Regrettably it is not possible to give a realistic valuation of an instrument from pictures sent to us over the internet.
The valuation process is one that entails handling of the instrument, seeing the condition, the grain of the wood, the balance, and so many other tactile criteria that photographs can not portray.
In some cases it is necessary for additional research to be undertaken into the instrument.
Any instrument brought into the workshop can be valued verbally free of charge, however if a written valuation is required then a necessary charge is made, with the instrument in some cases needing to stay at the workshop for a thorough investigation.
With an asset such as a violin Insurance Companies will usually require written Valuation.
Insurance companies will usually allow a 10% increase per annum against this without re-valuation.