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Old Markneukirchen violin with a bright, brilliant sound

This attractive brilliant-toned Markneukirchen violin was built in Saxony in the 1940's and is a piece of good craftsman tradition, made after a broad Stradivari pattern. The violin's character is determined by the luminous orange-brown varnish, that shows minor traces from time, the precisely cut soundholes, elegant purfling and beautiful edgework. This brilliant toned violin is offered crackfee, undamaged and was completely worked over and is offered in immediate playing condition. The violin features a...

This attractive brilliant-toned Markneukirchen violin was built in Saxony in the 1940's and is a piece of good craftsman tradition, made after a broad Stradivari pattern. The violin's character is determined by the luminous orange-brown varnish, that shows minor traces from time, the precisely cut soundholes, elegant purfling and beautiful edgework. This brilliant toned violin is offered crackfee, undamaged and was completely worked over and is offered in immediate playing condition. The violin features a bright, brilliant, resonant sound of good power and would suit a good player rather than a beginner.

Inventory no.
6142
Provenance
Markneukirchen
Year
um 1940
Tone
clear, powerful, brilliant, solid
Length of back
35.6 cm
Old Markneukirchen violin made in approximately 1940
Old Markneukirchen violin made in approximately 1940 - mildly flamed maple back
Old Markneukirchen violin made in approximately 1940 - mildly flamed maple ribs
Old Markneukirchen violin made in approximately 1940 - violin scroll
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