Roman Teller Ma-1a Erlagen W. Germany 1992 <email@example.com> - Lemont, IL USA - Saturday, March 08, 2008
I'm selling a Roman Teller Ma-1a Violin that was made in Erlangen W. Germany. I'm am selling this item for a friend so I will try my best on answering questions regarding the violin. You can email me with a negotiation price, or if you have any questions. Thanks, Quinn
Violin Bow for sale <firstname.lastname@example.org> - Photos / Website - Point Roberts, WA USA - Wednesday, March 05, 2008
C. Santos 4/4 violin bow. pernambuca round stick ebony and silver fittings. Faux whalebone wrap. Perfect condition, used very rarely for last 5 years. Bought as second bow and have since upgraded. For sale for $450.00
Stainer copy 1860 <email@example.com> - Bellevue, MI USA - Wednesday, March 05, 2008
Stainer copy evaluated to have been made by Neuner and Hornsteiner circa 1860. Evaluation made by Richard Perras available upon request. Also bow unknown origin and original wooden coffin case. The violin has been stored in its case for over 60 years. Two part back, strong flaming. Early lacquer finish. Solid, no repairs have been done. One surface crack and one small separation beginning. $800 photos available upon request.
Bohemian Violin <firstname.lastname@example.org> - Ehrenberg, Az USA - Monday, March 03, 2008
A Bohemian Violin made in 1929 by Alfons Kroger in Schonbach, Bohemia. One Piece back with narrow Flame. Good Mellow tone, easy to play with Dominant strings. No Cracks or Separation, minor nicks and scrapes, very good condition. Asking $1900.00 Photos upon request.
Beautiful 104 year old violin for sale <email@example.com> - Vero beach, Fl USA - Sunday, March 02, 2008
Beautiful 104 year old violin, dated 1902. The make is a Carlo Micelli and it is a 4/4 size. The sound is gorgeous and this is a great violin. Pictures of the violin can be requested via email. Comes with albert richter bow I paid over $1200 for both the bow and the violin and am selling them both for $1000 or best offer. contact me
Derazey Violin <Bluejays95@hotmail.com> - Moncton, NB Canada - Wednesday, February 27, 2008
For Sale: Derazey Violin with the following inscription: Grand Prix Paris 1931 Exposition Internationale Bruxelles 1935 Membre du Jury Exposition Internationale New York 1939 France J Derazey Luthier 2. Groupe LeBois Construction Mirecourt (Vosges) HORS CONCOURS
Circa 1920s violin <firstname.lastname@example.org> - San pedro, Cal USA - Wednesday, February 27, 2008
What i have is a conservatory violin straduarius,figured maple back and ribs and belly needs some work other than that she looks real good along with case.make me an offer,call me at 1-310-521-0495 and ask for eric.
Jorge Boscoboinik <email@example.com> - Milwaukee, WI USA - Tuesday, February 26, 2008
4/4 Violin made in year 2006 by Argentinean luthier Simon Boscoboinik. Excelent sound. Fully hand made, absolutely no electrical tools used. There are many advantages of a handcrafted instrument compared to a commercial one. Resin based barnish provides more flexibility to the wood compared to the alcohol based barnishes of commercial instruments. Full description of the instrument and pictures available upon request. It can also be tried upon request provided that the interested person comes to Milwaukee. 414-828-6178.
SOLD! Antique Violin For Sale <firstname.lastname@example.org> - Richland, MO USA - Saturday, February 23, 2008
Antique violin, bow and case. Printed inside violin - Made in France Copie de Antonius Stradiuarius Cremonenfis Faciebat Anno1724. Pictures available. Make offer.
Gorgeous J. Thomsen 1927 Full Size Violin <email@example.com> - Spokane, WA USA - Friday, February 22, 2008
For sale is a beautiful and rare J. Thomsen full size violin marked 1927. It has a Carpathian Maple back and a European Spruce front. It is in excellent condition and has new strings. A very nice leather embossed case and basic bow are included. This violin is a true treasure. I have pictures available to email. I am asking $5000 but this is slightly negotiable.
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