Length of back: 33.2 cm
Year: 1900 circa

Remove 1300.0 €*
3/4 - antique French violin for junior talents, probably by JTL

Certificate of appraisal

3/4 - Antique French 3/4 violin, probably by JTL
With information on the provenance,
the instrument's maker (where known),
the size and the current value

without Certificate
Add 100.0 €*
*
Prices include VAT. The VAT is based on §25a („Differenzbesteuerung“) of the German tax code. Shipping costs apply.
Total: 1300.0 €*



New arrivals in our catalogue
  • 3/4 - excellent antique French 3/4 violin
  • Antique German violin from Saxony, approx. 1880
  • Antique Bohemian Czech violin,  approx. 1870
  • Contemporary Italian violin from the Otello Bignami school: Gianni Norcia, Bologna
  • Luigi Galimberti, fine Italian violin, Milano 1925 (certificate Eric Blot)
  • 3/4 - French 3/4 violin bow. Ary France, Mirecourt
  • SALE: Richard Grünke: Fine contemporary violin bow
  • Fine German master bow, Hermann Prell school
  • Modern violin bow. Bright, radiant tone
  • Contemporary master violin by Bernd Ellinger, 2018
  • 1/2 - Attractive antique French half-sized violin from Mirecourt
  • 3/4 - Fine Mittenwald 3/4 violin. Neuner & Hornsteiner, approx. 1850
  • Rare violin. 19th century France, Maline, circa 1820
  • Fine Italian violin: Milanese, Liuteria Italiana Luigi Mozzani, 1921
  • Antique Mittenwald violin. Neuner & Hornsteiner, approx. 1900
  • Professional violin bow by Carl Albert Nürnberger
  • Fine violin bow by Emil Max Penzel, c.1930
  • Interesting old Czech violin after Ruggeri. Made approx. 1920
  • SALE: Fine Mittenwald violin after Aegidius Kloz, c.1800
  • SALE: Georges Coné: French soloist violin no. 73. Lyon, 1937
  • H.R. Pfretzschner cello bow. Markneukirchen, approx. 1910 / 1920
  • Austrian Violin by Eduard Heidegger, Linz, 1920's
  • Antique violin from Saxony, after Antonio Stradivari, approx. 1880
  • French violin bow, c.1940, probably Laberte - with a warm tone