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above $55,000
1. ANTONIO & HIERONYMUS AMATI, Cremona, 1617, a stunningly beautiful work by Antonio and Girolamo Amati, in a particularly fine state of presevation, Certificates from Pierre Vidoudez, Geneva, and Etienne Vatelot, Paris, 353mm, (Our #31306) INQUIRE
2. SANCTUS SERAPHIN, Venice, c.1745, the head c.1688 by G. B. Rogeri, a particulary beautiful & fine sounding violin, Provenance: acquired by W. E. Hill & Sons in 1939, sold to the London firm of Hart & Son in 1940, then to J. & A Beare, 352mm, (Our #29827) INQUIRE
3. GIOVANNI PRESSENDA, Turin, 1834, a superb concert instrument, certificate by Dario D'Attili, 355mm, (Our #31120) INQUIRE
4. JOSEPH GAGLIANO, Naples, Certificate: J. & A. Beare, London, 356mm, (Our #31444) INQUIRE
5. J. B. VUILLAUME, Paris, c.1845-50, a very strong & bold sounding Stradivari model, and a good and characteristic example, 358mm, (Our #31317) INQUIRE
6. GIOVANNI PAOLO MAGGINI, Brecsia, c.1620, Certificate by Charles Beare, 362mm, (Our #30756) INQUIRE
7. PIETRO ANTONIO LANDOLFI, Milan, 1776, certificates from: Paulus Pilat, New York dated Sept. 6, 1944; & Rudolph Wurlitzer, New York, dated Jan. 11, 1939, 356mm, (Our #30120) INQUIRE
8. RAFFAELE & ANTONIO GAGLIANO, Naples, c.1840, by a late member of the Gagliano family, most likely the work of Raffaele & Antonio Gagliano, 358mm, (Our #30663) INQUIRE
9. JOANNES TONONI, Bologna, c.1690-1700, With the certificates of Kenneth Warren & Son, Chicago, dated 2005, and Rudolph Wurlitzer, New York, dated 1945 (photocopy), 348mm, (Our #31310) INQUIRE
10. ANTONIO ZANOTTI, Mantua, c.1730, Certificate from Wm. Moennig & Son, Philadelphia, 353mm, (Our #31445) INQUIRE
11. JOANNES TONONI, Bologna, c.1690-1700, with restored cracks & worm repairs; Rory Williams in his blog concerning a local performance on this violin notes: "The haunting colors he elicits from the 1690 Tononi violin stay with you long after the bow’s last breath"; shows the hand of Carlo Tononi, 351mm, (Our #24555) INQUIRE
12. LEANDRO BISIACH, Milan, c.1910, a fine copy in the style of Matteo Goffriller by Leandro Bisiach, 353mm, (Our #31116) INQUIRE
13. GIUSEPPE PEDRAZZINI, Milan, c.1910, an early example of this maker's work, a fine model of J. B. Guadagnini c.1770, 354mm, (Our #28500) INQUIRE
14. GAETANO VINACCIA, Naples, c.1820, with the certificate of William Moennig and Sons as the work of Raffaele &Antonio Gagliano dated February 1962, actually the work of Gaetano Vinaccia, whose violins are often sold as the work of the Gagliano Family, 355mm, (Our #29545) INQUIRE
15. GIOVANNI GUIDANTUS, Bologna, c.1710-1730, 356mm, (Our #31374) INQUIRE
16. JOANNES TONONI, Bologna, c.1700, Jaroslav Siskovsy puchased this violin (as the work of G. B. Rogeri) from Isaac Stern of New York City, who had received it from Caressa & Cie of Paris. Siskovsky used the violin from 1919 to 1931 as a member of the New York String Quartet, 353mm, (Our #31201) INQUIRE
17. GAGLIANO SCHOOL, Naples or Milan, c.1910, a very fine violin of the Gagliano School, bearing the label: Ferdinando Gagliano Filius/Nicolai fecit Neap 17(83?)., 350mm, (Our #26702) INQUIRE
18. ANTONIAZZI FAMILY, Milan, c.1890-1900, a sonorous and appealing violin patterned after Joseph Rocca, possibly the work of Gaetano Antoniazzi, 356mm, (Our #24073) INQUIRE
$35,100-$55,000
19. J. B. VUILLAUME, Paris/Mirecourt, 1852, a particularly fine example of a Ste. Cecile model Vuillaume, labeled: Ste. Cecile des Thernes/ Paris 1852, and retaining its original neck, 358mm, (Our #31009) INQUIRE
20. CHARLES ADOLPHE GAND, Paris, 1847, a fine & characteristic example of this makers work, 358mm, (Our #31026) INQUIRE
21. JEAN FRANCIOS ALDRIC, Paris, c.1820, a Stradivari model violin by one of the most skillful Paris makers of the Lupot School, in a very fine state of preservation, 360mm, (Our #31570) INQUIRE
22. LUDOVICO RASTELLI, Genoa, c.1840, an interesting model after a c.1730s Guarneri del Gesu, 355mm, (Our #22141) INQUIRE
23. GIUSEPPE SGARBI, Rome, c.1880, 360mm, (Our #28302) INQUIRE
24. JACOPO CORDANUS, PROBABLY THE WORK OF, Genoa, c.1730-1760, an interesting violin of the Genoa School, a similar violin is illustrated on p.178 of the Walter Hamma book of Italian Violinmakers, as the work of Cordanus, 363mm, (Our #27683) INQUIRE
25. ANDREAS CASTAGNERI, Paris, c.1745, an Italian violin maker from Turin who moved to Paris circa 1720; a stunning example of the best Paris work of the period, 356mm, (Our #29405) INQUIRE
26. JOHN BETTS, London, c.1790, modeled after a grand pattern Nicolo Amati, 357mm, (Our #31497) INQUIRE
Gentleman Violinist
$20,100- $35,000
27. JOHN FREDERICK LOTT II, London, c.1850, an antiqued Guarneri del Gesu model, 353mm, (Our #30110) INQUIRE
28. EMIDIO CELANI, Ascoli Piceno, c.1890-1900, an interesting Central Italian violin of smallish proportions, fully antiqued & with a strong dark sound, 351mm, (Our #30039) INQUIRE
29. ROMEO ANTONIAZZI, WORKSHOP OF, Milan, 1918, made by Romeo Antoniazzi for the shop of Antonio Monzino, 357mm, (Our #29385) INQUIRE
30. GIOVANNI TEDESCO, Naples, c.1920, made in a rustic antique style to resemble the work of Lorenzo Ventapane, 358mm, (Our #23571) INQUIRE
31. GIOVANNI PISTUCCI, Naples, labeled: RAFFAELE ed ANTONIO GAGLIANO/ Quodam Giovanni Napoli 1869, and modeled after the Gagliano Family, 356mm, (Our #30757) INQUIRE
32. GIUSEPPE DOLLENZ, Trieste, c.1870, Giuseppe was the son of Giovanni Dollenz, 357mm, (Our #25092) INQUIRE
33. BERNARD SIMON FENDT, London, c.1805-1820, a very fine example of the work of Bernard Simon Fendt I, in excellent condition; with the certificate of Wm. Moennig & Son, Philadelphia as the work of Vincenzo Panormo c.1795, 357mm, (Our #31155) INQUIRE
34. PIERRE JOSEPH HEL, Lille, France, 1883, Stradivari model, 355mm, (Our #31100) INQUIRE
35. ALBERTO BLANCHI, Nice, 1929, Alberto Aloysius Blanchi was an Italian maker who worked in Nice; this is an interesting and fine sounding antiqued Amati model in a very fine state of preservation, 355mm, (Our #28860) $28,000.
36. GIULIO DEGANI, Venice, c.1915, 356mm, (Our #27351) $25,000.
37. CARLO BRUNO, Turin, 1918, 355mm, (Our #24423) $25,000.
38. DIEGO LOVERI, Naples, 1921, a Gagliano model by a fine Neapolitan workshop, 354mm, (Our #25123) $25,000.
39. CARLO CARLETTI, Pieve di Cento, 1938, 358mm, (Our #24701) $25,000.
40. BARTOLOMEO TASSINI, Venice, 1754, a Stainer model with various back repairs, though none right at the soundpost, 356mm, (Our #24537) $25,000.
41. EMILE BOULANGEOT, Lyon, 1927, Certificate by Wm. Moennig & Son, 355mm, (Our #30153) $22,000.
42. CAMILLO MANDELLI, Milan, 1926, this maker is also known as Camillo da Calco; born in Calco (Como) in 1873; he worked in Milan with Bisiach & Antoniazzi, worked in Buenos Aires in 1889, returned to Italy in 1920, 356mm, (Our #27158) $22,000.
43. GUERSON/PIERRAY, Paris, c.1740, a work of the late workshop of Claude Pierray, or his pupil Louis Guersan, 354mm, (Our #28647) $22,000.
44. GEORGE GEMUNDER, Astoria, 1886, 359mm, (Our #31364) $22,000.
$15,100-$20,000
45. GENUZIO CARLETTI, Pieve di Cento, c.1960, a good Bologna School violin bearing a label of Carlo Carletti & probably the work of Genuzio Carletti, 354mm, (Our #28486) $20,000.
46. THOMAS KENNEDY, London, 1849, Sales Invoice from Rembert Wurlitzer (copy) 9/6/69 & certificate letter of same date, 356mm, (Our #27335) $20,000.
47. GEORGE CRASKE, Manchester, 1850, a Guarneri model with a shallow arch, and of somewhat smaller dimensions than many of his insruments, 353mm, (Our #26259) $20,000.
48. PAOLO VETTORI, Florence, 2014, Modeled after a Nicolo Gagliano violin of 1755, 353mm, (Our #30401) $20,000.
49. JOSEPH DALL'AGLIO, Mantua, 1821, a broad model by Dall'Aglio after Balestrieri; with the original back, ribs & head, the somewhat later table by a London maker, possibly H. Lockey Hill; receipt from John Friedrich & Bro., New York March 1922, and included in that company's 1922 catalogue, 357mm, (Our #25279) $20,000.
50. NORTH ITALIAN, Venice or Padua, c.1800, an interesting late 18th century early 19th century violin of the Venice school, similar to the style of Domenico Busan, 357mm, (Our #26981) $20,000.
51. GEORGE CHANOT, WORKSHOP OF, Paris, c.1850, Stradivari model, 358mm, (Our #24783) $18,000.
52. GIOVANNI CAVANI, Modena, c.1930, labeled PIETRO MESSORI/ MODENA/ fatto l'Anno 1932; branded on inside back: MESSORI; and possibly made for Messori by Cavani, certificate by Dario D'Attili, dated Dumont 1992, as the work of Pietro Messori of Modena, 356mm, (Our #29097) $18,000.
53. SEBASTIAN KLOZ, Mittenwald, mid 18th century, 362mm, (Our #28859) $16,000.
54. GIOVANNI PALLAVER, Verona, 1957, Pallaver was a student of Andrea Bisiach in Milan, 357mm, (Our #28700) $16,000.
55. GABRIEL LEMBOCK, Vienna, 1881, 357mm, (Our #30930) $16,000.
56. FUSSEN SCHOOL, c.1840, a fine sounding violin by one of the Bolzano/Fussen makers, 356mm, (Our #31060) $15,000.
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$10,100- $15,000
57. JANOS SPIEGEL, Budapest, 1918, a Guarneri del Gesu model with a very attractive one-piece back, 358mm, (Our #28977) $15,000.
58. PERRY AND WILKINSON, Dublin, 1797, a comfortable model with a flat arch and a slightly short string length, 354mm, (Our #29309) $15,000.
59. BERNARD SIMON FENDT, PROBABLY BY, London, c.1810-, a Stradivari model from the London shop of Thomas Dodd (most violins sold by and labeled T. Dodd were made by Bernard Simon Fendt I or John Lott, Sr.); original neck re-angled at the heel; Certificate from Balmforth & Son, London, 355mm, (Our #22628) $15,000.
60. UMBERTO MUSCHIETTI, Udine, 1941, 353mm, (Our #30090) $15,000.
61. FRANCOIS DELPRATO, Mirecourt/Paris, c.1900, a beautifully antiqued Stradivari model. Delprato was born in Paris in 1876, and worked in Mirecourt, Paris, London, Chicago & New York, 355mm, (Our #26387) $15,000.
62. MICHAEL DARNTON, Chicago, 1993, Guarneri del Gesu model, (Our #31554) $15,000.
63. GEORGE WULME HUDSON, London, c.1920, a model after Luigi Marconcini, a particularly attractive & fine sounding instrument in superb condition, 353mm, (Our #25241) $15,000.
64. HORNSTEINER FAMILY, Mittenwald, c.1780, probably by Peter Hornsteiner, 360mm, (Our #29277) $15,000.
65. GIOVANNI PALLAVER, Verona, 1954, 356mm, (Our #28942) $15,000.
66. LUIGI MOZZANI, Pieve di Cento, 1918, in particularly fine condition, 357mm, (Our #28941) $15,000.
67. JACOB MUELLER, Berlin, 2016, 355mm, (Our #31485) $15,000.
68. W. E. HILL & SONS, London, 1934, a lovely Venetian model in very fine condition; labeled: Made in the Workshops of/ William E. Hill & Sons/ London 1934; probably the work of Langonet or Delunet; in particularly fine condition; certificate from Jacques Francais, 354mm, (Our #30790) $15,000.
69. CHARLES J. B. COLLIN-MEZIN, Mirecourt, 1897, a strong sounding & attractive violin from this prominent Mirecourt workshop, 360mm, (Our #28467) $14,500.
70. RAFFAELLO STEFANINI, Bologna, 2014, Raffaello Stefanini was a student of Otello Bignami of Bologna, 356mm, (Our #30284) $14,500.
71. CLAUDIO TESTONI, Mantova, 2014, a strong sounding Scarampella model by this fine student of Mario Gadda, 356mm, (Our #30460) HOLD
72. RAFFAELE CALACE, Naples, 1914, a good & dark sounding Neapolitan violin in excellent condition, 356mm, (Our #22504) $12,500.
73. PAUL BAILLY WORKSHOP, Paris/London, c.1904, Stradivari model, 357mm, (Our #27266) $12,500.
74. THOMAS KENNEDY, London, 1806, an early violin for this maker showing the influence of his teacher William Forster, 355mm, (Our #27367) $12,500.
75. JOHN FRIEDRICH, New York, 1901, a large Stradivari pattern violin with long elegant corners reminiscent of the work of the 18th century Paris makers, 356mm, (Our #27546) HOLD
76. JOHANN JOSEF STADLMANN, Vienna, c.1750, in a particularly fine state of preservation, 357mm, (Our #28720) $12,500.
77. BENVENUTO BOTTURI, Brescia, 1939, 357mm, (Our #29289) $12,500.
78. JOHN THORELL, Boston, 2013, An extremely playable and well-balanced violin modeled after the Messie Stradavari, 357mm, (Our #31220) $12,500.
79. OTTO ERDESZ, an antiqued Guarneri del Gesu model, 356mm, (Our #31093) $12,500.
80. HONORE DERAZEY, Mirecourt, c.1860, an antiqued Guarneri del Gesu model, 356mm, (Our #30875) $12,500.
81. SAM PAYTON, Philadelphia, 2015, Modelled after a Matteo Goffriller violin of 1707, rich reddish varnish, elegant details and orchestral arching with comfortable proportions, 351mm, (Our #30740) $12,500.
82. SAMUEL PAYTON, Philadelphia, 2016, 354, (Our #31534) $12,500.
83. CARESSA & FRANCAIS, Paris, c.1920s, 358mm, (Our #31523) $12,500.
84. SAM PAYTON, Philadelphia, 2014, a fine copy of J. B. Guadagnini, 351mm, (Our #30608) HOLD
85. SASKIA BERGINK, Milan, 2006, Built on a model of Carlo Tononi of particularly handsome wood; Saskia Bergink was trained in Milan by Luca Primon, 354mm, (Our #25852) $12,000.
86. LUIGI MOZZANI, Bologna, 1930, 357mm, (Our #24076) $12,000.
87. JOHN THORELL, Philadelphia, 2016, (Our #31653) HOLD
88. PAUL BAILLY, London, 1891, late 20th century revarnish, otherwise a fine & handsome example of a Paul Bailly Guarneri model, 356mm, (Our #30474) $12,000.
89. LEOPOLD RENAUDIN, Paris, c.1780, a large model after the work of Boquay; Certificate from Max Moller, Amsterdam, as the work of Jean-Baptiste Salomon, 365mm, (Our #29094) $12,000.
90. ELIGIO PUCCINI, Empoli, 1938, 355mm, (Our #30356) $12,000.
91. DAVID CARON, 1987, This great American maker's model after Paganini's 1741 Guarneri del Gesu, 354mm, (Our #31432) $12,000.
92. GIUSEPPE CALACE, Naples, c.1930, 355mm, (Our #24726) $12,000.
93. KARL WEISS, ATTRIBUTED TO, Stuttgart, c.1930, a highly crafted & classy German violin, probably the work of Karl Weiss, b.1912 & worked for Hamma & Hans Nebel; labeled: LEANDRO BISIACH della Scuola Cremonese/ fece in Milano 1896, 355mm, (Our #29808) $12,000.
94. WOJCIECH TOPA, Poland, 2010, an antiqued Guarneri del Gesu model, 351mm, (Our #31362) $12,000.
95. JULES JOSEPH GRANDJON, Mirecourt, c.1870, a Guarneri model with a very powerful sound, antiqued in the manner of the Vuilluame shop, 360mm, (Our #29310) $12,000.
96. EULO DORFINO BY PAUL DOERFEL, Markneukirchen, 1930, labeled: Eulo Dorfino/ Espressamente per/ William Moennig & Son./ Reproduction of Carlo Testore/ 1930, 357mm, (Our #28606) $11,000.
$8,600-$10,000
97. VIRGILIO CAPELLINI, Cremona, 1974, a Stradivari model in excellent condition, 355mm, (Our #28575) $10,000.
98. JEAN-PATRICK MOISY, County Cork, Ireland, 2010, 356mm, (Our #28649) $10,000.
99. OTTO GLAESEL, Markneukirchen, 1885, a superb master maker; inscribed on the inside top: "fait par Luthier et/ Archetier Otto Glesel/ ouvrier de C. Thomassin et G. Winterling/ avant la Guerre/ a Paris; and: Otto Glesel/ Markneukirchen/ Lindenstr. 605/ geb 1885./ Instrument/ No. 204", 362mm, (Our #30925) $10,000.
100. ENGLISH, LABELED JOSEPH HILL, London, c.1850, a very fine London school violin of the mid-19th century, 355mm, (Our #29193) $10,000.
101. RAFFAELE CALACE, Naples, 1910, 354mm, (Our #30341) $10,000.
102. MICHEL PACHEREL, Paris, c.1780, a late 18th century Paris school violin in an exceptionally fine state of preservation, 360mm, (Our #31551) $9,500.
103. ETIENNE LAPREVOTTE, Paris, 1822, 359mm, (Our #31011) $9,000.
104. CHARLES J. B. COLLIN-MEZIN, Mirecourt/London, c.1880, a fine violin produced in France for the English market & sold by a London shop, possibl;y made for Withers, 359mm, (Our #27499) $9,000.
105. FRANCOIS DELPRATO, PROBABLY BY, Mirecourt, c.1900 and later, a tastefully antiqued model of Matteo Goffriller, 359mm, (Our #25267) $9,000.
106. GEORGE APPARUT, Mirecourt, 1946, 356mm, (Our #31294) $9,000.
107. LOUIS DOLLING, JR, Markneukirchen, c.1890, 359mm, (Our #29646) $8,500.
$5,600-$8,500
108. ALBERT DEBLAYE, Paris, 1924, a Stradivari model in particularly fine condition, 358mm, (Our #31370) $8,500.
109. GEORG WALTER GUTTER, Markneukirchen, c.1920, this maker's model after Gabbrielli, 356mm, (Our #31465) $8,500.
110. UMBERTO LANARO, Padua, 1967, fitted with the maker's decorated pegs and tailpiece, 351mm, (Our #22134) $8,500.
111. JOHN JUZEK, 1936, a fine sounding Juzek Master Art model Gagliano copy, 353mm, (Our #31076) $8,500.
112. RICCARDA DACQUATI, Cremona, 2006, Guarneri del Gesu model, 352mm, (Our #27120) $8,000.
113. BURRITT MILLER, Philadelphia, 1992, 358mm, (Our #28013) $8,000.
114. AUGUST GEMUNDER & SONS, 1908, a nicely antiqued Stradivari model, labeled: Gemunder "Art" Violin/ SOLE MAKERS/ AUGUST GEMUNDER & SONS./ New York/ 1908, 358mm, (Our #30444) $8,000.
115. WILLIAM MOENNIG I, Philadelphia, 1919, Wm. Moennig I emigrated from Germany in 1896, & opened his shop in Philadelphia in 1909; labeled: William Moennig, fecit/ Philadelphia anno 1919, 360mm, (Our #29512) $8,000.
116. BURRITT MILLER, Philadelphia, 1999, 355mm, (Our #25075) $8,000.
117. C. SANDINI, Vicenza, 1940, the catalogue of "la Musica Exposizione Generale Italiana di Torino" of 1898 records the fratelli Sandini of Castelnuovo (Vicenza) as makers of guitars, 359mm, (Our #22635) $8,000.
118. HERMANN GEIPEL, Markneukirchen, 1920s, an antiqued violin modeled after the King Joseph Guarneri, 358mm, (Our #29754) $8,000.
119. GUIDO ALBERINI, Cremona, 2001, a Stradivari model from a graduate of the violin making school in Cremona, 356mm, (Our #27426) $7,500.
120. CAUSSIN WORKSHOP, Neufchateau (Vosges), c.1880, in this workshop's typical antiqued style; with a strong & dark sound, 358mm, (Our #29812) $7,500.
121. GUIDO MARAVIGLIA, Pistoia, 1961, interesting modern Italian work, 356mm, (Our #22634) $7,500.
122. TYROLEAN, 2nd 1/2-18th century, a very fine & attractive 7/8-size violin of the Tyrolean School, 346mm, (Our #30888) $7,500.
123. WILLIAM H. MOENNIG JR., Philadelphia, 1945, 356mm, (Our #29554) HOLD
124. HEINRICH TH.HEBERLEIN JR., Markneukirchen, 1928, a Stradivari model with a very attractive one-piece back, and in nearly mint condition, 358mm, (Our #25304) HOLD
125. PAUL HILAIRE, Mirecourt, 1976, labeled: "Fait par Paul HILAIRE/ en 1976 no. 850/ Made Especially for William Moennig & Son", 355mm, (Our #28463) $6,500.
126. LIONELLO GALETTI, Cremona, 1985, Stradivari model, with the maker's certificate, 355mm, (Our #25781) $6,500.
127. LEON MOUGENOT, WORKSHOP OF, Mirecourt, c.1920, a Guarneri del Gesu model in excellent condition, 357mm, (Our #29955) $6,500.
128. HEINRICH TH. HEBERLEIN, JR., Markneukirchen, 1915, Stradivari model, 355mm, (Our #26345) $6,500.
129. ORIPPI & GAMBARIN, Cremona, 2009, a tastefully antiqued Stradivari Model, certificate by the makers, 356mm, (Our #29534) $6,500.
130. GEORGES CONE ET FILS, Lyon, 1932, a Stradivari model in nearly perfect condition, 356mm, (Our #31411) $6,500.
131. FRANCOIS BRETON, Mirecourt, c.1890, 358mm, (Our #30378) $6,500.
132. MOUGENOT WORKSHOP, Mirecourt, c.1920s, J. B. Guadagnini model, 357mm, (Our #29588) $6,500.
133. HEINRICH TH HEBERLEIN, JR., Markneukirchen, 1926, Stradivari model, 356mm, (Our #28741) $6,500.
134. HENRY HOLT, London/Paris, c.1826, a good sounding violin branded & signed by an English maker previously unknown to us, though we strongly suspect it to be by a Paris maker of this period, 351mm, (Our #24420) $6,000.
135. HEINRICH TH. HEBERLEIN JR., Markneukirchen, 1911, Joseph Guarneri model, 357mm, (Our #28605) $6,000.
136. CARLO MICELLI, Markneukirchen, 1927, a creatively antiqued Guarneri del Gesu model, the fine work of the workshop of Karl Meisel, 358mm, (Our #30377) $6,000.
137. HANS NEBEL, Mittenwald, 1945, a full-sounding Guarneri model. Originally from Mittenwald, Hans Nebel worked in New York for Wurlitzer & returned to Mittenwald in 1945, 356mm, (Our #25489) $6,000.
138. OTAKAR FR. SPIDLEN, Prague, 1935, 355mm, (Our #29583) $6,000.
Entertaining Guests
$2,600- $5,500
139. JAMES BRIGGS, ATTRIBUTED TO, Glasgow, c.1880, 358mm, (Our #24794) $5,500.
140. NEUNER & HORNSTEINER, Mittenwald, c.1890, a fine Kloz copy by the firm of Neuner & Hornsteiner, 359mm, (Our #30593) $5,500.
141. ERNST HEINRICH ROTH, Markneukirchen, c.1925, an unlabeled & unbranded 1920s Roth workshop Guarneri del Gesu model in excellent condition, 356mm, (Our #29749) $5,500.
142. NICHOLAS VASICH, Baltimore, 1952, (b.Yugoslavia 1891 & worked in the U.S. from 1924-), 357mm, (Our #27862) $5,000.
143. GUSTAVE AUGUST FICKER, Mittenwald, 1957, a fine copy of Nicolo Gagliano, 356mm, (Our #26242) $5,000.
144. CORBINIAN HORNSTEINER, Mittenwald, c.1820, labelled Martin Hornsteiner . . .1763, 355mm, (Our #24419) $5,000.
145. FRANZ REINDL, Mittenwald, 1967, 356mm, (Our #28499) $5,000.
146. JOHN FRIEDRICH & BRO., Markneukirchen, 1919, a Guarneri model made in Markneukirchen & sold by John Friedrich in New York, 355mm, (Our #29859) $4,750.
147. JOHN FRIEDRICH & BRO, Markneukirchen, 1923, a fine German Stradivari model made for & sold by the shop of John Friedrich in New York, 358mm, (Our #26573) $4,500.
148. ENGLISH OR SCOTTISH, c.1880, a Maggini model by a follower of Benjamin Banks, 362mm, (Our #22888) $4,500.
149. KURT MONNIG, Markneukirchen, c.1930s, labeled: GEMACHT VON/ KURT MÖNNIG/ FÜR/ WM. MONNIG & SON, 355mm, (Our #30498) $4,500.
150. JEROME THIBOUVILLE-LAMY, Mirecourt, c.1880-90, antiqued in the Caussin style, 355mm, (Our #26362) $4,500.
151. MIRECOURT, France, c.1890, possibly from the workshop of Jules Grandjon, 359mm, (Our #24650) $4,500.
152. MAX SCHUSTER, Markneukirchen, c.1925, a Stradivari model with a highly figured maple back & in very good overall condition, 356mm, (Our #26608) $4,500.
153. KURT MONNIG, Markneukirchen, c.1930s, labeled: Hergestellt von/ Kurt Monnig/fur Wm. Moennig & Son, 355mm, (Our #26661) $4,500.
154. JEROME THIBOUVILLE-LAMY, Mirecourt, c.1890-1900, 357mm, (Our #24961) $4,000.
155. HEINRICH E. HEBERLEIN, Markneukirchen, 1921, 359mm, (Our #30721) $4,000.
156. ROBERT GLIER, Cincinnati, 1915, a Stradivari model violin, made in Mirecourt, France, probably by the Mougenot workshop, & finished by Robert Glier for the Rudolph Wurlitzer Company, 355mm, (Our #25801) $4,000.
157. G. A. PFRETZSCHNER, Markneukirchen, c.1925-30, a 1920s Stradivari model in excellent condition; labeled: Reproduction of Ant. Stradivarius/ made by G.A.Pfretzschner/Markneukirchen, 357mm, (Our #25819) $4,000.
158. FRANCOIS XAVIER LECAVALLE, Mirecourt, 1856, the pegbox terminating in a carved bald & bearded man's head, presumed to be that of Gaspard Duiffopruggar, with a strikingly figured maple back; inscribed on inside back: Lacavelle a mirecourt/ en. 1856, (14-1/2"), 368mm, (Our #26458) $4,000.
159. ANDREAS MORELLI, Markneukirchen, c.1925, 358mm, (Our #31248) $3,750.
160. ENGLISH/SCOTTISH, Manchester / Glasgow, c.1900, 359mm, (Our #24767) $3,500.
161. ENGLISH, London, c.1680-1730, with numerous old repairs & restorations; an interesting early English violin, possibly by a member of the Pamphilon family, 355mm, (Our #23953) $3,500.
162. C. G. CONN, Elkhart, Indiana, c.1925, Stradivarius model, possibly the work of Frank Barstow, 360mm, (Our #27753) $3,500.
163. JOHN FRIEDRICH, SHOP OF, New York, 1904, a good German import sold by the New York shop of John Friedrich & Bro., 360mm, (Our #29134) $3,500.
164. H. M. SNELL, Pittsburgh, 1926, a finely crafted Guarneri model with extensive varnish craquele, 357mm, (Our #29669) $3,500.
165. LOUIS LOWENDALL, Berlin, c.1925, 355mm, (Our #30647) $3,500.
166. ALBERT HILDEBRANDT, Baltimore, 1907, a lovely handmade American Red Violin, a fine sounding Guarneri model in excellent condition, 356mm, (Our #28488) $3,500.
167. OSKAR C. MEINEL, BY ERNST HEINRICH ROTH, Markneukirchen, 1936, 360mm, (Our #30846) $3,500.
168. ERNST HEINRICH ROTH, Markneukirchen, 1926, lab: Hermann Lowendall/ Berlin 1926/ Reproduction of Antonius Stradivarius/Cremona 1721, 360mm, (Our #30159) $3,500.
169. HERMANN TODT, Markneukirchen, 1922, Joseph Guarneri model, 357mm, (Our #30920) $3,500.
170. KURT GUTTER, Markneukirchen, 1925, 359mm, (Our #26931) $3,500.
171. CARLO MICELLI, Saxony, 1920, in excellent condition; Carlo Micelli was a trade-name used by the firm of C. Meisel, & made in the Meisel workshop in Saxony, 362mm, (Our #26670) $3,500.
172. G. A. PFRETZSCHNER, Markneukirchen, c.1920s, labeled: Meister-Geige/copy of/ Antonius Stradivarious/hand made by/ G. A. Pfretzschner, 358mm, (Our #26330) $3,500.
173. WALTER SOLON GOSS, Boston, 1915, labeled: MODEL "Scottish" Guarnerius/ WALTER SOLON GOSS/ STRING INSTRUMENT MAKER/ copy of FAMOUS ITALIANS/ BOSTON, MASS A.D. 1915, (Our #31229) $3,500.
174. JACOBUS HORNSTEINER, Markneukirchen, c.1930s, Stradivari model, excellent condition, clear, bright sound, this was a trade-name used by the firm of Ernst Heinrich Roth, 358mm, (Our #30928) $3,000.
175. REMBERT WURLITZER (MADE FOR), Mittenwald, c.1960, 355mm, (Our #30681) $3,000.
176. CZECH, Prague, c.1920s, Guarneri del Gesu model, possibly by Ottomar Hausmann, 356mm, (Our #30254) $3,000.
177. HEBERLEIN WORKSHOP, Markneukirchen, c.1920s, a strong sounding Stradivari model, in particularly fine condition, 356mm, (Our #26375) $3,000.
Out of the Woodshed
$1,100- $2,500
178. NEUNER & HORNSTEINER, Mittenwald, c.1880, a model typical of the work Neuner & Hornsteiner did in the Stradivari style, 355mm, (Our #30607) $2,500.
179. ERNST HEINRICH ROTH, Markneukirchen, 1927, a good sounding less expensive Roth workshop Stradivari model, 356mm, (Our #30597) $2,500.
180. ROMAN TELLER, Erlangen, Germany, c.1960, 359mm, (Our #29396) $2,500.
181. MAGGINI MODEL, Markneukirchen, c.1890-1910, tastefully antiqued varnish in the French style, a long Maggini model with a massive deep sound, 366mm, (Our #29242) $2,500.
182. PAUL CLAUDOT, Mirecourt, c.1890s, 362mm, (Our #30281) $2,500.
183. GERMAN, Saxony, c.1890s, 360mm, (Our #30639) $2,200.
184. ERNST MARTIN, Saxony, c.1910, An Amati copy with an attractive one-piece back, in excellent condition, 360mm, (Our #30598) $2,000.
185. JEROME THIBOUVILLE-LAMY, Mirecourt, c.1890s, a decently crafted Stradivari model of J.T.L.'s Medio Fino grade, 360mm, (Our #31566) $1,600.
186. IVAN DUNOV, 2016, 355mm, (Our #31628) $1,200.
187. PIETRO LOMBARDI LABEL, 2016, A nicely proportioned Guarneri model, 355mm, (Our #31603) $1,200.
188. SAXON IN THE CAUSSIN STYLE, c.1890, 359mm, (Our #31577) $1,100.
Out of the Woodshed
$1,000 and Under
189. JEAN-PIERRE LUPOT LABEL, 2016, 357mm, (Our #31629) $900.
Baroque
190. LOCKEY HILL, London, c.1775, still in Baroque condition with original neck (still in with nail), saddle, & bass-bar, 353mm, (Our #22898) $15,000.
191. NICOLAS AUGUSTIN CHAPPUY, Mirecourt, c.1780s, in a particularly fine state of preservation & in original Baroque condition, certificate by Wm. Moennig & Son, Philadelphia, 360mm, (Our #28315) $12,000.
192. ENGLISH, London, c.1680-1720, Baroque set-up with original neck and bass-bar, and bears some similarity to the work of William Baker & John Grice, London makers of the late 17th & early 18th centuries, 352mm, (Our #23168) $7,500.
193. DAVID HOPF, Klingenthal, c.1790-1800, with his typically excentric corners & soundholes, a remarkably intact example of a transitional violin in original condition, original neck and neck angle, set-up with gut strings, string length-315mm, 356mm, (Our #27536) $4,500.
194. GEBRUDER LIPPOLD, Neukirchen, 1824, a good Saxon violin, suitable for use as a classical style violin, overall period original (neck, bass-bar, pegs, etc.) & in very good condition but requires a fingerboard & some minor restorations; with a scale length of 315mm, 357mm, (Our #24651) $2,500.
Fiddling Children
Fractional Size Violins
195. THIBOUVILLE-LAMY OR COLLIN WORKSHOP, Mirecourt, France, c.1910, (13-1/4"), 336mm, (Our #27353) $3,500.
196. JEROME THIBOUVILLE-LAMY, Mirecourt, c.1900-1910, in nearly perfect condition, 330mm, (Our #30302) $2,800.
197. JEHANNE H. BLAISE, Mirecourt, c.1910 & later, a nice older Mirecourt 3/4 in nearly perfect condition, (13-3/8"), 340mm, (Our #28872) $2,500.
198. MARKNEUKIRCHEN SCHOOL, c.1880, 1/4 size, 283mm, (Our #28696) $2,000.