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3/4 Markneukirchen violin approx. 1900 - top
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Inventory No.: 2412
Provenance: Markneukirchen
Maker: Unknown
Length of back: 33.2 cm
Year: approx. 1880
Tone: Warm, bright

3/4 - Fine German 3/4-sized violin, certificate included

This beautiful three-quarter sized violin is an instrument of premium quality, as it is rarely found among student violins. It was crafted approx. 1900 in the German violin making town Markneukirchen and is the clear work of a talented and well-educated hand, with thoroughly executed purfling very close to the edges and nice, carefully cut soundholes. Interesting patina and traces of use by its former owners determine the attractive appearance of the shimmering, golden-brown colored varnish. We offer this excellent student instrument in good condition, with two minor repairs to the top, that have no impact on the beautiful, very recommendable sound. The violin makers in our workshop looked over the violin completely and made it ready to express its bright and warm voice perfectly. The price includes a certificate of appraisal.

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