Luigi Salsedo Violin 1928

Luigi Salsedo Violin 1928

Here’s another lovely Salsedo violin from 1928, slightly bigger and bolder than the other example we have. The main difference is that it’s red not yellow…
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Julius Hubička Violin, Prague 1943

Julius Hubička Violin, Prague 1943

This is an exceptional example of the work of Julius Hubička, a highly productive but maddeningly inconsistent maker of the early 20th century. This particular violin ticks all the boxes – great sound, great condition, great price.
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Vladimir Pilar Violin, Hradec Kralove 1982

Vladimir Pilar Violin, Hradec Kralove 1982

This is a lovely late example of the work of Vladimir Pilar, one of the best Czech modern makers and in my view one of the all-time greats – it’s in mint condition and the sound is outstanding.
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Vladimir Pilar Violin, Hradec Kralove 1967

Vladimir Pilar Violin, Hradec Kralove 1967

Vladimir Pilar belonged to one of the great Czech violin-making dynasties – members of this family are still active today. This is a very fine example of his best work – it’s in near mint condition and it has a tremendous solistic sound.
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Betts Workshop Violin, London circa 1820

Betts Workshop Violin, London circa 1820

It’s questionable how many violins John Betts himself made, but he employed an illustrious group of makers such as Tobin, Vincenzo and Joseph Panormo, both Bernard Simon Fendts and John Furber, along with other less well known names. Betts instruments tend to exhibit very high standards of craftsmanship and tone.
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