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Dating violins

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Because they have it at the top of their game by offering great video. But their craftmanship and material has always been excellent. Although the odds are low, you might find a mysterious violin say, in your grandmother's attic that looks old enough to be antique. Handmade in a laborious process, laid paper uses linen fibers taken from recycled rags.

And as long as I'm on this line, I'd put up a contemporary violin by Reinhold Schnabl against any violin coming out of Italy today. Fine violins were also made in England, France and Germany.

One sees two tiny sloping glue joints which tell us that the neck has been lengthened. The printing was also done by hand with lead type, set with pressure onto the paper. Shiny varnish, chipped spirit varnish or perfect varnish can be seen on modern instruments. These labels are also more prone to curling and browning.

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Rather, there are other characteristics of old instruments which can be objectively evaluated. And their market value is still unfortunately underrated.

Learn all you can about violins and their history. The most important thing for us is that the scarf joint is visible on the top of the lower end of the peg box. Over the years fine violins have been modernized by having their necks lengthened. Bushed pegboxes are pegboxes where the holes for pegs have been partially filled in with wood. Then many of the Suddetendeutschen germans in Bohemia were resettled to Bubenreuth.

If the instrument has a fake bushed pegbox, such as grooves for where the bushing should be, then the instrument is fake old. The resulting assembly was glued to the old box and a new, longer fingerboard was added. Fake old instruments, such as the one to the left, have blisters, cracks and crackles that are painted into the varnish. It is the principal melody instrument in symphony orchestras and mountain string bands.