Fine Violin – These instruments are available for in home trial. Contact us for details.
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 instrument 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 fine. Because of these reasons, a fine instrument can be an exceptional investment in your music career and also as a financial investment.
We primarily carry instruments from Italy, France and Germany. Some of these are listed below. Some are still in restoration including an early Italian labeled Pietro Guarnieri dated 1720. All violins are available for in-home trial. Please contact us for details.
1949 Italian by Michele De Luccia
Exceptional condition, no repairs.
$12,000 Retail $10,000
1883 French by CH J B Collin-Mezin, hand signed inside.
Exceptional condition, no cracks or repairs. More Details.
1908 French by Leon Mougenot Gauche, firebranded inside. Exceptional condition, no cracks or repairs. More Details
$9,000 Retail $6,000
George L Dykes violin, Pupil of Paul Bailly
$8,000 Retail SOLD
Robert Glier Jr dated 1924
Retail $7,500 $5,000
Eugen Meinel dated 1926
1899 French by Sebastien Auguste Deroux, hand signed inside. Exceptional condition, no cracks or repairs. More Details
Mathias Heinicke dated 1923
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1720 Pietro Guarnieri
1894 Johann Jais
1806 Mathias Hornsteiner
1962 Rudolf Buchner
1955 Ernst H Roth
1962 Ernst H Roth
1903 JH Longson
1918 Thomas Craig
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