French made Violin, circa 1900

    French made Violin, circa 1900

    $1,500.00

    French-made Violin, circa 1900. This is one of many of Animato Strings' largest selections of new and old stringed instruments in Australia, including Asian-hand-made, European, U.S., Australian, and Antique stringed instruments. Added to the list are the original Animato String brands.

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    French-made Violin Dated circa 1900

    This French-made Violin, circa 1900 is one of many of Animato Strings' largest selections of new and old stringed instruments in Australia, including Asian-hand-made, European, U.S., Australian, and Antique stringed instruments. Added to the list are the original Animato String brands.

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