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SALE Large antique German violin after Maggini - top
SALE Large antique German violin after Maggini - top
SALE Large antique German violin after Maggini - top
Large antique German violin after Maggini - back
Large antique 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

SALE Antique violin. Made in Markneukirchen, modeled after Maggini

SALE This antique 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 an antique 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. This antique "Maggini" violin has been 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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