How much is a fake Stradivarius violin that is over 100 years old worth?
Those early 20th Century German and Czech Stradivarius copies generally sell for under $200.
Probably very little. The "Authentic fake" label you give has been used countless times by other builders. Actually, almost every instrument Stradivarius made is logged and accounted for. There has not been an "undiscovered" Stradivarius found in many, many years - and there are not believed to be any more by most experts in the field.
What is the value of a violin in very poor condition that has a stamped Stradivarius Made in Germany on the inside?
Chances are that its fake, you will have to take it to an appraiser to determine its real value.
A list of known Stradivari violins may be found on Wikipedia. A more complete version is at cozio.com If you have an instrument which says "Stradivarius" on a label inside, it is most likely fake. Any Stradivarius instrument, real or fake, will have the label "Antonius Stradivarius Cremonensis Faciebat Anno (date made)". Thousands of instruments have a "Stradivarius" label, and were made (cheaply) beginning in the late 19th century. There are around estimated 650 Stradivarius… Read More
How do you tell if a Stradivarius violin is real or fake? I have a violin that is supposed to be part Stradivarius. when my grandmothers family came over from Ireland she supported the family. She bought her brother a violin and he went to a school for music he got drunk with his buddy's and smashed his violin when he went home his buddy's but his smashed violin on the front stairs and rang… Read More
Your dad found a violin and the label on the inside says Antonius Stradivarius Cremonensis Faciebat Anno 1715 and then a cross with and A and S on at the bottom of the cross there are no other marks?
Well, what about it? I can tell you that unless it says Antonius Stadovarius replica, that it is probably worth a lot of money. Maybe even up to $10,000 if it is in good condition. If it says on the label "Made in Czechoslovakia", then it is most definitely a fake. I'm actually inclined to believe that most if not all of these Antonius Stradivarius Cremonensis Faciebat Anno 17xx violins are fakes. --------- Most Stradivari… Read More
Is my antonius stradivarious cremonenfis faciebat anno 1728 violin real the number is not hand written and its been in my family at least 100 years?
First of all, I don't mean to be pessimistic, but the chances of you owning a Strad are slim to none. If you did own one, it would be worth millions of dollars, and the violin's tone (sound production) can tell you whether or not it could possibly be worth that much money. I you're still convinced that you do have a "real" Strad, I'm sorry to tell you that the label is incorrect if… Read More
The first Josef in the Klotz family was born in 1743. He was Sebastian's son so the violin may be a fake. Take it to a good violin dealer, someone who deals in older violins, not student violins and have them look at it.
A fake coin is worth nothing. Alternatively, it is worth 20 Pence if you can pass it off without anybody noticing. Again, if you can place a value on that sort of thing, it might be worth 20 years food and lodgings in one of Her Majesty's prisons for forgery.
Have you found a violin with the label "Antonius Stradivarius Cremonensis"? Keep cool. It's almost certainly a fake. In the past some restorers have stuck labels (genuine or forged) inside instruments of various origins and there has been a proper business in labels, apart from the selling of violins. There have also been cases of old-time violin makers who would put the names of other contemporary makers on their own violins. Factories in the late… Read More
No. An autograph devalues a card. It makes the card worth as much as the autograph, and a fake autograph is worth nothing.
It is only worth the value of the metal it is made of so if it is made of silver it is worth something. If it's fake then it has no collector value.
On the inside of your violin it reads Antonius and Heironimus Fr Amati Cremonen AndrexF 1628 What exactly does all of this mean?
it means its fake
Something is authentic if it is what it is claimed to be. An authentic violinist, for example, can actually play the violin. A fake violinist can't.
Fecit XIV stradivarius violins in MDCCXIV. Loosely translated from Latin: What did Stradivari of Cremona do in 1714? He made 14 violins. [one of which was stolen, incidentally...] -------- He most likely made more than 14, thats just how many remain today. He also didn't use Roman numerals so just that fact makes the label in question a fake.
If it's a fake, it's worth little to nothing.
it depends i whatch pawn stars and there are alot of fake or recreated items but if you have an original, and since fdr died in office it is worth approximently $100
Actually, they do exist in Canada, And were printed for a couple of years, They range from $400 to $800 Canadian and a lot more if they are perfect. These are very collectable and ARE NOT FAKE!!
Nothing as it is illegal to sell it (because it is a fake and breaches copyright/patent).
you can go to fakebraces.net and they have realistic looking fake braces in a variety of colors. they are costly, but worth it.
if he is or was real it might be worth $60 if he was or is fake then about $20 stephanie&samantha
It's potentially worth jail time, if someone catches you with it.
I don't really know where you can buy fake cards, but try making them yourself. Don't waste your money on fake cards, its just not worth it.
It's only worth whatever you can get for it, because it is fake. The US did not issue 1898 CC Morgans. The chinese, however, have shipped a lot of fake 1898 CC Morgans to the US.
WORTHLESS! IT IS A FAKE CARD!
Nothing because it's fake
Nothing. It is a fake.
No more than payless shoes...
If you had a real one about 3 million. But the fake one you have is worth nothing.
Not much at all. If genuine, they'd be worth quite a bit. But unfortunately serial number 25480 is a known fake. Because its a fake, it might be worth a couple of cents as a curiosity, but not worth much more.
These violins are so rare that you will not find one in a store with a price tag on it. The next time an owner decides to part with such a violin, it will probably be put up for auction. The winning bidder will be the one who is willing to pay the most for it. It will probably be over a million dollars. In the meantime, if there is not one copy for sale… Read More
There are lots of fake coins. They are coins that are made to look just like a coin that is worth a lot. They usually have no value and might be illegal.
It is a fake card, a counterfeit version of 'Harpie's Pet Dragon'. It is not worth anything.
Where in Sweden can you sell your violin marked Joannes Franciscus Pressenda q Raphael fecit Taurini anno domini 1840?
any pawn or music shop if it's not a fake...
nothing its fake gold
The price is absolutely nothing. It is absolutely worthless because it is a fake. We know it is a fake because Indian Head pennies weren't created until 1859, 40 years later. An 1819 large penny (Not Indian Head) could be worth $20 to $60, depending on the amount of wear.
No one can answer this except for a violin maker who is usually quite informed on these matters. The problem is that there are many fake labels even in instruments that appear to be very old. Call your local music store to find a violin maker; there are many such people.
$0.00 US and fake bleach blonde hair
Nothing, because it's a fake.
No because to make it short it's fake
Nothing, as it is a fake card. 'Sealed Right Wrist' is one of the many fake versions of "Right Arm of the Forbidden One".
.'no matter my worth uperfect but definitely not fake!
they are fake so prob.....1 to 5 dollars
In an interview by Regina Weinreich with actress Melanie Laurent (playing violinist Anne-Marie Jacquet in the movie) and published on the Huffington post July 29, 2010, Melanie answers the question .... RW: You play the violin so beautifully in this film. As far as I know, you are not a violinist. How did this role come to you? ML: The director chose me. I met him three times to speak about the script. He chose… Read More
I personally don't think that it is worth anything because then, it would be fake money. Fake money is not worth anything. But if they don't notice the mistake, then it would have the same value as any ordinary 1924 1 coin.
Www.suprafootwearonline.com Is this a fake sight i just ordered some supra shoes off here i feel dumb without asking this first should i get my money back?
I think it is fake, Ive also been looking there and they have great prices, but it is most likely fake. Still for 70-80$ its worth it for fake ones.
its by city-state law and in the united states that you cannot where fake nails if you are 16 years old and younger
I went last night and think it must be fake. It sounds like listening to a cd, no imperfections what so ever. Furthermore, is it really possible to play the violin while head banging? I can't be certain... does anyone else with more musical knowledge know?
A Christine Lassen painting is worth anywhere from $2,500.00 to $20,000.00. However, beware of fake pictures. The real ones will have a certificate of authenticity.
It really depends, because if it is fake it will cost pretty much nothing. My opinion if it is real is that it would be worth at LEAST $15.00.
It's not worth anything, because it's a fake.