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1800s French Violin+Case possible repair, restoration For Sale


1800s French Violin+Case possible repair, restoration



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1800s French Violin+Case possible repair, restoration:
$211

Hello! I've very little information on this violin with the exception of what's in the case/around it, so please bear with me. If you still have questions after reading the description, please message me and I'll do everything I can toThis is a late 1800s French made violin. It was played by my great uncle in the minneapolis symphony orchestra, and my grandmother played this in school. It was more or less sealed away in an attic for 50 years, and as you can see from one of the photos there's a crack in it, along with some wear and tear from over the years. There's some documentation that placed the value in the mid 1990s at 550$, but I'm unsure of it's validity, so we'll just start the sale at a penny shall we?I'm including the case, violin, bow, some very old unused replacement steel strings, an extra bridge, and a cleaning cloth in the sale.
Anyway, buyer pays shipping, and I'll ship within a business day of final checkout. I only accept paypal, and I only ship to the continental United States. Buyer pays shipping. Thank you for looking, and good luck offerding!!!!!

On Aug-30-11 at 17:48:49 PDT, seller added the following information:

Hello! I've very little information on this violin with the exception of what's in the case/around it, so please bear with me. If you still have questions after reading the description, please message me and I'll do everything I can toThis is a early 1900s Henry Farny et Cie violin. It was played by my great uncle in the minneapolis symphony orchestra, and my grandmother played this in College. It was more or less sealed away in an attic for 50 years, and as you can see from one of the photos there's a crack in it, along with some wear and tear from over the years. There's some documentation that placed the value in the mid 1990s at 550$, but I'm unsure of it's validity, so we'll just start the sale at a penny shall we?I'm including the case, violin, bow, some very old unused replacement steel strings, an extra bridge, and a cleaning cloth in the sale.
Anyway, buyer pays shipping, and I'll ship within a business day of final checkout. I only accept paypal, and I only ship to the continental United States. Buyer pays shipping. Thank you for looking, and good luck offerding!!!!!EDIT: THIS IS FROM THE VERY EARLY 1900s, NOT THE LATE 1800s!!!! It's aHenry Farny et Cie, and it's MOST LIKELY from the very early 1900s. It's been claimed independently by two family members that it was played in the Minnesota Symphony Orchestra, and there are no cracks in addition to the single crach in the neck.


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