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Handsome 1920's French violin, Mirecourt, probably Laberte - violin table
Handsome 1920's French violin, Mirecourt, probably Laberte - violin table
Handsome 1920's French violin, Mirecourt, probably Laberte - violin table
Large French violin, "Nicolas Bertholini" by Laberte, Mirecourt - violin back
Large French violin, "Nicolas Bertholini" by Laberte, Mirecourt - violin back
Handsome 1920's French violin, Mirecourt, probably Laberte - side view
Handsome 1920's French violin, Mirecourt, probably Laberte - side view
Handsome 1920's French violin, Mirecourt, probably Laberte - scroll
Handsome 1920's French violin, Mirecourt, probably Laberte - scroll
Inventory No.: A102
Provenance: Mirecourt
Maker: Laberte-Magnie
Length of back: 36.8 cm
Year: approx. 1920
Tone: Warm, dark, mellow
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"Nicolas Bertholini" by Laberte, Mirecourt: Large French violin

This large and strikingly beautiful French violin was made in Mirecourt in the early 20th century around 1920 in the renowned Laberte-Magniéworkshops. With a bodylength of 36.8 cm this violin is especially suitable for tall, large-handed and male players. Well-executed work was patterned after a violin model by Didier Nicolas and is rich in attractive details: fine double purfling, the beautiful grain of the lovely tonewoods shimmers through the transparent red-brown varnish, which bears numerous meaningful traces from playing and particularly accentuates the one-piece maple back. The scroll is clearly a Mirecourt worker's hand. This good French Laberte violin is well preserved, undamaged and attractive instrument that produces a very large and voluminous, mature sound that is powerful and rich in overtones. According to the owner, a German "Jugend Musiziert" contest has been won with this violin.

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