Violin/F.A. Sennett violins


I own a violin made in 1920 by maker f.a. sennett of Dallas,TX. series B #360. It is still in very good condition with only some body wear. I was wanting to know what it may be worth if sold and where to start looking for a buyer?

Hi Anthony, while I'm not an authority on violin values, I did find this listing for Sennett:

Violins aren't a liquid asset; you might try a local luthier shop, an auction house like the one above to explore value and/or a possible sale. Best of luck.


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B.A. Music, UCLA, California State Polytechnic University, Suzuki Pedagogical studies at the Suzuki Institute of Colorado and at Occidental College.

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