SOLD! O.L. Fraser Violin and bow   gardner.rust@sonoma.edu - Cotati, CA USA - Saturday, August 31, 2002
O.L. Fraser violin, bow and case. Appraised at Loveland Violin Shop, August 27th, 2002 reads as follows: The violin bears its maker's brand "O.L. Fraser" of Saginaw, Michigan circa 1910-1920. The back is of two pieces of maple with narrow horizontal flames. The sides and neck are of maple similar to the back. The top is of two pieces of very fine, even grain spruce. The varnish is a dark brown over a golden ground. Measurements: Length: 35.9 cm. Width U.B. 16.8 cm Width M.B. 11.6 cm. Width L.B. 21.0 cm. The present market value of this American made violin in excellent condition is $3500. Violin bow, unstamped German ca. 1900, $500. E-mail for photos.
SOLD! German 4/4 Violin   bob@guitarbazaar.com - Sebastopol, CA USA - Tuesday, August 20, 2002
Saxony, circa 1870. German 4/4 violin and period (possibly original) wood "coffin" case. No bow. Professionally set up, new strings. Verbally appraised by Mick Loveland / Loveland Violin Shop, Santa Rosa, CA, Tel: (707) 526-9777. 10 day trial through Escrow.com OK. Nice!
Roth 15" Viola, Bow and case   Griffplus@aol.com - Tallahassee, FL USA - Thursday, August 15, 2002
I have a 1985 15" Roth student viola. It is in great shape and plays well. Well maintained, and has Dominate Strings. I am asking $950 for it or best offer. You can reach me by email griffplus@aol.com or call 850 322 1053 Jonathan
SOLD! Anton Breton 4/4 violin and bow (no case)   peoples@sonic.net - Sebastopol, CA USA - Tuesday, August 13, 2002
1995 Anton Breton 4/4 violin and bow. Very good condition and set up by a professional. Good beginners violin! $200.00