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Need help, violin with branding on the back

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Does anyone recognize the brand on the back of this violin? It also has a fake graft on the neck but, overall a nice fiddle.

Thanks for your help.

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This is school. Every wonderful picture here could describe an attribution to an era and "country" though region would be more proper? From the button, nose, back and fluting of the scroll, f- holes, varnish or lack of, corners, purfling, fingerboard? In the 90s, this type of violin was our bread-and-butter instrument at the shop. But i assumed it was early 20th century... we should have charged more.

It would take away a bit from the art to give away all the clues but anyone willing to elaborate? 

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On 10/31/2019 at 7:10 PM, GoPractice said:

This is school. Every wonderful picture here could describe an attribution to an era and "country" though region would be more proper? From the button, nose, back and fluting of the scroll, f- holes, varnish or lack of, corners, purfling, fingerboard? In the 90s, this type of violin was our bread-and-butter instrument at the shop. But i assumed it was early 20th century... we should have charged more.

It would take away a bit from the art to give away all the clues but anyone willing to elaborate? 

The features of MK/Sch violins have been discussed and shared many times on Maestronet. 

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