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Vanessa
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21/11/2004
09:58:17
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Hi.

Just want to know more about these 4 makers

Girolamo Trucco Fabbricante di Chatarre, Arpe e Violini In Savona 1888

Francois Salzard, Paris

Paul Lorange, luthier à Marseille 1932 No 46

F. Breton brevete de S.A.R.Mme La DUCHESSE D´ANGOULEME A. Mirecourt, 1843

Are these good makers? I currently have a F. Breton violin. Do you know its value?

Also, I am interested to know more about violins from Markneukirchen, Klingenthal and Mittenwald. How are the violins made in these places compared to the French Mirecourts in terms of quality and sound?

Thanks very much for your help.

Vanessa



Tom
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28/11/2004
09:52:24
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I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW ABOUT THE f BRETON VIOLINS AS WELL COULD YOU LET ME KNOW IF YOU GET ANY INFORMATION ON THEM PLEASE


farhad ghorbani
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19/1/2005
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Dear
I`m Farhad Ghorbani from Iran and I have playend violin for 8 years (ancient style)
I`m interested in making it . please gvide me in the field as soon as possibli. Thaks for your helping.
With best reyords
F.GH.



Graham
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19/1/2005
22:02:31
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Hello Farhad,
Please refer to my Links page where you will find many resources and books to help you in your quest to make a violin. The Wake books are very helpful.
Thanks
Graham


vinnie
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24/1/2005
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hi i have a violin marked salzard branded on the back where the body meets the neck heel. it is also writen on the inside in print francois salzard which at first looked like it was on the wood but i think it may be a paper label.how do i tell if it is a real one or not,and if so is it worth much?? thanx alot


vinnie
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24/1/2005
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hi i have a violin marked salzard branded on the back where the body meets the neck heel. it is also writen on the inside in print francois salzard which at first looked like it was on the wood but i think it may be a paper label.how do i tell if it is a real one or not,and if so is it worth much?? thanx alot


Miss Bach
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26/1/2005
08:17:36
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Hi Vanessa,

I happen to play on a F. Breton etc. violin from 1890. Its value is estimated to be somewhat higher than 1000 euro. I can tell you that it has a really warm and full sound -not only do I myself think so, but I got similar reactions from different people-.
I hope I helped you a bit.


stevee miller
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07/5/2005
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Hi, I have a salzard violin also. It is branded at the button, with dark red "French " varnish. A large strad model. Do you know it's value? thanks , Steve


Jim Farkas
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29/7/2005
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I have a violin marked on back where the neck meets the body.Also when you look inside there is aprinteed lable which reads-Antonius Stradivarius Cremona Faciebat anno 1723. The 23 is hand writon.?


Gordon
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31/7/2005
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Hi Jim,

Please take the time to read some of the other hundreds of messages, then you'll see that you have a copy.

Regards,
Gordon


Ray
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05/11/2005
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I have a Berton,brevete die S.M.G violin. I could not find the year of it is manufactured.And also I like to know the history of this violin brand.
Please email it to me.


farhad ghorbani
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18/11/2005
23:18:45
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Hi dear graham
Thanks for you E-mail
I would like to make violin instrument but I can`t afford it.
Please send to me catalogue , price about it and your accounting number.
with besd wisles
F.GH




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