Intermediate Violins $2,000 - $10,000

In our Intermediate range, you will find new, quality, workshop produced violins from the major trade centres of Asia and Europe, alongside a wide array of older European instruments, all of which have been professionally fitted up for the discerning player.

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  1. Old German violin, c.1800, set up in baroque style

    Old German violin, c.1800, set up in baroque style

    A charming old composite violin, suitable for early music at an affordable price.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 911.

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  2. KG 300 Violin

    KG 300 Violin

    The KG 300 violin is a fully handmade instrument ideal for intermediate level violinists, and professionals as a travelling or teaching instrument.

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  3. Wolff Bros. violin, 1899

    Wolff Bros. violin, 1899

    Wolff Brothers in Germany was a highly regarded firm producing excellent trade instruments.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 917.

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  4. J H Zimmerman violin, Leipzig, c. 1900

    J H Zimmerman violin, Leipzig, c. 1900

    J H Zimmerman’s workshop was in the top rank of trade manufacturing with a consistently high quality output.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 948.

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  5. French trade violin, c.1915, Mirecourt School

    French trade violin, c.1915, Mirecourt School

    Rich red-brown varnish and beautiful tone woods make for a striking visual effect.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 914.

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  6. J. A. Baader violin, Mittenwald, Germany, 1898

    J. A. Baader violin, Mittenwald, Germany, 1898

    J A Baader Co produced a range of instruments, including good hand made violins such as this one.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 873.

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  7. 'The Artist Apollo', Liverpool, 1930

    'The Artist Apollo', Liverpool, 1930

    This top end trade violin comes from the English firm Rushworth & Dreaper, in Liverpool, England.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 300.

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  8. French trade, copy of J. B. Vuillaume, c. 1920

    French trade, copy of J. B. Vuillaume, c. 1920

    Very typical clean work of the Mirecourt school.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 946.

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  9. Richard Arter violin, no.26, Melbourne

    Richard Arter violin, no.26, Melbourne

    A prolific amateur maker, Arter was a cabinet maker by trade who turned his hand to violin making.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 935.

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  10. Hermann Dolling workshop violin, Markneukirchen, Saxony c.1910

    Hermann Dolling workshop violin, Markneukirchen, Saxony c.1910

    Made in Markneukirchen, Saxony, this handsome violin is very playable with many desirable attributes.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 890.

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  11. German Amati Copy violin, c. 1910

    German Amati Copy violin, c. 1910

    A lovely German trade instrument of the Markneukirchen School. This delightfully playable violin has a sweet mellow tone.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 519.

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  12. Nicholas Bertholini violin, Mirecourt, France, c.1890

    Nicholas Bertholini violin, Mirecourt, France, c.1890

    A lovely French trade violin labelled “Nicholas Bertholini”, combining fine Mirecourt workmanship with great sound.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 591.

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  13.  French trade violin, c.1950

    French trade violin, c.1950

    This J B Vuillaume copy violin is from the Mirecourt school.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 875.

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  14. Paul Agar violin, Melbourne 2003

    Paul Agar violin, Melbourne 2003

    Paul Agar, Melbourne, 2003 – The power of a cannon!

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 279.

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  15. Oskar Heinel violin, Markneukirchen 1922

    Oskar Heinel violin, Markneukirchen 1922

    Oskar Heinel worked in the town of Markneukirchen. This violin is darkish sounding with good projection

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 706.

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  16. French trade Maggini model violin by Collin-Mezin, c.1953

    French trade Maggini model violin by Collin-Mezin, c.1953

    French trade Maggini model violin, made by the Collin-Mezin company, c.1953

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 801.

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  17. French Trade violin, c.1900, labelled "Andrea Verini – Newbury and London"

    French Trade violin, c.1900, labelled "Andrea Verini – Newbury and London"

    A French violin made specifically for the English market, and so labelled.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 131.

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  18. W. E. Hill & Sons violin "V154"

    W. E. Hill & Sons violin "V154"

    A French violin made specifically for W. E. Hill & Sons, London, bearing their identification stamp on the end of the fingerboard.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 126.

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  19. W. E. Hill & Sons violin, No.1, c.1920

    W. E. Hill & Sons violin, No.1, c.1920

    This unlabelled French violin bears the W. E. Hill & Sons identification stamp on the end of the fingerboard.

    Please contact us for more details, quoting number 128.

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