Alex Strachan Violin, Aberdeen 1933

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Alex Strachan Violin, Aberdeen 1933 Alex Strachan Violin, Aberdeen 1933 Alex Strachan Violin, Aberdeen 1933 Alex Strachan Violin, Aberdeen 1933

Alex Strachan Violin, Aberdeen 1933

Alex Strachan was the nephew and pupil of John Marshall. He took over the business after Marshall’s death in 1919, and most likely made a number of later “John Marshall” violins before branching out on his own. This particular violin shows Marshall’s influence, most obviously in the arching, the f-hole design and the varnish.

Length of back 35.8cm, stop 130/195mm, total length 59.5cm

Ref: sr04 5105


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