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“French? Italian?...” such indifference! I do think it’s missing “German?” I believe it is an early 20th century German VSO. That edging is flat as a pancake.
I can't place the f holes. Wonderful Sound, Strange Shape. At about 4:58 the video below it is side splitting funny. According to the blurb, there is a whole area of violin history of which I was unaware. Q for MNrs: I have not seen any of Nicholas Marty's (short for Martiin ?) instruments for sale or at auction. Is he related to Mr. Swan ? Are there any of Marty's instruments around? Still worth playing? Who was Antonio Stella bottom tile? I fear I still have much to learn... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=adkWiJA9xR0 Here's the extended, second video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=adkWiJA9xR0 There's a sound clip at the end of the violin playing. Apparently Ashens reviews toy products sent to him. And the luthier for this VSO used a Chinese copy of google translate? Which wasn't working very well? The kid on the cover does need to work on his bow grip, however - his/hers is neither Russian nor FB. Jacob: No chance this violin is from MKN, I believe. Wrong fluting, and no purfling. I think this violin would be perfect for bassclef.