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Old German 3/4 violin
Old German 3/4 violin
3/4 violon allemand
3/4 violon allemand
violino 3/4 tedesco
violino 3/4 tedesco
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Provenance: Germany
Maker: Unknown
Length of back: 33.8 cm
Year: 1900 circa
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3/4 - outstanding Stradivarius copy, approx. 1900

This especially attractive German 3/4 violin is a highly recommended instrument for good and excellent young players, featuring a strong, warm, round and even sound in equal measures as the sound of a full size instrument, with volume in the lower ranges, clarity and preciseness in the upper ranges. This beautiful 3/4 violin was made around the turn of the century, presumably even before 1900, by an unknown German luthier in Markneukirchen, following the patterns of Antonio Stradivari. The beautifully antiqued golden-brown varnish, the delicate edges and the attractively flamed maple of the back complete the fascinating, antique appearance of this rare small sized instrument. This 3/4 violin is of outstanding quality and in pristine condition. Like all instruments from us, it was carefully worked over by our experienced luthiers and is offered in perfect, undamaged condition, ready to play.

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