Family Gives 18th Century Violin to American Jewish Student After It Was Stolen and Retrieved by FBI

The violin, stolen from a Jewish violinist from Lodz, could have been sold for a lot of money to collectors, but the family wanted to give it to a promising young musician

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In 2015, the headlines were filled with a violin built in 1734 by history’s most famous violin maker, Antonio Stradivari of Cremona. The FBI had managed to find the violin, which had been stolen 35 years...