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Stradivari Model Violin, Markneukirchen and/or
Schönbach (Luby), ca. 1880-1910

NMM 4354.  Front view of violin, Markneukirchen and/or Schönbach (Luby),  ca. 1880-1910 NMM 4354.  Side view of violin, Markneukirchen and/or Schönbach (Luby),  ca. 1880-1910 NMM 4354.  Back view of violin, Markneukirchen and/or Schönbach (Luby),  ca. 1880-1910

NMM 4354. Violin, Markneukirchen and/or Schönbach (Luby), ca. 1880-1910. Printed paper label with single line border, the last two years written in black ink: Antonius Stradiuarius Cremonenſis / Faciebat Anno 1722 [Stradivari monogram]. Brand on back, below button, over varnish, in cursive lettering: Wilhelmj. Pencil inscription on inside of back, near top block: 4. Top: two-piece, quarter-cut spruce, wide grain; wooden dowel through top into top block on treble side of center joint; wooden dowel through top into bottom block on bass side of center joint. Back: two-piece maple cut off-the-quarter, with prominent, narrow curl descending slightly from center joint; button angled inward. Gift of Laurel E. Anderson, San Raphael, California, 1988.

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