This violin has the flattest top I have ever seen. It sounds fine and is quite loud. Labelled with the ubiqitous Strad copy label and "Made in Czechoslovakia" Well flamed, Dominant strings, ebony fittings, nicely fitted bridge.
In the interests of transparency, I am disclosing that the pegs need to be pushed in quite hard when tuning because they have worn. New pegs could be fitted at cost but as these should be fine once the new A and E strings have stabilised I didn't get that job done at this stage. Rather, it has been kept as a budget priced antique instrument for those in that market.
There is cosmetic damage but no cracks or other nasties apart from a small f hole crack which appears to be glued and stable.
In the professional picture of the three violins, the violin in question is the one on the right.