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Violins for Sale in our Santa Clara, California showroom

One of our Favorite violins. Sweet and balanced. c.1944 by Curt Zeidler, Krappitz OR. German/Polish

A very sweet and lovely sounding antique violin from Austria, Late 18th Century

Charles Claudot, circa 1830 from Mirecourt, France. L.O.B.355

Imperial Branded Violin from Japan, c.1920. L.O.B. 358

Handmade American Violin from 1932 by George Blair. Spokane, Washington

An antique American violin from Joseph Winner, 1860. Length of back 366mm. Guarneri pattern.

A beautiful and powerful antique American Violin from Allen S. Martin, 1918

German Viola, 15.25″

An antique French violin from the early 1900’s with a Hill & Sons label. Made in Mirecourt

A modern Italian violin (2013) by Alessandro Ceciliati from Ferrara

This antique Saxon violin has the most extreme arching we have seen to date. “Archie”! 

A beautifully antiqued violin by Karl Weigandt – Signed under top. Brunndöbra, Germany.

An early American violin made by Asa Warren White. Signed November 1875. “Number 143”. Built in Boston, Mass.

A beautifully preserved 1961 E.H. Roth violin from Erlangen, Germany. Model VIII R

2015 (New) Italian violin from the shop of Schudtz in Cremona, Italy. Made by Andrea Solzi. Comes with certificate

A very responsive, powerful and balanced violin made in 1929.  By Heinrich Th. Heberlein, Jr., Markneukirchin, Germany. A copy of a Stradivarius from 1718.

From the Markneukirchen, Germany workshop of Otto Brückner comes this balanced and lively violin born in 1939.

A very powerful French violin from Augustin Claudot. Beautiful signature yellow finish. Circa 1830

Strad Model 1725 violin by Ernst Heinrich Roth. Markneukirchen, Germany 1920’s

Jean Baptiste “GRAND GERARD” violin made in Mirecourt, France – circa 1810

Rich dark cherry varnish on this Polish violin from Jaroslaw Koscielny. Mint condition, offered with case and bow. 2002.

Commercial French violin, c.1934 – Laberte Humbert Freres label. Offered with case

Early 20th Century violin with Wittner mechanical tuning pegs. Born in Mirecourt, France

A Klaus Heffler, Guaneri model 702 violin. From Germany, 2008

 A G.A. Pfretzschner Guarneri Model violin. Made in Markneukirchen, Germany. 1920’s

An American Violin, Born in the Early 1900’s. (No label)

Jon. Bap. Schweitzer label, circa 1900. A violin from Markneukirchin, Germany.

A French violin made in Mirecourt. Late 19th Century. Gorgeous golden blonde varnish

A beautiful violin by Josef Holpuch. Made in Luby, Czech Republic, 2006

A fine violin imported by Lyon and Healy. Born in Marneukirchen, Germany. Circa 1900

Early 20th Century copy of a violin by Francios Barzoni. Made in Markneukirchen, Germany

A unique sounding antique violin born in the Wien region, Bohemian / Klingenthal, 1770’s. Bogler Label. Possibly by J.C. Leidolff

A Clement & Weise, Strad model #120 violin. Born in Bubenreuth, Germany, 2001

A beautiful antique violin, Circa 1820. Born in the Vogtland region of Germany

An excellent violin imported  by the Rudolph Wurlitzer Company. Born in Markeukirchen, 1900’s

Mirecourt France, Circa 1830. A Fine French violin by Augustin Claudot

An E.H. Roth copy of a Strad violin from the year 1700; Model 120R. Bubenreuth, Germany 1968.

A Czech violin made in Schönbach in the early 1900’s. Imported and labeled by Horsteiner. Beautiful brown varnish

Early 20th Century copy of a 1714 Stradivari model violin. Grafted neck. Markneukirchen, Germany

A 1965 E.H. Roth model IR violin. Reproduction of a Stradivari from 1714. Made in Bubenreuth, Erlangen, Germany

Strad Model 1700 violin By Ernst Heinrich Roth. 1954, Erlangen, Bubenreuth Germany

An American violin by Charles E. Farley, Boston Massachusetts, 1920. American woods, orange brittle oil varnish, one piece back, wide grain top, seamed 2 piece neck

A beautiful antique violin from 1845 by F.W. Gutmann. Blasewitz, Dresden Germany

John Juzek “Master Art” Label, model #64 violin. From 1920 in Prague, Czechoslavakia

E.H. Roth IXR copy of Josef Guarnerius 1736 model violin. From 1918, Markneukirchin, Germany

EXCELSIOR! A Great violin by Alfred Moritz from 1888. Markeukirchen, Germany

A very nice violin from Paris, France. Charles J.B. Collin-Mezin GRAND SOLISTE no.31 “Le Victorieux”

A mid-1800’s violin from the Klingenthal region. Marked “F C G” inside

Otto Hausmann 1950’s violin from Mittenwald, Germany. Label is “Viotoni”

A responsive and powerful violin from Mirecourt, France. Born early 1900’s.

An American Violin manufactured by Robert Glier, Cincinnati, Ohio. Circa 1895

A Strad model 1714 from Salvador Durro, 1920’s. Markneukirchen, Germany

JTL violin made in Mirecourt, France. Circa 1890’s. Nicholas Duchene label

A German violin from the 1970’s. Copy of Stradivarius #1713

Lowendahl. German / Czech violin

Paulus and Kruse label 1920’s Markneukirchen violin

From in Markneukirchen, Germany, 1971. A copy of a 1716 Strad violin by Otto Brückner

An American violin by Louis Krieckhaus, St. Louis, Missouri

A 1937 Otto Brückner violin made in Markneukirchen, Germany

A German copy of a 1713 Strad violin model from the mid 1900’s

A gorgeous Early 20th Century violin with Wittner mechanical pegs. German, no label

20th Century German violin (no label). Medium flame throughout. Antiqued. Very good original condition.

1998 “Sofia Grande” by Moroslov Tsonev. Model 159, Bulgarian Violin

A French 3/4 size violin from Mirecourt. Possibly Augustin Claudot, or school (no label). Circa 1850

A French 3/4 size violin with a German repair label. Circa 1900, Mirecourt.

Early 1900’s German 3/4 size violin from Markneukirchen. 1716 Strad model