An old German Cello made by Johs Brueckner, a very good German violin maker who was from Markneukirchen and produces a number of instruments during the early 20th century. Brueckner followed the style of Roth on violin making but his works are tended to be slightly individual. He used Strad, Guarneri and Guadagnini models, attractive woods and an antiqued varnish of a rich red-brown/ golden-brownish color. This cello, is one of the good examples which made by Brueckner circa 1923. It was firmly stamped “Johs Brueckner Markneukirchen” on the area which a label supposed to be placed. The cello is in golden-yellowish color, it has a nice deep and solid tone.