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Fritz Mönnig violin, Vienna, 1924
By the age of 23, Fritz Mönnig was already a Master of the Luthier’s Guild and a highly regarded maker.
Please contact us for more details quoting number CVN1076
Rainer Beilharz, Victoria, Australia, 2019
Rainer Beilharz is one of Australia’s leading, international award winning violin makers.
This instrument has sold. CVN1061
Antonio Capella violin, Espinho, Portugal, 1975
A renowned name in modern violin making, Antonio learned the craft from his father, Domingos.
Please contact us for more details, quoting number CVN990.
Frantisek Zivec violin, Melbourne, 1956
A refined work after del Gesù and a sound investment in Australia’s cultural heritage.
This instrument has sold. CVN951.
Frantisek Zivec violin, Melbourne, 1961
One of our favourite fiddles and an eminently collectible Australian work.
Please contact us for more details, quoting number CVN933.
George Pyne violin, London c.1910
Pyne was a violinist at various theatre orchestras before being smitten by the violin making bug!
Please contact us for more details, quoting number CVN962.
Johann Ulrich Eberle violin, Prague c.1760
A lovely versatile violin; getting to know it well will be as much about the pleasure of the journey as the destination!
Please contact us for more details, quoting number CVN585.
North Tyrolean School violin, c.1750
This Tyrolean school instrument produces a sweet, gentle, warm sound.
This instrument has sold. CVN688.
Otto Petzold, Bremerhaven, Germany, 1939
Otto Hermann Petzold was taught by his grandfather, August, in Markneukirchen.
This instrument has sold. VN259.