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  1. I am considering upgrading to a better violin and would appreciate help and advice from the many Maestronet experts. I'm looking at this E.H. Roth 1936 Strad 1700 reproduction at my local violin shop in Chantilly, VA. Price seems to be in line with many other E.H. Roth violins from 1920s & 1930s ($9,500). See below what Wikipedia says about gradiation of Roth violins from its 1920s catalogues. But there is no mention of a Strad 1700 reproduction in the list. Perhaps Roth started producing a reproduction of a Strad 1700 in the 1930s? Or perhaps it is Roth's student-level product and did not get graded with the other models? Do any of you know anything about the quality of a Roth Strad 1700 model? Also, would appreciate if anyone thinks this is not a genuine EH Roth violin and why. Thank for the help. The following are the standard gradations as listed in the 1920s Roth catalogues - the closer to the top of the list, the higher the quality of the violin: - XIR: copy of either Stradivari or Guarneri, often made to order for specific well-known artists (look for an extra label inside the violin stating the commissioner's name) and always hand-signed across the main label by Roth himself (a guarantee of highest grade Roth instruments) - XR: copy of Stradivari 1725 - IXR: copy of Guarneri 1736 - VIIIR: copy of Stradivari 1724 - VIIR: copy of Stradivari 1722 - VIR: copy of Guarneri 1732 - VR: copy of Ruggieri - IVR: copy of Stradivari 1718 - IIIR: copy of Amati - IIR: copy of Guarneri 1734 - IR: copy of Stradivari 1714
  2. Here is a cello I am slowly working on... a few questions: the corner blocks are rounded off prior to meeting the corners, is this indicative of a quick workshop job with an outside mold? And, I can see there is a label underneath, but why cover with a standard ER Roth label?
  3. I recently bought a 1930 G.A. Ficker violin, Strad model 147A. It has a really good sound, very pleased with it. While I can find model info on E.H. Roth’s Violins (Ficker is Roth’s cousin with whom he opened their 1902 shop) I can’t find any information about the Ficker model #’s / grades. Any info would be appreciated.
  4. After rabbit-tracking onto older Maestronet threads about authenticating Roths, Ebay spam below appeared in our Inbox (obviously we're being tracked!). We are NOT interested, just curious if this would be one of signed-label G.del Gesus by Roth. Google search popped up two newspaper entries from 1928 about Mr. Yehle, violinist in Missouri, commissioning Roth to make instrument; and census data, names and dates, line up with current Kansas sellers. Again, not pursuing, only curious. http://m.ebay.com/itm/311379626941?ul_ref=http%3A%2F%2Frover.ebay.com%2Frover%2F4%2F0%2F8%3Feecl%3D1%26eesi%3DUS%26i%3D1a9c310c3bfIId4c17II13e453II1a9c30f4573II1%26eepc%3D%2F311379626941%26bu%3D43167978961%26segname%3DB0FE698-00%26crd%3D20150617140058%26emParams%3Di%26sojTags%3Demid%253Dbu%252Csegname%253Dsegname%252Ccrd%253Dcrd%26srcrot%3D0%26rvr_id%3D0&_mwBanner=1
  5. http://www.ebay.com/itm/ESTATE-FIND-Vintage-German-Violin-Ernst-Heinrich-Roth-1927-/380927524665?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item58b10cbf39 I think this person got extremely lucky at an Estate Sale
  6. Hello, I've been searching the Roth threads on this site and others and haven't found an answer to my question yet. I have a violin with a label that reads "Ernst Heinrich Roth Markneukirchen anno 1925 Copie Antonio Stradivarius" and has a stamp in the middle of the back that reads "Ernst Heinrich Roth Markneukirchen" in an oval pattern. The previous owner's deceased father bought it in the UK sometime in the 1920s (I assume no earlier than 1925). However, there is no serial number and there are no other markings. I am trying to find out whether this is an authentic Roth, and also what model it may be. Does anyone have information on this particular type of Roth label?
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