Luigi Salsedo, Naples 1939

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A violin of the Luigi Salsedo type, labeled Andreas Renisto. There’s some confusion about the origin of these instruments, with many still being sold as Italian trade instruments – in fact they were sourced in the white from W. Hoyer in Schoenbach and varnished and labelled by Jim Tait of Kelso, Scotland.

Length of back 36cm, stop 131/195 mm, total length 59.9cm

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