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Neuner & Hornsteiner violin ca. 1850 - top
Neuner & Hornsteiner violin ca. 1850 - top
Mid 19th century Neuner & Hornsteiner violin  - back
Mid 19th century Neuner & Hornsteiner violin  - back
ribs
ribs
scroll
scroll
Provenance: Mittenwald
Maker: Neuner & Hornsteiner
Length of back: 35.9 cm
Year: 1850 circa
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Mid 19th century Neuner & Hornsteiner violin

The instrument is an original Neuner & Hornsteiner violin in perfect condition. The violin is a fine quality Southern German instrument made in violin making village Mittenwald around 1850. It is traditionally made in the style of the Mittenwald school. The huge mighty scroll is very characteristic. The patinated, dark brown varnish is a thinly applied Mittenwald varnish that has darkened over time. The violin is in perfect undamaged condition. It has been set up by our violin maker to full playing condition. The strong powerful sound is dark, mature, clear and rich in overtones. Comes with an appraisal for € 3.500 by master maker Anton Sprenger Mittenwald.

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