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Not too esoteric, I don't think. It's a Salzar (it does have a nice brand, after all), which is essentially a German factory violin (which is not a Salzard, with a "d") sold by the guy in Chicago in 1886, probably new, and misattributed to Hornsteiner (which it doesn't look a bit like, in my opinion, being a Strad model, contrary to M Hornsteiner's traditional very German model), whose name appears nowhere on the instrument (I wonder how the guy who wrote the appraisal missed the Salzar brand?)

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