Violins Violas Cellos Basses Bows
|Peggy Kristich firstname.lastname@example.org - Palmer, Alaska United States - Saturday, November 26, 2016|
1/4 Gliga violin. Excellent Condition. Appraised at $675. New strings. Will take $625.
|1994 Antonio Rizzo Violin Serial Number 22 email@example.com Photos / Website - LOS ANGELES, California United States - Thursday, November 03, 2016|
This gorgeous Antonio Rizzo Violin is just beautiful. Everything you might expect from a finely crafted handmade musical instrument. This is the 22nd Violin that Mr.Rizzo made. He is still building , making gorgeous violins and cellos. His violins start at $8000. As of this date, he has made about 135 instruments. You may contact us with any questions or to see more photos. An exceptional hand built instrument. $4,899 OBO.
|1936 OSKAR MEINEL VIOLIN HR PFRETZSCHNER BOW firstname.lastname@example.org - Houston, Tx USA - Thursday, October 27, 2016|
Photos on demand
|Elfwem (?) Violin email@example.com Photos / Website - Petaluma, Ca USA - Wednesday, August 10, 2016|
Don't really know too much about this violin. It has the word "Elfwem" and the date "1891" hand written on a label inside the fiddle. Not sure if it is the owner of the instrument or the maker. It's probably not from 1891. It was appraised as an older German style violin with a value around $1000.00 for the violin by itself. It does come with a E.W. Zimmer bow and the case looks like the original but probably not. I'm asking $800.00.
|Copy of Dominicus Montagnana 4/4 Violin W/bow firstname.lastname@example.org Photos / Website - Petaluma, Ca USA - Friday, July 22, 2016|
Don't really know how old this violin is but it's in really great shape as you can see in the pictures. This comes with a Conrad Gotz bow, (frog and tip are in good condition), and a hard foam case. It's been professionally appraised at between $1200.00 and $1500.00. Beautiful, sweet tone that projects wonderfully. Asking $1000.00 for the outfit. Write me with any questions.
|18th century Italian violin, probably Pardova email@example.com Photos / Website - Munich, BY Germany - Friday, July 15, 2016|
18th century Italian violin, probably Pardova Order online with 30 days returns: Corilon violins Lilienstrasse 2 D-81669 Mnchen Phone: +49 (0)89-444 19 619 Fax: +49 (0)89-444 19 620 firstname.lastname@example.org www.corilon.com
|Giovanni Baptista Grancino Cello 1695 email@example.com - Dallas, Texas USA - Monday, April 04, 2016|
Giovanni Baptista Grancino The cello is labled: "Giuanni Grancino in Contrada Largha di Milano al segno della Corona 1695". Cello Description: The two-piece spruce top has a narrow width grain. The one-piece maple back is of plain wood. The ribs are of maple with a narrow curl. The neck heel button has an ebony wear ring. The grafted scroll is of a plain wood. The varnish is dark red-brown. The cello is in fine condition. Length 76.7 cm Width at upper bouts 34.4 cm Width at center bouts 24.1 cm Width at lower bouts 44.2 cm Authenticity Status: Yes/ Multiple Certificate
|Antonio Capela Cello 1974 firstname.lastname@example.org - Dallas, Texas USA - Monday, April 04, 2016|
Domingos F. Capela Anta-Espintto-Portugal ANO 1974 Signature Antonio Capela 1974 appears on the label inside. The two-piece back is made of maple. The ribs, neck, and scroll are of maple matching the back. The two-piece top is of spruce, the grain ranging from medium to wide. The varnish is orange-brown. Measurements B.L. 75.5 cm U.B. 34.5 cm M.B. 44.2 cm Price Upon Request Authenticity Status: Yes/ Multiple Certificates Local Sale Only No Certified Checks, Money Orders, Western Union, Escrow Service such as BidPay.
|J.B. Vuillaume "St Cecile des Thernes" violin email@example.com Photos / Website - Los Angeles, CA USA - Saturday, March 26, 2016|
J.B. Vuillaume: soloist violin "St. Cecile des Thernes", mid 19th century, (certificate Hieronymus Kstler) - $28,000 - international delivery $49
|Vuillaume A' Paris Copy $850.00 firstname.lastname@example.org - Newark, Ohio USA - Wednesday, February 10, 2016|
Thanks to those folks that helped me determine a fair price for this instrument. The consensus is it was probably made between 1900 - 1930. A trade / factory instrument either German or Czech. No label inside. It is very clean, crack free with a few minor scuff marks. The tone is loud, crisp and not for a beginner bowing arm. 48 hour approval,return for any reason. Asking $850.00 OBO. Thanks,