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Meinradus Frank violin - STOLEN July 2019 in Germany
Meinradus Frank violin - STOLEN July 2019 in Germany
Meinradus Frank violin - STOLEN July 2019 in Germany
Maple back of a Meinradus Frank violin - STOLEN July 2019 in Germany
Maple back of a Meinradus Frank violin - STOLEN July 2019 in Germany
Scroll of Meinradus Frank violin - STOLEN July 2019 in Germany
Scroll of Meinradus Frank violin - STOLEN July 2019 in Germany
Inventory No.: Meinradus Frank
Provenance: Linz
Maker: Meinradus Frank
Length of back:
Year: 18xx
Tone:
Reserved

Meinradus Frank violin - STOLEN

This Meinradus Frank violin was stolen in July 2019.
We are publishing this information in an effort to help identify and recover the stolen Meinradus Frank violin. The instrument bears Meinradus Frank’s original label as well as a four-digit inventory number on the inside. A repair to a joint on the top is visible, and there are cracks in the graft. If someone offers you this Meinradus Frank violin, please contact us immediately or notify your local police station. Reward for the finder!

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