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Mirecourt violin, Laberte approx. 1930 - top
Mirecourt violin, Laberte approx. 1930 - top
Mirecourt violin, back view, Labert around 1930, back
Mirecourt violin, back view, Labert around 1930, back
Laberte, Mirecourt: side view of a 1930s violin
Laberte, Mirecourt: side view of a 1930s violin
Scroll, Laberte-Magnie, old violin approx. 1930
Scroll, Laberte-Magnie, old violin approx. 1930
Provenance: Mirecourt
Maker: Probably Laberte-Magnie
Length of back: 35.9 cm
Year: approx. 1930
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Old French Mirecourt violin, probably Laberte-Magnie

This exceptionally beautiful and well preserved French violin originates from the well-known French violin making town Mirecourt. It was most likly made in the Laberte workshop in the 1930's. This violin features high-class craftsmanship and quality tonewoods, a clear sign of the makers experience is the beautifully worked out and typically French scroll. The tonewoods are covered with a bright golden-brown varnish, its glance emphasizes the fine grains and the diverse textures of the different types of wood in a natural way. This recommendable French violin is preserved with minor repairs in god condition. It has been worked over by our luthier and is offered ready to play, the violin produces a bright and powerful, sweet sound that is beautiful and of good strength and much recommended.

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