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  1. Dear BassClef, Here are some photos of my Luigi Azzola violin from 1916 as promised.
  2. Tiene 35,5 de largo, ancho superior 16,8, ancho inferior 20,5 y 11,2 en el centro. En el interior hay un VP marcado con fuego dentro de un óvalo. En el botón también. Está certificado por la primera mitad del XIX e Italia, pero su origen es incierto. Quizás de alguna escuela del norte de Italia. Muchas gracias de antemano por tu ayuda. ps He tomado las fotos siguiendo las instrucciones de este foro y usando un Flash externo rebotado sobre un fondo negro. Galería de fotos Full Resolution Muestra de sonido https://drive.google.com/file/d/1yw5xqj7joLMpHE9BQ8SDSaU0F_2LU4kQ/view?usp=sharing
  3. Hi all, this is my first post in this forum. I have come across this violin which is labelled to be made by Virgilio Capellini in Cremona in 1949 with a handwritten note on the back of the inside. It would be great if you can give your views about this violin, whether the violin is italian or not, and a possible price estimate for it. Thanks a lot in Advance! Satanik.
  4. what would one charge for a violin like this ? It has all the Characteristics needed for a soloist instrument. ( sound and projection wise) .
  5. http://www.ebay.com/itm/252719050928?_trksid=p2055119.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT Hello, all, this is my first post here. Just had a question: Is there a possibility that this violin may be an Italian? It has an interesting branding on the inside, which seems to be a stamp, stating that it was made in Genoa, in the year 1832. Could this be a factory or trade German or Italian instrument? Thanks
  6. Very interesting violin, similar to Italian. Has restorative etiquette: Carl Jaeger. Geigenmacher. rep. Hildersheim 1886 Has a buttery sound. sounds just curled! I am interested in everything there is to know about the origin of the violin. Also, the cost of a violin. I would be grateful for any information.
  7. Hello, new member here (long time viewer) I recently had repaired a violin labelled: Giuseppe De Bernardi Fece Genova Anno 1907 Love the sound. quite mellow under the ear but good projection so much that its become my primary instrument. he appears in Lutgendorff's book but only as a maker of mandolins. My luthier doubts whether he made the instrument as he said the quality was outstanding in all aspects and has valued it for me based on the sound and quality of construction. He suspects it could be from another local maker in Genova and mr. Bernardi has just kindly attributed the violin to himself to sell in his own shop. The other theory was that perhaps instruments were bought/traded at a trade fair held in Genova in 1906 (of which Fagnola was known to have attended). Next trip overseas may get it checked out in London or New York.... I'm in Australia and no real experts here IMO. So i am quite curious to others opinion on it? is the maker bogus? or similar to other makers who he could have aquired it from? thoughts? opinions? thanks Andre
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