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  1. Francis Simonin (1926)
    $12,000.00
    VCG+, terrific Guarneri copy from French maker Francois/Francis Simonin who emigrated to the U.S. and lived in Cleveland, Oh. when this violin was made, one piece slab cut domestic maple back of strong medium-narrow curl, antiqued amber-brown varnish, Brazilian rosewood pegs, other fittings are of ebony, tailpiece has a golden shield with the previous owners initials on it, very focused strong tone, has a Guarneri replica label along with the makers label and brand, has original certificate to the previous owner from Lyon & Healy dated June 7, 1928, with old shaped HSC, on consignment Learn More
  2. J.B. Collin-Mezin Fils
    $4,000.00
    Made in France, label dated 1949, Le Victorieux Guarneri model, one piece back of handsome medium width curl, shaded amber-orange varnish, fairly high arching on the top, fairly rich medium-dark tone, neck/fingerboard just a little more narrow than usual, Brazilian rosewood pegs, VGC except for repaired 2" treble side saddle crack on the top, with American Case Co. oblong HSC and 4 mediocre nickel mounted bows, on consignment Learn More
  3. body-front
    $2,300.00
    G-VGC, made in France, copy of Francois LeJeune 1755 model, label has one part that shows a LeJeune facsimile label and below that is printed (in French) "made in 1947 by Andre Martin, son and successor, for Mr. Raoul de Champeaux", one piece back of narrow curl with a stain in the lower half, Brazilian rosewood pegs, shaded amber-brown varnish, high arched model with a fairly deep and sweet tone, set up with Evah Pirazzi strings, somewhat flute like with a great g-string, not the loudest fiddle but great quality, on consignment - price reduced Learn More
  4. Glasser Carbon Composite 4/4 Size Acoustic Violin
    $544.00
    Built to last, the Glasser carbon composite violin looks and sounds great. This unique design makes for an instrument with a wonderful tonal quality with durability most instruments will never match. Fully adjusted with Larsen strings, a Despiau bridge, Planetary Tuning Pegs, and a carbon composite Glasser tailpiece with 4 fine tuners. Learn More
  5. Artur Teller (1977)
    $2,000.00
    Made in Germany, model #592, nicely flamed two piece back with ebony heel cap on button, shaded amber-orange varnish, ebony fittings, Dominant strings, very pleasant even tone of a somewhat soprano quality, VGC except for a repaired treble wing crack and two small repaired cracks in the ribs over the bass side corner blocks, with good oblong HSC and case cover from the American case company and a good nickel mounted bow made in Switzerland stamped ALLEGRO, on consignment Learn More
  6. EMB Violin Bow
    $700.00
    VGC, made in Germany, 1920-30's, octagonal pernambuco stick, silver mounts, tinsel wrap, screw button is silver but not original, ebony frog with pearl eye, stamped E.M.B. and GERMANY, 55.6 grams, light but fairly strong stick that plays well and does not feel too light or whippy, on consignment Learn More
  7. Otto Earnst Fischer
    $600.00
    Made in Germany, 1998, Strad model, two piece back of narrow curl, shaded orange varnish, ebony fittings, balanced even tone, VGC although a fair bit of dingage on the top, with oblong Heritage HSC Learn More
  8. Ed McCoppin (2015)
    $3,800.00
    Handmade in Michigan by our own Ed McCoppin, 2015, Ed's #52, Guarneri model, one piece slab cut back of old (1920-30's) Michigan maple showing moderate irregular curl, ribs and neck are quartersawn Mich. maple, European top, ebony fittings with a Wittner tailpiece, 355mm body length, Dominant strings, great strong rich voice with good balance, EC except for a couple of little dings, with oblong double Everest case, on consignment Learn More
  9. Roman Teller Model 275MA (1968)
    $3,600.00
    Made in Germany in the shop of Roman Teller, Strad model, one piece back of handsome medium-width curl descending from left to right, shaded red-orange oil varnish, ebony heel cap on back button, ebony fittings with matching parisian eye inlays, Evah Pirazzi strings, very rich smooth tone with great depth on the G-string, EC, with oblong suspension model HSC (missing one zipper pull) Learn More
  10. Glasser Viola Bow
    $55.00
    Horsehair, 4/4 size, round fiberglass stick, synthetic frog and plastic grip. Made by Glasser. Learn More
  11. Germany Violin Bow
    $625.00
    Made in Germany, circa 1920-30's, octagonal pernambuco stick, silver mounts, ebony frog with pearl dot, stamped GERMANY, 56 grams, on the lighter side but still a good strong stick that plays well, VGC Learn More
  12. Filco St. Filcev
    $825.00
    Handmade in Kazanlak-Enina, Bulgaria, circa 1970's by noted maker Filco St. Filchev (Filscho St. Filschev), Strad model, one piece back of handsome narrow curl, shaded amber-red-orange varnish, ebony fittings with a Wittner tailpiece, Dominant strings, even balanced tone of fairly good quality, VGC,  with older shaped case suitable for shipping, on consignment Learn More
  13. Topa Workshop  (2015)
    $4,200.00
    Made in Zakopane, Poland, in the well known workshop of Wojciech Topa, Stradivari model, one piece back of handsome medium-width curl, shaded golden-amber-brownish varnish, ebony fittings, Dominant strings, has a fine rich tone that projects very well, EC, with oblong Core hard foam light weight case, on consignment  Learn More
  14. Dorfler 4/4 Brazilwood Violin Bow
    $149.95
    4/4 violin bow, round Brazilwood stick, full-lined ebony frog. Learn More
  15. Emile Dupree Bow
    $550.00
    Made in Germany, circa 1970-80's, octagonal pernambuco stick (very slight warp), silver mounts, ebony frog with parisian eye, stamped EMILE DUPREE and also FRANCE (you can see Germany underneath it), 61.6 grams, decent solid playing stick, VGC, on consignment Learn More
  16. David Tomaino Label
    $900.00
    Made in China, imported/distributed by Howard Core, set up by D. Tomaino of Madison, Wi., nicely flamed two piece back with the flame oriented in the same direction, lightly shaded amber-orange varnish, ebony fittings with a Wittner tailpiece, even balanced tone of good quality, EC, with Core oblong HSC, on consignment Learn More
  17. body-front
    $750.00
    VGC+, recent handmade Strad model, two piece back of strong curl, antiqued amber-red varnish, parisian eye pegs, tailpiece has floral pearl inlay, ebony fittings, full fairly rich tone for this price range, with arrow shaped case (missing one bow spinner), on consignment Learn More
  18. David Gourlay (1987)
    $1,250.00
    Made in Southfield, Michigan, Stradivari model, good handmade work by known maker, two piece back of nicely flamed maple, light-red varnish, ebony fittings, Dominant strings, has a fairly rich tone with decent depth on the G-string, not too bright or dark, VGC+, with old shaped case, on consignment (SN:604) Learn More
  19. Jay Haide (2012)
    $1,200.00
    Handmade in China, Modele artistique a la ancienne, Guarneri model, nicely flamed two piece back, antiqued amber-orange varnish, Helicore strings, ebony fittings, big strong tone, EC, with arrow shaped light weight foam case, on consignment Learn More
  20. Core Select Ming Jiang Zhu (2015)
    $2,650.00
    Made in the shop of Ming Jiang Zhu, Strad model es5900s, two piece back of flamed maple, antiqued amber-red varnish, boxwood fittings with bone accents, Evah Gold strings, very full, rich, lively tone, EC, with a good suspension model Bobelock case Learn More

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