Master Level Violin Made By Ladislav F. Prokop In 1927
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Master Level Violin Made By Ladislav F. Prokop In 1927:
86 years old beautiful Bohemian violin made by Ladislav F. Prokop. The label inside the violin (see the relevant photo) reads:
Ladislav F. Prokop,
(Ladislav F. Prokop, | master luthier | in Chrudim.)
- excellent build, including thefaultlessly inlaid purfling, beautifully carved scroll, all the four corners blocked, chestnut-coloured varnish of anice quality etc.;
- beautiful, carefully selected material: spruce top of a dense structure, highly flamed one-piece back, neck & scroll;
- open, brilliant sound; excellent projection.
- length of the back: 359mm
- total length: 593mm
If you have any questions, I’ll do my best to answer them (if I know the answers, anyway), usually within one day (except for the weekend). Please offer only if you are really interested in buying the offered instrument. Also, ask me questions before offerding and before the end of the sale, please. To users with zero response: please contact me before offerding. Thank you.
on this one; starting offer is $0.01, thus the winning offer should be also a final one and it will be your price.
After winning the sale, please contact me within one day, better before the payment - to make terms of payment and shipping. I expect the payment to be made within 2 days after the sale end.
Payment method: PayPal (in special cases possibly also bank order).
Shipping: Please contact me to find out details about shipping costs; conditions of shipment are specific to individual countries, and there are some exceptions to the stated shipment methods (mostly WRT the delivery times)!!! Note that in case of economy international shipping, the delivery periods may be very long in some cases. If you don't want to wait for such a long time, please choose the "Standard Int'l Shipping" option instead of "Economy Int'l Shipping".
Examples of shipping costs & ETAs (Estimated Time of Arrival at an Office of Exchange in a respective country!):
Some notes on packaging: I do the following steps (nearly always) to eliminate the danger of the damage to the instrument during the transport to the minimum: I put the bridge down, then unscrew the screws of the fine tuners and put them, together with the bridge, to the "rosin pocket" of the violin case. Related note: There is always some (not too big) possibility that the sound post inside the violin body would loosen during the transport. If this happens, it’s necessary to go to a luthier and ask him to put the sound post up again. It's a trivial and usually cheap act; the important thing is that the sound post has been expertly fitted in most cases, so there is no need to shorten it (etc.) again. Please understand that I do the described procedure to make the delivery of the instrument to customers as safe as possible (unfortunately there is no option to send the parcels abroad as "fragile"). If you wish me NOT to take those protecting measures for some reason, please let me know in time!