ANTIQUE VIOLIN GOOD CONDITION MADE 1910 REALISTICALLY APPRAISED BY PROFESSIONAL


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ANTIQUE STUDENT VIOLIN; GOOD CONDITION; PLAYS VERY WELL; LOOKS GOOD; MADE IN VERY EARLY 1900S; PROFESSIONALLY EXAMINED, APPRAISED. PRICED RIGHT FOR ITS AGE AND CONDITION.
This violin belonged to my mother's grandfather.  It is in good shape and was made sometime between 1900 and 1920.  We had a professional violin maker examine it, appraise it and perform some minor repairs on it. He installed a new tailpiece and new tuners. We had a violin player from a local orchestra play it and she said it felt and sounded good to her. They would have purchased it if they hadn't had so many violins in the family already.
Included is the violin, a brand new bow and the original coffin case.  His appraisal letter is included with the sale and a copy is inserted below.
Having examined the violin in your possession bearing the "Steiner" (SIC) label, I have reached some opinions about its origin and value. The instrument is most likely from Mittenwald, Germany, as are many student quality instruments bearing fictitious labels.  It is modeled after Steiner instruments as the arching of mainly the top, but also to a lesser degree, the back rises abruptly from "plane", as opposed to a more gradual arching.  The modern measurements of the neck and fingerboard preclude it from being made in the 1700s as the label says, but more likely was maid (SIC) around 1900-1920.  The condition is good, with the exception of a tiny wing crack on the right side. The varnish is a pleasing reddish brown and suffered from some bubbling on the top, which has been polished.  I would put a reasonable replacement value of
1000. Klaus Thomas AsherViolin Maker' PLEASE READ: 
I would very much prefer the buyer pick this violin up. I'd rather not ship it.  However, I will, but the buyer will pay for professional packing, materials and $1000 worth of insurance.  I will provide the buyer with the exact amount to ship once I receive the buyer's shipping address.  The above stated shipping amount is probably not accurate. 

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