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  1. Walter Mayson violin, Windermere UK, 1885.

    Walter Mayson violin, Windermere UK, 1885.

    Walter Mayson was a prolific English maker who attained considerable skills in the art of violin making.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 176.

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  2. An unlabelled British violin, c.1770

    An unlabelled British violin, c.1770

    Another one of these genuinely old violins with immense character and natural patina of age.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 813.

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  3. Sebastien Auguste Deroux violin, Paris, c. 1890

    Sebastien Auguste Deroux violin, Paris, c. 1890

    This dream violin has a beautiful dark voice with easy, comfortable playability.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 954.

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  4. "Pietro Novani" violin, c.1932

    "Pietro Novani" violin, c.1932

    A top quality German trade violin bearing the label "Pietro Novani", dated 1932.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 739.

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  5. Walter Mayson violin, Windermere, UK 1884

    Walter Mayson violin, Windermere, UK 1884

    "The Elfin Shell"

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 130.

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  6. Martin Schuster violin, Melbourne 2017

    Martin Schuster violin, Melbourne 2017

    Born in Germany, Martin has been a fixture on the Melbourne violin making scene for the past 20 years or so.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 978.

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  7.  Adele Beardsmore and Alan Coggins, ‘Baroque’ violin, 2003 Blackheath

    Adele Beardsmore and Alan Coggins, ‘Baroque’ violin, 2003 Blackheath

    A beautifully crafted violin in baroque period form by “Beardsmore and Coggins” of the Blue Mountains.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 721.

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  8. "H. S" French del Gesu copy violin, c.1890

    "H. S" French del Gesu copy violin, c.1890

    A French trade violin of some quality stamped "H.S" within a circle.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 695.

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  9. Theodore Berger violin, Markneukirchen, c. 1920 labelled “William Dow – Melbourne”

    Theodore Berger violin, Markneukirchen, c. 1920 labelled “William Dow – Melbourne”

    Theodore Berger was born in St Petersburg and studied there with Geisser and later with one of the Otto family of violin makers in Markneukirchen.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 912.

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  10. James Briggs violin, Glasgow, Scotland, 1889

    James Briggs violin, Glasgow, Scotland, 1889

    Briggs apprenticed to Tarr in Manchester and later relocated to Wakefield where this violin was probably made.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 961.

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  11. Thomas Perry violin, Dublin 1811

    Thomas Perry violin, Dublin 1811

    Labelled "Perry & Wilkinson", this petite, Amati inspired violin is numbered ‘3879’.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 620.

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  12. Ian Highfield violin, England 2002

    Ian Highfield violin, England 2002

    This is a beautiful copy of an 1898 Leandro Bisiach violin.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 178.

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  13. Antonio Lechi violin, Cremona, Italy 1923

    Antonio Lechi violin, Cremona, Italy 1923

    Powerful, fiery resonance with full overtone response and clean, clear articulation. Very playable!

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 889.

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  14. Violin by “GIUSEPPE MODAUDO”, Catania, 1922

    Violin by “GIUSEPPE MODAUDO”, Catania, 1922

    A well priced Italian violin exhibiting the influence of the Sicilian school of making.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 931.

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  15. Martin Schuster baroque violin, Wiesbaden Germany, 1999

    Martin Schuster baroque violin, Wiesbaden Germany, 1999

    Born in Germany, Martin has been a fixture on the Melbourne violin making scene for the past 20 years or so.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 568.

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  16. Helmut Lang violin, Germany, c.1980

    Helmut Lang violin, Germany, c.1980

    This well balanced violin has a quick response to playing in different dynamics

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 667.

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  17. Leon Mougenot violin, Mirecourt 1918

    Leon Mougenot violin, Mirecourt 1918

    Leon Mougenot, established in Mirecourt, was very successful on account of his exacting standards.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 602.

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  18. German violin of the Bavarian school, c.1860

    German violin of the Bavarian school, c.1860

    Previously in the hands of a professional violinist, this fiddle punches well above its weight!

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 940.

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  19. Richard Panting violin, Melbourne, 2004

    Richard Panting violin, Melbourne, 2004

    Prior to his return to his native New Zealand, Dick Panting was a well-known entity around the Melbourne music scene.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 804.

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  20. Honore Derazey workshop violin, Mirecourt c.1860

    Honore Derazey workshop violin, Mirecourt c.1860

    From the workshop of Honore Derazey, Mirecourt c.1860. This violin has a powerful, rich and brilliant sound

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 692.

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  21. Nicolas Augustin Chappuy violin, France c.1778

    Nicolas Augustin Chappuy violin, France c.1778

    Mirecourt trained, Chappuy made this violin in Paris.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 848.

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