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Corilon violins assumes full liability for damages and losses during transport.


Safely shipping precious stringed instruments worldwide is our everday business. Therefore, Corilon violins assumes full liability for damages and losses that occur during transport on the way to you. Below you will find the flat rates we charge for safe packaging and shipping and handling of stringed instruments. If you order more than one article, only the highest rate will apply; for example, only the rate for shipping a violin will apply if a violin is sent along with a bow. We ship with DPD (Germany and Europe) and Deutsche Post/DHL premium (worldwide international). Please ask for your individual FedEx shipping quote.

  Germany Europe + Switzerland Worldwide

Violins

16.50 € 28.50 € 49.00 €

Violas

16.50 € 28.50 € 49.00 €

Cellos

49.00 € 79.00 € 95.00 €

Children's violins

16.50 € 28.50 € 49.00 €

Violin bows

16.50 € 28.50 € 49.00 €

Cello bows

16.50 € 28.50 € 49.00 €


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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
    • Italian violin, Romedio Muncher, Cremona 1929
    • 19th century Mittenwald violin. Neuner & Hornsteiner, approx. 1860
    • Charles Le Lyonnais, fine French atelier violin, Nantes 1939
    • Antique Saxon master violin - 19th century, c.1870
    • Raffaello Bozzi at Antonio Monzino: Italian violin, 1940's
    • American violin by W. Wilkanowski, Brooklyn, 1938
    • H. Derazey: Fine French violin from the workshop of Jean-Joseph Honoré Derazey
    • Saxonian violin by master luthier Max Heiling
    • Old Markneukirchen violin from Schuster & Co., 1942
    • Antique Markneukirchen violin, probably Schuster & Co.
    • Antique Violin from Saxony, approx. 1870
    • Antique Markneukirchen violin of quality, c.1890
    • Markneukirchen master violin, 1940's
    • German student violin after Stradivari, from Bubenreuth
    • Northern German violin by Richard Berger, Stralsund
    • German violin from Mittenwald, 1970'ies
    • Contemporary master violin by Marc de Sterke
    • Interesting German post-war violin, Hopf workshop, Taunusstein-Wehen
    • Contemporary Italian violin by Giovanni Lazzaro, Padua 1990
    • Fine Mittenwald master violin, c.1740, Sebastian Klotz circle
    • Antique Czech master violin. A fine copy of Johann Georg Thir, c.1900
    • Antique French 3/4 violin. Probably J.T. L.
    • François Fent, a fine historic French viola of the late 18th century (certificate Hieronymus Köstler)
    • Marcello Martinenghi, 1949: Fine Italian viola (certificate Eric Blot)