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    Corilon violins • Lilienstrasse 2 • D-81669 München • Germany
    Phone: +49 (0)89-444 19 619 • Fax: +49 (0)89-444 19 620
    mail@corilon.comwww.corilon.com


    New arrivals in our catalogue
    • 19th century Mittenwald violin, made approx. 1880
    • Old German violin. Made in Markneukirchen/Saxony, classical model, approx. 1920
    • Modern Italian violin of the Pollastri-school: Bruno Piastri, 1993
    • Antique Mittenwald violin, Neuner & Hornsteiner, approx. 1900
    • Old, c.1920 German violin from Markneukirchen - warm, bright sound
    • Antique, silver mounted viola bow. Fine German work, c.1910
    • Markneukirchen violin bow. Made approx. 1940, strong, warm, tone
    • Fine French violin No 283 by Gustave Villaume, Nancy 1931
    • Fine soloist violin by Nicolò Gagliano, 1762 (certificate J. & A. Beare)
    • French violin bow. Marc Laberte, silver mounted
    • Fine violin bow. Silver mounted master violin bow, 1920's
    • Fine cello bow. Joseph Alfred Lamy père, Paris
    • Fine French 3/4 cello bow by Louis Bazin
    • Master viola No. 19, Klaus Schlegel. Erlbach / Markneukirchen 1988
    • Modern Italian viola, Stefano Conia, Cremona 1985 (certificate Stefano Conia)
    • Contemporary Italian violin of the Otello Bignami school: Gianni Norcia, Bologna
    • Fine quality Markneukirchen violin bow. Knopf workshop, c.1880
    • Modern Italian violin. Giorgio Grisales, Cremona, 1993 (certificate Giorgio Grisales)
    • 3/4 - Fine French 3/4 violin, approx. 1910
    • Ernst Heinrich Roth concert violin, Bubenreuth, 1965
    • SALE / Master violin from Bubenreuth. Violin maker Bernd Dimbarth No. 64
    • Modern violin by Beare & Son. Beijing 1995
    • Antique violin, by Schuster & Co. Markneukirchen, 1927
    • German Violin by Braun & Hauser München. Approximately 1900