A: You must know what a violin has been played by others in order, if you can, to determine how it will value. Some violins have been played in the past with much higher and much lower values than others. I’ve written an article called “The Value of a Violin” based on my own personal observations and information gathered from several others.
Q: How much will I lose with the removal of my violins?
A: I don’t have data on the economic consequences of violins being removed from the marketplace. However, for me, the most important aspect of a violin is that it has been played by others in the past. If it is no longer played by others, I do not like the instrument and will be willing to part with it at a price that is less than what I paid for it. I would even accept less for the instruments I bought on the secondary market if they have been played by others in the past.
A violin that has never been played at any price by others is no more valuable than one that has been played recently. Some instruments that have been not played have lost value due to inflation, but those have increased in value to compensate for the loss from not being played.
Q: Are there ways in which you can insure that a violin will be insured against theft?
A: Yes. One way to insure against theft is to purchase an insurance certificate, which can be ordered online and will cover the violins you have insured against theft. There is also a third option for buying insurance and not having to buy a certificate. Buy an insurance policy, and use your policy money to insure against theft on a different violin. This means that you may not be paying for your violin to be insured against theft, but your violin is still being insured against theft.
It is worth noting that, if the buyer is aware that another violin has been stolen, this means that if they replace the stolen violins with other violins that have not been stolen, then they are more likely to be safe. However, in our experience, that is a big deal more important than knowing that a violin has been stolen and replacing it, and if you can, you should make that option happen.
Q: Can I sell any of my violins and still stay in business?
A: If you have two violins you want to remove, and have no way to get rid of them, selling them is an option.
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