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BAROQUE VIOLIN original, about 1790 violino antico barocco alte geige old violon in Antiques, Musical Instruments (Pre-1930), String | eBay

BAROQUE VIOLIN original, about 1790 violino antico barocco alte geige old violon in Antiques, Musical Instruments String

The Vieuxtemps Guarneri Violin-one of the last violins Giuseppe Guarneri created. It is the most expensive violin.  An $18 million dollar price tag.

The Vieuxtemps Guarneri Violin-one of the last violins Giuseppe Guarneri created. It is the most expensive violin. An $18 million dollar price tag.

Carl Gottlob Schuster Violin, Markneukirchen c1930

Archive photos: Carl Gottlob Schuster Violin, Markneukirchen circa This is sold but you can look for similar INSTRUMENTS for sale on our website

"A few months ago I went to my local luthier to shop around (violins under $2500). I tried out a few different instruments but ultimately did not find one that I liked as much as my Soloist." Our newe #MajesticVision

Soloist III Violin

"A few months ago I went to my local luthier to shop around (violins under $2500). I tried out a few different instruments but ultimately did not find one that I liked as much as my Soloist." Our newe #MajesticVision

Violin Maker: Nicolò Amati (Cremona 1596–1684 Cremona) Date: 1669 Geography: Cremona, Italy Culture: Italian (Cremona) Medium: Spruce, maple, other woods Dimensions: Body length (belly): 35 cm (13-13/16 in.); Upper bouts: 16.1 cm (6-5/16 in.); Middle bouts: 11.0 cm (4-5/16 in.); Lower bouts: 20.1 cm (7-15/16 in.)

Violin 1669 made by Nicolò Amati (Italian, Cremona, Italy Spruce, maple, other woods

Tononi, Carlo - Venice, 1720

1709 Stradivari violin 'Viotti ex-Bruce' (with caliper, mm) Back Upper Bout Middle Bout 109 Lower Bout

This violin, The Harrison, is a Stradivari violin, made before 1700. It not only looks beautiful but sounds marvelous.  This is one of the highest prized musical instruments. And yes, it's art.

This violin, The Harrison, is a Stradivari violin, made before It not only looks beautiful but sounds marvelous. This is one of the highest prized musical instruments.

Metropolitan Museum of Art                         Violin, 1669 made by Nicolò Amati (Italian, 1596–1684)
Cremona, Italy
Spruce, maple, other woods
L. of body 13 13/16 in. (35 cm) (belly), L. of upper bouts 6 3/8 in. (16.1 cm), L. of middle bouts 4 3/8 in. (11 cm), L. of lower bouts 7 7/8 in. (20.1 cm)
Gift of Evelyn Stark, 1974 (1974.229)

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Violin 1669 made by Nicolò Amati (Italian, Cremona, Italy Spruce, maple, other woods

Andrea Amati violin, 1564

Andrea Amati violin, 1564 - in memory of my uncle-by-marriage, Nat Nisson, who played the violin professionally. Not sure what eventually became of his precious Amati and Stradivarius instruments, about which he talked with such deep affection.

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