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SALE NO: MI121218 Back Cover Illustration: Lot 1545


THE GUITAR AUCTION INCLUDING THE FRANK ALLEN & TEARS FOR FEARS COLLECTIONS

12Th &­13Th D ECEMbER 2018 TO­INCLUDE:

LOT 487 1961 Gibson Les Paul Custom electric guitar, made in USA

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TO BE SOLD 15TH MARCH 2019 Harpsichord by Sébastien Garnier, Paris, 1747 Estimate: £30,000 - £40,000


1506. Toca conga drum, yellow finish; also a pair of matching Toca bongos (2) £60-100 1507. Three various Turkish stem drums, largest with 12" skin (3) £30-60 1508. Four various Indian drums (4) £40-80

1509. Indian dulcimer style instrument, cased; also a pair of Sonor bongo drums and various other percussion instruments £40-80 1505

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MISCELLANEOUS­ MUSICAL­INSTRUMENTS 1501. *Nine various student quality guitars in variable condition, six with soft covers; also a child's violin outfit (10) *This lot is subject to 20% VAT on the hammer price £50-80

1502. *Small collection of percussion items, including drums and cymbals etc *This lot is subject to 20% VAT on the hammer price £30-60 1503. Kay five string banjo, ser. no. KB54 £30-50

1504. Hohner Verdi III 120 bass accordion, grey marble finish, case; also another Hohner Tango 120 bass accordion, red marble finish, case (2) £60-100 1505. Good C. Wheatstone English concertina, with forty-eight bone buttons on pierced rosewood ends, four-fold bellows, ser. no. 1107, rosewood case

*According to the Horniman Museum, the serial number of this instrument is recorded in the Wheatstone ledgers as being sold on 26th May 1846. Sold with copies of these ledgers £200-400

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1510. Pair of ovoid blue fibreglass barrel bongo drums, 11" skin, 30" high £100-200

1511. Metzler & Co two row Anglo concertina, with twenty-one buttons on pierced mahogany ends, five-fold bellows, case £80-120 1512. Romanian mandolin labelled Musikinstrumentenfabrik, Portughez 1 £50-80

1513. Gold Tone open back five string banjo, 11" skin, gig bag, cardboard carton (new clearance stock) £120-180

1514. Barnes & Mullins soprano open back ukulele banjo, 6" skin, in original cardboard carton (new clearance stock) £100-140

1515. Contemporary mandolin labelled Sigma Mandolins, Prepared and Inspected by C.F. Martin & Company, Made in Korea, model no. SM3S Series no. 93080013, case £100-150

1516. Five string banjo by and stamped A. Weaver Maker, London W.C. on the perch pole, with 12" skin; also an old zither banjo with 8" skin and rosewood resonator (2) £50-80 1517. Contemporary Gear4Music six string banjo with 11" skin, soft case; also an Encore left-handed electric guitar, black finish, case (2) £50-80

1518. Kay tenor banjo, with 11" skin and sunburst resonator, Stagg gig bag £50-80


1519. Good C.F. Martin & Co A Style mandolin, stamped C.F. Martin & Co, Nazareth, PA to the inside back and behind the peg box, case £500-700 1520. John Le Voi flat back mandolin, bearing the maker's label to the inside back and stamped behind the peg box, with pickup and two tuners, case £500-700 1521. Good contemporary ukulele, unlabelled £50-80

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1522. Good contemporary Oakwood bazouki, labelled and inscribed to the peg box, fitted case £100-200 1523. Levin mandolin, probably model 340 circa 1943, bearing a guarantee label and retailer's plaque to the back of the headstock, stamped no. 141152 to the top of the head, hard case £300-400 1524. Paolo Soprani button accordion, red marble finish, case £30-50

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1525. Hartwood ukulele banjo with 8" skin £40-60 1526. Coker's ukulele banjo, with 8" skin, bearing the maker's plaque to the headstock, case £80-120

1527. Metal flute by and stamped 'Romilly' Graduate Made for Rudall Carte & Co Limited, London, case £40-70

1528. Seven various metal cased flutes in variable condition by Artley (two), Bundy, Rampone & Cazzini, Blessing, Beuscher and Besson (7) £50-80

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1523 1529. Martin Smith six string contemporary banjo, with 11" skin, soft case; also a contemporary Delta Blue tenor banjo, soft case (2) £60-100

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1534 1532. Five string banjo by and inscribed Temlett's Patent on the resonator ring, with 7.75" mirrored skin, mother of pearl dot inlay and an open peg box, leather case £50-80 1533. Neapolitan mandolin by and labelled Cav. Giovanni de Meglio e Figlio..., 1895, no. 2944, also branded on the spruce table, fitted with a faux tortoiseshell scratchplate and with mother of pearl inlaid sound hole £110-140

1534. 1909 Vega Fairbanks Whyte Ladye five string open back banjo, nos. 26326 and 27881, with 11" skin and 27" scale, case *The earlier serial number stamped on this banjo suggests a manufacture date of 1909/10. In 1909 the revolutionary Tubaphone tone ring was introduced, and the option was offered to send instruments back to the factory to have the new device retro fitted. Hence the second serial number, which would have been anything up to a year later £900-1200 1535. The Windsor Popular Model 3 banjo, case; also another five string banjo (2) £30-60

1531 1530. Old Patent five string banjo inscribed Wero, 39 Essex Road, London on an oval silvered plate behind the heel, with rosewood resonator, 8.75" skin, geometric mother of pearl inlay to the fingerboard and stamped no. 5 to the open peg box, soft case £30-50 1531. 1930s Regal Princess pear shaped mandolin, case £200-250 6

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1536. Old five string unnamed banjo, with rosewood resonator, case; also a contemporary Lorenzo five string banjo (2) £60-100

1537. Old five string banjo by and stamped Manufactured by Lyon & Healy, Chicago, U.S.A. on the perch rod, with 11" skin £100-140 1538. C. Jeffries three row Anglo concertina stamped C. Jeffries, Maker, with thirty-five metal buttons on pierced foliate metal ends, six-fold bellows, leather case £1500-2000


1539 1539. Fine Neapolitan mandolin by and labelled Luigi Embergher, Fabricante d'istrumenti a Corda, via dei Szeci, 21, Roma 1895, the body of twenty-nine fluted maple ribs, the table edged with multiple purfling, the sound hole edged with mother of pearl foliate segments and with a black mastic ebony scratchplate, the fingerboard with nineteen frets under the G string and twenty-nine under the E string, the head with rear-facing machine head pegs, cased £3000-5000 1540. William De Blaise double manual walnut framed harpsichord, 42" wide, 57" long £100-200 1541. Contemporary mahogany double manual harpsichord by and inscribed Johannes Morley, London fecit, upon fluted tapering circular legs, 38" wide, 84" long £200-400

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1542. Square piano by Samuel Bury & Co, circa 1790, the case veneered with mahogany and inlaid with decorative chevron stringing, the crossbanded fasciaboard of satinwood and inlaid with musical trophies amidst scrolling foliage, supported upon square tapering legs inlaid with boxwood lines and terminating in brass caps and castors Inscribed on an oval enamel plaque on the nameboard Samuel Bury & Co, Royal Concert Piano Forte Makers & Organ Builders, by His Majesty's Royal Sellers Patent, at Their Manufactury no. 113 Bishopsgate Street within & no. 6, James Street, Covent Garden, London Length 155.5cm, width 60cm

*This piano has been in the same family for over 50 years. It was loaned by the vendors father to the national Trust and displayed by them in the Music room at Arlington Court for 10 years. £700-1000

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1543. Square piano by Longman & Broderip, London, circa 1795, the case veneered with walnut, with wide multiple decorative stringing and satinwood cross-banding, the fascia board and cheeks of handsomely figured maple with chequered stringing, mahogany cross-banding and two fretted panels, the five and a half octave keyboard, FF to c4 with 'additional notes', with ivory naturals and ebony accidentals, single action with mop-stick over-dampers, pine dust cover painted cream with running ribbons and foliage, on framed stand with square tapered legs veneered en suite with the casework, shelf stretcher Inscribed on an oval enamel plaque on the nameboard New Patent, Longman & Broderip, London, and bearing the serial number 514 Length 160cm, width 59.8cm £1000-1500

1543

FROM­ThE­ESTATE­OF­RIChARD­MAUNDER­­(LOTS­1544-1546)

Richard Maunder was both a mathematician (algebraic topology) and a musicologist. He became a lecturer in Maths at Christ’s College, Cambridge in 1968, but was already researching and editing works of J C Bach. Later he became a world expert on Mozart, preparing a new edition of Mozart’s Requiem that was recorded in 1983 by Christopher Hogwood with the Academy of Ancient Music, and appeared in 1988 in full score. Richard's edition of Mozart's Mass in C Minor was published in 1990 and recorded in 2005 by Paul McCreesh. Richard was a fine practical musician, and played harpsichord, piano, bass viol, and violone. He was also a remarkable craftsperson, and made outstanding replicas from scratch of a Hitchcock two-manual harpsichord and a C18 basset horn (as used in the Requiem) which, along with other instruments from his collection, are in the sale. (See also lots 1874-1881, 2408 and 2621) 1544. Grand piano by John Broadwood & Sons, London, 1811, the mahogany case with ebony stringing and darker mahogany crossbanding, the fasciaboard and cheeks veneered with satinwood, with holly and ebony stringing and mahogany crossbanding, the five and a half octave keyboard, FF to c4, with ivory naturals and ebony accidentals, English grand action, triple strung throughout, with a lyre supporting two pedals, one controlling the keyboard shift and the other the damper lift split at c1 between treble and bass, with music desk, on four turned baluster legs Inscribed on an oval boxwood plaque John Broadwood & Sons, Makers to His Majesty and the Princesses, Great Pulteney Street, Gold Square, London, the wrest plank bearing the serial number 5587 Length 227cm, width 106.5cm, case depth 30cm *From the estate of Richard Maunder £2000-3000

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1545. Two-manual harpsichord by Richard Maunder, Sawston, near Cambridge, circa 2005, after Thomas Hitchcock, London, circa 1725, the case of walnut with double-curved bentside, the lid with four brass strap hinges, pierced and engraved with flowers and foliage, the fasciaboards, cheeks and jackrails veneered with walnut with chevron stringing, the five octave keyboard, GG to g3, with ivory naturals with arcaded facings and ebony and ivory 'skunk-tailed' accidentals, four brass hand stops controlling two 8ft and one 4ft stops on the lower manual and one 8 ft and an 8ft lute stop on the upper manual, with separate music desk, on trestle stand with turned legs Inscribed on a boxwood plaque Richard Maunder Saustonae fecit

Length 232cm, width 92.5cm, case depth 26cm

*Richard Maunder has successfully copied almost all the features of the original Hitchcock instrument which is now held in store by the Victoria & Albert Museum (Mus. no. 126-1890). Richard Maunder (1937-2017) was a distinguished scholar both as a mathematician and as a musicologist. He was quite clearly also a competent musical instrument maker too (see also lot 1878 in this sale). *From the estate of Richard Maunder

See lot 1878 also by the same maker £5000-7000

1545 1546. Cabinet piano by John Broadwood & Sons, London, circa 1835, the case of mahogany with beaded mouldings, the panel above the keyboard of pleated red fabric with a central carved wooden boss, the fasciaboard veneered with rosewood with floral brass inlay, the six octave keyboard, FF to f3, with ivory naturals and ebony accidentals, English sticker action, two pedals controlling una corda and damper lift, two turned baluster legs to the front Inscribed on a boxwood plaque John Broadwood & Sons, Makers to His Majesty & the Princesses, Great Pulteney Street, Golden Square, London, bearing the serial number JH6499 on the wrestplank Height 185.3cm, width 117.8cm, depth 64cm *From the estate of Richard Maunder £200-300

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1547. Good Giulietti Handcraft 120 bass accordion with 7 switches, black and white mother of pearl finish, cased £100-150 1548. Mahogany duet music stand, supported upon an adjustable brass and turned column terminating in triple curving fluted legs £120-160 1549-1800 NO LOT

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1816

1817

bRASS­&­WOODWIND 1801. Four cased oboes; two Boosey & Hawkes Regent models and two unnamed (4) £80-120 1802. Four cased oboes, by Loree, Cabart, Rene Duval and Orsi (4) £120-180

1803. Four cased oboes; three Lewington models and another stamped Leslie Sheppard (4) £120-180 1804. Selmer Sterling oboe, cased; also a Buffet Crampon Evette oboe, cased (2) £80-120 1805. Corton bassoon, no. 276, case (no crook) £100-150

1806. Boosey & Hawkes Lafleur bassoon, no. 69, with crook, case £120-180

1807. Boosey & Hawkes Emperor metal flute, cased; also a Trevor James TJ10X II model metal flute, cased and four modern coloured plastic recorders (6) £40-80

1808. Large quantity of part-finished ebony and rosewood wind instrument joints £50-100 1809. Large quantity of old and part-finished wind instrument joints etc £80-150

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1810. Large quantity of old clarinets and clarinet sections £50-100 1811. Large collection of metal flutes and joints £50-100

1812. Quantity of instrument making tools, including gouges, joint templates etc £40-80 1813. Corton gold lacquered alto saxophone, no. 138014, with crook, mouthpiece, cased £80-120

1814. Just Flutes Apprentice JFL101 metal flute with crooked head joint, cased; also another metal flute, cased and a gold lacquered flute (3) £50-80

1815. Rosewood and ivory mounted flute; also a Buffet Crampon Cooper scale metal flute, cased (2) £50-80 1816. Rosewood eight key metal flute stamped Wallis Providence St Walworth, London, sound length 58.5cm, overall length 67cm £150-250

1817. Interesting old rosewood and ivory mounted nine key walking stick flute, overall length 96cm £300-500

1818. *Large collection of plastic musical instruments, including trombones, trumpets and ukuleles; also a Jupiter cornet, part flute and various instrument stands *This lot is subject to 20% VAT on the hammer price £50-80


1819

1825 1819. Good French oboe by and stamped F. Loree, made in France, no. IN55, case £500-700

1820. Buffet Crampon Cooper scale silver plated flute, case £60-100

1821. Double French brass horn with four rotary valves and a single French horn with three rotary valves; also a Boosey & Hawkes Imperial silver plated baritone horn, all cased (3) £100-200

1822. Rene Guernot Super Model silver plated tenor saxophone, no. 10476, with crook and mouthpiece, cased £120-180 1823. Dolnet gold lacquered tenor saxophone, no. 56881C, with crook and mouthpieces, cased £200-300

1824. Yamaha YSS-875 gold lacquered straight saxophone, ser. no. 002368, within a fitted case with mouthpiece and attachments £300-500 1825. Good Selmer blackwood bass clarinet, ser. no. Y9988, with crook and mouthpiece, within the original fitted case £1500-2500 1826. Henri Selmer silver plated 'Piccolo' trumpet, ser. no. 2384, no mouthpiece, hard case £150-200

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1824 1827. Rene Guenot silver plated alto saxophone inscribed on the bell Rene Guenot A. Douchet & Cie, Successeurs, 35, Rue Clavel, Paris, made in France, with crook and mouthpiece, hard case £200-250 1828. Interesting old brass cavalry bugle inscribed Boosey & Hawkes Limited and bearing the raised logo of the South Staffordshire Regiment, 20.25" long £30-60

1829. Rosetti gold lacquered tenor saxophone, ser. no. E6431, with crook and mouthpiece £60-90

1830. Boosey & Hawkes Regent clarinet, cased; also a Kohlert & Sons blackwood flute, case, another unnamed clarinet, piccolo and fife (5) £50-80

1831. Rosewood flute by and stamped Siccama Patentee, London no. 716, with ten silver plated keys, case (in need of further restoration); also a Besson 35 clarinet, case (2) £40-80 www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

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1845 1832. Boxwood and ivory clarinet by and stamped Bates, Ludgate Hill, London, with six square brass keys on wooden blocks £200-250 1833. Cocus wood flute by and stamped Rudall & Rose, no. 15 Plazza, Covent Garden, London, no. 3103, with nine silver plated keys on wooden blocks, case (condition issues) £200-400 1834. Alto saxophone inscribed 'The Marcato', gold lacquered, ser. no. 6129309, with crook and mouthpiece, case £150-200 1835. Old ebonite clarinet with Selmer glass mouthpiece, case £60-100 1836. Buffet Crampon Evette brass lacquered alto saxophone, with crook and mouthpiece, case £100-150 1837. Thirty various mouthpieces for brass instruments including: Denis Wick, Yamaha, Vincent Bach, Gretsch, Olds, Conn, HN White & Co, Kosikup, Besson, Huttl and Muller etc £80-140 1838. Thirty-five saxophone mouthpieces, for baritone, soprano, tenor and alto (35) £60-100 1839. Three various oboes; Supertone thumb plate, Czechoslovakian, wooden thumb plate model unbranded and a covered hole oboe by Conn, all cased (condition issues) (3) £60-100

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1833 1840. Three metal flutes; by Rudolf Uebel with one piece body, another by Alexander Paris and one by A. Fontaine, all cased (condition issues) (3) £60-100 1841. Four Bb plastic clarinets, by Yamaha, Bundy, Vito and Normandy, all cased (condition issues) (4) £40-80 1842. Four Bb clarinets, by Martin Freres (ebonite), Triomphe (ebonite), Conn with wooden body and ebonite barrel and bell, Cadet with wooden body, ebonite barrel and bell, all cased (condition issues) (4) £60-100 1843. Four Bb wooden clarinets, by Noblet Paris, La Fleur London Paris and New York, Jean Martin de Luxe by Martin Freres and Lamonte, Paris, all cased (condition issues) (4) £60-100 1844. Five wooden clarinets by Selmer, Paris, Penzel Muller 'Empire Model' New York and London, Karl Fischer, New York and Sherwood USA and Boosey & Hawkes of London, all cased (5) £60-100


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1849

1850 1845. Good rare Grenadilla wood piccolo by and stamped The Haynes Piccolo, Mfd by The Wm.S. Haynes Co. Boston. Mass no. 3902, case £300-500 1846. Boosey & Hawkes 926 Imperial clarinet, case £250-350

1847. Old rosewood flute with two keys, unnamed, case; also a Yamaha plastic bass recorder, soft case and a Dolmetsch Nova plastic tenor recorder, soft case (3) £60-90 1848. Pearl Dolce metal flute, case £100-150

1849. German bass metal flute by and stamped Gebruder Monnig, Markneukirchen, Made in GDR, no. 17412, with crooked head joint stamped MJA, London, case £300-500 1850. Good blackwood piccolo by and stamped Philipp Hammig, Markneukirchen, no. 23662, case £400-600

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1851

1851. Howarth & Co blackwood Cor Anglais by and stamped Howarth & Co, Maker, London, British Made; also a Howarth & co oboe stamped and no. 1359, both with mouthpieces, within a single fitted case (2) £1000-1400 1852. Silver plated alto saxophone stamped Made by C.G. Conn Limited, Elkhart-Ind, U.S.A., Sole Agents, The Saxophone Shop Limited 147 Wardour St, London W.1, with crook, mouthpiece and case £200-300 www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

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1862

1865 1853. Elkhart Series II alto saxophone, gold lacquered, with crook and mouthpiece, cased £30-60 1854. *Buffet Crampon & Cie B10 clarinet; also another Buffet Crampon & Cie clarinet and a part Yamaha clarinet (3) *This lot is subject to 20% VAT on the hammer price £30-50

1855. Group of Asian instruments, a khene (mouth organ), Laotian or northern Thailand, an anklung, Indonesia, eight rattles on stand, a simple bamboo flute, India, a tambourine, probably Indian, a Chinese double-skin barrel drum (5) £5-15 1856. Gemeinhardt Quesh S/E silver flute, ser. no. H82847, case £250-350 1857. René Duval silver plated flute, case; also a contemporary J M purple coloured flute with gilt plated keys, case (2) £20-40 1858. French blackwood clarinet by and stamped Martin Freres Paris, France no. 1740, case; also five various clarinet related books £50-80

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1859. Corton brass alto saxophone, within a fitted case with crook, mouthpiece and pads £80-120 1860. F. Buisson rosewood and nickel mounted clarinet, case £30-50 1861. NO LOT

1862. Boxwood and ivory flute by and stamped Potter Johnson's Court, Fleet Street, London, with single silver key, sound length 54cm, total length 61cm £150-200

1863. Boxwood and ivory clarinet by and stamped Wood & Ivy, Late George Wood, New Compton Street, 50 Soho, London, with ten keys on wooden blocks; also another boxwood and ivory clarinet by and stamped Goulding & D'almaine, Soho Square, London, with five square brass keys on wooden blocks, one key missing (2) £400-600 1864. Hernals Model S300 metal flute with sterling silver body, case; also a B & H 400 copper and brass bound bugle (2) £150-250 1865. Good French oboe by and stamped F. Loree, Paris no. LL61, case

*The serial number of this oboe dates it 1922 £500-700


1869

1866. Rosewood piccolo by and stamped Rudall Carte & Co, 23 Berners Street, Oxford Street, London, no. 3464, case £60-100 1867. Two old blackwood piccolos, one cased (2) £40-60 1868. Boxwood flute in F by and stamped Clementi, Improved, London, F, with single square brass key, sound length 43cm, total length 50cm £120-180 1869. Blackwood flute by and stamped Keith Prowse & Co, 48 Cheapside, London, with eight salt spoon silver keys on wooden blocks, sound length 59cm, total length 67cm, within original Keith Prowse & Co case £200-300 1870. Old unnamed tenor saxophone in need of restoration, case; also an old silver plated flute by and stamped J.R. Lafleur & Son Limited (2) £60-90 1871. Good contemporary half set of uilleann bagpipes, with spare reeds, case £200-250

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1871 1872. Buescher silver plated Tru-Tone low pitch alto saxophone, ser. no. 242976, with crook and mouthpiece, case £150-250

1873. Martin Handcraft gold lacquered low pitch baritone saxophone, no. 64487, with crook and mouthpiece £150-250

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1874

1875

1878

1879

FROM­ThE­ESTATE­OF RIChARD­MAUNDER (LOTS­1874-1881)

See also 1544-1546, 2408 and 2621

1874. One-keyed boxwood flute by and stamped D'Almaine & Co, London, ivory mounts, brass key, sound length 52.5cm £250-350

1875. Three-keyed boxwood oboe by and stamped Thomas Collier, London, onion and cotton reel finial, silver keys, length 56.8cm £1000-1500

1876. Five-keyed boxwood clarinet in Bb by and stamped Christopher Gerock, London, ivory mounts, brass keys, ebony mouthpiece, length 66.8cm £250-350 16

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1877. Six-keyed boxwood flute by and stamped William Henry Potter, London, ivory mounts, silver keys with pewter plugs, sound length 59.2cm £150-250 1878. Eight-keyed angled bassett horn by Richard Maunder, Sawston, near Cambridge, simulated ivory mounts, brass keys, oval brass bell *See also lot 1545 in this sale for another instrument made by Richard Maunder £600-800 1879. Nine-keyed stained pear wood bassoon by and stamped Bilton, London, circa 1840, brass mounts and keys, with crook (repair to bassoon)) £500-700


1880 1880. Nine-keyed stained pear wood bassoon by and stamped S.A. Chappell, 52 New Bond St W, brass mounts and keys, with crook £700-900

1881. Six-keyed stained pear wood bassoon by and stamped Hale, with brass mounts and keys, with crook £600-800

1882 1882. Set of Northumbrian small-pipes by John Dunn, Newcastle, last quarter of the 18th century, all pipes of ivory with silver mounts, keyless chanter, three drones with later silver chains, boxwood blow pipe, the bag and velvet cover by John Addison, and a five keyed rosewood chanter, circa 1810, brass keys with square covers, ivory sole *This lot is sold with a report by Dr Graham Wells dated March 2018 £3500-5000

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1883. Jazz metal flute, case; together with a Protec Music slimline flute case (2) £50-80 1884. Buescher metal flute, case £50-80 1885-2000 NO LOT

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PART­I VIOLINS­&­VIOLAS

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2001. Early 20th century half size German violin outfit, 11 3/4", 29.90cm, bow, case £60-100 2002. German violin circa 1900, 14 5/16", 36.40cm £80-120

2003. Bohemian violin circa 1920, 14", 35.60cm, two bows £50-80

2004. Late 19th century Stradivari copy violin, 14 1/16", 35.70cm £70-100 2005. Good French J.T.L. violin, 14 1/8", 35.90cm £150-250

2006. Early 20th century German violin, 14 1/8", 35.90cm £60-90

2007. Mid 19th century double purfled violin, 14 1/8", 35.90cm £100-200 2008. Good late 19th century German violin, 14 3/16", 36cm £200-300

2009. Late 19th century French violin labelled Antonius Stradivarius..., 14 1/4", 36.20cm (condition issues) £200-300

2010. Rosewood fitted violin case; also an oak fitted violin case and another violin case (3) £30-60 2011. Late 19th century violin, 14 1/8", 35.90cm £200-300

2012. French violin labelled Le Maestro, 14 1/8", 35.90cm £200-300

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2013 2013. French J.T.L. Stradivari copy violin, 14 1/8", 35.90cm £200-300

2014. German three-quarter size violin labelled Manufactured in Berlin, Special Copy of Nicolaus Amati, 13 1/16", 33.20cm £100-150

2015. German three-quarter size violin labelled Sebastien Kloz..., 13", 33cm £80-120 2016. French three-quarter size violin labelled Compagnon, 13 5/16", 33.80cm £100-150 2017. French three-quarter size Stradivari copy violin, 13 3/8", 34cm £80-120

2018. Two full size violins and a three-quarter size violin; also a small bundle of various bows £100-200


2019. French J.T.L. seven-eighth size violin, 13 3/4", 34.90cm £100-150

2020. Two three-quarter size violins and a contemporary child's violin outfit; also a small bundle of bows and five various violin cases £60-100 2021. German three-quarter size violin, 13 5/16", 33.80cm £80-120

2022. Early 20th century three-quarter size violin, 13 1/4", 33.70cm £120-160 2023. French violin circa 1920, 14 3/16", 36cm £150-200

2024. Early 20th century W.E. Hill & Sons quality fitted wooden violin case £100-150 2025. French Stradivari copy violin circa 1930, 14 1/16", 35.70cm £50-80 2026. Late 19th century Mittenwald violin, 13 15/16", 35.40cm £100-150

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2027. French three-quarter size violin, 13 1/4", 33.70cm £70-100

2034. Early 20th century Bohemian violin, 14 1/4", 36.20cm £120-150

2029. Interesting mid 19th century French violin with rounded edges, 14", 35.60cm £150-200

2036. Late 19th century Stradivari copy violin, 14 1/16", 35.70cm £60-100

2028. French three-quarter size violin, 13 3/16", 33.50cm £50-80

2035. Early 20th century French three-quarter size violin, 13 1/8", 33.30cm £40-60

2030. 19th century violin, 13 15/16", 35.40cm, two bows, case £120-180

2037. Early 20th century German violin stamped Concert Violin Herdim below the button and behind the peg box, 14 1/16", 35.70cm £80-120

2032. Three interesting old full size violins in need of restoration (3) £100-200

2039. Contemporary violin labelled Piero Badalassi..., 14 1/8", 35.90cm £200-250

2031. Early 20th century violin, 14 3/16", 36cm £50-80

2033. Contemporary violin labelled S.A. Deroux..., with transfer printed geometric design on the back, 14 3/16", 36cm £200-250

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2038. Early 20th century violin, 14 1/16", 35.70cm £30-50

2040. German three-quarter size Stradivari copy violin, 13 1/4", 33.70cm £100-150 www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

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2047. English violin by and labelled Made by James Findlay, Watchmaker, Murray St,...1916, 14 3/16", 36cm £100-150 2048. Violin labelled Alberti Fernando Moglie, fecit Romae, Anno 1972, 14 1/8", 35.90cm £150-200 2049. Early 20th century French violin, unlabelled, 14 3/16", 36cm £200-300 2050. Violin labelled Roger Chavannes, Chambesy Geneve, 1929, no. 4, 14 1/4", 36.20cm £120-180 2051. Scottish violin by and labelled William Elliot, Hawich 1912 on the treble side, also bearing a repairer's label from Amsterdam, 14 1/4", 36.20cm £150-200 2052. Late 19th century violin, 14 3/16", 36cm £150-200 2049 2041. Early 20th century violin labelled The Special 'Ruggeri', fecit in Saxony, 14 3/8", 36.50cm £70-100 2042. Violin circa 1900, 14 1/8", 35.90cm £50-80 2043. Violin circa 1910, 14 3/16", 36cm £50-80

2044. French three-quarter size Stradivari copy violin circa 1910, 13 3/8", 34cm £80-120

2045. Violin circa 1920, 14 3/16", 36cm; also two small size violins and three bows £120-160 2046. Late 19th century Stradivari copy violin, 14 1/4", 36.20cm £60-90

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2053. Interesting 19th century amateur made violin by and signed Collinson Feb 1822 to the inner back, with eccentric outline and inked purflings, 14 3/8", 36.50cm £150-200. 2054. Early 20th century violin labelled Joseph Guarnerius..., 14 1/8", 35.90cm £150-200 2055. Early 20th century violin labelled Jacobus Stainer..., 14 1/16", 35.70cm £150-200 2056. Violin indistinctly labelled ...1924, 14 1/8", 35.90cm £60-100 2057. Three old German full size violins; also a violin bow £150-250 2058. Early 20th century German violin, 14", 35.60cm; also another violin branded Hopf below the button, 14 1/4", 36.20cm (2) £60-90


2059. Early 20th century Stradivari copy violin, 13 15/16", 35.40cm; also another early 20th century violin, 13 15/16", 35.40cm (2) £80-120

2071. Early 20th century Bavarian violin with lion's head scroll, labelled Jacobus Stainer..., 13 15/16", 35.40cm, bow, case £150-200

2060. Violin circa 1920, 14 1/8", 35.90cm £100-150

2072. Early 20th century German child's violin labelled Model of Jacob Stainer..., 10 7/8", 27.50cm, with contemporary bow and case; also a Suzuki child's violin outfit, bow, case (2) £100-150

2061. Early 20th century violin branded Stainer below the button, 14 1/16", 35.60cm £100-150 2062. Early 20th century German violin, 14 1/8", 35.90cm £80-120 2063. Late 19th century Bavarian violin with lion's head scroll labelled Joseph Kloz..., 14 1/8", 35.90cm £70-100 2064. German violin circa 1930 labelled Joseph Kloz..., 14 1/8", 35.90cm £60-90 2065. German violin circa 1910, 14", 35.60cm £100-150 2066. French violin labelled Jean Baptiste Vuillaume..., 14 1/16", 35.70cm £100-150 2067. 20th century Stradivari copy violin, 14 1/8", 35.90cm £100-150 2068. French J.T.L. Stradivari copy violin labelled Violon Ecole Grandini..., 14 3/16", 36cm (condition issues) £100-150 2069. Late 19th century German violin labelled Jacobus Stainer..., 14 3/8", 36.50cm £100-150 2070. French three-quarter size violin labelled M. Couturieux..., 13 3/8", 34cm, bow, case £150-200

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2073. Good early 20th century half size Stradivari copy violin, 12 3/8", 31.50cm, with contemporary bow and case £150-200 2074. Good W.E. Hill & Sons satinwood and chevron banded fitted violin case £100-150 2075. French seven-eighth size Stradivari copy violin, 13 11/16", 34.80cm, bow, case £60-100 2076. French violin labelled Breton Brevete, De S.A.R.Me...; also branded BB on the button, 14 1/8", 35.90cm, bow, case £200-250 2077. Early 20th century Stradivari copy violin, 14 1/16", 35.70cm, bow, case

*The hammer proceeds of this lot are being donated to the charity Teenage Cancer Trust £150-250 2078. Late 19th century German violin branded Hopf below the button, 14 3/16", 36cm, bow, case £60-100 2079. Early 20th century German violin branded Stainer below the button, 14 1/16", 35.70cm, bow, case £50-80 2080. Good half size violin, 12 3/4", 32.40cm, bow, case £200-300 2081. Late 19th French JTL century violin, 14 3/16", 36cm, bow £100-150

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2088. Three-quarter size violin circa 1920, 13 1/8", 33.30cm; also another three-quarter size violin labelled Merson Violin..., 13 3/16", 33.50cm (2) £70-100 2089. Early 20th century violin stamped Conservatory Violin to the back of the peg box, 14 1/8", 35.90cm; also another violin in need of restoration and labelled Lutherie Artistique G. Cerpi..., 14 1/8", 35.90cm (2) £100-150 2090. Early 20th century German Stradivari copy violin, 14 1/16", 35.70cm; also another violin in need of restoration labelled Mathias Heinleke...Bohemia 1923, 14 3/16", 36cm (2) £150-250 2091. Child's violin labelled Ton-Klar, 'The Dancla', Made in Germany Expressly for William Lewis and Son, Chicago, Illinois, no. 1267/4, 11 3/18", 28.30cm £80-120 2092. Violin circa 1920, 14 1/8", 35.90cm £70-100 2082

2084

2082. Early 20th century German violin labelled Ludwig Glaesel, MusikInstrumenten, Fabrikation, Markneukirchen i.S., 14 1/8", 35.90cm, bow, case £200-300

2083. Late 19th century violin with lion's head carved scroll, 14", 35.60cm; also an early 20th century violin, 14 1/8", 35.90cm (2) £80-120 2084. Late 19th century German violin labelled Copy of Joh.Bapt.Schweizer..., 14 1/8", 35.90cm £200-300

2085. German three-quarter size Stradivari copy violin, 13 5/16", 33.80cm £100-150 2086. 19th century violin labelled Nicolaus Gagliano..., 14 1/16", 35.70cm £70-100

2087. Three-quarter size violin circa 1930, 13 3/16", 33.50cm; also another three-quarter size violin, 13 5/16", 33.80cm (2) £80-120

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2093. Box of violin and violoncello fittings, including mainly tailpieces and chin rests £20-40 2094. Musical saw inscribed Jedson Student, Made in England, 9.5" long overall, bow, case; also another smaller saw, 18.5" long overall, bow (2) £40-80 2095. Late 19th century violin, 14 1/4", 36.20cm, case £50-80 2096. 19th century Saxon violin, 14 1/16", 35.70cm, bow, case £10-150 2097. German violin labelled Adolf Konig...Brienz 1929, 14", 35.60cm £100-150 2098. Hungarian 19th century violin inked Palatinus...Szolnok to the inner back; also labelled Petrus Guarnerius..., 14 1/16", 35.70cm £80-120


2099. Hungarian violin labelled Michelberger Janos...Budapest VI., Uteg Ucca 5., 14 1/8", 35.90cm £120-160 2100. Hungarian violin labelled Spiegel Janos, Budapest 1929, 14 1/8", 35.90cm £100-150

2101. Very large quantity of stringed musical instrument fittings, including pegs, chin rests, shoulder rests, strings, tailpieces, bridges and end pins etc £100-200 2102. Small quantity of good stringed instrument making tools, including thumb planes and gauges etc; also a quantity of stringed instrument making notes, publications and publication extracts etc £100-150

2108

2103. Quantity of stringed instrument fittings, including pegs, bridges, strings and chin rests etc £50-100

2111. Early 20th century violin, 14 1/8", 35.90cm £70-100

2105. Quantity of maple rib wood, veneers and purfling etc £40-80

2113. Early 20th century violin, 14", 35.60cm £70-100

2107. Large quantity of maple and spruce violoncello making wood cut to size, with some referenced matched pieces £200-400

2115. English violin by and labelled Made by J.H. Longson, Stockport, 1881, 14", 35.60cm, bow, case

2104. Quantity of stringed instrument making forms, various closing clamps and fingerboards etc £80-140

2106. Large quantity of maple and spruce violin making wood cut to size, with some referenced matched pieces £150-250

2108. Very large quantity of both maple and spruce violin/viola making wood, including: partly finished backs, fronts, neck blocks and rib wood etc £400-800 2109. Large quantity of stringed instrument fittings, including assorted new bridges, pegs, tailpieces and chin rests etc; also two partly finished ebony fingerboards £50-100 2110. Mid 19th century violin, unlabelled, 14 1/16", 35.70cm £80-140

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2112. Interesting 19th century violin in need of further restoration, 14 3/16", 36cm £100-200

2114. Contemporary viola labelled A. Schroetter..., 15 5/8", 39.60cm, bow, case £80-140

*This violin was commissioned from the maker by the vendor’s great-great grandfather so has remained in the same family by descent ever since. It was played by the original owner in the first violins of the Halle Orchestra and for the past 50 years by the vendor herself. £200-400 2116. Twelve various violin and viola cases (12) £30-60

2117. French JTL violin circa 1910, 14 3/16", 36cm £150-200 2118. Early 20th century violin, 14 3/16", 36cm £100-150

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2135 2119. Early 20th century violin, 14 1/8", 35.90cm; also another violin circa 1910, 14 1/16", 35.70cm (2) £150-200 2120. Early 20th century double purfled violin labelled Manufactured in Berlin, Special Copy of Giovanni Paolo Maggini, 14 9/16", 37cm £150-200

2121. Scottish violin by and labelled R. Howe, 1890; also stamped R. Howe below the button, 14 1/8", 35.90cm £200-300 2122. Maidstone half size violin, 12 5/16", 31.30cm £50-80

2123. German Stradivari copy violin circa 1930, 14", 35.60cm; also another 19th century violin, indistinctly labelled, 14 1/2", 36.80cm (sound post crack in the back) (2) £100-150 2124. Early 20th century Maggini copy violin, 14 1/8", 35.90cm £100-150

2125. Early 20th century one string long neck viola, 39" long overall £40-80 2126. Early 20th century double purfled violin, 14 1/16", 35.70cm £200-250 2127. Late 19th century German violin, 14 3/16", 36cm £200-250 2128-2130 NO LOT 24

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2121

bOOKS 2131. Karel Jalovec - Italian Violin Makers £30-50 2132. David Rattray - Masterpieces of Italian Violin Making (1620-1850), important stringed instruments from the collection of the Royal Academy of Music, published by Balafon Books, 2000 £30-50 2133. Charles Beare - Antonio Stradivari, the Cremona Exhibition of 1987, published London 1993 £160-200 2134. William Henley - Universal Dictionary of Violin & Bow Makers, 1973 edition £60-90 2135. Jorge Pozas - The Golden Age of Violin Making in Spain, limited edition copy no. 371/1000 £220-280


2136. Charles Beare, Bruce Carlson and Andrea Mosconi - Joseph Guarnerius 'del Gesu', Cremona 1995 £40-60 2137. Andrew Hooker - Mr Black's Violins, the Extraordinary Obsession of Gerald Segelman, limited edition 1244/1500 £70-100 2138. Albert W. Cooper - The Cooper Collection, volume one, limited edition 631/1000; also Albert W. Cooper - The Cooper Collection volume two, limited edition 464/1000 (2) £50-80 2139. Carlo Vettori - The Classic Lines of Italian Violin Making, signed edition £30-50 2140. Paul Childs - The Bow Makers of the Peccatte Family, limited edition 2482/2500 £80-120 2141. The Retford Centenary Exhibition, published by Ealing Strings, London 1975; also Sotheby's - The Sam & Rie Bloomfield Foundation hardback catalogue dated 23rd November 1988 and several other stringed instrument related books and pamphlets (13) £60-100 2142. Richard Sadler - Arthur Bultitude and The Hill Tradition, published by Ealing Strings in 2000 £40-60 2143. Richard Sadler - W.E. Hill & Sons (1880-1992) A Tribute, limited library edition 214/1400 £40-60 2144. Sidney Bowden - Pajeot, Bow Makers of the 18th and 19th Centuries, published by Ealing Strings 1991 £50-80 2145. The Wurlitzer Collection, Rare Violins, Violas, Violoncellos of the 17th, 18th and 19th Centuries, part one; also Rare Bows for Violin, Viola, Violoncello Bow Makers of the 18th and 19th Centuries, within one contemporary burgundy gilt tooled titled binding dated 1931 £100-150

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2152 2146. The British Violin - the catalogue of the 1998 exhibition '400 Years of Violin & Bow Making in the British Isles' published by BVMA 2000 £100-150 2147. John Milnes & Derek Wilson - The Hill Bow Makers 1880-1962, published by the BVMA £40-60

2148. William Henley - Universal Dictionary of Violin & Bow Makers, 1973 edition £60-90 2149. Paul Childs - The Bow Makers of the Peccatte Family, limited edition no. 78/2500, dedicated and signed by the author dated May 1996 £80-120 2150. Joseph Roda - Bows for Musical Instruments of the Violin Family, limited library edition 159/3000 £100-150 2151. Etienne Vatelot - Les Archets Francais, Tomes I & II £300-500 2152. Bernard Millant, Jean Francois Raffin, Bernard Gaudfroy and Ioic le Canu - l'archet, volumes one (Premiere Partie and Deuxieme Partie); also volumes II and III (4) £600-900 2153-2200 NO LOT

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bOWS­&­ bOW­WOOD

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Lots 2201-2210 are part of the excess Pernambuco wood of master bow maker John Stagg following rationalisation of his stocks. The wood was purchased from several well-known wood suppliers between 1985 and 1995. For bow makers worldwide, this represents an excellent opportunity to purchase fine quality Pernambuco bow making wood at a fraction of the prices charged by the main suppliers

2201

Using a Lucchi meter, all the wood has been graded into four separate categories as follows: A+

6000+

A

5800-6000

C

5200-5500

B

D

5500-5800 Under 5200

The grading can be clearly seen on the end of each stick as shown in the images

2201. Forty rough sawn or otherwise unworked pernambuco violin bow sticks of various grades (40) £100-200 2202. Forty rough sawn or otherwise unworked pernambuco violin bow sticks of various grades (40) £100-200 2203. Forty rough sawn or otherwise unworked pernambuco violin bow sticks of various grades (40) £100-200 2204. Forty rough sawn or otherwise unworked pernambuco violin bow sticks of various grades (40) £100-200 2205. Forty part machined pernambuco violin bow sticks of various grades (40) £120-180

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2209 2206. Forty part machined pernambuco violin bow sticks of various grades (40) £120-180 2207. Forty part machined pernambuco violin bow sticks of various grades (40) £120-180 2208. Forty part machined pernambuco violin bow sticks of various grades (40) £120-180 2209. Forty part worked/part finished pernambuco violin bow sticks of various grades (40) £150-250 2210. Forty part worked/part finished pernambuco violin bow sticks of various grades (40) £150-250


FURThER­LOTS­FROM­ ThE­WORKShOP­OF­ JOhN­STAgg­(LOTS­2211-2219)

2211. Quantity of pernambuco bow making repair wood, over fifty years old (approx 9-10kg) £50-100

2212. Quantity of maple and lime wood suitable for bow making (eight slabs - largest 14" x 11") £50-100 2213. Quantity of hides of leather for making bow lappings £50-100

2214. Quantity of vulcanised fibre of varying sizes (0.7mm, 0.5mm, 0.3mm and 0.25mm) £50-100 2215. Large quantity of nickel mounted bow frogs and frog fittings £100-200

2216. Large quantity of mainly silver mounted frogs and frog fittings £200-400

2217. Fetique silver mounted frog with adjuster and screw, F.N. Voirin silver adjuster and screw with plate and ferrule, Thomassin silver adjuster and screw with ferrule; also a broken bow stick by and stamped F.N. Voirin á Paris, with silver mounted frog and adjuster and two other nickel mounted bow sticks with frogs and adjusters by and stamped Arnold Voigt (violoncello) and the other stamped Lupot £600-900 2218. Box of various old tools used in the construction of bow making, including small planes and files etc £80-140 2219. Quantity of block plane castings and plane irons £40-80

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2220. Quantity of ebony used to make bow frogs; also leather strips etc £30-60

2221. Quantity of ebony cut into frogs and other strips of wood for wedges etc; also three violin/viola/violoncello bow making gauged planks and a small quantity of bow blanks £40-80

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2222. Large quantity of bow making tools that belonged to the ex Hill bow maker Brian Mockett including: thumb planes, files, gouges, clamps etc; also a nine-drawer tool chest, 38.5" high, 24.75" wide, 12.5" deep £200-300 2223. Large quantity of white, brown and black horse hair; small quantity of black and white bow lapping; also a three-quarter size Stentor student violin, case £60-100 2224. Small quantity of mother of pearl faceted bow adjusters and screws; also a quantity of silver wirework £50-80 2225. Large quantity of interesting silver and nickel mounted violin frogs; also various other bow fittings including adjusters and screws, faces and bow hair etc £200-400 2226. Bundle of bows £30-60 2227. Bundle of bows £30-60 2228. Bundle of bows £20-40 2229. Bundle of bows £20-40 2230. Bundle of bows £20-40 2231. Bundle of bows £20-40 2232. Bundle of bows £20-40 2233. Bundle of bows £30-60 2234. Bundle of bows £25-45 2235. Bundle of bows £20-40

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2236. Five various bows £25-50 2237. Five various bows £25-50 2238. Four nickel mounted violin bows (4) £40-80 2239. Four nickel mounted violin bows (4) £40-80 2240. Five nickel mounted violin bows (5) £40-80 2241. Four unfinished French violoncello bow sticks (4) £60-100 2242. Three old violin bow sticks, one stamped Leon Bernardel, another stamped Lamy Paris and the other unstamped (3) £60-100 2243. Eight various bows (8) £40-80 2244. Bundle of bows £50-100 2245. Four various bows with broken sticks, two stamped Paesold and Penzel, the other two illegibly stamped; also a violin bow stick by and stamped H & S and a violoncello bow stick by and stamped W.E. Hill & Sons (6) £200-400 2246. German nickel mounted violin bow stamped E. Herrmann; also a contemporary gilt metal mounted violin bow (2) £60-80

2247. German silver mounted violin bow stamped Aug. Edwin Prager and B & S, 56gm; also a nickel mounted violin bow (2) £300-500 2248. German three-quarter size violoncello bow stamped Pinnenberg, 74gm; also a nickel mounted three-quarter size violoncello bow, unstamped, 83gm (2) £250-350

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2249. Four nickel mounted violin bows, one stamped Bausch Copy, another Lupot and two unstamped; also a half size violin bow with later silver adjuster and a bow stick (6) £50-80 2250. Old nickel mounted violoncello bow; also three nickel mounted violin bows, one stamped Lupot (4) £50-80 2251. Three silver mounted violin bows all with pinned heads, by and stamped John W. Stagg, Herbert Wanka and Roderich Paesold (3) £150-250

2252. Two silver mounted violin bows with pinned heads by and stamped M. Perrira-Brasil and Albert Fischer; also two German nickel mounted violin bows, one with a pinned head, both unstamped (4) £150-250 2253. English silver mounted violin bow by John W. Stagg, unstamped, 64gm; also another English silver mounted violin bow by John W. Stagg, unstamped, 61gm (2) £300-500 2254. Three German nickel mounted violin bows, one stamped Tourte, another Meisel and the other unstamped (3) £60-100

2255. Silver mounted violin bow stamped Bausch; also two other silver mounted violin bows (3) £150-250 2256. Two silver mounted violin bows both stamped Tourte, 55gm and 58gm (2) £200-300

2257. Two French nickel mounted violin bows, one stamped Pillot; also a half size nickel mounted violin bow (3) £100-150 2258. Two old silver mounted violin bows, unstamped; also two nickel mounted violin bows (4) £60-100 2259-2260 NO LOT

2261. Contemporary Dragonetti double bass bow; also another contemporary double bass bow, both with black leather pouches (2) £150-250


2265

2262. German double bass bow by and stamped Joh. Schneider, 140gm, hard case £100-150 2263. French violoncello bow by and stamped F.N. Voirin á Paris, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with silver rings enclosing pearl eyes and with a later ebony adjuster with two nickel bands, 75gm (condition issues) £200-400 2264. Silver mounted violin bow, unstamped, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes and with a silver overlaid ebony adjuster, 62gm £300-400 2265. Violin bow stamped Vtor Fetique á Paris, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with rings enclosing pearl eyes and with an overlaid ebony adjuster, 60gm £1200-1600 2266. French silver mounted violin bow, unstamped, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes and with a silver overlaid ebony adjuster, 63gm £800-1200

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2267. Silver mounted violin bow stamped A. Deblaye, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with silver rings enclosing pearl eyes and with a silver overlaid ebony adjuster, 60gm £1200-1500 2268. Silver mounted violin bow stamped A. Lamy á Paris, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes and the ebony adjuster with two silver bands, 61gm £1000-1400 2269. Silver mounted violin bow of the Peccatte School, unstamped, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes and the ebony adjuster with two silver bands, 60gm £600-800 2270. Silver mounted violin bow stamped Pillot, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with silver rings enclosing pearl eyes and with a silver overlaid ebony adjuster, 60gm £700-900 2271. Silver mounted violin bow by Thibouville Lamy and stamped Sarasate Maitre, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes and with a silver overlaid ebony adjuster, 61gm £600-800

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2272 2272. French nickel mounted violin bow by and stamped Jh. Voirin, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with nickel rings enclosing pearl eyes and with a nickel overlaid ebony adjuster, 57gm £1200-1500 2273. Interesting silver mounted French violoncello bow, unstamped, the stick octagonal, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes and the ebony adjuster with two silver bands, 88gm £1200-1600

2274. French silver mounted violoncello bow after Vuillaume, unstamped, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes and the ebony adjuster with two silver bands, 80gm £1500-2000 2275. French violin bow attributed to the School of Morizot pere stamped Tourte, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes and the ebony adjuster with two nickel bands, 58gm

*This bow is sold with a certificate of authenticity from P. Guillaume dated 29th August 2017, no. 17530 £700-1000 2276. French nickel mounted violin bow attributed the Louis Bazin School, stamped C. Bazin, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes and the ebony adjuster with two nickel bands, 56gm *This bow is sold with a certificate of authenticity from P. Guillaume dated 14th February 2018, no. 18121 £1000-1500 30

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2273 2277. French nickel mounted violin bow attributed to the School of C N & L Bazin, indistinctly stamped, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes and the ebony adjuster with two nickel bands, 60gm *This bow is sold with a certificate of authenticity from P. Guillaume dated 29th August 2017, no. 17522 £1000-1500

2278. French silver and tortoiseshell mounted violoncello bow by and stamped Thibouville-Lamy, the stick round, the tortoiseshell frog inlaid with pearl eyes and the ebony adjuster with two silver bands, 74gm *This bow is sold with a certificate of authenticity from P. Guillaume dated 2nd March 2018, no. 18345 £1800-2400 2279. Silver mounted violin bow, unstamped, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes and the ebony adjuster with two silver bands, 57gm £240-280

2280. German silver mounted violin bow by and stamped Edw. Herrmann***, the stick octagonal, the ebony frog inlaid with silver rings enclosing pearl eyes and the ebony adjuster with two silver bands, 57gm £300-400

2281. English silver mounted violin bow by W.E. Hill & Sons, unstamped, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes and with a silver overlaid ebony adjuster, 61gm (this stick has been spliced) £300-400


2274 2282. German silver mounted violin bow by and stamped E.L. Herrmann**, the stick octagonal, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes and with a silver overlaid ebony adjuster, 58gm £300-400 2283. Nickel mounted violin bow stamped Tourte, 61gm £150-200 2284. German violin bow stick stamped Dodd £50-80

2285. Silver mounted violoncello bow, unstamped, the stick octagonal, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes and the ebony adjuster with two silver bands, 69gm (without hair) £400-600

2286. Silver mounted violin bow, unstamped, the stick round, the associated ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes and the associated ebony adjuster with two silver bands, 53gm (without hair) £600-800 2287. German silver mounted violin bow, unstamped, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes and the ebony adjuster with two silver bands, 51gm (without hair) £200-250

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2278 2288. Nickel mounted violin bow stamped Bazin, the stick octagonal, the ebony frog inlaid with nickel rings enclosing pearl eyes and the ebony adjuster with two nickel bands, 52gm (without hair and lapping) £300-400 2289. German silver mounted violin bow, unstamped, the stick round, the ebony frog plain and with a silver overlaid ebony adjuster, 52gm (without hair) £200-250 2290. Nickel mounted violin bow stamped Dodd, 48gm (without hair) £150-200

2291. German violin bow, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with large pearl eyes and the ebony adjuster with two bands, 45gm (without hair and lapping) £200-250 2292. German nickel mounted violin bow, 62gm £100-150

2293. German silver mounted violin bow by and stamped Otto Durrschmidt, the stick round, the ebony frog plain and the ebony adjuster with two silver bands, 54gm (without hair) £200-300

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2307 2294. Silver mounted violoncello bow stamped Bazin, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with large pearl eyes and the ebony adjuster with one silver band (one missing), 68gm (without hair and lapping) £200-300 2295. Silver mounted violin bow faintly stamped, 46gm (without hair and lapping) (one silver band missing on the adjuster) £150-200

2296. Silver mounted violin bow stamped Vuillaume Modell, 50gm (without hair) £100-150 2297. Silver mounted violin bow, unstamped, 64gm £80-120

2298. Old nickel mounted French viola bow, unstamped, 73gm (condition issues) £100-200 2299. Interesting old bow stick £80-140

2300. Nickel mounted violin bow stamped J. Tournier á Paris, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes and the ebony adjuster with two nickel bands, 58gm £200-300 32

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2308 2301. Nickel mounted violoncello bow, unstamped, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes and with a silver overlaid ebony adjuster, 76gm £300-400

2302. Nickel mounted violoncello bow by and stamped H. Fowers, 65gm (without hair and lapping) £120-160

2303. Interesting nickel mounted violin bow, unstamped, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with nickel rings enclosing pearl eyes and with a nickel overlaid ebony adjuster, 52gm (without hair) £800-1200

2304. Silver mounted violin bow bearing an illegible stamp, 60gm £50-100 2305- 2306 NO LOT

2307. Gold mounted violin bow, unstamped, the stick octagonal, the ebony frog inlaid with gold rings enclosing pearl eyes and the ebony adjuster with two gold bands, 61gm £1200-1500

2308. Gold and tortoiseshell mounted violin bow stamped Ch. Buthod á Paris, the stick round, the tortoiseshell frog inlaid with gold rings enclosing pearl eyes and the ebony adjuster with two gold bands, 64gm £1500-2000


2315. Violoncello bow attributed to H.R. Pfretzschner and stamped Techler, the stick round, the open ebony frog plain and with a bone adjuster, 66gm *This bow is sold with a certificate of authenticity from C. Hans-Karl Schmidt dated 17th July 2015 £160-200

2316. German silver mounted violoncello bow, unstamped, 63gm (without hair and lapping) £100-150 2317. English nickel mounted violin bow stamped Rushworth & Dreaper, Liverpool, the stick octagonal, the ebony frog inlaid with large pearl eyes and with a nickel overlaid ebony adjuster, 56gm £250-350

2309 2309. Gold mounted violin bow by and stamped Conrad Glaesel, Bruxelles, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes and the ebony adjuster with two gold bands, 60gm *This bow has come from the collection of Georg & Dieter Walther Sammlung which was sold by Bongartz in 2017 £1200-1600

2310. German nickel mounted viola bow by and stamped W. Seifert, the stick octagonal, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes and the ebony adjuster with two nickel bands, 63gm £60-100

2318. Nickel mounted violoncello bow stamped Voigt, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes and the ebony adjuster with two nickel bands, 68gm (without hair) £150-200

2319. French nickel mounted violin bow stamped Pillot, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes and with a nickel overlaid ebony adjuster, 62gm £100-150

2320. German violin bow by and stamped Arthur Thoma, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes and the ebony adjuster with two bands, 57gm £150-200

2311. Silver mounted violin bow stamped E. Sartory á Paris, the stick round, the ebony frog plain and with a silver overlaid ebony adjuster, 59gm £100-150

2321. Interesting German nickel mounted violin bow by and stamped M. Winterline, the stick fluted, the ebony frog inlaid with nickel rings enclosing pearl eyes and the ebony adjuster with two wide nickel bands, 57gm £200-300

2313. Silver mounted violin bow stamped J. Brown JNR, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes, with sterling silver hallmarked ferrule and silver overlaid ebony adjuster, 61gm £120-160

2323. French JTL silver mounted viola bow stamped C. Buthod á Paris, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with silver rings enclosing pearl eyes and with a silver overlaid ebony adjsuter, 65gm (without lapping) £750-950

2312. English silver mounted violin bow, unstamped, the stick octagonal, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes and with a silver overlaid ebony adjuster, 56gm £80-120

2314. Interesting silver mounted violin bow, probably English, unstamped, the stick octagonal, the ebony frog plain and with a later adjuster, 56gm £350-450

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2322. Contemporary silver mounted violin bow by and stamped Jan Kudanowski, the stick octagonal, the ebony frog inlaid with silver rings enclosing pearl eyes and with a silver overlaid ebony adjuster, 60gm £350-450

2324. French silver mounted violin bow stamped Amati Mangenot, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes missing and the ebony adjuster with two nickel bands, 53gm (without hair) £550-750 www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

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2326

2327 2327. Good contemporary silver mounted viola bow by and stamped Stephane Muller, Toulouse, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with large pearl eyes and the ebony adjuster with two silver bands, 70gm £3000-4000

2328. Good French silver mounted violin bow by Charles Nicolas Bazin and stamped C. Bazin, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with silver rings enclosing pearl eyes and with a silver overlaid ebony adjuster, 59gm

*This violin bow is sold with a certificate of authenticity from Jean-Francois Raffin dated 25th February 2002, no. 5904 £3500-4500 2329. French nickel mounted viola bow of the Peccatte School, unstamped, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes (one missing) and the ebony adjuster with two nickel bands, 58gm (without hair and lapping) £300-500

2328

2325. French nickel mounted violin bow of the Bazin School, unstamped, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes and the ebony adjuster with two nickel bands, 58gm £800-1200

2326. French silver mounted viola bow by Morizot Freres and stamped L. Morizot, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with silver rings enclosing pearl eyes and with a silver overlaid ebony adjuster, 57gm (without hair and partial lapping) £1500-1800 34

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2330. Silver mounted violin bow, unstamped, the stick round, the later ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes and the ebony adjuster with two silver bands, 58gm £600-800

2331. Nickel mounted violin bow bearing an illegible stamp, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes and the ebony adjuster with two nickel bands, 59gm £350-450 2332. Silver mounted violin bow stamped Amati Mangenot, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with silver rings enclosing pearl eyes and with a silver overlaid ebony adjuster, 47gm (without hair and partial lapping) £350-450


2335

2336

2333. Interesting French nickel mounted violin bow of the Pajeot/Maire School, unstamped, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with nickel rings enclosing pearl eyes and the ebony adjuster with two nickel bands, 50gm (without hair and lapping) £1000-1500 2334. Interesting French silver mounted violin bow faintly stamped Bazin, Pajeot Copy, the stick round, the ebony frog plain and the ebony adjuster with two silver bands, 55gm £1000-1200 2335. Silver mounted violin/viola bow stamped Silvestre & Maucotel, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with silver rings enclosing pearl eyes and with a silver overlaid ebony adjuster, 66gm £1000-1200

2336. French silver mounted violin bow by and faintly stamped Jean-Joseph Martin, for J. Thibouville Lamy, the stick octagonal, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes and the ebony adjuster with two silver bands, 56gm (without hair) *This violin bow is sold with a certificate of authenticity from Cabinet d'Archetiers Experts Jean-Francois Raffin dated 5th October 2012, no. 1073 £4000-6000 2337. French silver mounted violin bow by and stamped Francois Lotte, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes and the associated ebony adjuster with two silver bands, 58gm (without hair)

*This violin bow is sold with a certificate of authenticity from Cabinet d'Archetiers Experts Jean-Francois Raffin dated 23rd March 2018, no. 10809-HXC4, the certificate states that the adjuster (button) is associated £1200-1500

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2337

2338. Silver mounted violin bow stamped Francois Lotte, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with silver rings enclosing pearl eyes and the associated ebony adjuster with two silver bands, 51gm (without hair) £500-800

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2342

2343 2341. Silver mounted violoncello bow, unstamped, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes and the ebony adjuster with two silver bands, 71gm £500-700

2342. Good French violoncello bow by and stamped Charles Louis Bazin, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes (missing), the ebony adjuster with two silver bands, 82gm *This violoncello bow is sold with a certificate of authenticity from Cabinet d'Archetiers Experts Jean-Francois Raffin dated 13th March 2014, no. 3371-BFEB £2500-3500

2343. Good French nickel mounted violin bow of the Pajeot/Maire School circa 1835-1840, unstamped, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes and the ebony adjuster with two nickel bands, 54gm (without hair)

2344 2339. Silver mounted violoncello bow stamped Gand Freres, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes and the ebony adjuster with two silver bands, 77gm £700-1000 2340. German silver mounted violoncello bow by and stamped Weichold Dresden, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes and the ebony adjuster with one silver band, 75gm £650-850 36

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2344. Good French nickel mounted violin bow by and stamped Jean-Joseph Martin circa 1880, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with nickel rings enclosing pearl eyes and the ebony adjuster with two nickel bands, 44gm (without hair and lapping) *This violin bow is sold with a certificate of authenticity from P. Guillaume dated 2nd March 2018, no. 18355 £2500-3500 2345-2400 NO LOT


2405

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2401. French violin by and labelled Chipot-Vuillaume, Gendre de J.-B. Vuillaume á Paris 1894, 14 1/4", 36.20cm (condition issues), two nickel mounted bows, case *This violin is sold with a letter from Phillip Dart Stringed Instruments discussing the condition of the instrument and giving an insurance value of £1800, dated 31st March 1999 £250-350 2402. Good French violin labelled Denizot, Luthier · Tours, 1829, the one piece back of faint medium/close curl with similar wood to the sides and head, the table of a broad width grain and the varnish of a light brown colour on a golden ground, 14", 35.60cm £700-1000

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2403. French violin labelled Fait sous la Direction de G. Apparut-annee 1941, 14 1/4", 36.20cm, bow, case £300-500

2404. French violin labelled Leon Bernardel, Luthier, 40 bis Faub. Poissonniere, Annee 1899 Paris, no. 78, 14 1/8", 35.90cm, bow, case £250-350 2405. French violin by and labelled Antonio Lorenzi, Di San Raffaelo, no. 3125, also signed on the label and branded A.Lorenzi on the button, the two piece back of medium curl with similar wood to the sides and head, the table of a medium width grain narrowing to the flanks and the varnish of a reddish-brown colour on a golden ground, 14 1/8", 35.90cm £1200-1500 2406. Violin labelled C.A. Miremont, fecit Parisiis, Anno Dni, 1881, 13 15/16", 35.40cm £450-650

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2408

2407. Violin labelled L.N. Vissenaire, Luthier, Fournisseur du Conservatoire, Place des Jacobins, Lyon l'an 1880, the two piece back of medium curl with similar wood to the sides, the head of plainish wood, the table of a medium width grain and the varnish of a plum red colour on a golden ground, 14 1/4", 36.20cm ÂŁ1000-1400 2408. Good English viola by and labelled David J. Rubio, Cambridge Anno 1986, the one piece back of faint medium curl with similar wood to the sides and head, the table of a fine width grain widening to the flanks and the varnish of a reddish-brown colour on a golden ground, 16 1/4", 41.30cm, case *From the estate of Richard Maunder ÂŁ1500-2000

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2414

2409. French violin labelled F. Breton, Brevete de S.M.G...., also stamped Breton on the button, 14 1/4", 36.20cm £300-400 2410. 19th century violin labelled Nicolas Lupot Luthier..., 14 3/16", 36cm £300-400 2411. Late 19th century violin, 14 1/16", 35.70cm £250-350

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2412. Mid 19th century French violin of the Caussin School, 14 1/8", 35.90cm, case £350-450 2413. 20th century viola, 16 1/8", 41cm, case £500-700

2414. Violin labelled Jt Derazey, Luthier, Mirecourt, Vosges..., the two piece back of medium curl with similar wood to the sides and head, the table of a fine width grain slightly widening to the flanks and the varnish of a light brownish colour on a golden ground, 14 3/16", 36cm £2000-2500

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2415

2415. Good Italian violin from the workshops of Nicolo Igino Sderci and labelled Iginius Sderci fecit, Florentia Anno 1970 and signed on the label; also inscribed in pencil to the inner back on the treble side Fatto · Firenze de Igino Sderci, the one piece back of faint medium curl with similar wood to the sides and head, the table of a fine width grain and the varnish of a light reddish-brown colour on a golden ground, 14 1/16", 35.70cm *This violin is sold with a certificate of authenticity from Carlson Neumann dated 6th September 2007 £5000-8000

2416. Good German violin by and labelled Johann Gottlob Ficker Lauden und Geigenmacher in Neukirchen Fecit 1788; also branded *J:G:F* to the inner back, the one piece back of faint medium curl with similar wood to the sides, the head of plainish wood, the table of a fine width grain slightly widening to the flanks and the varnish of a light reddishbrown colour on a golden ground, 14 1/16", 35.70cm £700-1000

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2417. Late 18th century German violin, unlabelled, the one piece back of faint narrow curl with similar wood to the sides, the later head of broad curl, the table of a medium width grain narrowing to the flanks and the varnish of a reddish-brown colour on a golden ground, 14 1/16", 35.70cm, two nickel mounted violin bows, within a W.E. Hill & Sons fitted case £800-1200 2418. Interesting late 18th/early 19th century violin, possibly Italian of the Prague School, unlabelled, the two piece back of plainish wood with similar wood to the sides and head, the table of a fine width grain and the varnish of a dark reddish-brown colour on a golden ground, 14 1/4", 36.20cm, case £1200-1600


2419

2419. Interesting violin labelled Carlo Tononi Bolognese, Fece in Venezia L'A'1753, the one piece back of faint broad curl with similar wood to the sides, the head of faint medium curl, the table of a fine width grain and the varnish of a reddish-brown colour on a golden ground, 14 1/16", 35.70cm, case £3000-4000

2420. Violin probably by and labelled Pecchini Vasco, fece in Suzzara (Mantova), Anno Domini 1949 P.V.S., 14 1/16", 35.70cm; also a 3/4 size violin, 13", 33cm (at fault) (2) £400-600

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2421. French violin of the Derazey School circa 1880, the two piece back of faint medium curl with similar wood to the sides, the head of plainish wood, the table of a fine and medium width grain, the varnish of a reddish-brown colour on a golden ground, 14 1/8", 35.90cm £400-600

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2422

2422. French violin by and labelled Nicolas Vissenaire, Luthier, Place des Jacobins, · Lyon, l'an 1871, the two piece back of faint broad curl with faint medium curl to the sides and head, the table of a fine width grain and the varnish of a plum red colour on a golden ground, 14 1/4", 36.20cm £1500-2000 2423. Contemporary German viola labelled Franz Sandner, Ranheim anno 1989, West-Germany, 16 1/16", 40.60cm £200-250

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2424. Interesting early 19th century violin, possibly Tyrolean and labelled Jacobus Stainer..., the one piece back of faint medium curl with similar wood to the sides and head, the table of a fine width grain and the varnish of a reddish-brown colour on a golden ground, 14 3/16", 36cm £300-500 2425. Good violin circa 1910, labelled The grand Concert Violin, Fecit in Saxony, 18**, 14 1/4", 36.20cm £300-400


2426

2426. Violin labelled Pierre Pacherel, Luthier, Torino 1945, the one piece back of faint medium curl with similar wood to the sides, the head of plainish wood, the table of a medium width grain and the varnish of a light reddish-brown colour on a golden ground, 14 5/16", 36.40cm (condition issues), case ÂŁ2000-3000

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2427

2427. Interesting violin faintly labelled Au Roi David, Thibout, Luthier de l'Academie Royale de Musique Rue Rameau, no. 8, á Paris, the two piece back of faint broad curl with plainish wood to the sides and head, the table of a medium width grain and the varnish of a reddish-brown colour, 14 1/16", 35.70cm (as seen), case £3000-4000 2428. Belgian violin labelled Carolus Claudius Darche, fecit Bruxellis Anno Domini 1913, the two piece back of faint medium/broad curl with similar wood to the sides, the head of plainish wood, the table of a medium width grain and the varnish of a plum red colour on a golden ground, 14 1/16", 35.70cm *This violin is stencilled to the ribs Exposition and to the back Bruxelles 1912 £200-300

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2429. Interesting English violin circa 1820, unlabelled, the two piece back of faint medium curl with similar wood to the sides and head, the table of a medium/fine width grain and the varnish of a reddish-brown colour on a golden ground, 14 1/8", 35.90cm £400-600 2430. Late 19th century German violin, 14 5/16", 36.40cm, case £200-300

2431. Interesting 19th century Mittenwald violin labelled Sebastian Kloz..., the two piece back of faint medium curl with plainish wood to the sides and head, the table of a fine width grain and the varnish of a golden-brown colour, 14 1/8", 35.90cm, bow £600-800


2435

2432. Contemporary viola labelled Silvio Verio Paoletti, 16", 40.60cm £250-350 2433. Contemporary violin labelled Rodolfo Paralupi, 14 1/8", 35.90cm £200-250 2434. Violin labelled Leonidas Nadegini... Paris 1927, 14", 35.60cm £250-350

2435. Violin labelled Paul Bailly.... Annee 1907, the two piece back of broad curl with similar wood to the sides and head, the table of a medium width grain and the varnish of a plum red colour on a golden ground, 14 3/16", 36cm £1500-2000

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2436. Violin by and labelled A. Schrottra..., also with a stamped signature and trademark logo to the inner back, 14 1/8", 35.90cm £200-300 2437. Interesting English violin circa 1820, 14 1/16", 35.70cm £250-350

2438. French violin by and labelled Lutherie d'Art Lucien, Andre Ragot, Pere & Fils... 1950, the two piece back of faint medium curl with similar wood to the sides and head, the table of a medium width grain and the varnish of a reddish-brown colour, 14 1/16", 35.70cm *This instrument retains the original maker's bridge £600-800

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2443

2439. Early 20th century violin by and faintly labelled Gustav Rheinhardt... 1912, with birds eye back and sides, 14 1/16", 35.70cm £250-350 2440. French violin by and labelled Marius Didier, luthier, Mattaincourt... 1943, no.237, the two piece back of medium/broad curl with similar wood to the sides, the head of medium curl, the table of a fine width grain and the varnish of a reddish-brown colour on a golden ground, 14 1/16", 35.70cm £400-600 2441. Contemporary violin labelled Marcucci Custode..., 14 1/16", 35.70cm £200-250

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2442. French violin by and labelled Modele d'apres Arthur Parisot, Impasse de la Baleine, Paris, 14 1/14", 36.20cm £200-300

2443. Violin labelled Vincetius (sic) Postiglione me Fecit Napoli Anno..., the one piece back of broad curl with similar wood to the head, the sides of faint broad curl, the table of a medium width grain and the varnish of a light reddish-brown colour on a golden ground, 14 1/8", 35.90cm, bow, case £2000-3000


2444

2444. Viola labelled Carlo Vettori di Dario, Faceva in Firenze, l'Anno 1962, also signed on the label, the two piece back of medium curl with similar wood to the sides and head, the table of a medium width grain and the varnish of an orange-brown colour, 16 5/16", 41.40cm, case £1500-2000 2445. Interesting early 19th century violin in need of restoration and bearing an indecipherable label, 13 15/16", 35.40cm £200-250

2446. Italian violin by and labelled Donald B.A. Palmer.fecit in Cremona, 1976, also bearing the maker's initials inscribed in ink on the label, the one piece back of plainish wood with similar wood to the sides and head, the table of a medium width grain and the varnish of an orangebrown colour, 13 15/16", 35.40cm £550-750

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2447. Violin of the Neuner & Hornsteiner School circa 1890, 14 1/4", 36.20cm £350-450 2448. English violin by and labelled A.W. Platt, Bradford 1927, 14 1/16", 35.70cm £350-450 2449. Guarneri copy violin circa 1900, 14 3/16", 36cm £300-400

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2450

2450. Good 18th century English violin by and labelled Remerus Liessem fecit Londini 1759, also bearing a repairer's inscription inside the lower treble rib 'new bar and neck, G.Wulme-Hudson 1950', the two piece back of faint medium/close curl with similar wood to the sides and head, the table of a broad width grain narrowing to the flanks and the varnish of a reddish-brown colour, 13 7/8", 35.20cm £4000-6000 2451. English child's violin by and labelled Made by W.J. Batho, Milton Cottage, Milton St, Wandsworth Road, London, no. 12, 1888, with birds eye maple back and sides, 11 1/16", 28.10cm £150-200

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2452. French violin labelled Copie de J.B.te Vuillaume, rue Demours Ternes, the two piece back of faint medium curl with similar wood to the sides and head, the table of a fine width grain and the varnish of a reddishbrown colour on a golden ground, 14 1/8", 35.90cm, case £600-800 2453. Mid 19th century violin, 13 15/16", 35.40cm £250-350

2454. English composite violin by J.J. Gilbert with back by another maker, labelled Jean Baptiste Vuillaume á Paris..., 14 1/16", 35.70cm *This violin is sold with a certificate from Dewi Holland Roberts detailing inscriptions made to the inner back when the table was taken off stating 'Belly, scroll and ribs by J.J. Gilbert, Peterborough 1903' £400-600


2459

2455. French three-quarter size violin of the Colin School circa 1900, 13 1/4", 33.70cm £500-700 2456. Early 20th century French violin of the Colin School, 14 1/8", 35.90cm £550-750 2457. 19th century violin labelled Giovanni Dollenz, Fecit in Treste Anno 1830, with birds eye maple back and sides, 14 1/8", 35.90cm £400-600

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2458. Early 20th century viola, the two piece back of medium curl with similar wood to the sides, the head of broad curl, the table of fine width grain and the varnish of a reddish-brown colour 15 5/8", 39.70cm £450-650 2459. Late 18th century English viola of the Banks School and labelled Benjamin Banks, Salisbury, the two piece back of plainish wood with similar wood to the sides and head, the table of a broad width grain and the varnish of a reddish-brown colour, 15 3/8", 39cm, bow, case £2000-3000

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2460

2460. Good English viola from and labelled Made by Arthur Richardson, Crediton, Devon 1945, this viola is specially designed in collaboration with Mr Lionel Tertis, also signed on the label and inscribed R.T. 72034, the two piece back of medium/fine curl with similar wood to the sides, the head of broad curl, the table of a fine width grain widening to the flanks and the varnish of a deep reddish-brown colour on a golden ground, 16 7/8", 42.90cm, within a fitted J. & A. Beare Ltd case *This viola is sold with an insurance certificate from David E. Vernon dated 29th December '72 ÂŁ2500-3500

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2462

2461. French violin labelled Joseph Dalaglio..., 14 1/8", 35.90cm £350-450

2462. 20th century violin, bearing the Hill number T903 to the end of the fingerboard, probably by John Wilkinson, unlabelled, the one piece back of faint medium curl with similar wood to the sides, the head of plainish wood, the table of a medium width grain narrowing to the flanks and the varnish of a plum red colour on a golden ground, 13 15/16", 35.40cm, case £2000-3000

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2463. Interesting violin labelled Gio Batista de Gabbrielli fece Firenze 1750, the two piece back of broad curl with faint medium curl to the sides, the restored head of plainish wood, the table of a fine width grain widening to the flanks and the varnish of a reddish-brown colour on a golden ground, 14 1/8", 35.90cm £750-950

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2464

2464. Viola labelled Giuseppe Pedrazzini, Cremonese, fece in Milano L'Anno 1905; also branded G Pedrazzini on the back and bottom blocks, the one piece back of faint broad curl with similar wood to the sides and head, the table of a fine width grain widening to the flanks and the varnish of a light reddish-brown colour on a golden ground, 16 1/8", 41cm ÂŁ1500-2000

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2465

2465. Good German violin by and labelled Ernst Heinrich Roth, Markneukirchen, anno 1923, Copie: Nicolaus Gagliano Filius, the two piece back of medium curl with similar wood to the sides and head, the table of a medium/fine width grain and the varnish of a light reddish-brown colour on a golden ground, 14 3/16", 36cm ÂŁ2000-2500

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2474 2466. Viola labelled Francois Barzoni, Manufacture Special de la Maison Beare & Fils · Londres, fecit anno 1935; also branded FB on the button, 15 7/8", 40.30cm £700-900

2467. English petite viola of the Thomas Kennedy School, stamped G974 on the end of the fingerboard, unlabelled, the one piece back of faint medium curl with similar wood to the sides and head, the table of a fine width grain on the treble side and a broader grain on the bass side, the varnish of a rich plum red colour on a golden ground, 15", 38.10cm £1100-1400 2468. 18th century French violin labelled Augustinus Chappuy...Fecit Anno 1771, the two piece back of faint broad curl with similar wood to the sides and head, the table of a fine width grain widening to the flanks and the varnish of a light brown colour on a golden ground, 14 3/16", 36cm £800-1200 2469. French violin labelled Grandjon & Fils..., 14 3/16", 36cm £500-700

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2470. French violin from the Emile Menneson workshops, bearing a signed label dated 1905, 14 1/16", 35.70cm £700-900 2471. French violin by and labelled Georges Apparut, no. 299 annee 1946, 14 1/8", 35.90cm £700-900 2472. Interesting violin circa 1840, 14 1/16", 35.70cm £500-700

2473. Violin labelled Geronimo Grandini senior..., the two piece back of faint medium curl with similar wood to the sides and head, the table of a medium width grain and the varnish of a light reddish-brown colour on a golden ground, 14 /16", 35.70cm £800-1200 2474. French violin by and labelled J. (Jenny) Bailly á Paris, the two piece back of faint medium curl with similar wood to the sides and head, the table of a fine width grain widening to the flanks and the varnish of a reddish-brown colour on a golden ground, 14", 35.60cm £1200-1600


2478 2475. Violin labelled Sarasate Et d'apres Nicolaus Amatus...; also labelled Jerome Thibouville-Lamy & Cie... on the bass side, 14 1/8", 35.90cm £400-600

2476. Violin labelled Fait par Amati Mangenot..., the two piece back of faint medium curl with similar wood to the sides and head, the table of a medium width grain and the varnish of a plum red colour on a golden ground, 14", 35.60cm £900-1200 2477. Interesting 18th century violin, unlabelled, the one piece back of plainish wood with similar wood to the sides and head, the table of a medium width grain widening to the flanks and the varnish of a reddish-brown colour on a golden ground, 13 7/8", 35.20cm £1100-1400

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2478. Interesting 18th century violin of the Fussen School, unlabelled, the two piece back of plainish wood with medium width curl to the sides and head, the table of a fine width grain and the varnish of a plum red colour on a golden ground, 14", 35.60cm £1400-1800 2479. French Jerome Thibouville-Lamy & Cie violin labelled Copie de Joseph Guarnerius..., 14 3/16", 36cm £400-600 2480. 18th century English violin of the Peter Walmesley School, the back and sides of birds eye maple, the head of plain wood, the table of a medium width grain and the varnish of a brownish colour on a golden ground, 14 1/4", 36.20cm £800-1200

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2481. French violin by and labelled Claudot..., circa 1820, also branded Claudot below the button, 14 3/16", 36cm £600-900

2492. French violin labelled C. Leroy, Annee 1890; also labelled Lutherie Artistique... on the treble side, 14 1/8", 35.90cm £400-600

2482. Early 20th century French violin labelled 'France', Modele d'apres Antonio Stradivarius..., 14 3/16", 36cm £250-350

2493. 20th century Maggini copy violin, 14 1/8", 35.90cm £220-280

2483. Violin labelled Copy of Violin Made by Antonio Stradivarius Cremonensis and signed on the label Robert Bergen, 14 1/16", 35.70cm £250-350 2484. Violin labelled Francois Barzoni, · Chateau Thierry, also branded FB on the button and again on the centre lower ribs, 14 1/4", 36.20cm £200-300

2494. Czechoslovakian violin labelled Ant. Galla Brno 1946 Op 906; also signed on the label and signed Galla Brno to the inner back, 14 1/4", 36.20cm £300-400 2495. Interesting early 19th century violin bearing an illegible Eastern European label, 13 15/16", 35.40cm £300-600

2485. Stradivari copy violin circa 1920, 14 1/8", 35.90cm £200-300

2496. 19th century viola bearing a repairer's label dated 1992, 15 11/16", 39.80cm £350-550

2486. French violin labelled J. Didelot, 1924, 14 1/8", 35.90cm £250-350

2497. Late 19th century Stradivari copy viola, 15 5/8", 39.70cm £250-350

2487. Interesting early 20th century violin labelled Diego Loveri, Fabricante di Strumenti da Corda, Fece in Napoli 1923, 14 1/16", 35.70cm £400-600

2498. Interesting early violin in need of further restoration, labelled Giorgio Taningard...,14 3/16", 36cm £250-450

2488. Good Maggini copy violin circa 1930, 14 1/16", 35.70cm, case £300-500

2499. Late 19th century Bohemian violin labelled Joseph Guarnerius..., 14", 35.60cm, bow, case £400-600

2489. 19th century violin labelled Leandro Bisiach..., 14 1/4", 36.20cm £250-350 2490. 19th century violin labelled Francesco Ruggieri..., 13 15/16", 35.40cm £300-500 2491. Hungarian violin indistinctly labelled ...Budapest 1949, 14 1/16", 35.70cm £200-250

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2500. German violin by and labelled Gebruder Wolff, Streich-InstrumentenFabrikation, Kreuznach 1886, 14 3/16", 36cm, bow £300-400 2501. Interesting early 19th century violin, unlabelled, the two piece back of faint medium curl with similar wood to the sides and head, the table of a medium/broad width grain and the varnish of a light reddish-brown colour on a golden ground, 13 15/16", 35.40cm £1000-1500


2502

2502. French violin by and labelled par Ch.J.-B. Collin-Mezin... 'Le Victoriux'...Paris; also signed in pencil to the inner back on the lower bass side, the one piece back of strong medium curl with similar wood to the sides and head, the table of a medium width grain and the varnish of a light reddish-brown colour on a golden ground, 14 3/16", 36cm ÂŁ1400-1800

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2503

2503. Interesting early 19th century violin, unlabelled, the one piece back of faint medium curl with similar wood to the sides and head, the table of a fine/medium width grain and the varnish of a light reddish-brown colour on a golden ground, 14 1/16", 35.70cm ÂŁ1400-1800

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2505 2504. Early 19th century violin, probably Italian but unlabelled, the two piece back of medium/close curl with similar wood to the sides and head, the table of a medium width grain and the varnish of a light reddish-brown colour on a golden ground, 14 1/4", 36.20cm £900-1200

2505. French violin by and labelled Emile Pouzol, Anno 1925, the two piece back of medium curl with similar wood to the sides and head, the table of a medium width grain and the varnish of a light reddish-brown colour on a golden ground, 14 1/16", 35.70cm £1400-1800 2506. English violin of the Wulme-Hudson School, unlabelled, the two piece back of faint medium curl with similar wood to the sides and head, the table of a fine/medium width grain and the varnish of a yellow-brown colour, 141/8", 35.90cm £1000-1400 2507. Interesting violin circa 1800, labelled ...Nicolai Amati..., 14", 35.60cm £700-900

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2508. French violin by and labelled Leon Mougenot Gauche, ex-Ouvrier des les Maisons de Bruxelles, Lyon, Paris, Londres, the two piece back of very faint medium curl with similar wood to the sides, the head of plainish wood, the table of a medium width grain and the varnish of a plum red colour on a golden ground, 14 1/8", 35.90cm £1000-1400 2509. French Stradivari copy violin circa 1900, 14 5/16", 36.40cm £350-500 2510. Violin bearing an indecipherable label dated 1938, 14 3/16", 36cm £450-650 2511. Good Hawkes concert violin labelled and dated 1890 no. 937, the two piece back of broad curl with similar wood to the sides and head, the table of a medium width grain and the varnish of a golden-brown colour, 14 3/16", 36cm £800-1200

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2512

2512. French violin of the Vuillaume School circa 1870, the one piece back of medium curl with similar wood to the sides, the head of plainish wood, the table of a medium width grain and the varnish of a light reddish-brown colour on a golden ground, 14 3/8", 36.50cm £1200-1800 2513. French violin circa 1840, 13 15/16", 35.40cm £350-450 2514. 19th century violin labelled David Techler..., 14 1/8", 35.90cm £220-280

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2515. French violin labelled d'apres A. Amati and signed E. Blondelet, no. 943 Annee 1925; also signed in pencil to the inner back on the treble side, the two piece back of medium curl with similar wood to the sides and head, the table of a fine width grain and the varnish of a light reddish-brown colour on a golden ground, 14 1/8", 35.90cm £800-1200 2516. Interesting English violin of the Furber School circa 1790, unlabelled, the one piece back of plainish wood and inlaid centrally with geometric lozenge purfling, the head also of plainish wood and the sides of faint medium curl, the table of a medium/broad width grain and the varnish of a golden-brown colour, 14", 35.60cm £800-1200


2522

2517. German violin of the Neuner & Hornsteiner School circa 1880, labelled Gio: Batta Ruggeri..., the two piece back of plainish wood with similar wood to the head, the sides of faint medium curl, the table of a medium width grain and the varnish of a plum red colour on a golden ground, 14", 35.60cm £700-900 2518. French JTL violin labelled Modele d'apres N. Lupot Luthier..., the two piece back of medium curl with similar wood to the sides, the head of faint medium curl, the table of a fine width grain and the varnish of a light reddish-brown colour on a golden ground, 14 1/8", 35.90cm, with Jerome Thibouville-Lamy fitted case £700-900 2519. German violin of the Neuner & Hornsteiner School circa 1890, the two piece back of faint medium curl with plainish wood to the sides and head, the table of a medium width grain and the varnish of a plum red colour on a golden ground, 14 3/16", 36cm £600-800

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2520. 19th century violin of the Lowendal School, 14 1/8", 35.90cm £400-600 2521. Late 19th century French violin of the Caussin School, the two piece back of faint medium curl with similar wood to the sides and head, the table of a medium width grain narrowing to the flanks and the varnish of a light reddish-brown colour on a golden ground, 14 1/8", 35.90cm £600-800 2522. Good French violin of the Paris School circa 1900, the one piece back of medium/fine curl with similar wood to the sides and head, the table of a medium width grain and the varnish of a light reddish colour on a golden ground, 14 1/8", 35.90cm £1500-2000

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2523

2523. Good English violin by and labelled George Pyne, Maker, London, Anno 1921; also signed G. Pyne, London to the inner back, the two piece back of very faint medium curl with similar wood to the sides and head, the table of a medium width grain and the varnish of a golden-brown colour, 13 15/16", 35.40cm ÂŁ3000-4000

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2524

2524. English violin by and labelled William Robinson, Plumstead, London A.D. 1924 no. 102, also bearing the inked maker's initials on the label, the one piece back of medium curl with similar wood to the sides and head, the table of a medium width grain and the varnish of a light reddish colour on a golden ground, 14 1/16", 35.70cm ÂŁ1500-2000

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2525

2525. Fine German violin by and labelled Joachim O.J. Glaesel, Geigenbaumeister Markneukirchen i, Sa., the two piece back of faint medium/broad curl with similar wood to the sides and head, the table of a fine width grain and the varnish of a light reddish-brown colour on a golden ground, 13 15/16", 35.50cm *This violin is sold with a certificate of authenticity from C.A. Gotz dated 2013 £2000-3000

2526. Interesting 18th century violin labelled Johann Gottfried Hamm, Prope Violino Correspondent...; also bearing a repairer's label dated 1872 and a wax seal below the button on the back, 14 1/8", 35.90cm £300-600

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2527. Interesting violin labelled Raffaello Galli, Livorno anno 1830, 14 1/8", 35.90cm £300-500 2528. English viola by and labelled W. Piper, The Jinney Ring Craft Centre...Worcestershire, the two piece back of faint medium curl with similar wood to the head, the sides of fine curl, the table of a fine width grain and the varnish of a reddish-brown colour on a golden ground, 15 7/8", 40.30cm, case £800-1200 2529. Late 19th century French violin, 14 1/8", 35.90cm, case £300-500


2534

2530. Interesting 19th century violin, 14 3/16", 36cm £400-600 2531. Interesting 19th century violin, possibly French, labelled Andreas Guarnerius..., 14 3/16", 36cm £500-800 2532. Early 20th century violin stamped with the W.E. Hill & Sons no. 2 to the end of the fingerboard, unlabelled, 14 1/8", 35.90cm £400-600

2533. French violin by and labelled Leon Mougenot Gauche, ex-Ouvrier des les Maisons de Brussels, Lyon, Paris, Londres, the two piece back of medium curl with similar wood to the sides and head, the table of a medium width grain and the varnish of a light reddish-brown colour on a golden ground, 14 1/16", 35.70cm £600-800 2534. French violin attributed Nestor Audinot and labelled N. Audinot, 17 Boulevard Bonne-Nouvelle, Annee 1887, no. 596; also signed on the label, the two piece back of medium curl with similar wood to the s ides and head, the table of a medium/broad width grain and the later varnish of a light reddish-brown colour on a golden ground, 14 3/16", 36cm *This instrument has been re-varnished £2000-3000

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2535

2535. 19th century French violin of the Caussin School, unlabelled, the two piece back of faint medium curl with similar wood to the sides and head, the table of a medium width grain widening to the flanks and the varnish of a light brown colour on a golden ground, 14 1/4", 36.20cm ÂŁ1500-2000 2536-2600 NO LOT

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VIOLONCELLOS­&­ DOUbLE­bASSES­

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2601. *French violoncello labelled J. Thibouville-Lamy & Co, London and Paris, 29 5/8", 75.20cm (sound post crack in the back); also a Czechoslovakian small size double bass, length of back 40.5" (including button) (2) *This lot is subject to 20% VAT on the hammer price £100-200

2602. Six various size contemporary student quality violoncellos, some with condition issues (6) £60-100 2603. Six various size contemporary student quality violoncellos, some with condition issues (6) £60-100 2604. Five various size contemporary student quality violoncellos, some with condition issues (5) £50-80 2605. Two contemporary full size violoncellos; also a half size contemporary violoncello, all with repaired necks (3) £60-90 2606. Mid 20th century German Stradivari copy half size violoncello, 25 1/2", 64.70cm, bow; also a French Medio Fino half size violoncello, (with sound post cracks to the back and front), 27 3/8", 69.50cm (2) £200-300

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2607. Contemporary Chinese three-quarter size violoncello, 27 1/8", 68.70cm, case £50-100 2608. Mid 20th century violoncello, probably Eastern European, 30", 76.20cm £120-180 2609. Two hard violoncello cases (2) £20-40 2610. Five Dr. Thomastik double bass tailpieces (as new); also twelve Dr. Thomastik tuning strings £50-80 2611. Three old violoncello scrolls; also two partly made violoncello scrolls and necks etc £60-100 2612. Eleven various old full size violoncello backs and fronts; also a small quantity of rib wood etc £200-400 2613. Two early 20th century German full size violoncellos in need of restoration (2) £200-400

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2614

2614. Mittenwald violoncello circa 1900, the two piece back of faint medium curl with similar wood to the sides and head, the table of a medium width grain and the varnish of a reddish-brown colour on a golden ground, 29 3/4", 75.60cm £2500-3500

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2615. Early 20th century German violoncello in need of restoration, 29 1/2", 72.40cm (sound post crack in the front); also a contemporary Eastern European full size violoncello in need of restoration, with two hard cases £150-250

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2616. Mid 20th century violoncello of the English School, the two piece back of medium curl with similar wood to the sides and head, the table of a medium width grain and the varnish of a reddish-brown colour on a golden ground, 29 5/8", 75.20cm £1100-1400


2617

2617. 18th century violoncello labelled Daniel Acheleus Stadlmann Lauten und Geigenmacher in Wienn Anno 17**, also bearing the repairer's label of Heinrich Th. Heberleth..., the one piece back of medium curl with similar wood to the sides and head, the table of a broad width grain and the varnish of a dark brown colour on a golden ground, 28 1/2", 72.40cm ÂŁ1500-2000

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2618. Interesting 19th century three-quarter size violoncello, unlabelled, the two piece back of faint medium/close curl with similar wood to the sides and head, the table of a medium width grain widening to the flanks and the varnish of a golden-brown colour, 27 1/2", 69.80cm ÂŁ600-800

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2619

2619. 20th century violoncello labelled Giuseppe Pedrazzini, Cremonese, the two piece back of faint medium curl with similar wood to the sides and head, the table of a medium/broad width grain and the varnish of a reddish-brown colour on a golden ground, 29 7/8", 75.90cm ÂŁ1500-2000

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2620

2620. 18th century English violoncello stamped Davenport, Oxford 1611 below the button, the two piece back of plainish wood with similar wood to the head, the sides of faint medium curl, the table of a broad width grain and the varnish of a reddish-brown colour on a golden ground, 29 1/8", 74cm ÂŁ3000-5000

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2621

2621. Fine contemporary seven string bass viol by and labelled Dietrich M. Kessler of Zurich, London no. 104, 1968, within a bespoke fitted case * From the estate of Richard Maunder £2000-3000

2622. French J.T.L. violoncello circa 1900 labelled 'El Maestro', the two piece back of medium/broad curl with similar wood to the sides, the head of plainish wood, the table of a fine width grain and the varnish of a dark plum red colour, 30", 76.20cm £1200-1500 2623. Interesting 19th century violoncello, unlabelled and with detached neck, 29", 73.70cm £800-1200

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2624. Good early 20th century German violoncello bearing an old repairer's label from Hamburg, the two piece back of faint medium curl with similar wood to the sides, the head of plainish wood, the table of a medium/broad width grain and the varnish of a reddish-brown colour on a golden ground, 30", 76.20cm, hard case £1200-1800 2625. Early 20th century three-quarter size violoncello, 27 1/8", 68.90cm £500-800

2626. Early 20th century violoncello, 30", 76.20cm (repaired sound post cracks in the back and front) £200-300


2628

2627. Interesting 19th century violoncello bearing an indecipherable label, the two piece back of fine curl, with medium curl to the sides and the head of plain wood, the table of a fine width grain and the varnish of a light reddish-brown colour on a golden ground, 29 3/4", 75.60cm ÂŁ1000-1500

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2628. Good late 19th century violoncello, unlabelled, the two piece back of faint medium curl with similar wood to the sides and head, the table of a medium width grain and the varnish of an attractive plum red colour on a golden ground, 29 15/16", 76cm (condition issues) ÂŁ2000-3000

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2629

2629. Fine 18th century French violoncello attributed to and labelled Lagetto, Maitre Luthier, A la Ville de Cremone, ĂĄ Paris, 1776, also stamped below the button on the back, the two piece back of very faint broad curl with plainish wood to the sides and geometric dot carved decoration to the head, the table of a medium width grain and the varnish of a light reddish-brown colour on a golden ground, 29 1/8", 74cm, hard case *This violoncello is sold with a certificate of authenticity from Caressa et Francais dated 30th March 1920; also the instrument is accompanied by a bill of sale from John & Arthur Beare dated 18th September 1957 for ÂŁ55, describing the instrument as an old violoncello of the Paris School by Lagetto, dated 1767.

*This violoncello has had several table repair cracks, there are other more minor repairs to the back and ribs. See images for guidance. ÂŁ6000-8000

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2630

2630. Good and interesting French violoncello labelled J. Grandjon á Paris... on the top block, the two piece back of faint medium/close curl with similar wood to the sides and head, the table of a fine width grain widening to the flanks and the varnish of a light reddish-brown colour on a golden ground, 29 3/4", 75.60cm (possible faint sound post crack on the back) £3500-5500

2633. Old Artia 'Excelsior' double bass, length of back 42.5" £100-200

2631. Double bass metal stand; also a leather double bass bow quiver (2) £25-45

2635. Contemporary Boosey & Hawkes Excelsior double bass, length of back 42.25" £100-150

2632. Various double bass accessories including a box stand, double bow case, end pin wheel attachment for a double bass, 'Arion' chromatic tuner, adjustable end pin floor stop, spare end pin, ebony tailpiece and tailpiece wire £60-100

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2634. Old Hungarian double bass labelled Szegedi Hangszergyar..., length of back 43.25" £100-200

2636. Mid 20th century Hungarian double bass, length of back 41 5/8" £100-150

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2646

2637. Interesting 19th century restored double bass and in need of further restoration, unlabelled, length of back 42" £400-800 2638. Early 20th century double bass in need of extensive restoration, length of back 43" £150-250

2639. Contemporary Czechoslovakian double bass, length of back 39.5" £120-180 2640. Mid 20th century double bass, length of back 43.5" £100-150

2641. Contemporary quarter size double bass, length of back 38", soft case £100-150

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2642. Contemporary Czechoslovakian double bass with re-glued neck, length of back 42" £80-140 2643. 19th century German double bass, bow, soft case (restorations) £1000-1500 2644. 19th century Bohemian double bass, bow, soft case £1200-1600 2645. German double bass circa 1900, length of back 43.5" £1000-1500 2646. German double bass circa 1890, length of back 44.5" (including button) £2000-2500


2647

2647. Good contemporary Jay Haide double bass labelled Jay Haide..., with strong flamed wood and reddish varnish on a golden ground, length of back 44.25", soft case ÂŁ2000-2500

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2648

2648. Good 19th century double bass labelled Thomas Tarr, Orchard Street, Sheffield 1875, length of back 44", old bow, soft case *This double bass is sold with a certificate of repair from Kai Dase dated 6th June 2012 and, from the same luthier, a certificate for insurance of ÂŁ10,000 dated 21st August 2012 ÂŁ1500-2500

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2649

2649. Good 19th century French double bass, length of back 43.5", soft case (repairs) £3000-5000

END­OF­SALE The next specialist musical instrument auctions in Corsham will be held on Wednesday 13th, Thursday 14th & Friday 15th March 2019 Entries now invited - deadline 15th February (Guitars 8th February)

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The instrument is believed to be the named maker in the opinion of the author(s) or the authority(ies) whose literature or certificates are referred to in the footnote to the lot. In our opinion the instrument is not necessarily the work of this maker.

A traditional attribution with which we do not necessarily agree.

In our opinion the instrument was probably executed by an unknown hand on the premises of and possibly under the direct supervision of the named maker. In our opinion a work by a follower of the maker or in the style of works associated with the area.

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George Harrison’s Maton Mastersound – Sold for £347,000 inc. BP


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The Guitar Sale

Sale Dates: Thursday 28th March Thursday 27th June Thursday 26th September Thursday 28th November

(Two-Day Auctions)

Vintage & General Sale Sale Dates: Thursday 17th January Thursday 25th April Thursday 25th July

Jewellery Sale Dates: Wednesday 27th March Wednesday 26th June Wednesday 25th September Wednesday 27th November

Decorative Arts & 20th Century Design; Modern Art Sale Dates: Thursday 27th June Thursday 28th November

Sale Dates: Wednesday 13th & Thursday 14th March Wednesday 12th & Thursday 13th June Wednesday 11th & Thursday 12th September Wednesday 11th & Thursday 12th December

Musical Instruments Sale Dates: Friday 15th March Friday 14th June Friday 13th September Friday 13th December In addition Fine Stringed Instruments are sold in London in the Autumn. Sale date to be confirmed.

BID LIVE AT: www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk Each sale commences at 11.00am Additional sales may be added to the sale calendar,


CONDITIONS­OF­SALE The Auctioneer acts only as agent for the Seller (unless otherwise specifically declared). Lots sold are likely to have been subject to wear and tear caused by user or the effects of age and may therefore have faults and imperfections. Buyers are given ample opportunity at viewing times to examine lots to be sold and will be assumed to have done so. They must rely solely on their own skill or judgement as to whether lots are fit for any particular purpose. 1. Bids

All bids made shall be treated as offers made upon these Conditions of Sale and all persons present are admitted to a sale on the basis that they have notice of these Conditions. 2. Ascertainment of the Buyer

The Buyer shall be the person making the highest bid which is acceptable to the Auctioneer as signified by the fall of the hammer. No bid may be retracted. In the case of a dispute the Auctioneer may either declare the purchaser or put the lot up again. 3. Auctioneer's discretion

The Auctioneer has sole discretion, (a) to refuse any bid, (b) to advance the bidding as he may decide, (c) to withdraw or divide any lot or combine one lot with another or others, (d) to exclude any person from the auction rooms, and (e) to require pre-payment in full. 4. Reserves and Seller's right to bid

Lots put up for sale are subject, (a) to any reserve price imposed by the Seller, (b) the right of the Auctioneer to bid on behalf of the Seller, and (c) where no reserve has been imposed (but in no other case) for the Seller to bid personally or through any one agent. It is the responsibility of the Seller to ensure any reserves are received by the Auctioneer. 5. Buyer's Duties

The Buyer shall forthwith or as soon as possible after the sale, (a) supply his name and address, (b) supply, if so required, bank or other suitable references, (c) pay the full purchase price in a way acceptable to the Auctioneer, notwithstanding any prior arrangement for advance payment required by the Auctioneer, and (d) on proof of payment clear the lots purchased by the times specified. Lots may not be cleared during the sale except by permission of the Auctioneer. 6. Payments

Methods of payment include direct bank transfer, debit card, credit card, cash to a maximum of £9000, Building Society cheque or Banker's draft. Cheques will only be accepted when supported by a guarantee card. For fraud protection we no longer accept payments by credit or debit cards for ‘Customer not Present’ transactions. Card payments at the saleroom will be accepted but must be supported by Chip and PIN. Card payments for live internet bidding will only be accepted if they have been AVS and 3D Secure authorised with a maximum transaction value of £500. All payments accepted at the discretion of the auctioneer. 7. Liability of the Auctioneer and Sellers

Subject to Condition 8: (a) faults and imperfections (if any) are not stated in the catalogue and neither the Seller nor the Auctioneer is responsible for any defects whatsoever, (b) no warranty is given or authorised to be given by the Seller or the Auctioneer with regard to any lot other than the Seller's right to sell it, (c) any express or implied conditions or warranties relating to description or quality, are hereby excluded. 8. Catalogue Descriptions

Descriptive statements contained in the advertisements or catalogues or made up by the Auctioneer or any member of his staff should be taken as matters of opinion only and shall not be taken as statement of fact. i) Items in the catalogue are sold as seen. Where possible significant damage is mentioned, but this does not include all faults and imperfections. The absence of such reference does not imply that the lot is in good condition or free from restoration or repair. Condition reports are available upon request ii) ’Inscribed’ or ‘Signed’ does not imply that the lot is wholly or partly by that maker 9. Forgeries

Notwithstanding Conditions 6 and 7, if the Auctioneer receives notice in writing from the Buyer WITHIN 7 DAYS OF THE SALE that in his opinion a lot is a forgery (as defined in Condition 12) and on giving such notification the lot in question is returned to the Auctioneer at his working premises in the same condition as when bought, then if on considering such evidence as the Buyer supplies to prove his assertion, the Auctioneer decides that the lot is a forgery the sale of the lot will be rescinded and the purchase price repaid to the Buyer. 10. Property in lots and risk

The Buyer shall not become the owner of any lot, and the Auctioneer shall have a lien thereon, until the Buyer has discharged the purchase price in full together with any other charges due, but after the fall of the hammer the risk of damage or loss shall nevertheless be the Buyer's. 11. The Premium

The Buyer shall pay to the Auctioneer a premium of 20% of the hammer price together with VAT on such premium. Additional premium of 2.5% + VAT of the hammer price will be incurred when bidding via the online platform 'GH Live' Live bidding will also available via the-saleroom.com, additional premium of 4.95% + VAT at the imposed rate will be incurred on the hammer price. 12. Default by Buyer

If the Buyer fails to make payment in a way acceptable to the Auctioneer or to remove any lot or lots bought by him within 7 days of the auction or in any other material respect fail to comply with these conditions, the Auctioneer shall have the right, (a) to resell the lot or lots by public auction or otherwise without notice to the Buyer, and if any deficiency arises on such resale, after deducting the Auctioneer's full costs and expenses, the Buyer shall be responsible to the Auctioneer therefore (but any net surplus to be the Seller's) or, alternatively, (b) to store the lot at the Auctioneer's premises or elsewhere and to release the lot to the Buyer only after payment in full of the purchase price together with any other charges due. The Auctioneer reserves the right to charge storage of 50p per lot per day on any lot or lots uncleared by the time specified together with any removal expenses. In addition, interest will be charged at 2.5% per month or part thereof (34.4% APR) on any accounts that remain unpaid in part or full 1 week after the sale. Interest and storage will be charged from the date of sale. In addition, the Buyer shall be liable for all legal and court costs incurred by the

Auctioneers in pursuit of payment from the Buyer. The Auctioneer reserves the right to refuse any cheques and will not release lots purchased until evidence has been received that any cheque accepted has been cleared. 13. Release of Goods

Payment and clearance should be made within seven days after the sale. Goods will not be released until fully payment has been received and a paid invoice produced. For clients arranging courier or third party collection: written instruction must be received by the purchaser; identification will be requested from the courier and their vehicle’s registration number taken. For security purposes our premises are monitored by 24 hour CCTV 14. Definitions and interpretation

In these conditions: (a) Reference to the 'the Auctioneer' shall be taken to mean the firm of Gardiner Houlgate or any director, partner or employee thereof at the time of sale; (b) Buyers shall be deemed to be the principals unless to the prior knowledge of the Auctioneer they are acting as agent on behalf of a named principal; (c) 'Forgery' means a lot (i) which is so constituted as deliberately to deceive when considered in the light of its catalogue description, and (ii) whose value as such is materially less that if it had complied with the catalogue description; (d) The Interpretation Act 1978 shall apply to the general construction of terms and expressions used in these Conditions as if contained in a statute. 15. Law and Jurisdiction

These Conditions of sale are subject to English law, which shall apply to their construction as well as their effect. The Seller and Buyer agree to submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts. 16. What is Temporary Importation?

Temporary Importation is a system that applies to lots which have been imported for sale from outside the EU. It allows the point of importation to be delayed until after the sale at auction. These lots are indicated in catalogues by the use of the following symbol *

Only the Hammer Price will be treated as the import price and the Buyer’s Premium will be subject to UK domestic VAT at 20%. So whilst the Hammer Price will continue to be charged with Import VAT at 5% or 20” as appropriate, the Buyer’s Premium will always be charged with domestic VAT at 20% Lots subject to Temporary Importation will be offered under the Auctioneer’s Margin Scheme and will be subject to import VAT of either 5% or 20% on the buyer’s Premium. Anyone who wishes to buy outside the Margin Scheme should notify us immediately. An invoice under the normal VAT rules and charging VAT at 20% on both Hammer and Premium will then be issued

Temporary Importation should affect only private individual buyers who are resident within the EU. Anyone who is registered for VAT in the EU should be able to recover the VAT on the Buyer’s Premium either on their VAT returns or through the 8th Directive Refund Scheme. Any non-EU buyer who exports the lots from the EU will be able to have the VAT refunded provided the appropriate export regulations are complied with 17. Property sold with a * Symbol

These items have been imported from outside the EU to be sold at auction under temporary importation. When Gardiner Houlgate releases such property to buyers in the UK, the buyer will become the importer and must pay Gardiner Houlgate import VAT at 5% on the Hammer Price

These lots will be invoiced under the Auctioneer’s Margin Scheme. Gardiner Houlgate must bear VAT on the Buyer’s Premium and hence charge an amount in lieu of VAT at 20% on this Premium. This amount will form part of the Buyer’s Premium on our invoice and will not be separately identified VAT registered buyers from the EU should note that the import VAT charged on property released in the UK cannot be cancelled or refunded by Gardiner Houlgate VAT registered buyers from the UK should note that the invoice issued by Gardiner Houlgate for these items is not suitable evidence in respect of import VAT

VAT registered buyers from the EU countries may be able to seek repayment of the import VAT paid by applying to HM Revenue and Customs. On request, immediately after the sale, the office can either ask HM Revenue and Customs to generate a C79 certificate (for UK buyers), or obtain a copy of the import C88 (for other EU VAT registered buyers), which may be used to claim recovery of the VAT. Otherwise Gardiner Houlgate may re-invoice the lot and charge VAT at 20% on both the Hammer Price and the Premium and provide a tax invoice to the buyer 18. CITES Restrictions

As of 2 January 2017, new laws came into effect to control the import and export of all items made with rosewood. Any lots containing any amount of rosewood will therefore be subject to restrictions when exporting outside of the EU. It will be the buyer’s responsibility to make sure that the relevant paperwork is in place before shipping Some lots are sold with CITES article 10 certificates, allowing the commercial use of an item containing an endangered species. Lots subject to this are marked in the catalogue 19. Gemstones

Many gemstones have been treated in various ways to enhance their appearance. For example, sapphires and rubies are routinely heat treated and emerald treated with oils and resins. Some stones may require re-treating or oiling periodically. Enhancement affects market value and all Gardiner Houlgate estimates assume that gemstones may have been enhanced, in any case all lots are sold as seen and purchasers are deemed to have satisfied themselves as to condition and any possibly treatment of stones 20. Artists Resale Rights (or Droit de Suite)

On certain lots marked in the catalogues and which are sold for a hammer price of 1000 Euros or greater (converted into the currency of the sale using The Design and Artists Copyright Society threshold calculator on the date of the Sale) the Additional Premium will be the percentage of the amount of the Hammer Price calculated as follows: 0-50,000 Euros 4%

50,000.01 to 200,000 3%

200,000.01 to 350,000 1%

350,000.01 to 500,000 0.5% Exceeding 500,000 0.25%


G ARDINER H OULGATE T H E B A T H A U C T I O N RO O M S DIRECTIONS TO OUR CORSHAM HEADQUARTERS M4 From

J17

From

London

J18

Bristol

A350

Chippenham

From Cross Keys

A46 A4

Corsham

A4

Bath Hare & Hounds From

Bath

Corsham

A4

On the A4 from Bath or Chippenham turn off at the mini roundabout by the Hare & Hounds Pub towards Corsham town centre, turn immediately right at the next mini roundabout into Valley Road. After one mile cross narrow railway bridge and round right angle bend. Turn left after 600 yards into Leafield Industrial Estate.

BATH AUCTION ROOMS

Go straight through the estate and take the last turning on the right beforemeeting the public road again, just past Linpac and opposite Corsham Print. The Bath Auction Rooms are at the end of the road facing you.

Leafield Industrial Estate Leafield Environmental

Corsham Print

Total time from Junction 17 ­ 10­15 minutes Total time from central Bath ­ 15 minutes

PM Mendes

Neston

Travelling by Train ­ we recommend Chippenham Station

Gardiner Houlgate, 9 Leafield Way, Corsham, Nr Bath SN13 9SW Telephone: 01225 812912 Fax: 01225 811777

E­mail: auctions@gardinerhoulgate.co.uk www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

Chippenham


G ARDINER H O U L G AT E T H E B A T H A U C T I O N RO O M S

9 Leafield Way, Corsham, Nr Bath, SN13 9SW Telephone: 01225 812912 Email: auctions@gardinerhoulgate.co.uk www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk www.violin­auctions.co.uk

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