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Attractive Markneukirchen master violin, c. 1920 - top
Attractive Markneukirchen master violin, c. 1920 - top
Attractive Markneukirchen master violin, c. 1920 - top
Attractive Markneukirchen master violin, c. 1920, back
Attractive Markneukirchen master violin, c. 1920, back
Violon ancien de Markneukirchen, depuis 1920 - eclisses
Violon ancien de Markneukirchen, depuis 1920 - eclisses
Violino antico di Markneukirchen c.1920
Violino antico di Markneukirchen c.1920
Inventory No.: 5400
Provenance: Markneukirchen
Maker: Unknown
Length of back: 35.9 cm
Year: approx. 1920
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Attractive Markneukirchen master violin, c. 1920

This attractive antique master violin featuring a mature, warm, clear tone was built in Markneukirchen around 1920 by an unknown master following the Johann Gottlob Ficker, beautifully made, it bears a corresponding model label. A gorgeous piece of history with beautiful archings, traditionally made in the Markneukirchen style of the early 19th century. The purfling and the meticulously shaped archings and flutings bear witness to the detailed precision of the work. The violin is preserved in very good undamaged condition. Fully worked over and ready to play, this recommendable antique Markneukirchen violin has outstanding acoustic properties at the price which honour the solid reputation of antique master made Markneukirchen violins: its warm, mature voice is clear and resonant, warm in character.

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