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  1. Hi, I am interested in buying these 2 violins. Please have a look at the photos. The first 7 are from 1 violin the other 4 or from the second violin. What can you information do you have about these? Are they of any particular value? Where and when they are from? What's the difference in value between a Mittenwald and a Markneukirchen violin? Thanks Rachel
  2. upbow

    Schönbach?

    Hi! I've had this violin for about 10 years now, my very first own violin, but I was so young at the time I never remembered its origin. I remember the violin maker and dealer telling me it was between 75 and 120 years old (so 85 - 130 now). There's no label inside, just one the violin maker put in with some kind of number (I'm guessing for some kind of database). Pictures are down below (some are upside down, sorry for that, I don't know why that happened), it sounds warm and soft (I chose it for its sound after a blind test, I was like 10 though and inexperienced). I've asked other peo
  3. I keep seeing Ernst Reinhold Schmidt instruments popping up and am wondering about the varying quality. Some can look very nice. I know this topic was briefly discussed awhile back, but in cellos, for example, the prices can vary by many thousands. It was mentioned that some can be very fine, but what is “very fine” for a large workshop/factory? Or did Ernst himself actually play a role in the building of certain instruments?
  4. My Mom gave us her cello about 5 years ago that she has had most of her life and she is now almost 70. It has part of a marking on the inside that says "made in Germany", but that is the only identification I can find. We are going to have to sell it and I don't have any idea what maker it is from or what general price I should try to sell it at. She played it in many orchestras and other cellists thought it had a wonderful sound. Any help you could provide would be wonderful! Thank you. -Jonathan
  5. Hello guys, first topic in this forum so here's a quick introduction: I'm Brazilian, living in Munich, and for many years i've been meddling with small instrument repairs, fittings bridges etc. Recently i've decided to take things a little bit more serious and started putting pieces together for a personal workshop. For a few months i've been doing setup and restoration for a few instruments and have a couple violins on the way of my own making Now back to business: I've just come into possession of a Schuster & CO violin that had the top NAILED to the lower block, which resulted
  6. Just incase anybody has a hole burning in their pocket, I should perhaps point out that this: http://cgi.ebay.at/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=331141504486 isn’t a Johann Adam Schönfelder Anno 1743, but an instrument from about 100 years later with a facimile (fake) label. The very early Neukirchener are very few and far between, and much nicer, and would, as I have pointed out time and time again, have the label on the inside of the treble middle rib,and not in the “normal” place.
  7. So I was hoping, with the help of experienced people, that I could make this topic into a checklist that you can have when trying to identify where your grandpa's Stradivarius, Grandma's Guadagnini, or that fiddle you found in the attic was made. I will list a few places, and if anyone want to share some of their time, please say what the traits would be for the violin. Most of what I used so far has been posted by Jacob Saunders in other threads. If I made a mistake with the categorizing, please note that the mistake is my fault. I will include all the quotes in Post # 2, as reference to who
  8. Hey all, My fiancée is a fine young violinist, and between her and myself, violins of all sorts seem to find their way into our hands. One such curiosity is what purports to be a 1784 violin, rather highly ornamented, by Johanes Christiang Hamig, or Johann Hammig as I have more commonly seen his name spelled on the net. It is in rather unfortunate shape. It bears two repairman's labels inside as well, the first reading "reperert af instrumentmager J. Hjorth, Vestergade No. 45 i Kjobenhavn 1846" and the second reading "Repaired by Frank W. Musgrave, Lebanon Oregon, Mar. 3rd 1939". There
  9. I have procured a Friedr. Wilhelm Nurnberg violin made in Markneukirchen, Germany, in 1924. It needs some repairs, I was wondering if anyone has had one of these violins and could share there experiences? Thanks.