4/4 size-joff glitter geigenbaumeister german violin (1940?)

Nov 09, 2018. 03:13 UTC
4/4 Size-Joff Glitter Geigenbaumeister German Violin (1940?) Item images 2f1541733287176 c3c88vghrjj 01fbd0ed8299d602eea4e7a290193819 2f20181108 155245 Item images 2f1541733287485 ilq5ktbhe0r 01fbd0ed8299d602eea4e7a290193819 2f20181108 155605 Item images 2f1541733287009 aw09mgmzt5p 01fbd0ed8299d602eea4e7a290193819 2f20181108 155315 Item images 2f1541733287769 amp3nwma194 01fbd0ed8299d602eea4e7a290193819 2f20181108 155216 Item images 2f1541733287640 mit858x6c8 01fbd0ed8299d602eea4e7a290193819 2f20181108 155846
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I'm not sure of the specific measurements. Possibly in the area of the standard measurements for a full size violin. 23"H x 4"6/8W (middle-center width)x 1.5"D


Seller states he bought the violin at an estate sale and is selling it for $350. I'm interested in purchasing this violin if it's a quality violin and if the tone is mellow and rich. Determined by playing. Looking to upgrade my violin [label Profesor Paluch-German] to a good sounding, intermediate violin.

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$600 - $900 (United States Dollar)
Answered within about 3 hours
Nov 09, 06:12 UTC
By Klaus

Thank you for submitting your item for appraisal. This appears to be german violin from Mittenwald. Acccording to the label made by Josef Bitterer (1902-1977), most likely mid 20th century 1950s.
There are very few auction results available. But someone who was able to become a Geigenbaumeister ( master craftsman) in the center of violin production must have produced excellent musical instruments. I saw retail prices reaching up to more than 2500 USD. For obvious reasons I can´t tell you whether the sound is mellow and rich. I would advise you to give the seller a call and listen.

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