Fine violins $5,000.00 - $10,000.00

Lyon & Healy Maetro Model

Lyon & Healy dated 1905, Maestro Model very good condition with a warm deep sound and good projections. Made in France. Sold.

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Oskar E. Meinel

Violin labeled "Oskar E. Meinel, Markneukirchen" 1935, Germany. Reproduction of Antonius Stradiuarius, cremona 1720.

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Amédée Dieudonné

Violn by Amedee Dieudonne, Violin maker (1890 -1960). He established himself as luthier at Mirecourt in 1924 and specializing in the copies of the cremona masters. Splendid hand-made replicas of ancient violins, he excelled in the rendering of varnishes, Please call for more detail information. Dated 1936 

 

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Bohuslav Lantner

Anno 1905. Bohuslav Lantner was born in 1862 and worked in several German cities. Established at Prague in 1891. Modelling after Stradivarius and Guarnerius. Early instruments have spirit varnish and later, a handsome red brown of soft texture. Excellent tone, fairly robust and undeniably mellowish. Please call for detail information. 

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Labeled Nicolas Lupot

Very nice reproduction, ca. 1900, Mirecourt

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Ch.J.B.Collin-Mezin, Le Victorieux

Labeled Ch.J.B Collin-Mezin, 1950. "Le Victorieux" type grand Soliste. 

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Eugene Langonet

Anno 1926. Eugene Langonet (1875-1959) apprenticed to Chipot-Vuilaume and then worked for Paul Mangenot before several years emplyment at W.E.Hill and Sons. Established his own business on Rue de i'Heronniere, Nantes 1910. Silver medal at Nantes Exhibition 1924. Please call for detail information. 

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Pawel Migiel

Labeled Migiel Pawel fecit, Zakopane A.D. 2016. Apprenticed under Wojceich Topa. Powerful clear tone in all ranges, Attractive golden brown varnish and beautifully flamed one peice back.

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Robert Penzel

Anno 1922, Markneukirchen, Germany. 

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Oskar Bernhard Heinel

Labeled "Oskar Bernhard Heinel" Markneukirchen, Anno 1932. 

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Labeled Albin Tiroler Kessler

A Markneukirchen violin by Rudolph Wurlitzer Co., labeled Albin Tiroler Kessler Markneukirchen in Sa. 

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Robert Glier, Cincinnati 1897

Robert Glier (1855-1924) was Markneukirchen maker who emigrated to the USA in 1885. He was sent to work for Wurlitzer music company in 1883 and later established his own shop in Cincinnati. 

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