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Antique violin, Albin Paulus, Markneukirchen c.1910 - top
Antique violin, Albin Paulus, Markneukirchen c.1910 - top
Antique violin, Albin Paulus, Markneukirchen c.1910 - back
Antique violin, Albin Paulus, Markneukirchen c.1910 - back
Antique violin, Albin Paulus, Markneukirchen c.1910 - side
Antique violin, Albin Paulus, Markneukirchen c.1910 - side
Antique violin, Albin Paulus, Markneukirchen c.1910 - scroll
Antique violin, Albin Paulus, Markneukirchen c.1910 - scroll
Provenance: Markneukirchen
Maker: Albin Paulus
Length of back: 35.3 cm
Year: approx. 1910
Tone: Warm, clear, mature
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Antique violin, Albin Paulus, Markneukirchen c.1910

This extraordinary good sounding Markneukirchen violin originates from the traditional house of Albin Paulus in Markneukirchen, where it was made by hand at the turn of the century 1910. The transparent varnish is of an attractive red-brown colour and with minor signs from playing in excellent condition. Two minor repairs have no impact on stability and sound of this quality instrument and allow us to ofefr it at a special price, a good antique Markneukirchen Albin Paulus violin that was meticulously set up in our atelier and made ready to play. The sound is warm, mature, well-balanced over the strings and with a somewhat mellow note. With its appealing sound this violin will be more than satisfying to any very good advanced player.

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