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10/25/2020 08:34 AM
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OLD GERMAN VIOLIN (C. HAVEMANN) WITH CASE

Age. Old but unsure
Composition. Wood
Size. 24 long
Rating: 7
Comments. There is a David Christian Havemann paper label in the interior but we are unsure if the violin is original or a reproduction. It has a solid neck, hollow body with large F holes, chin rest as well as tailpiece, matching tuning pegs and a nice scroll at the top. There is some vertical scratched in Oriental lettering on the back. The woods finish has wear, small missing spots and scratches/scrapes. This violin is in sturdy shape with no apparent breaks having normal use wear, has some wood wear, a thin wood split on the lower bout on the front left and has some small chips. It comes with a 28 long unmarked bow that has mother-of-pearl accent pieces and needs to be re-strung Also included is a hardbody case, an extra tailpiece, an extra bridge and some rosin. Need some work before your next virtuoso.

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