‘Muir-Mackenzie’ Stradivari violin 1694 poster

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A fine example of a long-pattern Stradivari, showing a marked divergence from the Amati pattern. Includes measurements.

‘With the exception of a small repair to the pegbox, the violin has suffered no structural damage in almost three hundred years. Indeed, the inside work is so fresh that it has almost the shocking appearance of a modern copy’ – Roger Hargrave in the December 1985 issue

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Weight 0.1 kg
Dimensions 63 x 42 cm
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