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 A beautiful and Interesting violin circa 1790.

This is an authentic and early master violin made circa 1790. (with Rampal certiifcate).

From the golden age. of French violin making, end 18th century.

A very fine violin with a beautiful patina/varnish.

Beautiful and super rare skilled whalebone purfling,  Wears old label :

Hendrik Jacobs me fecit in Amsterdam.

The top plate was dendrochronologically dated (Peter Ratcliff) to the year circa 1790 and attributed, to be French,

used by makers like Vincenzo Panormo (his Paris period), Joseph Gaffino and Andrea Castagneri.

This violin is made of very fine selected wood - a very nice flamed one-piece back, made of, nicely maple, 
flamed ribs and a good carved scroll. 

Interesting purfling.

This violin produces a warm, powereful and rich tone, with plenty of personality and projection. 
The violin comes with a new set of strings and a new chinrest, tailpiece. 

The violin comes with a reliable certificate from Paris- included. 

It has some old repairs but is in a playable condition.

LOB: ca 359 mm (4/4).

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Leopold Renaudin violin - 1790

US$ 6.000,00
Product code: V123
US$ 6.000,00
Leopold Renaudin violin - 1790 is available for purchase in increments of 1

Interesting French violin circa 1790 with whalebone purfling.

Additional Information
Makers name Vincenzo Panormo, Andrea Castagneri, Francois Gavinies
Date 1790
Length of back 359
Color reddish/brown
Country of Manufacture Frankrijk
Accessories Supplied No