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Violin after Stradivarius  - top
Violin after Stradivarius  - top
Violin after Stradivarius  - top
German violin, after Stradivarius - back
German violin, after Stradivarius - back
German violin, after Stradivarius - side
German violin, after Stradivarius - side
Antique violin, after Stradivarius - scroll
Antique violin, after Stradivarius - scroll
Inventory No.: 5241
Provenance: Saxony
Maker: Unknown
Length of back: 36.1 cm
Year: approx. 1900
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Antique violin. Modeled after Stradivarius approx. 1900

This interesting antique German violin is a powerful and assertive Stradivarius model that was made around 1900 in the atelier of an unknown Saxon violin maker. Precise and quality-conscious craftsmanship and well-selected tone woods — regular grained spruce for the top, and flamed maple for the two-piece back. The flat arching, the thoroughly applied purfling and bold scroll, that has a typical Germanic character, are the mark of a routined hand that did good and solid work. Like all instruments in our catalogue, this antique violin is ready to play, a violin that is an in its price range very good instrument. We recommend its clear, powerful, a sound that will also win over demanding musicians.

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