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Georg Nebel, Mittenwald 1909
Georg Nebel, Mittenwald 1909
Georg Nebel, Mittenwald 1909
Georg Nebel Mittenwald violin
Georg Nebel Mittenwald violin
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Inventory No.: 3516
Provenance: Mittenwald
Maker: Georg Nebel
Length of back: 35.9 cm
Year: 1909

Antique Mittenwald violin by Georg Nebel, 1909

This 1909 Georg Nebel violin is an antique instrument preserved in perfect condition. Georg Nebel made this violin in the violin making village Mittenwald in 1909, the violin bears the original handwritten and dated label. It is traditionally made in the style of the Mittenwald school. The large violin scroll is very characteristic. The patinated, orange brown varnish is a thinly applied Mittenwald varnish that has darkened over time. Theis rare Georg Nebel Mittenwald violin has been set up by our violin maker to full playing condition. The strong powerful sound is bright, clear and rich in overtones.

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