RARE 1721 Antonius Stradivarius VIOLIN ~ Cremona 1721Description :
This rare and valuable Violin is 288 years old. It is a re-production of an Antonius Stradivarius. It was re-produced by Alfred Zapf in 1721. Using a flashlight I could see the words inside the violin as follows…On the top of the printed label, it says…..Reproduced by Alfred Zapf……below that it says…Reproduction of an Antonius Stradivarius……below that it says……Cremona 1721. T is a round symbol off to the left. I can’t read the top and lower print, too small for these old eyes. The center print on the symbol was a little larger so it could be read. It says “Tested & Approved”. This Violin is 286 years old and dis-colored, which should be able to be corrected by re-finishing. The Strings on the Violin and Bow are broken. My small town doesn’t have the Professionals capable of restoring this Violin. This Violin has been handed down through my family for many generations. My Dad received this family violin in the early 1940’s and it was very old then. From what I understand, a Stradivarius was re-produced in the 1920’s but this isn’t one of them. It is stored in a NEW Violin Case. BE SURE YOU WANT THIS VIOLIN BEFORE YOU BID, AS IT IS NON RE-TURNABLE.
A new violin case was bought in which to store the violin and bow. Large Picture isn't shown. Violin is pictured on the case.
S/H 50.00 includes insurance. If shipping and insurance is less than $50.00, you will receive a shipping refund of the difference by Paypal the same day it is shipped.
SHIPPING: $50.00 If shipping and insurance is less, then you will receive a shipping refund of the difference by Paypal the same day it is shipped. It will be packed very carefully to prevent any damage.
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