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German violin from Markneukirchen, top
German violin from Markneukirchen, top
German violin from Markneukirchen, back
German violin from Markneukirchen, back
German violin from Markneukirchen, ribs
German violin from Markneukirchen, ribs
German violin from Markneukirchen, scroll
German violin from Markneukirchen, scroll
Inventory No.: 4312
Provenance: Markneukirchen
Maker: Unknown
Length of back: 35.8 cm
Year: approx. 1940

Old German 1940's violin from Markneukirchen

This old German violin from Markneukirchen is a straightforward instrument that convinces more with its beautiful strong sound and surprisingly good playing properties than with its visual aesthetic. It is an instrument from the well-known German violin making town Markneukirchen in Saxony, where it may have been built in the 1940s, a typical example of manufactured violins that are completely crafted by hand. The model is designed after well-proven Stradivari patterns. Traces of use and minor varnish flaws indicate, that it was a pleasure to the violin´s former owners to play on it. We offer this good student violin in undamaged condition, after a complete work-over in our workshop, ready to unfold its bright, warm sound, that features good resonance and is much better than the sound of new violins in the same price range from factory or manufactory production.

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