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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
    • Old German Violin. Guarnerius model by Hermann Dölling jr., ca. 1920
    • SALE: Antique German violin, 1920's, Markneukirchen
    • Interesting violin, probably Italian 1920's
    • Richly ornated Markneukirchen violin, approx. 1930
    • Justin Derazey, French violin dated approx. 1880
    • Fine Mittenwald violin. After Aegidius Kloz, c.1800
    • SALE: German violin. Made in the 1950's
    • Fine French violin bow. Marie Louis Piernot, Paris (certificate J. F. Raffin)
    • Fine Italian violin. Milanese, Liuteria Italiana Luigi Mozzani, 1921
    • Antique German violin. Max Osterode, Stuttgart, 1915 No. 23
    • German Markneukirchen violin bow, approx. 1940 - warm tone
    • 1/4 - Rare French 1/4 violin, approx. 1850
    • Petite French viola: Joseph Nicolas fils, Mirecourt, 1849
    • Excellent old German violin bow. Sweet, fluid sound, 1950's
    • German Markneukirchen violin bow, silver, with a blank frog
    • 19th century violin from Mittenwald, approx. 1850
    • Fine contemporary viola bow. Rudolf Neudörfer, Bubenreuth
    • Petite, late 18th century Italian violin, central Italy (certificate Hieronymus Köstler)
    • H. R. Pfretzschner viola bow, a strong player, c. 1940
    • Christian Friedrich Meinel, master violin from the Vogtland region, circa 1760
    • 18th century English violin, approx. 1760. Probably James Preston
    • Fine soloist violin by Nicolò Gagliano, 1762 (certificate J. & A. Beare) - financial investment
    • Giuseppe Pedrazzini, fine Italian violin (certificate J. & A. Beare) - financial investment
    • Bavarian violin from the Krauss workshop, Landshut 1954