Violins

Calin Wultur #6 – Guarneri Model

The price for the outfit: $1,450.00 (including bow and case)

The Calin Wultur workshop locates in Reghin, Romania. European wood and hand craved make Calin Wultur violin a unique value among string instruments.

The Features:

- Body: Spruce top and maple back

- Fingerboard: Ebony

- Bridge: Professional hand made

- String: Dominant

 

 

 

 

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Demeter Petru Cristian

Violin made in Reghan, Romania.2020

 

 

 

 

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Ming-Jiang Zhu

Made in workshop of Ming-Jiang Zhu. The gold medalist, silver medalist and multi-awards winner. Made with  European Tone wood  $3,800.00

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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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Wojciech Topa

Wojciech Topa is one of Poland's most finest luthiers. He worked with the master Jan Bobak initially and established his own workshop in 2002. Topa's instruments are known for their power, projection, and virtuosity. His instruments are played by many prominent players all over the world. Please call for detail information. 

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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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Grandin A Paris

Labeled Grandin A Paris, ca 1850, by Jules Grandjon.

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Jay Haide Special model

Dealer of Jay Haide instruments in local area.Violins are available in Stradivari, Guarneri, Guadagnini and Balestrieri models and the price range from $2,400.00 to $3,400.00. Instruments are also available in fractional size: 1/4, 1/2 and 3/4. Please call for detail information.  

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Ch. J. B Collin-Mezin

Anno 1922. Charles Jean Baptiste Collin-Mezin (1841-1923) was a French maker of violins, violas, cellos, basses and bows. He was the Officier de L'Academie des Beaux-Arts and won gold and silver medals at the Paris Exhibitions in 1878, 1889 and 1900. He was the son of luthier C.L. Collin, and father of Charles Collin-Mezin, Jr., also a luthier. His designs followed in the tradition of the famous Italian schools Stradivarius, Guarnerius, and Amati, although he developed his own unique varnish. His instruments are also characterized by a powerful and unusually brilliant tone. Please call for detail information. 

 

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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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Heinrich Heberlein Jr.

Anno 1890. From the workshop of and labeled Heinrich Theodore Heberlein Jr. (1843-1910) was a German violin maker. The Heberlein workshop was located in Markneukirchen. Heberlein was renowned for the excellent quality of his instruments and was awarded multiple honours. Heberlein was expecially known for his use of varnish to achieve and artist effect, the quality of his wood, and the verisimilitude of his imitations of old masters, such as Stradivarius. 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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Nicolas Caussin

The Caussin family emerged in Paris in the middle of the nineteenth century, producing high quality antiqued imitation of older instruments. Nicolas Caussin was the older son of violin maker Francois Caussin, he learned his craft with his father. Nicolas Caussin established his own workshop in Paris. Please call for detail information. 

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Ernst Heinrich Roth

Violin labeled Ernst Heinrich Roth, Markneukirchen 1935. Ernst Heinrich Roth was a German luthier (1877-1948) and master of a large and successful violin-making workshop in Markneukirchen. He was the most important and distinguished figure in whole dynasty of Roth luthiers active in Germany. 

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Thomas Kennedy

Thomas Kennedy was British violin maker (1784-1870). A student of William Forster, Kennedy opened his own workshop and was a prolific maker making nearly 2000 instruments. This violin with the later varnish, a thin dark and textured is superby crafted with a good projection and warm sound.Signed above the tailpin. ca 1850.

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Neuner&Hornsteiner 3/4 size

The Neuner&Hornsteiner violin was made in Mittenwald and has a mature, clear tone. Please call for detail information. 

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Labeled Augustin Claudot 7/8th size

Made in the workshop of Augustin Claudot, a Mirecourt violin maker. The powerful antique 19th century French violin has an outstanding tone. Please call for detail information. 

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Mougenot Workshop 1/2 size

Violin Labeled George Mougenot (1/2 size) in good condition.

 

 

Georges Mougenot was born in Mirecourt, France in 1843 where he was apprenticed to George Deroux and after working for various makers went to Brussels where he settled for the rest of his life, establishing a workshop of the highest standard and ever increasing popularity. Mougenot's work is regarded as being of the finest quality, both for craftsmanship and tone. Please call for detail information. 

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John Juzek 1/4 size ca 1930

John Juzek was a prolific and consistently capable violin maker. John Juzek worked in Prague in the early 20th century. His violins and violas are often a Guarneri with a Stradivari scroll and slightly elongated f-holes. They are among the highest quality Czech instruments and possess a bright and powerful tone. Please call for detail information.  

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Husson&Buthod 1/2 size

Old French master violin. 

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Augustin Claudot

7/8 size violin, From the workshop of Augustin Claudot, Paris 1824.

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Jay Haide 1/2 size

Jay Haide violin, Thomas Baleftrieri model. 

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Iginio Siega

Iginio Siega was born in Venice in 1903. He was the son of pupil of Ettore Siega, who studied under E. Degani and G. Schwarz and won several gold medals for his instruments. Please call for detail information. 

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Raffaele Calace

Raffaele Calace was an Italian luthier (1863-1934) and worked in Naples from 1900. Best known as a professional mandolinist and composer, but also made various plucked and violin family instruments and is credited with perfecting the design of the large Neapolitan mandolin. He is said to have made a violin for Mussolini and received several gold medals for his work. Please call for detail information. 

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Oskar Bernhard Heinel

Labeled "Oskar Bernhard Heinel" Markneukirchen, Anno 1932. 

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Alfred Lanini

A. Lanini stamped to the endpin and violin inside was labeled Alfred Lanini, San Jose, California 1944. Alfred Lanini was born in the US and studied with Riccardo Antoniazzi in Milan. In 1917, Lanini opened his own shop in San Francisco, before relocating six months later to San Jose, where he worked until his death in 1956. 

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Giuseppe Pedrazzini

Labeled Giuseppe Pedrazzini, Cremona 1946. Giuseppe Pedrazzini was an Italian maker and his work is among the best of the early 20th-century Italian makers. Please call for detail information. 

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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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Louis Lyeki

Anno 1925. Louis Lyeki was born at Kassa (Hungary) 1884 and ultimately settled at St.Louis. Perfectly equal tone, full and powerful. 

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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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Klotz family

Sold.

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Carl Becker

Chicago, 1940. Please call for detail information. 

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