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France
Posted: 08 Nov 2019

A very fine certified French violin by Jean-Francois Aldric (Paris, 1829)

A very fine certified French violin by Jean-Francois Aldric (Paris, 1829), pic 1
A very fine certified French violin by Jean-Francois Aldric (Paris, 1829), pic 2
A very fine certified French violin by Jean-Francois Aldric (Paris, 1829), pic 3
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Price: 45000 euros

Violin in perfect condition, made by the legendary Parisian luthier Jean-François Aldric (1765-1843) in 1829.

This is a magnificent instrument, either for a collector or for a discerning musician seeking a violin with superb tonal qualities and response.

360 mm on the back. Gorgeous red varnish on a gold base typical of 19th c. French violins. Back in one piece from very choice wood. Original label and neck.

Certification: Certificate of authenticity signed by Serge Boyer in Paris in February 2016.

Includes new case and a new copy of the book by Serge Boyer, Les Trésors de la lutherie française du XIXe siècle (1993), showing violins by Aldric and his contemporaries in actual size.

Buyer pays shipping cost of 50 euros within France or 100 euros outside of France, plus the actual insurance cost.
Certification: Certification: Certificate of authenticity signed by Serge Boyer in Paris in February 2016.
Seller:
Robert Adelson






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