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Greetings to everyone, I would very much appreciate any information on Friedrich Hoyer - a maker from our notorious Klingenthal-Mkn area; 18/19 century. Mr Dilworth does not seem to know that much about him - perhaps do you? I am not publishing that many photos, as this is not an ID inquiery. But if you disagree regarding ID , please let me know...
Here I have a Maggini copy with a klingenthal maker’s or trade stamp stamped on the inside of back. It reads ‘A...something. klingenthal’ Seems like a slightly better Klingenthal fiddle - scroll is neatly done, fully blocked corners, neat linings, one piece back. Anyone have any references or thoughts?
Hi, Someone I know recently got this violin. Can anyone maybe help a bit on the value, country of origin, anything that might be helpful. The violin's neck doesnt go into the violin top, so there is no neck overstand. The button is a different shape than usual, and the arching on the back is lower and not as round as you usually see. Someone who recently saw the violin said it had a baroque neck, but shouldnt it be straight with the body then? The neck is also quite thick from bottom to top. The label seems to read "Christ Fridr Meisel aus Klingenthal" and then something that looks like "181". The label is oval shaped. I had to take the pictures quickly in bad lighting, so I hope its good enough. Thank You.