German Markneukirchen Workshop violin


Inventory no.:Antonius Stradivarius 1710 4/4 PY.359.KC.S 3/12 05/23
Maker:German Markneukirchen violin
Region: Germany
Year: c.1930
Tone: Warm, Clean, Rich In Overtones.



This vintage violin hails from the esteemed German violin making town of Markneukirchen, radiating a timeless beauty that dates back to 1930. Crafted in the style of the flat-arched design and inspired by the prominent Stradivari models, this violin symbolizes the excellence that emanated from Markneukirchen and garnered international acclaim.


The top of the violin showcases an elegant flat arching, meticulously fashioned from beautiful, medium-grained spruce, adorned with captivating patterns. Its eye-catching back and ribs exhibit an intriguing texture, complemented by a remarkably transparent, yellow-brown varnish, bearing gentle signs of age and a graceful patina. The instrument’s purfling stands as a testament to its quality, accentuating its pristine condition and exhibiting subtle traces of use, befitting its age.


Restored to playing condition in our workshop, this violin eagerly awaits its next performance. Its sound resonates with clarity, warmth, and maturity, radiating a brilliant richness of overtones that captivates listeners and evokes a sense of time-honoured beauty.

Audio Sample

Title: Bruch Violin Concerto no.1, first movement


*Percentages shown below are an accurate indicator of the violin’s respective characteristics among TMX’s collection of violins.

Clean 90%
Warm 90%
Rich In Overtones 90%


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