This violin was made for Robinson and Buckley of Charterhouse Street London in 1884, and is number 10, whatever that means. This is in ink written inside the violin.
It has a well flamed, well matched two piece back with high arching. There is a long crack which has been professionally repaired and needs no further attention.
The violin has been professionally set up with new pegs and bridge and Dominant strings. It has a loud and fairly bright tone.