the body is 14 inches long without the neck. the over all length is 24 inches, the width is 8 inches at its widest point
As long i can remember it belong to my Grandfather who played it before that i dont know but inside there is a foreign language maybe German with the date 1905 anit can still be played only needs to be tuned
Thank you for contacting Mearto with your appraisal inquiry. Based on the photographs and description provided, the subject of this appraisal is an Anton Bachmann-made Violin, circa 1905 in Germany. According to the current owner, the piece was acquired via inheritance.
The body measures 14 inches long, overall length is 24 inches, and its width is 8 inches at its widest point. The piece is accompanied by a vintage case with green lining and two bows. The condition of the violin itself appears to be good, used, unrestored condition.
In 2013, a similar A. Bachmann violin sold via Skinner for $840. In consideration of the factors noted, a Fair Market Value (pre-auction estimate) of this violin would be estimated at $750 to $1000.
The Paesold and Bausch bows each have an estimated value of approximately $250 to $500.