Stradivarius Violin

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880 Geneva Ave Columbus OH. 43223 USA
Description from user:

Printed in the instrument: Antoniass Stradivarius cremonefus faciebat anno 17 made in Germany there is also a circle with a cross and Intials AS

My grandmother owned this item

Answered within 4 days
By Denizalp D.
Nov 24, 14:19 UTC
Fair Market Value
$100 - $250 USD
Suggested Asking Price $200 USD
What does this mean?

Hello Deanne ,

I’m very glad that you chose Mearto for your online appraisal,

Considering the photographs, overall pattern, style and the model, I concluded that this is a Semi-Antique "Antoniass Stradivarius Cremonefus Faciebat Anno 17.." labeled violin. The piece dates back to the period from 1930 to 1950. The piece and it's similars were sort of copies in style of original piece by the well known 18th century violin master, Antonio Stradivari. He lived and produced unique, exquisite violins in Italy, Cremona. The original pieces from him catches prices up to 3.5 Million Dollars in auction. Of course this one of yours is a later copy marked with his pseudo label but not to forge but to indicate that the piece was designed in his style based on his pieces. The piece has a warm, redwood toned varnish. The piece is accompanied by a case as well. The piece is in good condition with visible signes of use and age.

Semi-Antique Violin.

Dimensions: Unknown.

Condition: The piece is in good condition with visible signes of use and age.

Provenance: Inherited from the current owner's grandmother.


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