German Antique Full Size Violin (No. 89)
The label simply says "Copy of Antonio Stradivarius" Made in Germany. In our estimation and from information provided by its previous owner, it is a German violin made around 1900 to 1920.
This violin has lots of character, charming features, and a robust and powerful sound. There are some cosmetic blemishes as one would expect from an antique instrument at this age. See pictures for details.
- Core Case (Red as pictured)
Even though this is not a Fiddlerman line instrument, this violin is still backed by our standard warranty and return policy-so you can shop with confidence.
This is exactly like mine. To some it has some of best tones possible - short of spending a lot more. So precious this instrument is. Personally, to me it is more mellow, pleasing, and smoother than a Soil Stradivarius violin of 1714, the Guarneri del Gesù 1743 'Sauret' and the Carlo Bergonzi 1740 'ex-Kreisler'.
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