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Violin 2/H - Labelled Jean Striebig 1932

Violin 2/H - Labelled Jean Striebig 1932


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Violin 2/H - Labelled Leon Mougenot Gauche

Violin 2/H - Labelled Leon Mougenot Gauche


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Violin - 2/H Labelled Leon Mougenot Gauche 1950 With Certificate

Violin - 2/H Labelled Leon Mougenot Gauche 1950 With Certificate


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Violin - 2/h Couesnon, Luthier (With Certificate) c.1900

Violin - 2/h Couesnon, Luthier (With Certificate) c.1900

This c.1900 French instrument is in excellent condition and is suited to any series tertiary level or professional player. The label reads: COUESNON, LUTHIER 94, rue d’Angouleme, PARIS Length of back: 357mm Upper Bout: 166mm Lower Bout: 205mm Certificate by Roger Lane, Paris.


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Violin - 2/h Attributed to Klotz, Germany (CSM)

Violin - 2/h Attributed to Klotz, Germany (CSM)


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Violin - Scrollavezza & Zanre Master Violin - Italy

Violin - Scrollavezza & Zanre Master Violin - Italy


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Violin - 2/h Labelled Moinel Cherpitel by Audinot, 1938 With Certificate

Violin - 2/h Labelled Moinel Cherpitel by Audinot, 1938 With Certificate

French violin made by Paul Audinot for Moinel Cherpitel. 1938. JB Guadgnini Model. Label reads: Moinel Cherpitel Fecit Parisii Anno Dni, 1938 LOB: 357mm, Stop length: 196mm, Neck: 132mm This beautiful instrument boasts a beautifully flamed one-piece back with light varnish. There are a few blemishes and scratches from age but does not have an...


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Violin - Klaus Clement V8 Strad

Violin - Klaus Clement V8 Strad

Hand made in Germany in the top-notch workshop of Klaus Ludwig Clement. This violin is modeled after the distinguished Stradivarius shaped instruments, with a beautiful antique varnish. This instrument sits in the middle range of the Klaus Clement workshop, but is actually made by the hands of the master. For that reason, it is a very impress...


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Violin - Hagen Weise Master Series (Modelled After The Viotti Strad)

Violin - Hagen Weise Master Series (Modelled After The Viotti Strad)


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Violin - Scrollavezza & Zanre Master Violin Copy of G.B. Guadagnini 1776 with Antique Finish - Italy

Violin - Scrollavezza & Zanre Master Violin Copy of G.B. Guadagnini 1776 with Antique Finish - Italy

***SOLD*** Please contact us if you are interested in a similar item. For more information on Scrollavezza & Zanre please follow this link: http://www.scrollavezza-zanre.com/eng/studio_tradizione.asp


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Violin - Hagen Weise 150 Master Series (Modelled After Bergonzi) with certificate

Violin - Hagen Weise 150 Master Series (Modelled After Bergonzi) with certificate

The Hagen Weise #150 Master Series violin boasts a powerful, projected tone and is strung with Evah Pirazzi Gold strings for more depth in tone colour. This violin is based on a Bergonzi model and is finished with a very tasteful antiquing. Carl Bergonzi was an Italian luthier who apprenticed with Amati, collaborated with Guarneri, and is consid...


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Violin - Hagen Weise 150 Master Series (Modelled After Del gesu Cannone) with certificate

The Hagen Weise #150 Master Series violin boasts a powerful, projected tone and is strung with Evah Pirazzi Gold strings for more depth in tone colour. This violin is based on a Bergonzi model and is finished with a very tasteful antiquing. Carl Bergonzi was an Italian luthier who apprenticed with Amati, collaborated with Guarneri, and is consid...


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Violin - 2/h Guy Aubrey Griffin. Sydney 1925 (CSM) *SOLD*

Violin - 2/h Guy Aubrey Griffin. Sydney 1925 (CSM) *SOLD*

*** SOLD *** A little about the maker... Guy Aubrey Griffin was born in England in 1878 and moved to Australia in 1907. Griffin’s interest in violins had begun at an early age as a player, but it wasn't until he met Arthur Edward Smith that he decided to try making one himself. Griffin had visited smith’s shop to try and sell a violin and this ...


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Violin - 2/h Pierre Hel (With Certificate)

Violin - 2/h Pierre Hel (With Certificate)

This violin was made by Pierre Hel around 1902 and was subsequently revarnished by Hel himself in 1913. It is in excellent condition with only one minor repaired wing crack. It has fantastic projection and is suitable for any aspiring soloist. The label reads: VERNIS REVU PAR PIERRE HEL LILLE L’AN 1913 No 126 Length of back: 357mm Upper Bout: 1...


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Violin 2/H - Labeled Ernesto Pevere allievo di Ettore Soffriti

Violin 2/H - Labeled Ernesto Pevere allievo di Ettore Soffriti


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Violin - 2/H Giuseppe Lucci Roma 1976 (CSM) ***SOLD***

Violin - 2/H Giuseppe Lucci Roma 1976 (CSM) ***SOLD***

About the maker: LUCCI, Giuseppe Born 1910 Bagnacavallo, died 1991 Rome Italy. Pupil of Pietro Borghi and Leandro Bisiach. Cremonese models, fine workmanship and beautiful golden varnish. Credited with over 700 instruments, and one of the premier Italian makers of the 20th century. Achieved 15 gold medals at competitions in Rome, Liege, Cremona,...


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Violin - A.E. Smith, Guarneri Model, 1915 (CSM)

Violin - A.E. Smith, Guarneri Model, 1915 (CSM)

Label reads: Sydney 1915 Made by A.E. Smith The label is hand-written. Length of back - 357.5mm Upper bout - 166mm Lower Bout - 208.5mm Pegs - Rosewood This beautiful 1915 violin by A.E. Smith has a rich tone and powerful projection. It has a dark brown varnish and beautifully flamed two-piece back. The violin is in mint condition with no ...


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Violin - A.E. Smith, Guarneri Model, 1948 (CSM) ***SOLD***

Violin - A.E. Smith, Guarneri Model, 1948 (CSM) ***SOLD***

Typical of this era, it is dark-amber in appearance with a warm, characterful sound and is one of Arthur’s finest examples.


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Violin - A.E. Smith, Strad Model, 1932 (CSM). SOLD.

Violin - A.E. Smith, Strad Model, 1932 (CSM). SOLD.

*SOLD* Typical of this era, it is dark-amber in appearance with a warm, characterful sound and is one of Arthur’s finest examples.


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Violin - A.E. Smith, Strad Model, 1957 with Certificate. SOLD.

Violin - A.E. Smith, Strad Model, 1957 with Certificate. SOLD.

*SOLD* Typical of this era, it is golden-amber in appearance with a warm, characterful sound. This particular instrument happens to be fitted with an instantly recognisable ZMT tailpiece and is one of Arthur’s finest examples - modelled on the ‘Vieuxtemps Strad’.


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