This is a beautiful genuine Ernst Heinrich Roth violin made in Germany in 1925. It is in excellent condition, and is a wonderful instrument to play. The Roth violins from the 1920s are the most highly desired violins from this celebrated maker.
I sent detailed pictures to Wilhelm Roth in Germany who confirmed that is 120-R model. He provided a signed Instrument Confirmation Certificate confirming that this is genuine Ernst Heinrich Roth Violin from the year 1925. The original signed Instrument Confirmation Certificate is included in the sale.
This instrument is described in the 1924 Roth catalog as follows:
“This violin is patterned after a genuine Stradivarius, period about 1700, which marks the beginning of the height of the career of the celebrated maker. The body in the white is made by the talented son and able assistant, Albert Roth, who has thoroughly learned the art of violin making from his father. The wood is well chosen and the execution throughout of the best. In outline, this instrument is very graceful and harmonious. The varnish is of a transparent brown, highly polished and shaded in the center. The orchestra player will find it well suited for his purpose.
This instrument is made both in single and double piece back and its label reads as follows: "Copy of Antonius Stradivarius, made under the supervision of Ernst Heinrich Roth.”
United States, NY
Payment Option Notes:
If you buy this violin and decide it isn't what you were expecting, you can return it by UPS insured and undamaged within 7 days for a full refund minus my actual shipping cost. You are responsible for the return shipping charges. It is obviously not returnable if the violin has been damaged or modified in any way.
Returns accepted. Buyer must contact seller within 7 days to arrange return. Refund will be given as Money Back. Buyer pays return shipping.
Condition of Item(s):
Used - Excellent Condition
Ernst Heinrich Roth (master violins)
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