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Bubenreuth, 1977
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The Ernst Heinrich Roth workshop may be one of the most famous in German violin making. It was established first in Markneukirchen and then in the early 1950s in Bubenreuth, West Germany. This is an exceptionally beautiful example of their best work with an especially nice golden varnish. It has a crisp upper register and a deep lower end.