Fine French 4/4 violin made by Laberte-Humbert in Paris

Written by Jazz Brown

A fine French 4/4 violin produced by Laberte-Humbert in Paris, 1921. The violin has a certificate of authenticity. Two-piece maple back. The ebony Bois de Harmonie tailpiece has 4 integral carbon fiber fine tuners. This was my son’s conservatory instrument. The violin was set-up and maintained by Potter’s Violin. The violin sounds and plays beautifully with lots of carrying power. Includes a Gewa case along with a Pernambuco bow stamped J. Remy. The appraised valuation on the violin was $6,000 next year. Appraisal (see photo) includes the truth and bow offered using the violin.