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A Violin by Romeo Antoniazzi

Cremona, 1910

The importance of the makers of the Antoniazzi family on 20th century violin making cannot be overstated. Their collective efforts brought violin making in Italy to heights not seen since 17th and 18th century Cremona, making their work highly sought after. This violin, the property of a professional violinist for the past decade, is no exception. Exceptional in tone and projection, as well as condition, this violin would be an excellent violin for a serious professional musician.

Length of back: 35.5

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