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Fussen violins vs. Mittenwald violins


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11 minutes ago, jacobsaunders said:

I think you will find that a mortise and a bevel are two different things

Of course, I am at best a novice, knowing virtually nothing about violin-making.

That is the reason I am here for your insights.

BTW, attached a few new ones (Did I take too many unnecessary photos:unsure:)

Once again, thank you for all insights from you and others, I learnt quite a bit.

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On 4/30/2022 at 6:15 PM, zhiyi_zhang617 said:

Searched online, and found some similarities with those of Albani school.

Since it is clearly old, but highly unlikely a Markie, and unlikely a South German, I just can not help to wonder it might just possibly be an Italian, especially from one of the areas with connection to Fussen?!B) At least, I am not so sure we are able to rule out such a possibility.

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