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CelloOld German, Neukirchen c. 1780

A fine old cello of German origin circa 1780, labeled “Johann Adam Reichel / Musicalischer Instrumentenmacher / in Neukirchen, AD 1782”. This is a 7/8 cello measuring 28-1/2 inches (72.4…

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BassGerman Bass, c. 1900

This fine German bass is labeled “Jacinto Santagiuliana fecit vicetiae anno 18—”. The varnish is a rich, dark red-brown over an amber ground. Its back is of two piece maple…

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BassGerman Bass, Mittenwald c. 1890

This German bass was made in Mittenwald and is labeled “Martin Stoss in Wien 18—”. It has a powerful, warm tone. The varnish is a dark red-brown color shaded to…

Violin BowGerman “E. Sartory A. Paris”
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ViolinGerman, c. 1935, unlabeled

A German unlabeled violin of good quality. The sound is slightly darker with warmth and richness behind it. The violin will easily produce a focused and clear tone, even with…

ViolinGerman c. 1890
ViolinGerman Child’s Violin, Mittenwald c. 1875, ½ Size

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ViolinGerman violin, Mittenwald c. 1890, ¾ Size

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ViolinGerman violin, Mittenwald c. 1890

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ViolinGerman Violin, Markneukirchen c. 1930
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CelloGerman c. 1920

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ViolinGerman c. 1930

This well-made handcrafted workshop instrument is an excellent choice for advancing players looking for an antique violin with exceptional tonal qualities. The sound is rich, clear, bright, and powerful, giving…

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ViolinGerman Violin c. 1920
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ViolinGerman labeled “Stradivarius”, c. 1930

This vintage violin is in excellent condition and delivers a bright, clear tone throughout its range. It is a perfect instrument for advancing players seeking the character and quality of…

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ViolinGerman c. 1930

Bright, clear, and responsive tone.

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ViolinGerman Violin c. 1920
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CelloMittenwald 1963, (for the Pearce Music Company, Salt Lake City)
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ViolinGerman, Mittenwald c. 1890, Amati Model
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ViolinGerman, Markneukirchen circa 1920. 7/8 size
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ViolinGerman c. 1920 “Joh. Bapt. Schweitzer”
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ViolaGerman c. 1920 “Charles Boullangier” label (39.5 cm.)
ViolinGerman “Antonio Curatoli” 3/4 1913
ViolinGerman c. 1920 3/4 size
ViolinGerman, “Michael Deconet” label, c. 1950 3/4 size
ViolinGerman, Dresden c. 1930
ViolinGerman “Conservatory” c. 1920, 1/2 size
ViolinGerman, Mittenwald c. 1890, 1/8 size
ViolaGerman, c. 1830, 38 cm