Hey guys! My lady is out in Montana right now. She was driving through on her way to Yellowtone and happened to pass this Auction. At this auction they had one of the original Huckelberry Fin books, the original Polaroid camera and a lot of other awesome treasure. Anyways, she came past this Violin. Nobody had bid on it, so she placed a $50 dollar bid just for shits. She ended up winning it!! The violin was listed as a mid 1800's Jacob Stainer violin, in mint condition. So she took it with here and checked it out a little more, and it turns out it was actually made in 1728!! Just curious as to what something like that would be worth? I looked it up and didn't find much, so I figured you guys might have access to what it's worth. Not really expecting it to be worth thousands, but We're still definitely curious!