Advanced American Violins
All prices reflect a $250.00 Bobelock case that will be used for shipping purposes.
|American 4/4 1917 Robert Glier Jr Violin||American 4/4 1927 Edward L. Goss Violin|
American 4/4 violin made by Robert Glier, Jr in 1917. Violin is in good condition and is very secure for playing.
American violin handmade by Edward L. Goss in Iowa in 1927. Violin is in excellent condition and ready to play.
|American 4/4 1914 Handmade P.B. Wessel Violin||American 4/4 1900 Joseph Bohmann Violin|
American 4/4 violin made by P.B. Wessel of Bethel, MN. Violin is repair free and in wonderful condition.
American 4/4 violin made by German-Chicagoan Joseph Bohmann. The violin is quite unique with attentive carving and is ready to play.
|American 4/4 1912 Claude Lorraine Heskett Violin||American 4/4 1900 August Carlstedt Ideal Violin|
American 4/4 violin made by Claude Lorraine Heskett. This violin has a few varnish blemishes but is in excellent condition.
American 4/4 violin made by Ideal guitar/mandolin maker August Carlstedt. This violin is in wonderful condition with only a minor varnish blemish.
|American 4/4 1924 James Reynold Carlisle "Thumbprint" Violin||American 4/4 1940 Michael Gozzo Violin|
American 4/4 violin made by James Reynold Carlisle in Cincinnati in 1924. Violin is a "thumbprint" violin of the highest quality; one piece back and in perfect condition with no history of repairs.
4/4 violin made in the United States by Italian Michael Gozzo in 1940. Very fine condition with a small varnish blemish only.