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  1. backward frog?! Ribbit!" Ribbit! Silver mounted
  2. https://www.liveauctioneers.com/item/101889874_a-wood-antique-violin-suzuki-no8
  3. yeah it's pretty expensive. I've been so tempted to buy a cello on auction from Europe shipping it to the USA but Shipping is Nuts
  4. His son Paul Didier also made some very good violins
  5. nice, Shelbow with a couple repairs it should come out good!.. I like lot 227 the French violin .
  6. Hi guys I just saw Tarisio's T2 Auction ends today! its got some interesting stuff
  7. Yes, your right.. I guess I just had higher expectations. But yes there are some decent ones
  8. That Brompton Auction is Filled to the brim with Possibly, probablies and attributions.
  9. Yikes. Thanks guys this is very informative. I'm crossing my fingers to see if my luthier will accept me to drop in today. With the whole quarantine thing his doors have been closed until the beginning of May.
  10. I recently purchased a violin and began feeling a slight bump (not visible) when running my index finger around the sound post area. I've had this happen to me before with a couple violins in the past which I don't own anymore. Just wanted to see how common this might be and or if it's something I may need to get alarmed by? My first thought is the sound post may be to tight. If that is the case, and a new sound post gets fitted, would the discrete bump go away? It looks like the soundpost has been in there for decades if not longer.
  11. where is the " Like" Button so I can "like" Martin Swan's comment?
  12. Talking about Nicolas Vuillaume there is a pretty Stentor Guarneri copy on ebay now! Without the Tarisio price tag.
  13. Just came across this , I thought it might be interesting, but come on now? and bidding starts at $400 with a $1,00-$2,00O est.
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