Stolen Instrument

Germany
Germany
Posted: 03 Jan 2013

A violin by Carlo Ferdinando Landolfi, Milan, 1759

A violin by Carlo Ferdinando Landolfi, Milan, 1759, pic 1
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Stolen: 21 Dec 2012 - ca. 24:00 - in the train near Hanover (Nethersaxony, Germany)

I forgot my violin in the train! We immediately phoned the Deutsche Bahn, but when the train-driver went throgh the whole train in order to find it only three stops later, it was already picked! I alarmed all the lost-property-offices but until now - nothing! The case is a red GEWA idea 2.2 (?) and includes also two bows, colophone, black handwarmers and a Kun shoulder rest, as well as a lot of music by Mozart, Schumann and others.
Description of Instrument:
A violin by Carlo Ferdinando Landolfi, Milan, 1759, bearing the label: Carlo Ferdinando Landolfi, 1759. One-piece back, lightly craquelled varnish of a red colour on a golden brown ground, length of body 356 mm (14 in.)
Owner:
C Bodin






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