Josef Kreuzinger Violin Germany 1924

    Josef Kreuzinger Violin Germany 1924


    This is a Josef Kreuzinger Violin Made in Germany around 1924. Josef Kreuzinger was a German luthier whose works were deemed as excellent and professional.

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    Josef Kreuzinger Violin made in Germany around 1924 

    Josef Kreuzinger was born in 1904. He worked in Markneukirchen Germany in about 1940. His works were deemed as excellent and professional.

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