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  1. Sorry for the mix up everybody. I don’t know too much about violins, only how to play them. Anyway, here are the pictures of the heads and disassembled frogs of the bows.
  2. Here are some closer shots of the bows that came with the violin. Sorry for the late reply, I can only post once a day since my account is new.
  3. Here are the bows that came with it. Only one of them has markings on it. I believe it is a l bausch leipzig bow
  4. Hello, I’m new to this website and I was wondering if someone could shed some light on the age or potential value of my violin. I bought it about 2 years ago from a family friend whose deceased husband was a violin teacher and she wanted to get rid of it since it had been degrading and collecting dust for over 5 years. The violin used to have a label (you can see where the labels once were if you look inside the f holes.) however it seems to have either fallen out or been removed. The violin plays very nicely and has rich tones on the lower strings and the sound is not nasally. The neck of the violin is also very smooth, it doesn’t have too much varnish or too little. However, the one area that worries me is the back of the violin. From the research I have done on the internet it seems that higher quality violins have flaming on the back. However this violin has minimum flaming and only be seen when tilted or looked at with certain angles. Also the pegbox is painted black which seems to be another worry.
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