‘Kruse’ Stradivari violin 1721 poster

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Played by Kreutzer, Maurin and Stern, the 1721 ‘Kruse’ is one of the master’s finest violins and remains in superb condition. Includes measurements

‘The back arching, pushed out by the soundpost on the treble side, is bold, as if proud of its internal illustrious signature. The front arch is longer than the back and is also fuller in the C-bouts. It bers the specific ridge or “eyebrow” at the outside border of the f-holes caused by the combination of wing fluting, full arching and f-hole edge wear.’ – Frédéric Chaudière in the June 2006 issue

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Weight 0.1 kg
Dimensions 42 x 62.5 cm
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