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Paul Rammig, Markneukirchen violin made in 1938
Paul Rammig, Markneukirchen violin made in 1938
Paul Rammig, Markneukirchen violin made in 1938
Paul Rammig violin back
Paul Rammig violin back
Paul Rammig violin ribs
Paul Rammig violin ribs
Paul Rammig violin scroll
Paul Rammig violin scroll
Inventory No.: A117
Provenance: Markneukirchen
Maker: Paul Rammig
Length of back: 35.8 cm
Year: 1938

Old Markneukirchen violin. Paul Rammig, 1938

This recommendable Markneukirchen violin by Paul Rammig is a piece with exceptionally good acoustic properties in the price range. The violin, which bears Rammigs original label and brandstamp, was made in Markneukirchen in 1938, and its unique nature is apparent at a glance. Patinated yet luminous and highly transparent red-brown oil varnish complements the aesthetic of the tone woods' interesting grain by giving it a gentle lustre.The bee sting of the purfling confirm best Markneukirchen craftsman quality. With a meticulously performed repair of the center joint covered by the tailpiece recommendable Markneukirchen violin is in very good condition and offered ready to play, after having been worked over and set up in our atelier for restoration. Her mature sound is large and resonant, warm, strong and with the matured, aged note Markneukirchen violins are sought after and loved for.

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