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German violin of the 1940s, for orchestral use - top
German violin of the 1940s, for orchestral use - top
German violin of the 1940s, for orchestral use - top
German orchestra violin of the 1940s - back
German orchestra violin of the 1940s - back
German violin of the 1940s, for orchestral use -side
German violin of the 1940s, for orchestral use -side
German violin of the 1940s, for orchestral use scroll
German violin of the 1940s, for orchestral use scroll
Provenance: Germany
Maker: Unknown
Length of back: 36.1 cm
Year: approx. 1940
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Old German orchestra violin, warm tones

This old violin which is perfectly suitable for orchestral use was built in the 1940s and is a piece of excellent craftsmanship. The nice and well preserved instrument is covered by a beautiful orange-red varnish with only a few traces of use. It has an „Antonius Stradivarius“ label inside indicating the model. The fine purfling is set close to the edges, the elegant, small scroll and the delicately cut soundholes determine the very attractive appearance of the violin. It has been completely worked over and set up by our experienced luthier and is offered ready to play. Warm and bright doe the violin´s lovely voice unfolds with good volume and strength.

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