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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
    • H. Emile Blondelet, old French violin, No. 235, made 1924
    • French violin of Mirecourt, late 19th century
    • Antique French Mirecourt violin, c.1880 after J. B., Vuillaume - warm, sweet tone
    • WORKED OVER AND IMPROVED: Johann Georg Schönfelder: fine Markneukirchen violin, c1790
    • Fine violin by Ernst Heinrich Roth, 1962 (certificate E. H. Roth)
    • Rare German violin by Christoph Friedrich Hunger, Leipzig, 1776
    • Powerful 1930's Markneukirchen violin, Guarnerius model - birdseye maple
    • Rare "Ritter viola", viola alta, Markneukirchen, c.1910
    • Excellent sounding old Markneukirchen violin, approx. 1940
    • 3/4 - fine French 3/4 violin from Mirecourt, approx. 1880
    • 19th century French violin, approx. 1880
    • German student violin, approx. 1940
    • Master violin of unknown origin, c.1960/1970, Galimberti copy
    • Rare 5 string viola, masterpiece by Louis Dölling Jr., Markneukirchen, 1932
    • 3/4 - attractive old 1950's Markneukirchen 3/4 violin
    • Interesting violin op. 13 by Alajos Werner, Budapest, 1910
    • WORKED OVER AND OPTIMIZED: Giulio Cesare Gigli, fine 18th century Italian violin, approx. 1760 (certificate Etienne Vatelot)
    • Bubenreuth violin, Bernd Dimbarth No. 64
    • WORKED OVER AND OPTIMIZED: Ernst Heinrich Roth, 1922: Markneukirchen, master violin after Guarnerius
    • 1/2 - French Mirecourt 1/2 sized violin
    • 1/2 - French 1/2 violin, approx. 1900
    • Giorgio Grisales, modern Italian violin, Cremona, 1993 (certificate Giorgio Grisales)
    • Old Italian violin, Officina Claudio Monteverde, Cremona 1921
    • Luigi Galimberti, fine Italian violin, Milano 1925 (certificate Eric Blot)