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ViolinLorenzo Storioni, Cremona 1784

This is an exceptional example of this great maker’s work. It is known as the “Ex-Curtis Institute”. Certificates by W.E. Hill & Sons, London and William Moennig & Son, Philadelphia.

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ViolinFrancesco Gobetti, Venice c. 1717

Description in preparation. Includes a certificate by John & Arthur Beare.

ViolinNicolo Gagliano, Naples 1780

A very fine Italian violin by Nicolo Gagliano, Naples 1780, bearing the  original label “Nicolaus Gagliano fecit Neap. 1780”. Length of back  13-15/16 in., 35.5 cm. To be sold with…

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ViolinGiuseppe Rocca, Turin 1863

The violin listed herein is based on the “Alard” Guarneri and is varnished in the antique style. The instrument has a very rich and powerful tone and is in excellent…

ViolinCarlo Tononi, Venice 1735

This is a very fine concert instrument with slightly smaller dimensions. Even though the body length is just 352 mm, the tone is still large and powerful. The instrument is…

ViolinJ.B. Vuillaume, Paris c. 1847

This is a magnificent example of this great maker’s work, dating from his golden period and likely made by his own hand. It is the highly sought after Guarneri del…

ViolinJ.B. Vuillaume, Paris c. 1855

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ViolinJacob Stainer, Absam c. 1655

This fine and rare violin is to be sold with the photo certificate of Dario D’Attili, June 1989. The instrument is in excellent condition and possesses a strong, well focused and…

ViolinCarlo Antonio Testore, Milan 1742

To be sold with the photo certificate of Peter Biddulph, London, May 14th, 1997, as follows: “The back is from two pieces of plain maple, cut on the semi-slab. The…

ViolinLorenzo Ventapane, Naples c. 1800

This violin is a beautiful Guarneri inspired model with a dark orange brown varnish. The back is made from one piece of quarter cut maple with light artificial flame. The…

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ViolinStefano Scarampella, Mantua 1919

Scarampella, Stefano Mantua Label reads: Stefano Scarampella de Brescia Premiato con medaglie D’Argento Fratello D Alievo del Guiseppe Fece in __ineligible_ anno 1919 This violin possesses a brilliant, focused, powerful…

ViolinLorenzo Ventapane, Naples 1808

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ViolinCarlo Giuseppe Oddone, Turin 1922

This violin, a Guarneri model, is an excellent example of Oddone’s work. The scroll is cut in the distinctive style of Oddone and the chamfer is outlined in black, a…

ViolinVincenzo Postiglione, Naples 1902

A fine Italian violin by Vincenzo Postiglione, Naples 1902, labeled “Vincentius Postiglione / N 278 / me fecit Neap. 1902”. Length of back 14-1/16in., 35.7 cm. Sold with the certificate…

ViolinTomasso Eberle, Naples c. 1780
ViolinMichele & Pietro Melegari, Turin 1871

The violin’s varnish is a dark red color shaded to an amber ground in several places. The top is made from two pieces of medium grained spruce with interesting texturing…

ViolinRomeo Antoniazzi, Milan c. 1910

This violin is a Guarneri-inspired model and is in pristine condition. It has a bold yellow-orange varnish and an attractive antiqued finish. The top is made from two pieces of…

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ViolinVincenzo Sannino, Naples 1910

Vincent Sannino was born in Naples in 1879, and moved to Rome in 1914. He established himself as one of the most successful makers of the period. He worked freely…

ViolinEvasio Emilio Guerra, Turin 1930

Labeled “Evasio Emilio Guerra / fece in Torino anno 1930”.

ViolinJohannes Theodorus Cuypers, The Hague 1792

This violin is a very fine example of Cuypers’ craftsmanship and is in superb condition. It has a one piece spruce top and a striking one piece maple back with…

ViolinGiorgio Gatti, Turin 1929

This violin is an example of Gatti’s typical Pressenda inspired model with personal touches. Gatti’s workmanship lacks attention to aesthetic detail, but his choice of materials creates superb sound quality….

ViolinGiuseppe Tarasconi, Milan c. 1900

This instrument, in the style of Guarneri del Gesu, is one of his finest productions. It is in excellent condition. The varnish is ample and lustrous; it is in his…

ViolinEnrico Marchetti, Turin 1923

This violin is a fine example of the work of Turin maker Enrico Marchetti. It is in near mint condition, with no repairs, covered with a full coat of rich…

ViolinVoller Brothers, London labeled “Raffaele Gagliano”

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ViolinGaetano Antoniazzi, Milan 1895
ViolinErminio Farina, Milan 1909

This is a fine Milanese violin by Erminio Farina, the main assistant of Riccardo Antoniazzi. Farina was chosen by Antoniazzi to make the instruments for the Milan Exhibition of 1906….

ViolinErminio Farina, Cremona 1913

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ViolinPierre & Hippolyte Silvestre, Lyon 1845

To be sold with two certificates. The first by W.E. Hill & Sons, London, dated January 26th, 1927, and the second by L.P. Balmforth & Son, Leeds, September 25th, 1957.

ViolinLuigi Galimberti, Milan 1926
ViolinOreste Candi, Genoa 1930

This violin is in Oreste Candi’s personal style. The varnish is a rich red-orange color. The top is made from two pieces of spruce with narrow width grain. The back…

ViolinCarl Becker Sr., Chicago 1943

This is the finest violin by Carl Becker, Sr., that we have had in our collection. It is in near mint condition and possesses a big sound with great richness…

ViolinSergio Peresson, Haddonfield 1973

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ViolinCarl Becker, Chicago 1930

This is a fine example of this great maker’s work. It is Becker’s personal model, mathematically arrived at, and admired by all. The varnish is a muted orange color of…

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ViolinArturo Fracassi, Cesena 1940

Fracassi worked on a personal model using yellow or brown varnish. This violin is in near mint condition and possesses an excellent tone.

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ViolinAmbrogio Sironi, Milan 1935

This violin is in mint condition and possesses a very fine tone.

ViolinPlinio Michetti, Turin c. 1940

This violin is a copy of an 1850 violin by Joannes Pressenda and bears a Pressenda facsimile label. The varnish is of a rich red-brown color and the violin has…

ViolinErnesto Pevere, Ferrara 1927
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ViolinVincenzo Cavani, Modena 1940

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ViolinAlfred Contino, Naples 1944
ViolinPietro Gallinotti, Solero 1931
ViolinAzzo Rovescalli, Milan 1927
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ViolinFernando Ferroni, Florence 1932

This violin is in near mint condition.

ViolinGiuseppe Castagnino, Chiavari 1932

This beautiful violin has a rich, deep red varnish and a striking one piece maple back with medium width flame. The top is made from two pieces of fine to…

ViolinNestor Audinot, Paris 1881

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ViolinLuciano Sderci, Florence 1960

This is a mint condition example of Sderci’s work. It is labeled “Luciano Sderci di Igino / Fece in Firenze Anno 1960”.

ViolinEmile Germain, Paris 1867

This beautiful violin by Germain, a Guarneri model, has a rich and powerful tone. The top is made of open grained spruce. The instrument is elegantly varnished in a style…

ViolinRichard Duke II, London c. 1770
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ViolinNicola Utili, Castel Bolognese 1914

A Nicola Utili violin possessing a finely focused tone with balance and projection. The instrument is in excellent condition as shown in the photos.

ViolinNestor Audinot, Paris 1882

This excellent Guarneri model violin has a very powerful and complex tone. It has a beautiful one-piece maple back and is in superb condition. The violin is labeled “N. Audinot…

ViolinGiuseppe Pellacani, Modena c. 1940

This violin is inspired by the style of Giuseppe Ceruti, a “transitional” maker who worked between the classic and modern eras of Cremonese violin making. As visible in the accompanying…

ViolinBottali-Roth-Pelitti, Milan c. 1900

An excellent modern Italian violin. Fine tone and mint condition.

ViolinBottali-Roth-Pelitti, Milan 1919
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ViolinAlfredo Gianotti, Milan 1962

This fine example of Gianotti’s work bears the maker’s label on the neck block as can be seen in the pictures. The sound is focused, bright, and responsive.

ViolinDante Guastalla, Reggiolo Emiliano 1931

This violin has a rich red-brown varnish shaded to the golden ground. Guastalla’s varnishing technique reflects his mentor’s influence: the intense color and high quality and texture of the varnish…

ViolinGenuzio Carletti/Joseph Settin, Bologna 1967

This violin, a collaboration between two makers, both Italian born, was made by Carletti and imported into the United States by Settin and thus labeled “G. Carlettinius” a composite name….

ViolinGennaro DeLuccia, Salerno 1925

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ViolinStefano Conia, Cremona 1981
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ViolinPaolo Vettori, Florence 2016 Camilli Model

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ViolinBela Szepessy, London 1914
ViolinMaurice Mermillot, Paris 1897

Maurice Mermillot died in Mirecourt in 1901; this instrument is one of his last works. This Guadagnini model violin has an orange-brown varnish. It has a striking one piece maple…

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ViolinRiccardo Bergonzi, Cremona 1992

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ViolinRaffaele Calace, Naples 1919

This violin is a very fine example of Calace’s craftsmanship. It has a powerful, open sound that is brilliant in the upper register. The back is a single piece of…

ViolinLuigi Mozzani, Cento 1927
ViolinMaurizio Bissolotti, Cremona 1983

A virtually new, unplayed violin made by the son of Francesco Bissolotti. This instrument has been in a private collection and is now available for sale. Its sale will include…

ViolinRodolfo Tramonti, Forli 1931

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ViolinSofia Vettori “Adriatico,” Florence 2017

An excellent violin modeled after G.B. Guadagnini by Sofia Vettori of the Vettori violin making family. Accompanying the violin is a handmade book detailing the entire process of its making…

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ViolinSofia Vettori, Florence 2017

This brand new, modern Italian violin from Sofia Vettori of the Vettori violin making family is a Guarneri “Cannone” model.

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ViolinLapo Vettori, Florence 2013

This instrument carries on the grand tradition of contemporary Italian violin making represented by the Vettori family. This violin has a strong and direct tone with abundant richness.

ViolinMaurizio Tadioli, Cremona 2015

This is another highly successful master copy of the Lord Wilton Guarneri del Gesu by Tadioli. The tone is full-bodied and powerful.

ViolinMaurizio Tadioli, Cremona 2014

A copy of the Guiseppe Guarneri del Gesu “Caritlo,” 1744.  A lovely example of this maker’s output, featuring a full-bodied tone characterized by sweetness and warmth.

ViolinMichelangelo Puglisi, Catania 1919

This beautiful instrument by Michelangelo Puglisi has a yellow-orange varnish and a two-piece back with medium to broad flame descending from the center. Its tone is brilliant and focused; it…

ViolinCharles J.B. Collin-Mezin, Paris 1892

A very good example of this maker’s work, this violin is in near mint condition and possesses a robust and rich tone. The original label is as follows: “Ch. J.B….

ViolinBenvenuto Botturi, Brescia 1967

This instrument, a rare late work by Botturi, is an example of his unique personal model. It has a brown-orange oil varnish and a two piece maple back with medium…

ViolinKarel Dvorak, Prague 1946

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ViolinRaymond Melanson, Rochester, MA 2007

This violin was built and varnished in the early Italian tradition, with an orange brown varnish that is tastefully and lightly antiqued. It has a two piece maple back with…

ViolinRaymond Joseph Melanson, Rochester 2014
ViolinGeorge Craske, Manchester c. 1860

The back is made from a single piece of slightly figured maple, and the top is made from two pieces of spruce with medium width grain. The later scroll was…

ViolinGeorge Craske, Manchester c. 1850

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ViolinGerald Brobst, Alexandria 1968
ViolinFranco Albanelli, Bologna 1982

A fine, mint condition violin by this maker. It is labeled “Albanelli Franco / allievo di Gaetano Pollastri / Fece in Bologna 1982″ and signed on the label by the…

ViolinGiustino dal Canto, Pisa 1946

Giustino dal Canto, born 1902 in Gemenos in southern France, moved to Italy at an early age. He set up his workshop in Pisa and produced fine violins, cellos, and…

ViolinJules Gaillard, Paris c. 1850

A very good 19th century French violin labeled “Gaillard Luthier / Eleve de Bernardel de Paris”. The instrument is inspired by Guarneri del Gesu and has a very strong and…

ViolinPaul Serdet, Paris 1911
ViolinGemunder “Art” Violin, New York 1895
ViolinGiuseppe Garotti, Venice 1970

Little is known about Giuseppe Garotti. This instrument is in the style of earlier Venetian makers and is signed on the interior by the maker. It has a sweet, clear,…

ViolinCh. J.B. Collin-Mezin, Paris 1900 7/8 Size
ViolinSabino Preti
ViolinHristo Todorov, Cremona 2014
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ViolinHristo Todorov, Cremona 2015
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ViolinHristo Todorov, Cremona 2016
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ViolinAlvaro Corrochano, Milan 2002

This violin possesses a powerful and beautiful tone.

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ViolinHristo Todorov Cremona 2016

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ViolinCh. J.B. Collin-Mezin, Paris 1903

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ViolinJoan Carol Klotz, Mittenwald c. 1750

Description in preparation.

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ViolinWojciech Topa, Zakopane 2017

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ViolinVittorio Villa, Cremona 2004
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ViolinWojciech Topa, Zakopane 2017

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ViolinRaffaele Calace & Figlio, Naples c. 1930
ViolinMarcello Bellei, Modena 2007

This violin is a very faithful reproduction of a 1923 Augusto Pollastri. The back is from a single piece of well-figured maple with matching sides and neck. The top is…

ViolinAlessandro Gambarin, Cremona 2014
ViolinDaniela Solca, Cremona 2012

A very attractive and well-made violin by this maker. The instrument is patterned after Guarneri del Gesu. The back is made from a single piece of handsomely flamed maple. The…

ViolinRaymond Melanson, Boston 1994

A fine American violin by this rising maker. The instrument is based on a Guarneri del Gesu pattern and is lightly antiqued. The tone is robust and well focused.

ViolinVirgilio Capellini, Cremona 1982, 7/8 size
ViolinAssunto Carloni, Forli 1994

Assunto Carloni of Forli was born in 1932. Carloni is known for his excellent craftsmanship, basing his work on classic Italian models. This instrument is a Grand Pattern Amati. The…

ViolinSebastian Freymadl, Cremona 2007

This instrument clearly demonstrates Maestro Freymadl’s excellent craftsmanship. The varnish is a yellow orange color and the back is a two piece maple with medium flame. It has a robust,…

ViolinJacob Jan van de Geest, London 1955

This maker’s excellent workmanship is clearly visible in this instrument. It was commissioned by its original owner as a copy of his G.F. Pressenda. The light yellow brown varnish is…

ViolinMelvin Goldsmith, Purleigh 2006

Melvin Goldsmith completed his first violin in 1980 at the young age of 12. Goldsmith went on to receive a prestigious sponsorship from the English Crafts Council. His work is…

ViolinMark Langdale Hough, Guilford, CT 2009

Stock #128/16.

ViolinFrederico de Mori, Parma 2007

This Guadagnini model is an example of de Mori’s superb workmanship. It has a softly textured golden brown varnish, and the back is a handsome two piece maple with medium…

ViolinVuillaume Workshop, Mirecourt c. 1850

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ViolinPaul Hilaire, France 1958

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ViolinLudwig Neuner, Berlin 1889

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ViolinAlberto Denti, Lodi 1986

This violin has a consistent golden varnish throughout the body and bears a even tone with sweetness in the upper registry and power in the lower end.

ViolinClaudio Gamberini, Bologna 1965
ViolinEzia di Labio, Bologna 2003

Ezia di Labio’s work follows the traditional style of the Bologna School, as evidenced by the broad arching and curved styling of this instrument. The violin has a one piece…

ViolinPaul Bailly, Paris c. 1880, 1/2 size
ViolinMario Daoglio, Suzarra (Mantua) 1988

This instrument features a back and sides of striking quilted maple. The sound is clear, powerful, and rich with overtones.

ViolinJules Grandjon, Mirecourt c. 1880, ¾ size

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ViolinElisa Scrollavezza, Parma 1990

The influence of Renato Scrollavezza, Elisa’s father and prominent maker, is very clear in this instrument, particularly in its broad arching and confident styling. It has a brilliant and focused…

ViolinFabrizio Ragazzi, Sanremo 2006
ViolinStanley Kiernoziak, Chicago 2006
ViolinEnglish c. 1800 Branded Simpson
ViolinMariano Militello, 1992
ViolinGeorges Apparut, Mirecourt c. 1930

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ViolinErnst Heinrich Roth, Markneukirchen 1927

Description in preparation.

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ViolinFabrizio Ragazzi, Sanremo 2012
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ViolinErnst Heinrich Roth, Markneukirchen 1921

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ViolinEnglish Violin c. 1900

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ViolinScolari Workshop, Cremona 1971
ViolinFederico Tresoldi, Cremona 1979
ViolinJohn Paul Lucas, Salt Lake City 1992
ViolinErnst Heinrich Roth, Markneukirchen 1922

This Guarneri model violin reflects Roth’s excellent craftsmanship in all respects. The violin bears varnish of a rich red-brown color with an antiqued finish. The top is made from two…

ViolinCharles J.B. Collin-Mezin, Paris 1946
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ViolinJohn Juzek, Prague 1921

#142/56 Copy of a violin by J.B. Guadagnini.

ViolinNicolas Augustin Chappuy, Paris c. 1780

This violin is well-balanced; no one sound overpowers another or lacks the depth present in every note. Every tone is rich with clarity and produces a definite harmonic resonance that…

ViolinE.H. Roth Workshop, Markneukirchen c. 1910

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ViolinCharles Collin-Mezin II No. 705, Mirecourt 1946

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ViolinAndrea Licari, Cremona 2017

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ViolinThomas Hoyer, Bubenreuth 2014
ViolinWilhelm Dürrschmidt, Markneukirchen 1968

This violin by the Dürrschmidt firm is a Guarneri model with varnish of a soft orange-brown color that is shaded to an amber ground in several areas on the instrument….

ViolinFritz Arnold Bruckner, Markneukirchen 1965

Fritz Arnold Bruckner studied under his father Heinrich August Bruckner from 1913 to 1916, and started working independently in Markneukirchen in 1922. Bruckner enjoyed an excellent reputation and his instruments…

ViolinJohn Juzek, Prague 1904
ViolinWerner Voigt, 1967
ViolinWm. G. Geary, London 1928
ViolinFredo Curtius, Gotha 1962

Excellent quality and craftsmanship from maker Fredo Curtius. The sound is overall bright and powerful and readily projects for a concert hall.

ViolinNicholas Vasich, Baltimore 1936
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ViolinLudwig Glaesel Workshop, Markneukirchen 1959

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ViolinRobert W. McCluskie, Potomac 2013 #378

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ViolinRobert W. McCluskie, Potomac 2015 #400

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ViolinGrandjon Family, Mirecourt c. 1850, 3/4 Size

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ViolinOswald Willmann, Prerov 1936
ViolinJosef Thier, Innsbruck 1860

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ViolinH. Emile Blondelet, Paris 1933

This instrument is an outstanding example form the maker’s workshop and is in very fine condition, possessing a rich tone with excellent clarity. The varnish is a beautiful golden brown….

ViolinEugene Holtier, USA 2012
ViolinHawkes & Son “The Concert Violin,” London 1908
ViolinHeberlein Workshop, Markneukirchen 1928

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ViolinAubry Dugarde, Paris 1910

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ViolinFrench Violin Labaled “Didelot” c. 1930

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ViolinScrollavezza and Zanre, Parma 2005 ¾ Size

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ViolinE. Langonet, Nantes 1940, 3/4 size

Labeled “Fait par / E. Langonet / Luthier-Nantes-L’An 1940″. Length of body is 13-5/16”.

ViolinAlexandre Lefrancois, Mirecourt 2002

This very attractive violin by Lefrancois has a rich red-orange varnish and is in pristine condition. The top is made from two pieces of narrow grained spruce. The striking one-piece…

ViolinEckart Richter, Markneukirchen 1987
ViolinGerman, c. 1935, Unlabeled

A German unlabeled violin of good quality.

ViolinFrench Workshop of Collin-Mezin c. 1890
ViolinMartin Nich, 1940
ViolinFritz Mönnig, Markneukirchen 1964
ViolinFrench c. 1930 Labeled “Georges Coné”
ViolinGerman Violin, Markneukirchen c. 1930

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ViolinEric Caldwell, Washington, D.C. 2012

This violin bears an orange-brown varnish that is shaded to an amber ground in several locations on both sides of the instrument. The top is made from two pieces of…

ViolinTopa Workshop, Zakopane 2014

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ViolinSérie Limitée, Mirecourt 2002

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ViolinGerman violin, Mittenwald c. 1890

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ViolinMaciej Lacek, Nowy Targ 2012
ViolinGregory Rodgers
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ViolinRainer Leonhardt, Mittenwald 2016
ViolinFrench, Lyon and Healy, 1915
ViolinHermann Geipel, Marknuekirchen 1928

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ViolinJTL Workshop, labeled “Breton Brevete,” Mirecourt c.1890

This “Breton Brevete” labeled violin was made in the JTL workshop in Mirecourt around the year 1890. A fine example of French craftsmanship, it bears a sweet tone and is…

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ViolinWilliam Wilkanowski, Brooklyn 1927

This American violin has a brilliant, shiny finish and possesses a bright, colorful tone. With a projecting, well-rounded sound, this instrument makes a perfect upgrade violin for advancing players.

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ViolinAmerican Violin, Buffalo 1926

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ViolinJuzek Workshop, Prague c. 1920
ViolinGerman c. 1950 Stradivarius Copy

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ViolinE. Reinhold Schmidt, Saxony c. 1930

This violin is an excellent option as an upgrade instrument for advancing players looking for something to match their growing technique. Its beautiful, brilliant, well-seasoned sound will charm violinists looking…

ViolinMing-Jiang Zhu Workshop Model 100, Guangzhou 2014
ViolinJoseph Strossi, South Haven (Michigan) 1900
ViolinDimitar Zarkov, Kazanlak 2001

Dimitar Zarkov is a native of Bulgaria who studied violin making in Cremona, Italy. His style of making is Italian in every respect including wood choice, models and varnish. He…

ViolinHoyer Werkstatt, Bubenreuth 2009

This is an excellent violin for the aspiring young player. It has a very powerful, rich and brilliant tone suitable for a young soloist and/or concertmaster. The violin is the…

ViolinGerman c. 1890
ViolinLincoln Johnson, Boston 1927
ViolinHoyer Werkstatt, 2016
ViolinDimitar Zarkov, Kazanlak 2002

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ViolinDimitar Zarkov, Kazanlak 2002

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ViolinKarl Herrmann, Markneukirchen 1921
ViolinEric Caldwell, Washington D.C. 2016 ¾ Size

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ViolinEric Caldwell, Washington D.C. 2016 ¾ Size

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ViolinGerman Child’s Violin, Mittenwald c. 1875 ½ size

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ViolinJTL Workshop, Mirecourt c. 1890 ¾ size

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ViolinJ.B. Collin French 7/8 Size

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ViolinK.F.W.B. Seidel, Markneukirchen c. 1950

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ViolinRoderich Paesold 811, Bubenreuth 1999

Recently set up in our shop, this Paesold 811 model violin is an excellent German violin for advancing players.

ViolinMing-Jiang Zhu Workshop Model 200, Guangzhou 2015

This violin from the Ming-Jiang Zhu Workshop is an excellent choice for advancing players. It has a rich, powerful tone that projects well with extra depth in the lower register….

ViolinJosef Metzner, Saxony 1920
ViolinJohn Juzek, Prague c. 1920
ViolinJTL Workshop, Mirecourt c. 1890

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ViolinGerman violin, Mittenwald c. 1890 ¾ size

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ViolinEntry-level French c. 1880 labeled “Médio-Fino”

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ViolinJohann Albrecht, Bavaria 2016 #202a
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ViolinFranz Sandner, Nauheim 1984

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Violin5-string Violin, Aldo Romano model, 2016
ViolinClement & Weise, Bubenreuth 2006, Model 120

Instruments by Clement & Weise of Germany are rapidly becoming the standard of excellence for tone production and quality among contemporary makers. They are based on classic Strad and Guarneri…

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ViolinDecorated Violin Model HB02

This violin bears an attractive purfling with an intricate mother-of-pearl inlay, accompanying a deep red, antiqued varnish. Similar in sound to the Dario Giovanni Model Violin, this violin holds great…

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ViolinVitto Rossi Model 2017

The Vitto Rossi Model violin is an excellent sounding instrument reminiscent of classic design and varnishing technique. With its amber-brown varnish and boxwood pegs, tailpiece, and chinrest, this model offers…

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ViolinDario Giovanni European Tonewood Model 2017

The Dario Giovanni model violin is a well-made handcrafted instrument designed with quality materials and impressive sound in mind. Made with European tonewood and attractively varnished, this violin not only…

ViolinJohann Albrecht, Bavaria 2007

The Johann Albrecht violin is an ideal choice for the player who has advanced beyond his or her current instrument or is ready to move from a 3/4 to a…

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ViolinSandro Luciano Model 2017

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ViolinSandro Luciano Model, Los Angeles 2017
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ViolinSandro Luciano Model

The Sandro Luciano model violin is a high-quality handmade instrument featuring an attractive golden-amber and reddish-brown varnish, a superb tone, and our full shop adjustment with our hand-fit soundpost and…

ViolinGiuseppe Renaldi “Vintage” Model

Our Giuseppe Renaldi “Vintage” violin is an affordable handmade instrument for the advancing player and is our most popular upgrade violin. These instruments are beautifully handmade in the Italian tradition…

ViolinJosef Bittner Model 150, Prague 2017
ViolinThe Symphony Model Outfit

Our Symphony model violin is the perfect entry-level instrument for students and new players alike. Fully shop adjusted by our experts, this violin provides a rich, clear sound with a…