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German violin, approx. 1950 - top view
German violin, approx. 1950 - top view
German violin, approx. 1950 - top view
Oil varnished German violin, approx. 1950 - back view
Oil varnished German violin, approx. 1950 - back view
Oil varnished German violin, approx. 1950  - side view
Oil varnished German violin, approx. 1950  - side view
Oil varnished German violin, approx. 1950 - scroll
Oil varnished German violin, approx. 1950 - scroll
Inventory No.: 5217
Provenance: Germany
Maker: Unknown
Length of back: 36.1 cm
Year: approx. 1950
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Older Markneukirchen violin, 1950's

This beautiful old Markneukirchen violin was handmade in the 1950's, it is a nicely handmade Stradivari model which was made in Saxony. The technical limitations of even professional photographic equipment give a quite unprecise impression of the antiqued orange-brown and glossy varnish, that is much more beautiful than on our pictures. Due to a small repair to the lower part of the back flaws caused by dryness, we offer the violin at an attractive rate, despite its good handmade quality and the high standard workover we spent. The bright, clear sound of this instrument matches a young student as well as an advanced player - a good choice at the price - and offer the violin in immediate playing condition, worked-over meticulously by our luthiers.

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