Manighetti Violin 1938 Turin, Italy (I10)

    Manighetti Violin 1938 Turin, Italy (I10)

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    Manighetti Violin made in 1938 in Turin, Italy

    Manighetti is a Corsican word that means "sleeves." Corsica is the smallest region of metropolitan France by population.

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    Manighetti Violin made in 1938 in Turin, Italy

    Manighetti is a Corsican word that means "sleeves." Corsica is the smallest region of metropolitan France by population. So this violin was probably made by or for a French luthier in Turin, Italy in 1938.

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