The smallest violin ever



WORLD'S SMALLEST VIOLIN
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What is the world's smallest violin?


The world's smallest violin is not playing the world's saddest song, but it could as it's fully functional.

Back in 1973 Eric Meissner saw a National Enquirer contest to make the world's smallest playable violin and he went to work.

Under the assumption that the record was 5 1/2 inches he built a violin 3 1/2 inches only to find that the record had dropped to 1 31/32 inches so he went to work again.

This time he succeeded in building the world's smallest violin which measured a meager 1 5/8 inches in length.

The smallest violin ever

The smallest violin ever

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