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Czech student violin, approx. 1960-70 - top
Czech student violin, approx. 1960-70 - top
Czech student violin, approx. 1960
Czech student violin, approx. 1960
student violin - ribs
student violin - ribs
student violin - scroll
student violin - scroll
Provenance: Czech Republic
Maker: Unknown
Length of back: 35.7 cm
Year: approx. 1960/1970
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SALE / Bohemian violin. Made c.1960/1970

This student violin is a very reasonably priced sturdy instrument that features a good sound and was built in the 1960-70s in the well-known Saxon-Bohemian violin making region of Schönbach. The model follows the classical master Antonius Stradivarius. Aside from some traces of use as they are common for violins that have been often played, this violin is preserved in very good condition and crack-free. It was worked over completely in our atelier and is offered with a new bridge, soundpost and new Pirastro strings ready to play - the violin features a bright, clear tone rich in overtones.

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