Copy of Antonius Stradivarius Faciebat Anno 1716
Vintage full size violin made in Germany. It has a label
Copy of Antonius Stradivarius
It has open sound, well rounded and projected. It is easy to play instrument.
German violin made by Andrew Schroetter
Full size violin made in German by Andrew Schroetter. If you are looking for authentic inexpensive German violin this one is right for you.
It has a label:
The violin has open and bright sound properly responding on all strings. It is suitable for advanced players and amateur orchestras.
European master violin by Alexander Gaspar
The violin has a mellow and velvet sound. It is easy to play and responds well on all strings. It is a full size violin suitable for advanced students who is looking for lovely and authentic instrument.
This beautiful violin was made around 1950 and remains in perfect condition. It doesn't have any signs of damage and repair but small wear marks can be noticed though.
There is a label in the violin:
Guarneri model antique violin after Lodovico Rastelli
This antique violin is in excellent condition. There are no cracks or signs of repair. It is a full size violin 35.5 cm length. It has golden yellow varnish with grained spruce upper and beautiful glowing maple back. Sound is powerful and rich in all the strings. This violin exciting to play.
It is probably that Rastelli heard Paganini in concert, and certain that the reputation of Paganini and his violin that was as loud as a Cannon had reached Rastelli by the time he made his violins.
This Guarneri model violin, although is not a copy of ‘il Cannone’, but it possesses the same characteristics of punch and projection as Paganini’s violin.
French violin by Nestor Audinot
Full size French violin by Nestor Audinot
The instrument is in a perfect condition according to its age. Certificate of the instrument expert examination by violin maker from Bubenreuth Germany is provided.
It has the label inside:
The violin has a sonorous, open and reach tone.
Old German violin after Nicolaus Amati
This violin was kept in immaculate condition for years. It is crack free and doesn't show any signs of repair. It is quite unique rarely found instrument.
It has a gorgeous sound well balanced on all layers and strings. The sound is brilliant and the violin is singing with a bright timbre. At the same time it is easy playing and responsive instrument. Currently, the quality of the strings equipped with "Larsen Original". Beautiful flamed one-piece maple back. Very nice brilliant lacquer with pores deeper view of the wood - the beauty of the sound matches perfectly highlight.
Certificate of the instrument expert examination by violin maker from Bubenreuth Germany is provided.
There is an oldish label inside of violin that says:
Copy of Nicolaus Amati
It is likely made in XX century before WW2.
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Interesting Tyrolean master violin, approx. 1750-1800
This mature, mid 18th century Tyrolean master violin is a great example of exceptionally fine quality of the violin's flawless craftsmanship and individual appearance. Defining features indicate that the violin was made in the Alpine region of Tyrol in Italy, influenced by the predominant school of Klotz in Mittenwald at the time. The delicate radish brown varnish applied on a golden-yellow ground has developed interesting patina and determines the antique appearance of this fine master violin.
Original maker's name and label has been lost in history. However there are some traces of a decrepit label that can be partially read as "Frank ... maker ... Rochdale Lancashire ... 19...". It looks that Frank Watson who was an England violin maker and lived during the late mid 19th century and beginning of 20th century was one of the luthiers who repaired it and probably grafted the violin neck.
The fact that the neck was grafted on both sides shows that the original violin was made earlier than 1820 when all violins had a shorter neck and different angle attached to the body. A few major professional repairs and restorations were done to the instrument. Both back and top have been repaired but sides and ribs look intact. It means that the instrument is generally valuable once a few master level violin luthiers spent a lot of effort to preserve it.
The violin still remains in a solid playable condition. We recommend it to professionals and demanding musicians because of its warm, full, matured sound with a wealth of timbres that permit a wide range of finely nuanced interpretations.
Antique 3/4 violin by Eugen Tenucci, Zurich
This is an authentic European violin made by Eugen Tenucci, Zurich. This smaller size instrument is suitable for advanced young players highly motivated to progress in playing the violin.
The full text of label is "Gebaut Von E. Tenucci, im Geigenbau - Atelier, Hug & Co. Zürich"
The violin was made around 1920-1930.