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Leandro Bisiach Sr., Milan 1907

353 mm
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Enrico Marchetti, Turin 1920

 
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Mariani School, c. 1700

356 mm
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Bernhard Enzensperger, Vienna circa 1825

 
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Guglielmo Rossi, Pavia late 19th century

358 mm
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Pietro Messori, Modena 1927

356 mm
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Pieter Rombouts, Amsterdam circa 1690

 
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Claude Augustin Miremont circa 1860

360 mm
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Giacomo and Leandro Bisiach, Milan 1953

357 mm
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Gand and Bernardel no. 1220, Paris 1886

 
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Natale Novelli, Milan 1946

355 mm
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Honore Derazey, Mirecourt circa 1865

 
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George Craske, London

 
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Jorio School, Naples circa 1850

357 mm.
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George Craske, London

 
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Matthew Hardie, Edinburgh circa 1800

357 mm
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Paulus Pilat no. 60, Budapest 1891

 
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Francis Kuttner, San Francisco 1997

353 mm
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Paulus Pilat no. 171, Budapest 1912

 
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Honore Derazey, Mirecourt circa 1860

358 mm
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Natale Carletti, Pieve di Cento 1939

355 mm
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Mario Gadda, Mantua circa 1980, labeled Gaetano Gadda - 1931

361 mm
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Andrew Ryan, Boston 2014

 
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Andrew Ryan, Boston 2014

353mm
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Andrew Ryan, Boston 2015

354 mm
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Concetto Puglisi, Catania 1923

357 mm
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Joseph Fischer, Regensburg 1820

355 mm
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Benjamin Ruth no. 204, Boston 2006

355 mm
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Andrew Ryan & Feng Jiang, Providence 2007

354 mm
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Antonello Gamberini, Bologna 1986

354 mm
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Francesco Toto, Cremona 2005

354 mm
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Francesco Toto, Cremona 2008

355 mm
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Tschu Ho Lee no. 154, Chicago 1988

354 mm
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Bélla Szepessy violin no. 129, London 1898

358 mm
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Louis Auguste Lagarenne no. 39, Belgium 1926

 
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Carlo Schiavi, Cremona 1935

357 mm
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Geroge Pyne, London 1921

 
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Forster workshop, London circa 1840

348 mm
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Arthur Toman, Boston 1997

351mm
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Emmett W. Beebe no. 204, Philadelphia 1937

 
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Maurizio Tadioli, Cremona 2008

354 mm
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Nicolas Augustin Chappuy, Paris circa 1760

359 mm
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Robert Brewer Young, Sentaraille a Berdot 2011

352 mm
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Béla Szepessy, London 1923

356 mm
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Raymond J. Melanson, Rochester, MA 2005

352 mm
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Kloz family, Mittenwald circa 1780

356 mm
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Raymond J. Melanson, Rochester, MA 2011

351 mm
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Kloz family, Mittenwald circa 1780

353 mm
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Tiziano Bissolotti, Cremona 1983

353 mm
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Christopher White, Boston 2003

353 mm
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Raymond J. Melanson no. 313, Rochester, MA 2013

352 mm
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David Deroy, Vannes 2007

355 mm
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Jerome Bonaparte Squier, Boston 1893

356 mm
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Ole H. Bryant no. 156, Boston 1929

355 mm
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David Polstein, Boston 2005

359 mm
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Daniel Moinel and L. Barthel, Paris 1942

355 mm
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Martin Héroux, Quebec 2012

352 mm
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Martin Héroux, Quebec 2008

 
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Paul Crowley, Boston 2012

353 mm
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Peter Baltzerson no. 118, Boston 1927

357 mm
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Jules Grandjon, Mirecourt circa 1850

358 mm
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Roman Barnas, Boston 2012

356 mm
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Arthur Toman, Boston 1994

 
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Kurt R. Jones, Seattle 2010

353 mm
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Rainer Beilharz, Australia 2012

352 mm
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Percy Lee, London 1910

356 mm
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Georges Apparut, Mirecourt 1945

359 mm
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Audinot School, Paris circa 1910

354 mm
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Kloz family, Mittenwald circa 1780

362 mm
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Asa White no. 168, Boston 1876

 
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Stephen Cournoyer, Windham, ME 2010

355 mm
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Thomas Meuwissen, Brussels 2002

352 mm
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Kevin Kelly, Boston 2011

354 mm
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Jesse Maschmeyer no. 32, Boston 2009

353 mm
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Giuseppe Martino, Boston 1924

 
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Oliver Radke, Fussen 2004

355 mm
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David Rockwell, Detroit circa 1910

 
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Desiderio Quercetani, Parma 1993

 
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Mark Langdale Hough, Connecticut 2008

357 mm
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Joel Shewchuk, 2014

356 mm
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Henry Richard Knopf, New York 1923

358 mm
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Ole H. Bryant, Boston 1930

353 mm
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Calvin Baker, Boston 1881

355 mm
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Nathan Edson, Boston 1904

357 mm
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Bertrand Lepine, Laval 2004

354 mm
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John Dailey, Boston 2014

 
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Peter Baltzerson no. 121, Boston 1927

350 mm.
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Joseph Vautrin, Charmont 1923

358 mm
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John Dailey, Boston 2010

 
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Christopher Germain no. 113, Philadelphia 2006

 
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David Bailey Rockwell violin no. 126, Boston 1898

359 mm
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Claude Chevrier, Mirecourt circa 1850

357 mm
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David Bailey Rockwell no. 124, Boston 1898

362 mm
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Roman Barnas, Boston 2010

352 mm
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Calvin Baker no. 478, Weymouth, MA 1875

356 mm
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David Bailey Rockwell violin, New York 1912

358 mm
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Arno Tauscher, Chicago 1922

 
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John Gould, Boston 1922

357 mm
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Jean Baptiste Colin, Mirecourt 1892

 
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Vincenzo Anastasio, Naples 1990

354 mm
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Arthur Toman, Boston 1988

355 mm
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Guillaume Turgeon, Montreal 2014

352 mm
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Amedee Dieudonne no. 202, 1923

358 mm
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Stephen Cournoyer, Westbrook, ME 2006

354 mm
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Ernst Heinrich Roth violin, Markneukirchen c. 1925

356 mm
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Ernest Edler, Boston circa 1930

355 mm
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Fabio Bredo, Staranzano 2000

357 mm
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German circa 1920

360 mm
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French violin branded Nicolas Duchene, Mirecourt circa 1890

362 mm
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Jacob Thoma, Boston 1912

357 mm
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Luther D. Heiges, Baltimore 1906

 
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German circa 1930 made for and sold by George Heinl

353 mm
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John Dailey

 
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4/4 Ernst Heinrich Roth violin, c. 1920

 
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Perry Daniels, Minneapolis 1997

357 mm
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$8,000


 
Juzek Master Art, Parague 1930

359 mm
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John Dailey acoustic-electric, Boston 2006

Built-in pickup.
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Johannes Brueckner, Markneukirchen 1923

357 mm
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Ludwig Glasel, Markneukirchen 1923

 
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Alessandro Fendillo, Cremona 2011

352 mm
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Heinrich Th. Heberlein workshop, Markneukirchen circa 1890

358 mm
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Eric Caldwell No. 213, Washington, D.C. 2013

 
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Eric Caldwell No. 204, Washington, D.C. 2012

356 mm
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William Platt no. 24, Manchester, NH 2011

353 mm
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French, circa 1930

 
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Czech labeled Voit and Geiger, Chicago 1929

359 mm
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Jack Hu and Snow, Beijing and New York 2013

353 mm
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Homer Clark, Salt Lake City

355 mm
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$4,800


 
Oskar Meinel, Markneukirchen 1952

358 mm
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$4,800


 
Giovanni Carrozza no. 41, Boston 2015

354 mm
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$4,500


 
G.D. Carrozza, Boston 2012

 
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Caussin School circa 1850

 
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William J. Hu and Snow no. 261, Beijing 2013

 
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$4,400


 
William J. Hu and Snow no. 308, Beijing 2014

 
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$4,400


 
William J. Hu and Snow no. 313, Beijing 2014

 
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$4,400


 
William J. Hu and Snow no. 273, Beijing 2013

 
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$4,400


 
William J. Hu and Snow no. 288, Beijing 2013

 
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$4,400


 
Snow Simona no. 316, Beijing 2014

 
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$3,800


 
Snow Simona no. 275, Beijing 2013

 
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$3,800


 
Snow Simona no. 337, Beijing 2014

 
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Snow Simona no. 329, Beijing 2014

 
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Eric Caldwell workshop, Washington, D.C. 2013

 
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$3,500


4/4 Jay Haide Baroque Strad Violin, 2011

 
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$2,550


Snow 800 Model

Shaded red-orange varnish.
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$2,500


Jay Haide a l'ancienne, Balestrieri model

 
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$2,400


Jay Haide a l'ancienne, Guadagnini model

 
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$2,400


Jay Haide a l'ancienne, Guarneri model

 
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$2,400


Jay Haide a l'ancienne, Stradivari model

 
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Rudoulf Doetsch

355 mm
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$2,350


 
Snow 600 Model, Per Caso

 
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$2,000


Alessandro Violin

355 mm
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$1,650


 
Jean-Pierre Lupot Violin, Model 501

355 mm
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$1,640


Snow 400 Model

355 mm
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$1,600


 
Eastman 305 Model

355 mm
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$1,200


Snow 200 Model

355 mm
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$1,050


 

3/4 Violins
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3/4 Gaetano Dionelli, Mantua ca. 1850

328 mm
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3/4 Gragnani workshop violin, Livorno late 18th century

Dark borwn varnish. 332 mm
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3/4 William Booth, Leeds circa 1850

328 mm
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$8,500


 
3/4 Franz Vogl, Mittenwald circa 1800

333 mm
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$7,500


 
3/4 size French violin circa 1840

334 mm
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$6,800


 
E. R. Schmidt workshop Saxony c. 1880

335 mm
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$3,800


 
3/4 German, Mittenwald circa 1890

 
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3/4 Jerome Thiboville-Lamy, Mirecourt Ca. 1900

329 mm
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Mirecourt model d'apres c.1900

336 mm
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Udo Wunderlich, Markneukirchen 1937

332 mm
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3/4 German labeled Micelli, c. 1920

 
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3/4 German labeled Stradivarius circa 1910

337 mm
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3/4 John Juzek, Prague c. 1920

Shaded brown varnish. 337mm
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3/4 French labeled Breton, Mirecourt circa 1910

Light golden-brown varnish. 330mm
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Charles D. Copley, Boston

Shaded deep red brown varnish
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Mirecourt c. 1900

Shaded orange varnish. 337mm
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Rudoulf Doetsch 3/4 Violin

Shaded red brown varnish.
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$1,900


Jay Haide a l'ancienne 3/4 violin

Antiqued reddish brown varnish.
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$1,695


3/4 Alessandro Violin

Golden brown varnish.
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$1,650


Eastman 305 Model 3/4 Violin

Dark reddish brown shaded varnish.
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Snow 200 Model 3/4

Shaded red-orange varnish.
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1/2 Violins
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1/2 Johannes Cuypers, The Hague circa 1780

 
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1/2 Pallotta school, circa 1820

 
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1/2 Unlabeled Italian made, in our opinion, in Naples or Sicily circa 1890

Light golden-brown varnish. 313mm
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1/2 Alfredo Primavera & Virgilio Capellini, Cremona 1987

 
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$5,000


1/2 Alfredo Primavera & Virgilio Capellini, Cremona 1984

 
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1/2 unlabeled German, Mittenwald c. 1880

 
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1/2 German, Mittenwald circa 1890

Shaded light brown varnish. 318mm
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$3,600


 
1/2 unlabeled German, circa 1910

Dark red-brown varnish. 318mm
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1/2 French, Mrecourt ca. 1890

314 mm
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$3,600


 
1/2 French circa 1900 labeled Hieronymus Amati

Orange-brown varnish. 311 mm.
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1/2 German violin, Mittenwald circa 1900

323 mm
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$3,200


 
1/2 Rudolf Prosek, Made for Wurlitzer circa 1930

Shaded red-brown varnish on a golden ground. 320 mm
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$2,800


 
French, c. 1900

 
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1/2 German violin circa 1900

323 mm
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$2,500


 
1/2 unlabeled French, Mirecourt c. 1900

 
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$2,500


 
Mirecourt labeled Campagnon, c. 1910

Evenly applied light golden varnish. 350mm
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$2,500


 
Saxon c.1920

Shaded brown varnish. 313mm
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$2,400


 
1/2 French violin, Mirecourt circa 1900

313 mm
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$2,200


Charles D. Copley, Boston

Shaded deep red brown varnish
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J.T. Lamy

Evenly applied golden brown varnish. 301mm
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$2,000


 
Mittenwald, c.1880

Antiqued orange-brown varnish on a golden ground. 322mm
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$2,000


Rudoulf Doetsch 1/2 Violin

Shaded red brown varnish.
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$1,900


Jay Haide a l'ancienne 1/2 violin

Antiqued reddish brown varnish.
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$1,695


 
Camillo Callegari Stradivari model

Red-brown varnish.
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$1,650


 
1/2 French labeled Marc Laberte, c. 1930

 
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$1,600


 
1/2 German, labeled Stradivariius c.1900

 
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$1,500


 
Karl Mueller workshop, 1986

Red orange varnish.
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$1,500


 
French c. 1920

Shaded orange-brown varnish on a golden ground. 309mm
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$1,500


1/2 Alessandro Violin

Golden brown varnish
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$1,430


 
Scott Cao STV 750

Shaded medium brown varnish. 308mm
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$1,200


 
1/2 moder violin labeled Clarendon, 2009...

 
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$1,199.99


 
1/2 modern violin labeled Clarendon, 2001...

 
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Eastman 305 Model 1/2 Violin

Dark reddish brown shaded varnish.
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1/4 Violins
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1/4 German violin, Mittenwald ca. 1900

Golden-brown varnish. 286 mm
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$4,800


 
1/4 unlabeled German, Mittenwald circa 1890

 
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$3,500


Mittenwald, c. 1880

Shaded red-brown to golden varnish. 288mm
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$2,800


Charles D. Copley, Boston

Shaded deep red brown varnish
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$2,000


Rudoulf Doetsch 1/4 Violin

Shaded red brown varnish.
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$1,900


 
Mueller Young Artist, 1999

Red orange varnish.
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$1,300


 
1/4 moder violin labeled Clarendon, 2007...

 
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$999.99


Eastman 305 Model 1/4 Violin

Dark reddish brown shaded varnish.
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$950


 
1/4 size unlabeled Chinese violin

 
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1/8 Violins
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1/8 size French violin circa 1900 labeled Medio-Fino

 
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German c. 1920

253 mm
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$2,000


Rudoulf Doetsch 1/8 Violin

Shaded red brown varnish.
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$1,900


 

7/8 Violins
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7/8 Herbert Moritz Moennig, Ebingen 1940

Shaded orange varnish. 344mm
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7/8 Oliver Radke, Ann Arbor 1999

Golden brown varnish. 349mm
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7/8 French, Mirecourt circa 1890

 
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$6,500


 
7/8 Unlabeled American violin, early 20th century

347 mm
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$5,500


 
German Guarneri model, ca. 1970

348 mm
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$2,800


7/8 Jay Haide A L'Ancienne Balestrieri Model

 
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$2,400


Eastman 305 Model 7/8 Violin

Dark reddish brown shaded varnish.
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$1,200