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Silent violin, Germany approx. 1920
Silent violin, Germany approx. 1920
Provenance: Germany
Maker: Unknown
Length of back: 35.3 cm
Year: approx. 1920
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Practice violin, approx. 1920

This silent violin was built in the 1930s, a work of good craftsmanship and a classy instrument with a beautifully shaped frame made from finest woods, covered by a light brown varnish. Silent violins of this excellent quality are rarely available today; with suitable equipment this violin can be used not only for practice purposes but even as an electric violin with nonstandard antique character, that is strikingly emphasized by a repair and several traces of use.

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