Ernst Heinrich Roth, Bubenreuth-Erlangen 1973 Violin

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  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Mar 03,2008
  • Channel: Online Auction

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Ernst Heinrich Roth, Bubenreuth-Erlangen 1973

Reproduction Of Antonius Stradivarius Cremona 1700

Serial # B3 0859 This auction is for an Ernst Heinrich Roth, Bubenreuth-Erlangen 1973 violin. It has the Roth manufacture information burnt into the shell inside. It appears to be in good condition showing some wear and a scratch (see pictures). It will be sold with the case also pictured. I do not play and can not give much information other than what is already listed. I am willing to try to answer any questions you may have.

The information inside is as follows:

"Ernst Heinrich Roth, Bubenreuth - Erlangen" B3 0859 "Made In West Germany" "Reproduction of Antonius Stradivarius Cremona 1700"

The case is used and shows wear and scratches as well.

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