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Paulo Maggini – Trade Violin

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A fine specimen of a Maggini trade violin with great potential for a discerning violinist in the making. It is on our list of things to do with a complete rebuilt intended for a new lease on life. It has pleasing flame and overall shape with decent workmanship all round.

This violin can be bought as is or completely restored to a sense of perfection.

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Weight 3 kg
Dimensions 90 × 40 × 25 cm
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