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Austrian Violin 1785 (Certified) {1}
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Austrian Violin 1785 (Certified) {1}
Austrian Violin 1785 (Certified) {2}
Austrian Violin 1785 (Certified) {3}
Austrian Violin 1785 (Certified) {4}
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Austrian Violin 1785 (Certified)

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Austrian Violin 1785 (Certified)

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Contact me for details if you are interested in a really exceptional violin at a very affordable price. 
This historical master violin  by Johann Georg Leeb is an unusually well-preserved instrument and offers a rare glance at the musical culture of the Habsburg dynasty in the late 18th century. It was crafted in late 18th century in Pressburg (now Bratislava).
Johann Georg Leeb who is recognized as one of the best Hungarian masters of his day, as is confirmed by this violin with its mature, masterful craftsmanship and its singular radiance. The outstanding properties of the tone woods reflect that Johann Georg Leeb worked for a demanding clientele in Pressburg.
Greater emphasis was placed on musical quality than on visual aesthetics, since the spruce of the top and the very gentle flames of the two-piece maple back forego any spectacular optical effects. The expressive carving of the scroll – a distinctive feature of many Leeb instruments – is the only more pronounced stylistic accent.
The magnificent antique character of the instrument is now shaped by the contrast between the reddish-brown varnish and the lighter yellow base coat. As one of the leading Austrian luthiers of his day, Johann Georg Leeb had a self-confident way of honoring the great traditions of Stainer, Amati
and the Füssen School.
Many traces of use indicate that several generations of outstanding musicians found a dependable partner in this instrument with its distinctive model and flat table. Given the advanced age this violin is amazingly well preserved violin. The colorful voice of this violin is compelling in its mature warmth, singing radiance in the upper registers and unusual clarity in its lower registers – an 18th century tone which speaks for itself. After having been thoroughly set up at our workshop, it is now ready to play. The price includes a certificate
of authenticity by Remenyi—foremost internationally recognized expert for stringed instruments from the Austro-Hungarian empire. For this price, what can be bad? Beautiful classical violin sound; it’s well made; it's an exceptionally fine model, so a nice example (not one of the
Black Leebs”) of the maker's work.The sound projection and tonal quality is as good as or excels Carcassi violins (which are priced at US$150K) and is as easy to play on as any Klotz. 
The violin does not have a sound post crack on either front or back plates. However, there is a front plate protective sound post patch. Contact me for more details and information about this violin.
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