Antonio Stradivari ‘Dancla’ violin 1708 poster

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The 1708 ‘Dancla’ Stradivari is an exceptional violin from the middle of the maker’s so-called ‘golden period’. It perfectly represents Antonio Stradivari’s later experiments while also embodying some rare characteristics. This poster not only boasts full-length, actual-size photographs by Jan Röhrmann, but also CT scans, thickness and arching maps, and full measurements. 

‘The archings are consistent in height and curve in a violin of strong visual impact – a powerful, bold look for which Stradivari was striving from the turn of the century, especially from 1707’ – Alberto Giordano in the July 2017 edition of The Strad

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