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- 'Victor Mannheimer (-1928), was a collector as well. He owned the King Maximilian-Joseph Stradivarius violin, which was made in 1702/1703 and is now played by Austrian violinist Andreas Reiner. He also amassed a noted collection of Baroque literature'
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