Antonius Stadiuarius Cremonensis, German Trade Violin approx. 1910. I do not
have any history on this violin other than what I was told by those who know.
Being a German trade violin, manufactured about 1910. It is a Strad copy with a
common label. Label says: Antonius Stadiuarius Cremonensis
faciebat Anno 17(11)
On the back of the scroll, it says Conservatory Violin.
Condition is pretty good for its age. Several scuffs as seen in the pics.
Chinrest and bridge included as well as bow and case. The violin measures 24"
long. Bow is labeled Bausch. Supposedly nothing remarkable about that either.
The case is well worn with the carrying handle torn off. Please message with
questions. I can send more pics but this info here is all I know about it.