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James Sanford

Marc Laberte violin

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I recently came across this violin and am considering buying it.  The seller is an individual and it is not Ebay so I have little reason to doubt the description but I thought that I would ask for thoughts from you.


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It looks very typical early Laberte Workshops, though the label isn't a common one - one would more normally see these with a "modele d'apres" Stradivari label.

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