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Large old German violin after Maggini - top
Large old German violin after Maggini - top
Large old German violin after Maggini - top
Large old German violin after Maggini - back
Large old German violin after Maggini - back
German violin after Maggini - ribs
German violin after Maggini - ribs
Large antique German violin after Maggini - scroll
Large antique German violin after Maggini - scroll
Inventory No.: 5018
Provenance: Markneukirchen
Maker: Unknown
Length of back: 35.6 cm
Year: approx. 1900

After Maggini, Markneukirchen, antique violin

This old German violin is a very attractive instrument that was built after the large Maggini model in the violin making town of Markneukirchen. The golden-brown colored varnish completes the typical aesthetic of a Maggini violin with its patina and interesting traces of age, an unmistakable style that is determined by the diagonal, long ff-holes and the nice double purfling. The crackfree violin worked over completely by our violin makers and is offered ready to play, offered as a special recommendation for demanding who will enjoy the large, voluminous sound for its warmth, clarity and strength.

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