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Robert Robinson 1931 Violin (No. 20)

Our Price: $4,800

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  • Two-piece well flamed back
  • Golden amber finish with all rosewood pegs and chinrest
  • Made in Portland, Oregon in 1931
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Case: Choose from available options during purchase.

Bow: Not included in consignment sales.

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.

A beautiful Strad model violin made in Portland, Oregon in 1931. This violin features a very powerful sound with great projection and clarity. It's well setup and very easy to play and in very good condition. The only signs of repair is a small edge repair on the top on the bass side lower bout. The amber/yellow varnish is still in great condition and has nice glow in its appearance. This reasonably priced violin would make an advanced or professional player looking for a lot of projection very happy. 

Robert Robinson was a violin maker who made Portland Oregon his home after 1902 and while he started making instruments in his teenage years in the 1860s he made only a few instruments after moving to Portland. Violin comes with recent appraisal and valuation. 


  • L.O.B: 360mm
  • String Length: 328mm
  • Rib Depth: 30mm
  • C Bout: 115mm
  • Upper Bout: 170mm
  • Lower Bout: 208mm

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.

    Robert Robinson 1931 Violin (No. 20) in action