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  1. Thank you for all your comments! What an active and generous community here on this forum! I am perfectly aware of the value of these instruments, and I don't really care to be honest, as I don't want to sell them... They will be used as student instruments for children who can already play a 4/4, and given to those who can't buy instruments, and who are already making a big effort to pay for the lessons. I was just curious to find out where these violins could have been made. We usually buy instruments and bows with Zertifikat from luthiers we know and trust, so having that kind of instruments in my hands is a new thing for me. We just had this deal, and know young luthiers who are learning the restoration art, so it will be good practice for them... And sorry for not having answered the messages, I am still limited to 2 posts a day. Oh, and I don't have more photos of this one, I am on tour for a while, my parents don't know much about taking photos... But I think I got the answer I was looking for. Thank you again!
  2. Thank you! This Mr Coward actually existed, and had a shop in Berlin, that's why I asked. Let's see how it sounds now...
  3. I was told it's from Walter Feige, Berlin, 1935-38 What do you think?
  4. This is the third one. Never had a chance to try it. Got it as it on the pictures. Thanks for your comments! I am amazed by the knowledge on this forum, and curious about what a few pictures of these 30-40 bucks violins can tell! P. S. I Still can't post more than 2 comments/posts per day, so it will continue till tomorrow...
  5. Hi everyone I discovered your amazing forum and I would like to ask about some instruments I found in Germany recently. My wife and I are always interested in those old instruments, as they may be used by our students who don't have an instrument yet or who don't want to invest right away in an instrument. And we don't really want to tell them to buy some Chinese violin online, so the idea is also to give a second life to these instruments. So, I will post 5 violins. This is the second one, seems to be Allright, sounded very good, body length 36
  6. Hi everyone I discovered your amazing forum and I would like to ask about some instruments I found in Germany recently. My wife and I are always interested in those old instruments, as they may be used by our students who don't have an instrument yet for financial reasons or because they don't want to invest right away in an instrument. And we don't really want to tell them to buy some cheap chinese violin online, so the idea is also to give a second life to these instruments. The idea would be to restore these instruments, but please let me know if it's worth it... So, I will post 5 violins. This is the first one, seems to be allright, sounded good, body length 35,5 Thank you so much in advance for helping me satisfy my curiosity! P.S.: sorry for the pictures, I did my best with my phone...
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