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  1. Okay I’ll go and have a look
  2. So my dad inherited this violin in 2007 after my grandfather passed but it’s been stuck in the case for 14 years. I decided to take it out and I’ve made the decision to play violin, unfortunately it needs repairing so I’m going to have to wait. The only thing(s) in the violin is a date saying that it was repaired in 1851 and a paragraph of writing near the neck of the violin which I cannot read. There is a label but it seems to be put in after the repairs were done because the company that the label belonged to was founded in 1935, so it predates the company by 80 odd years just by the repair, I’d just like some ideas. Grandad also said that it was made near to where Stradivarius was, but I don’t know if that is true. thanks
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