Violins For Sale

Entry Level:

#1. Palatino – China, New, 4/4 – $225.00, with Ebony pegs and  Prelude steel strings – in a light case, also a  round brazilwood bow with real horsehair. Rosin and pitchpipe.   See # 29 also

 

#2.   1950s-60s Chechoslovakia  $225.00, very good condition,  warm brown with dark shading. with former owners name in decal “Malad”.    In a lightweight fitted case with brazilwood bow w/ real horsehair.

 

#3.    Viola 14”  “small” used, $300.00, German Made, by Johann Otto of Nurnberg, nice condition for this Red,Brown over Golden Yellow, Guarnerius pattern with artistic shading,  D’Addario “Helicore” strings, .   In a new lightweight fitted case with a new Brazilwood bow w/ real horsehair.  Rosin and pitchpipe

 

#4.16” Viola 1950s american,  $300.00, warm red brown varnish,  deep tone.

In a new lightweight fitted case with new Brazilwood bow w/ real horsehair.SOLD 8/10/11

 

#5. “Grottano” Romania – New, $300.00,  Red-Brown with “Corelli Crystal” strings,   All violins made in Romania come from the “Gliga Vasile” workshops.  Started right after the fall of communism, violins have been exported to our country at much lower prices than the German factory’s. and they compete with the chinese price.”  In a lightweight fitted case with Brazilwood bow w/ real horsehair.  Rosin and Gpitchpipe

 

#6.“Di Palo” China -Stradivari Grand pattern -New,  $300.00, Red-Brown with “Pirastro Tonica” strings,  Highly Flamed Maple back and sides, beautiful straight grain  Spruce Top.  Loud, powerful voice. Ebony fittings with fine tuner tailpiece.

In a lightweight fitted case with Brazilwood Bow w/ real horsehair.  Rosin and pitchpipe.

 

#19.    ¾  Gliga “genial” “new” romanian violin  $350.00, a nicer violin than the grotanno!

With “Tonica” strings.In a lightweight fitted case with Brazilwood bow w/ real horsehair.

 

#20.  ¾  german from the 60s or 70s, deep red-brown over gold with glowing tone to match. Better made violins deliver more satisfaction. Orchestra strings, With case and bow.  $350.00

 

#23.   ¾ Glaesel brand Strad pattern, modern and dependable violin in Exc.Condition with very nice case and fiberglass bow.  $600.00 when new, now used at $360.00  !!!

 

#24.   A ¾ “Cremona” used chinese violin w/ ebony pegs, case and bow, prelude strings $150.00

 

#25.      ¾ ‘30s Nippon japan, dark brown violin in Exc. Cond. w/ 8 sided bow and case. $200.00

 

#27.    ¼  Palatino brand chinese violin used. In exc cond. with case and bow.  $100.00

 

#28. ¾  1930s to 1960s golden varnish on this very fine condition German Violin, a spectacular flamed maple example, with straight grain spruce top. With nice case and bow. $300.00

 

#29.  SOLD-New Palatino w/ Ebony Pegs, Fingerboard and Chinrest  with a new bow in a SKB used case.   Only  $200.00 or add a new case $40.00 value only $25.00   –   $225.00 total SOLD!

 

More Brazilwood bows from $30.00 to 60.00     also Pernambuco bows – $90.00

 

Step – Up  Violins  from Ash Reeder – 321-751-3909

 

#7. China – Strad Grand pattern –used $275.00, Brown over Gold with highlights on this one piece deeply flamed  maple back and sides to match. The top is of close-grained spruce with lots of “bear claw” markings creating another loud sonorous toned, ebony fitted violin. With a lightweight fitted case with Brazilwood Bow w/ real horsehair.  Rosin and pitchpipe and sihon mute.  Note: a repaired neck, but very well done,  original specs.

 

#8. Old Violin: Stradivari long pattern– pre- WW-1, 100 years old.    $400.00 made in Germany, warm brown of regular quality workmanship, with “Pirastro Tonica” strings. Highly Flamed  Back , bookmatched close-grained spruce top,  warm singing tone. .  a little scratched but very good condition, No Cracks! In a lightweight fitted case with Brazilwood bow w/ real horsehair.  Rosin and mute.

 

#9. Pre WW-1,  Maggini pattern $900.00– clear Amber with darker shading, double purfling, regraduated with new bassbar,  triple turned scroll, a warm but powerful solo voice.

Boxwood carved tailpiece and chinrest, “Pirastro Tonica Strings” excellent workmanship.

In a lightweight french-fitted rectangle case with octagonal Brazilwood bow .SOLD 7/26/11

 

#10. 1830s Tyrol German “Jacob Stainer” Model with carved lion head.  $1600.00  In the best manner of  the Italian tradition.  Surviving 170 years. Almost black varnish with only a few scratches and dings. Just reassembled after 40 or more years,  the somber tone has quickly evolved into the strong carrying power needed for large rooms. The original just sold at auction at   L 205,250.00 Sothby’s  spring 2011.

 

#11. 1898 fancy inlaid mother of pearl violin.  $2000.00 with M.O.P. inlay of a flower on the fingerboard and tailpiece and  heavy inlayed back.  with rope edges, Sweet and strong tone.With case and bow.  finest Victorian age presentation.

 

#12. A Bryndle varnish on a baroque violin w/ short neck, from late 1780s to 1830s, unknown maker,  $1200.00 with the sweetest tone perfect for quartet.  With case and bow.

 

#13. 1950s german made $300.00  deep red, regular workmanship, good tone, In a lightweight fitted case with Brazilwood Bow w/ real horsehair.

 

#14. 1930s  Carlo Bergonzi model,  $800.00 – Master violin by Ernst Kruestler, Germany,  revarnished with 10 coats of hand applied oil varnish, looks new at 80 years old

In a lightweight fitted case with brazilwood bow w/ real horsehair.

 

#15. 2005 Romania,  $300.00 – brown w/dark shading, beautiful. Very good tone, In a lightweight fitted case with brazilwood Bow w/ real horsehair.  Repaired soundpost crack, KCC_MM

 

#16. Old German work $500.00  small size with large tone. Amber varnish. A good fit for a small hand. In a lightweight fitted case with 8 sided brazilwood Bow w/ real horsehair.

 

#17. German Strad 1920s or earlier, $350.00 very good condition, great tone, sweet and full,  but too many years in a hot attic has crazed the varnish!  Helicore strings, With case and bow.

 

#18. “Grotanno” Romania  $400.00 fitted with the “Perfection Pegs”.   Easy to tune geared pegs and a sweet voice to match a warm brown varnish. In a lightweight fitted case with Brazilwood bow w/ real horsehair.  The pegs make the difference.

 

#21. 7/8th  Guarnerius model, pre-WW1, $800.00 Rare Ladies Violin with gigantic tone, stunning

looks with spectacular flamed maple back and choicest spruce top. Golden yellow base w/   redbrown on top. Finest workmanshop with soloist voice!  Sold !

#22. 4/4 fine German Strad copy, pre-WW1,  $950.00   a solo violin voice with unmatched workmanship,  stunning wood selection and varnish! My favorite over the Bergonzi or the Maggini. with Helicore Strings make it sing. But, two cracks, very old and well repaired, lets us.keep the price below $1000.00

 

#26. 1890s, “Fancy Inlay” of purfling in geometric pattern  on the back of this golden-yellow base with warm brown varnished violin.  $800.00   with case and bow.

 

More Brazilwood bows from $30.00 to 60.00     also Pernambuco bows – $90.00