German Markneukirchen master violin by Karl Reichel

This beautiful Markneukirchen violin was built by Karl Reichel in the 1940's and is an example of typical Saxonian master-made trade quality craftsmanship of the early to mid 20th century, following Stradivari patterns. The flat arching, gently rising towards the middle, and the beautiful scroll are especially well-crafted. Orange-brown shining Markneukirchen varnish covers the carefully selected tonewoods, medium grained spruce and very nice quality flamed maple, of which the two-piece back is made. This perfectly preserved and completely worked-over affordable...

This beautiful Markneukirchen violin was built by Karl Reichel in the 1940's and is an example of typical Saxonian master-made trade quality craftsmanship of the early to mid 20th century, following Stradivari patterns. The flat arching, gently rising towards the middle, and the beautiful scroll are especially well-crafted. Orange-brown shining Markneukirchen varnish covers the carefully selected tonewoods, medium grained spruce and very nice quality flamed maple, of which the two-piece back is made. This perfectly preserved and completely worked-over affordable Markneukirchen master violin is ready to play and features a strong, bright and clear, matured sound.

Karl Reichel, Markneukirchener Meistergeige
German Markneukirchen master violin by Karl Reichel
German Markneukirchen master violin by Karl Reichel
German Markneukirchen master violin by Karl Reichel
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