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Item:163368078820OFFERED HERE A VINTAGE GERMAN VIOLIN "CASPAR DA SALO" COPY I AM GUESSING 1920-1930. To myself a layman, the violin appears to be in very good condition except it needs strings a bridge and is missing one ebony tuning peg. There are a few mars but no cracks. The bow is unmarked and needs the hair replaced. The frog is made of bone and is chipped on one side the screw also bone has a crack the bows Parisian Eye is missing some of its mother of pearl inlay.The case has some material peeling from the outside but is structurally sound. The case contains a "Practice Mute." I used information on" http://get-tuned.com/parts-of-the-violin.php " to learn the nomenclature of violin components used in this listing. Please consider, before bidding or buying that the items we sell are NOT NEW. They are purchased from estate sales, garage sales or other outlets for used items. We do not know the history of them or the path they have traveled. We are not an expert on anything, but try to give you an accurate description. Please use your expertise to make the final decision on its condition, according to your standards. Please use the photos provided to make your own judgment. Please feel free to ask questions and or request additional images if you have questions or concerns. Feedback is important to us. Negative feedback neither helps nor solves problems. Please contact us with any problems and give us the opportunity to correct it before resorting to leaving negative feedback. Insurance is required on all items and is included in our shipping fees. **Please feel free to e-mail us with any questions** If you are in the area you may pick the item up at our store, Corbitt Emporium & Flea Market Antiques, 1508 Second Street, Henderson, North Carolina, at no cost to you. Thank you for looking and be sure to check our other Auctions! On Nov-15-18 at 05:26:42 PST, seller added the following information: This violin was owned by a lieutenant Co. Robert S. Moore who was the commanding officer of the 1st. Special forces in WW2. This violin was purchased in his travels in Europe.Condition:Used, Condition:To myself a layman, the violin appears to be in very good condition except it needs strings a bridge and is missing one ebony tuning peg. There are a few mars but no cracks. The bow is unmarked and needs the hair replaced., Country/Region of Manufacture:Germany, Size:Full size
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Older German Violin "caspar Da Salo" Copy With Bow And Case