Fine Violin for Sale
A fine violin has exceptional tonal qualities that are by historic makers with fine craftsmanship and superb wood selection. These instruments are collectible and will appreciate in value over time. All professional orchestras require applicants to own a high quality violin in order to audition. Requirements vary from orchestra to orchestra, but the general range is that you must own a violin valued between $10,000 and $25,000 minimum just to audition. Some might consider this the threshold to be called a fine violin.
C1750-1800 violin. Labeled Nicolas Amati 1651, repair label by Francois Pique dated 1800. Grafted neck. Sweet, superb sound. Delightful to play. One repaired table crack – from bottom to treble F hole.
$18,000 Retail $12,600
By Eugene Langonet dated 1939, instrument No. 202, handed initialed by maker, authenticated with insurance certificate. Exceptionally powerful solo instrument, responsive, well balanced wonderful tone. More Details
$15,000 Retail $10,500
Giuseppe Stefani violin dated 1984, crafted in Brescia, Italy.
1908 French violin by Leon Mougenot Gauche, firebranded inside. Exceptional condition, no cracks or repairs. More Details
$9,000 Retail $6,000
Mathias Heinicke violin dated 1923
$8,000 Retail $5,500
Thomas Perry violin, branded and labeled 1840 Dublin. Clear, sweet voice in excellent condition. More Details
Roth & Lederer (Ernst H. Roth & Max Lederer) C1895
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1903 JH Longson
1918 Thomas Craig
Several by Ernst Heinrich Roth
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