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Mathias Neuner 1867 German Violin

Our Price: $15,000

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  • Moderately flamed one-piece back
  • Rosewood fittings
  • Very deep and mature sound with great projection and an very even throughout all registers
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Case: Choose from available options during purchase.

Bow: Ships in basic case. Call for upgrade options

Rosin: Not included in consignment sales.

Accessories: Not included in consignment sales.

Recommended Upgrade: You can choose bow, case, and accessory options in the customizer during purchase. Contact the showroom rep for recommendations.

Mathias Neuner (V) – 1861, master violin, gorgeous one piece back, certified as a “Meistergeige” by the violin firm in Ebingen, Germany.

This is beautiful example of a mid 19th century German violin, is in great condition and has beautiful full and mature sound. The violin has a dark and deep almost viola like tone in the lower register, with a singing and projecting upper register. It's setup very well and is very easy to play in any register. This violin features a one piece back of moderately flamed maple, rosewood fittings, and a very nice old growth spruce top. This would be a fantastic, instrument for an advanced student or professional player wanting a mature sounding violin. 


  • Beautiful rich and even sound
  • Fantastic condition for a 150+ year old instrument
  • Ready for an advanced player or professional

When purchasing a fine violin we recommend that you contact the showroom and speak to a customer service staff member, who can provide you with details about the instrument. We strongly suggest that you take advantage of our In Home Trial program when considering the purchase of a fine violin. We want you to be sure that the violin you purchase has the sound quality you are looking for.

Mathias Neuner 1867 German Violin in action