Musical Instruments - Friday 10th December 2021

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AUCTION DATES Wednesday 8th December 2021 Thursday 9th December 2021 Lots previewed : Lot 317 2011 Fender Custom Shop David Gilmour Stratocaster Relic electric guitar, made in USA £14000-16000 Lot 731Late 1960s Marshall JMP 'Plexi' Model 1992 Super Bass 100 watt guitar amplifier, made in England £1500-2500

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MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Friday 10th December 2021 at 10am


Miscellaneous Musical Instruments 1501. Five string zither banjo circa 1900, the resonator with boxwood banding, the rim and fretboard inlaid with geometric mother of pearl devices, open peg box and 8" skin £40-60 1502. 19th century six string fretless banjo, with twenty-one resonator hooks (three missing), mother of pearl dot inlay to the fretboard, solid head and 11" skin, leather case £120-160 1503. Interesting German seventeen string theorbo lute circa 1900, with segmented satinwood maple back and spruce table, the principal peg box with eleven strings beneath the top peg box fitted with six strings and terminating in a foliate carved head, 53" long overall £400-600 1504. Two one string Stroviols, one with a Howson horn (2) £50-80

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1505. Three row button accordion bearing the maker's plaque for Ed. Hess..., circa 1900 (in need of some restoration) £50-80 1506. Two mid 19th century flutina accordion by Busson; also a Regal single row melodeon (in need of restoration) (3) £40-80 1507. English seven string fretless banjo circa 1880 stamped J.C. Lucas under the perch rod, with inlaid fret markers and burr walnut finish to the open headstock and pot, 11.5" skin, case *All original brass shoes, square tension nuts and tuners with bone buttons £120-160 1508. Good late 19th century six string banjo by Daniel's, Patent All Metal Pot Model, with mother of pearl geometric inlay to the fretboard, 8.75" skin, stamped Daniel's Patent, 112 Leadenhall St.E.C to the rim, leather case £200-250 1509. Large concert zither indistinctly labelled, with foliate fluted carved pillar and finial, wooden case £30-50

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1511 1510. Spanish bandurria by and labelled Casa Gonzalez...Madrid, 1932, with peg tuning £80-120 1511. Interesting open back fretless banjo (circa 1880-90), with mother of pearl inlay to the fingerboard and friction pegs to the shaped head, the hoop with thirty tensioners (some not original), 12" original vellum head and with Equilla minstrel strings, case *This banjo is possibly by Turner £200-300 GARDINER HOULGATE


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1516 1517 1512. NO LOT 1513. Maelzel rosewood pyramid metronome £25-45 1514. Good French 'Sarrablo' concert model mandolin by and labelled Jerome Thibouville Lamy, ...no. 298, 1905; also signed J. Aculon (the director of JTL) on the label, with rosewood bowl back, spruce table, concentric inlaid sound hole, faux birds eye maple scratchplate and mother of pearl inlaid faux tortoiseshell tailpiece, stamped Sarrablo on the spruce table, case £80-120 1515. B & S master four string banjo with resonator, with 10.5" skin, mother of pearl dot inlay to the fretboard and trademark badge to the head, case £20-40 1516. Fine and possibly unique seven string fretless banjo, unnamed, with very finely engraved silver plated fretboard, rosewood pot with twenty-two tension screws, 12" skin and open head, hard case £600-800

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1525 (See page 6) 1517. Chromolithographic coloured poster on linen circa 1910, inscribed Hermanos Roca Musicales, printed by E. Mirabet-Valencia, 77" x 52" £150-250 1518. Small square piano, German or Austrian, circa 1825, the mahogany case in Biedermeier style, with brass mouldings round the lower edges of the case and the edges of the lid, the three and a half octave keyboard, B to f3, with bone naturals and ebony accidentals, with Viennese action, no dampers present, on columnar legs with engine-turned brass collars at the top and base, on shaped stretcher, length 89cm, width 48cm, depth of case 19.5cm £1200-1800 1519. Five string banjo by and stamped J.E. Dallas Maker, Universal Favourite, no. 3035 on the perch rod, with 10.5" skin, mother of pearl dot and star inlay to the fretboard and waisted shaped head, hard case (pinned repair where the head joins the neck) £50-80 1520. 20th century Neapolitan style mandolin, with chequered inlaid back and faux tortoiseshell and mother of pearl inlaid banding and scratchplate (unfinished) £120-160 1521. 20th century Neapolitan style mandolin, with fluted bowl back and faux tortoiseshell and mother of pearl inlaid banding and scratchplate (unfinished) £120-160 5


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1522. Good Milan School mandolin, unlabelled, with fluted bowl back, the spruce table with geometric mother of pearl banding and sound hole, the faux tortoiseshell scratchplate inlaid with an abalone and mother of pearl butterfly, the scalloped fretboard also inlaid with elongated mother of pearl markers and with violin scroll £500-800 1523. Old Neapolitan mandolin with later electric set up £25-45 1524. Interesting twelve string mandolin by and labelled Jose Gomez & Miji Calle Corruntes 110...?, with chevron banded spruce table and butterfly decorated scratchplate, with open peg box and the initials SHH inlaid to the top, within original fitted mahogany case *This instrument was probably made in South America in the late 19th century £200-300 1525. Rare bell tree, consisting of sixteen graduated bells, original wooden beater, within the original oak fitted case with brass carrying handle, 26.5" long overall *This instrument was made in England circa 1900 £150-200

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1529 1526. Brass and iron xylophone by and stamped C. Mahillon, Bruxelles, with good original wood and ivory beater and within the original leather carrying case, instrument length 23.5" overall £100-150 1527. Rare white metal and gilded hand held Jingling Johnnie circa 1900 by and inscribed C. Panity, Brussels on the handle, fitted with numerous bells and horsetail hair ornaments, terminating in a Turkish crescent finial *This instrument was used in military bands in France and Belgium £300-500 1528. Old drum major's wooden and white metal mace, inscribed to the head, No.6 Coy, Westminster Girls Training Corps, 60" long £30-50 1529. Rare French Monochord by and labelled Imprimerie & Libraire, NotreDame, Pierre par toul, circa 1900, length 31.5" overall £250-350 GARDINER HOULGATE


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1530. Unusual small tack head six string banjo, with 7.5" skin and coloured wood inlaid banding to the fretboard, 22.5" long overall, case £250-350 1531. Jedson ukulele banjo, with 6.25" skin and oval maker's plaque fixed to the head, case £15-30 1532. Lachenal & Co English concertina with forty-eight bone buttons on pierced rosewood ends, five-fold bellows, rosewood case £100-150

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1533. Good English Lachenal & Co concertina, no. 57826, with forty-eight metal buttons on pierced rosewood ends, six-fold bellows, canvas carrying bag £500-750 1534. Fine Anglo concertina by and labelled Colin Dipper, no. 103, with thirty-four metal buttons on pierced foliate metal ends, with sevenfold bellows and electric pickup, within a green canvas and tapestry case £2000-3000

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1535. Good contemporary English lute by and labelled Charles Ford, Luthier, Castle Combe 1974, with satinwood ribbed back, spruce table and rosewood fretboard, case £200-300 1536. Small English contemporary lute by and labelled John Gorrett, 1988, with fluted ribbed back, spruce table and rosewood fretboard, case £150-200

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1537. Good English contemporary lute by and labelled John Gorrett Sept 1993 'A lute for Howard Osbaldaston', with satinwood ribbed back, spruce table and rosewood fretboard, case £200-300

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1538 1540 1538. Good pair of Premier copper coloured timpani drums with six tension screws, 28" and 25" skins respectively, with foot pedal (both with soft covers) £300-500 1539. Good pair of Premier copper coloured timpani drums with six tension screws, 28" and 25" skins respectively, with foot pedal £300-500 1540. Good Premier copper coloured timpani drum with six tension screws, 25" skin and foot pedal £120-180 1541. 1960s Rogers three piece drum kit, champagne sparkle finish; also with a Premier snare drum, chrome finish, case and a Tama foot pedal and drumsticks with stands and hardware £250-350 1542. Good contemporary Drum Craft 14" snare drum, brushed brass finish (as new) £100-150 1543. Pearl Forum Series five piece drum kit, burgundy finish, with three pedals but no other hardware £100-200 1544. 1950s Radio King Slingerland bass drum, pearloid finish and eight tap tension screws, 24" diameter £100-150

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1545. Four various snare drums; Pearl Professional Series, Sonor, Hollwood by Meazzi and Ajax (Boosey & Hawkes); also a quantity of percussion accessories including unused snares, various Stagg cymbal pads etc £100-150 1546. Good pair of Zildjian & Cie Constantinople cymbals made in the USA, with leather hand straps, 18" diameter £60-100

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1547. Solar by Sabian 20"/51cm ride cymbal made in Canada; also another Sabian medium ride cymbal, 20" diameter (2) £40-80 1548. Four Meteor by AA Meinl brass hi-hat 14" Soundwave cymbals; also six other various cymbals (10) £30-60 1549. Eight Stagg 14" hi-hat cymbals; also three other Stagg cymbals, 18" crash, 16" crash, 14" crash and a Y25-C16 15.75" cymbal, within a Stagg canvas carrying case (12) £40-80 1550. Old wooden glockenspiel, 44" long; also a Premier portable metal xylophone and a wooden cased xylophone (3) £60-100 1551. Two old Tabla drums with 8.5" and 5.5" skins; also a bodhran type handheld drum with 18.25" skin, silver plated flute head joint, cased and two folding metal music stands (6) £30-60

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1552. Four silver topped walking sticks formerly belonging to Yehudi Menuhin; one marked for London 1903 with plain knop handle, two with German silver marks and one with a silver Neilo decorated handle marked 84 (4) *These walking sticks were sold as lot 517 in Sotheby's 'The Menuhin Sale' on Tuesday 11th May 2004. The lot is accompanied with The Sotheby's catalogue where the walking sticks are illustrated and with The Sotheby's purchase invoice £500-800 1553. NO LOT 1554. Keech Banjolele with sunburst finish, case; also a small short scale tenor banjo with 10.5" skin and metal hoop, case (2) £40-70 1555. Good late 18th/early 19th century English cittern, with figured maple back and sides, spruce table and brass sound hole pierced with scrolling foliage and musical instruments £300-500 1556. 19th century lute, the satinwood bowl back with eleven ribs, the chevron banded spruce table with lobed pierced swan sound hole and with mother of pearl dot inlay to the fretboard £150-250

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1557. G.H. & S Melody-Uke, with sunburst resonator and 8" skin, bearing the makers trade mark logo to the head, case £25-45 1558. Pilgrim five string banjo, with 11" skin and mother of pearl dot inlay to the fretboard £30-50 1559. George Formby ukulele banjo, bearing the makers trade mark logo and stamped no. 1833 behind the peg box; also a Neapolitan Mandolino labelled Il Globo Fabbricanti di Italia, with rosewood bowl back, spruce mother of pearl banded table and butterfly scratch plate (at fault) (2) £40-80 1560. Bararole Prominenz one hundred and twenty button piano accordion with five switches and red marble finish, case; also an old Melodeon inscribed Louis, handmade in Bradford, green maple stained finish and four accordion and Melodeon tutorials £30-60 1561. Contemporary Renaissance style lute by and labelled handbuilt by Maish Weisman, 1974, with satinwood nine rib bowl back, spruce table and rosewood fretboard, case £250-350 1562. Two cased mouth organs inscribed and by M Hohner, Super chromonica chromatic harmonica, both cased; also 15 other various mouth organs and a quantity of harmonica related books, periodicals and CDs £40-80 10

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1565 1563. Crafter electric mandola, model no. M-70E, ser. no. 02113701 £30-50 1564. Grafton contemporary five string banjo, with 11" skin and geometric mother of pearl inlay to the fretboard, gig bag £180-240 1565. Fine contemporary Deering five string banjo, with ebony banded wooden resonator, 11" skin and mother of pearl lozenge inlaid fretboard, original hard case £1400-1800 1566. Premier vibraphone in need of some restoration, upon four castors, 52" long overall, 53.25" high £200-400 1567. Old Neapolitan mandolin labelled Cav. Giovanni de Meglio... (in need of some restoration) £30-50 1568. Galotta piano accordion, with forty-eight buttons and three switches, red marble finish, case £30-50

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1569. Square piano by Christopher Ganer, London circa 1780, the mahogany case with boxwood and satinwood crossbanding, the fascia board crossbanded in satinwood, harewood, and boxwood, the five octave keyboard FF to f3, with ivory naturals and ebony accidentals, single action with over-dampers, three brass-knobbed hand stops upon a frame stand with square tapered legs united by a shelf stretcher, inscribed on a boxwood plaque on the fascia board Christopher Ganer Londini Instrument maker, Broad Street, Golden Square, London, length 153cm, width 50.50cm **Although the name board is inscribed 'Christopher Ganer Musical Instrument Maker' which suggests a date after 1784, it is probable that the name board was overwritten for resale and the actual date of manufacture is earlier. The absence of a bottom f sharp, the key escutcheon, that the dampers have built in pivoting rods and the overall style suggests this is an earlier date £800-1200

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1570. Premiere four piece drum kit and snare, with light gold finish, hardware and cymbals etc £200-400 1571. Neapolitan mandolin labelled Stridente...Napoli, case; also a Romanian pear shaped mandolin and a banjo mandolin with 5 1/2" skin, case (3) £50-80 1572. Savana banjo mandolin with resonator and 8" skin, case; also a ukulele banjo with 8" skin (2) £50-80 1573. Good and unusual mandola labelled Anlo-Niolsai workshop, artist: TSAI, stringed music instrument maker, the triangular shaped mother of pearl banded body with rosewood back and sides, the back inlaid with a mother of pearl and abalone dragon, the spruce table with heart shaped soundhole and the fretboard inlaid with geometric mother of pearl floral motifs, another dragon inlaid to the headstock, original case £150-250 11


1574. Rare and unusual cylinder back mandolin by and labelled Vega, the Vega Co. Boston, Mass. U.S.A, with ivory banded spruce table fitted with a faux tortoiseshell scratchplate, within a later custom made plush lined case. £650-850 1575. Good contemporary Fylde touchstone mandolin, labelled and numbered 6892, gig bag £300-500 1576. Suzuki Japanese harp, (Taisho Goto), 27 1/2" long; also another similar Japanese harp, unnamed, both cased (2) **This lot is subject to VAT at 20% on the hammer price £50-100 LOT 1577 - 1800 NO LOTS

Brass & Woodwind LOTS 1801 - 1848 'The Private Collection of a Gentleman

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1801. Cocuswood oboe with German silver keywork, stamped Medaille D’Or, Paris 1878, C.Mahillon Bruxelles, made circa 1900, length 54.3cm, keywork a copy of Triebert Systeme 3, case £200-300 1802. Cocuswood Boehm system oboe with German silver keywork, stamped Brevete (barbican tower with three merlons), Triebert á Paris, made circa 1860, length 52.6cm *An early example of Boehm system oboe £300-400 1803. Cocuswood oboe with German silver keywork, stamped (crown), Heckel, Biebrich (crown), Maison á Paris, Rue De Chabron, 22, made circa 1920, length 56.3cm, Heckel model 35c regulation Heckel-Bore £400-500 1804. Cocuswood oboe with silver plated keywork, stamped Hawkes & Son, Makers, Denman Street, London, made circa 1910, length 57.6cm, Triebert’s Conservatoire system with thumbplate £200-300

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1805. Silver plated metal Conservatoire system oboe, a copy of the Loree 1900 Patent, stamped Paul Dupre, Paris, (FRANCE), Conservatoire, made circa 1930, length 59.8cm, in original case £300-400 1806. African blackwood Sharpe system oboe with German silver keywork, stamped J.Sharpe Pudsey Nr Leeds, made circa 1890, length 57.2cm, in original case £300-400 1807. African blackwood Conservatoire (covered plates) system oboe with plated keywork, stamped F.Loree (star), Paris, RR38, made circa 1922, length 60.1cm, called Gillet Model, case £200-300 1808. Cocuswood C clarinet with German silver keywork, stamped C. Mahillon, Bruxelles, Systeme, Pupeschi, Brevete, S.G.D.G., made circa 1920, length (no mouthpiece) 49.8cm £300-400 1809. Cocuswood Bb clarinet with German silver keywork, stamped Llewin Fres á Paris, made circa 1920, length 68.8cm £200-300

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1810. African blackwood Bb clarinet with German silver keywork, stamped J.Poschl, Munchen, made circa 1920, length (no mouthpiece) 59.2cm £150-250 1811. Ebonite Bb clarinet with German silver keywork, stamped Made by C.G.Conn, Elkhart Ind., circa 1900, length 63.8cm *Conn Patent system £250-350 1812. Cocuswood Eb clarinet with German silver keywork for left-handed player, stamped Joh Michl & Sohn, Graslitz, made circa 1900, length 48.4cm, in original leather case £250-350 1813. Cocuswood Bb Mazzeo system clarinet, stamped Mazzeo, System, Depose, Selmer, Paris, France, made in 1970/80s, length 67.5cm, in as new condition and in original case £300-400 1814. African blackwood Pupeschi system flute with B foot joint, stamped V.Kohlert, Sohne, Graslitz, Pupeschi System, Patent, made circa 1910, length 71.8cm £350-450 13


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1815. Cocuswood flute with silver keywork, stamped Rudall Carte & Co, 23 Berners Street, Oxford Street, London, 774, 1867 Patent, made in 1878, length 65.5, sounding length 58.3cm £300-400

1820. New Metal 1867 system flute with one piece body and foot joint, stamped Rudall Carte & Co Ltd, 23 Berners Street, London, made in 1930s, length 66.2cm, sounding length 59.9cm, in original fitted case £350-450

1816. African blackwood flute with eleven keys, stamped Barlassini, & Casoli, Milano, made circa 1910, length 71.9cm, keywork damage, in original case £100-200

1821. Ebonite Boehm system flute with one piece body and foot joint, stamped Collard & Co, London, made circa 1885, length 66.0cm sounding length 58.1cm £200-300

1817. Silver flute with silver keywork, stamped Boosey & Co, Makers, 295 Regent Street, London, 13743, R.S. Pratten's Perfected, made circa 1891, length 63.8cm £450-550

1822. Cocuswood conical Boehm system flute with D foot joint, stamped L.L., Louis Lot, Paris, 2117, Brevete, made circa 1876, length 61.5cm, with original cocuswood tenon covers, original case £1000-1200

1818. Boxwood flute with horn mounts and five brass keys (F key with double touch), stamped A.S. Wolf, Hamburg, made circa 1810, length 61.5cm, in old case £750-850

1823. Silver plated Boehm system flute, stamped Ate, Bonneville, Paris, 2067, made circa 1895, length 67.6cm, sounding length 59.8cm, in original double case £750-850

1819. Ebonite Pratten Perfected system flute with German silver keywork, stamped Boosey & Co, Makers, London, 14982, made circa 1895, length 64.5cm, in original mahogany fitted case with key £350-450

1824. Aluminium Boehm system (plus) flute, stamped Original, G. Rudolf, Uebal, Wohlhausen, (Vogtland), Germany, made in the 1960s, length 63.4cm, sounding length 57.0cm, in new unplayed condition and in original fitted case £500-600

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1829. Brass cylinder bore flute, with brass keywork of a curious design, no maker’s mark, perhaps an experimental model, made in the 20th century, length 64.8cm, sounding length 59.2cm, with crutch £150-250 1830. Boxwood flute with horn mounts and four brass keys, stamped (Hapsburg eagle), I W Lausmann, Linz, made circa 1860, length 60.6cm, in old case £500-600 1831. African blackwood Boehm system flute, stamped D.R.Patent, Modell 1919, Orthoton (crown), Otto Moennig, Leipzig, 7452, made circa 1920, length 70.5cm, sounding length 63.3cm, with B foot joint, wood tenon covers, in case, also signed Stadt. Orch. Freiburg £350-450 1832. African Blackwood Boehm system piccolo, stamped Orthoton, Otto, Monnig, Leipzig, 7788, made circa 1920, length 29.0cm, sounding length 24.4cm, in original fitted case £100-200

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1825. Aluminium Boehm system cylinder bore piccolo, stamped Original, G.Rudolf, Uebal, made in Germany in the 1960s, length 28.7cm, sounding length 25.8cm, in original fitted case £250-350 1826. Silver plated Moyse model Boehm system flute, stamped Monopole (in ornamented crescent), Couesnon, Paris, Monopole, Conservatoires, M. Moyse (cursive), 21211, made circa 1935, length 66.7cm, sounding length 59.6cm £350-450 1827. Cocuswood (thinned body & head) Boehm system flute, possibly silver keywork, stamped Excelsior, Sonorous, Class, Hawkes & Son, Makers, London, 9292, made circa 1880, length 60.2cm, sounding length 67.8cm £300-400 1828. Cocuswood Boehm system flute, no maker’s stamp probably made by Collard, London, circa 1890, length 64.5cm, sounding length 67.8cm £150-250

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1833. Cocuswood Boehm system piccolo, stamped Ate, Bonneville á Paris, 4385, with head joint, #2301, made circa 1900, length 41.4cm, case £100-200 1834. Ebonite 1867 model piccolo, stamped Rudall Carte & CO, London, 1992, made circa 1890, length 28.4cm, case £100-200 1835. Silver plated conical bore, double wall, piccolo, stamped Made by, C.G.Conn, Elkhart Ind, New York, made circa 1900, length 30.3cm, with ebonite head joint, case £100-200 1836. Ivory piccolo with six keys, unstamped, made in Germany circa 1880, length 31.8cm £100-200 1837. African blackwood piccolo with ivory head joint, six keys, unstamped, made in Germany circa 1880 £100-200 1838. Boxwood piccolo with horn bands, one brass key, no maker’s stamp, made Germany circa 1810 £100-200 1839. African blackwood Boehm system piccolo stamped A.Robert, Paris, circa 1900, length 32.3cm £100-200 15


1840. Cocuswood piccolo, four keys, stamped E. Baack, New York, made circa 1840, length 31.7cm £100-200

1853. Tenor trombone by and inscribed Besson, Academy 402, silver plated, with mouthpiece, in case £50-80

1841. African blackwood Boehm system piccolo stamped E.Rittershausen, Berlin, 4923, made circa 1920, length 31.0cm £100-200

1854. Tenor trombone by and stamped The Salvationist Publishing & Supplies Ltd., London, The Triumphonic, no. 17360, silver plated, with mouthpiece, case £10-20

1842. Cocuswood piccolo, five silver keys on crescent plates, stamped Clair, Godfroy Aine á Paris, made circa 1830, length 29.7cm, sounding length 24.7cm £200-300 1843. Three Boehm system piccolos by Rudall Carte, London (3) £100-200 1844. Six piccolos, no makers names (6) £100-200 1845. Three piccolos by Buffet Crampon Paris (3) £100-200 1846. Box of flute pieces £100-200 1847. Four pitch pipes, English 19th century (4) £100-200 1848. Two Wheatstone Patent flute mouthpieces, one with brass plaque, the other without (2) £50-80 1849. NO LOT

1850. Gemeinhardt silver plated flute, Model M2, ser. no. 229483, within original leather case £35-55 1851. Bass trombone by and inscribed Hawkes & Son, London, 100329, silver plated, ridged blackwood slide handle, with mouthpiece £30-50 1852. Helicon, brass tubing, three Périnet valves, with mouthpiece £70-100

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1855. Soprano trombone, brass tubing, un-associated mouthpiece £60-80 1856. Baritone horn by and inscribed Hawkes & Son., London, Excelsior Sonorous, three Périnet valves £20-40 1857. Bass valve trombone by and stamped Miro Zazvonil, Kladno, circa 1935, brass tubing, four rotary valves, with mouthpiece, in case £70-100 1858. Silver plated cornet by and inscribed J. Higham, Maker Manchester no. 40749, with three Perinet valves and ornate foliate strapwork engraving around the bell, with music lyre, tuning bit and mouthpiece, within a leather fitted case. *This instrument bears a presentation plaque inscribed "Presened to W.M. Egan by the Rev M.J. O'Reilly from the Whitwick Band" £70-100 1859. Silver plated trumpet by and inscribed Besson & Co., Prototype, London, England, L.P. Class A Proteano, with mouthpiece and two mutes, within a Besson case with some sheet music £70-100 1860. Silver plated trumpet 'The Clipper Tone', by and inscribed Hawkes & Son, Denman Street, London NO.49822, with two mouthpieces, mute and music lyre, within a leather case £50-80 1861. Brass flugel horn by and inscribed Gerbruder Voigt, Markneukirchen, Sachsen on an applied oval silvered shaped plate, with three Berliner pumpen valves (no mouthpiece) £100-150 1862. Silver plated tenor horn by and inscribed Couesnon & Cie, 924 Rue D'Angouleme, Paris, also dated 1889 and with ornate foliate engraved mounts, mouthpiece £100-150

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1863. Brass tenor horn by and inscribed Halari... F. Sudre... 13, Boulevard Rochechouart á Paris, dated 1902 (no mouthpiece) £50-80 1864. Brass trombone by and inscribed F. Van Cauwelaert, Brevete, Brussels, with three double valves of Belgian Patent No. 45709/1878, mouthpiece £70-100 1865. Mid 20th century bass trombone with slide handle stamped Weltklang, bell 26cm diameter £80-120 1866. Yamaha YFL-21S metal flute, case; together with an Artley metal flute, case, a Moeck recorder and five harmonicas to include three Hohner Echo Super Vamper, a Hohner Chromonica and an Aida £40-80

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1867. French bass clarinet by and stamped Jean Cartier, Artiste, ParisFrance, Case £300-400 1868. Twenty assorted mouthpieces for brass instruments (20) £40-80 1869. Four tenor saxophone and six alto saxophone mouthpieces (10) £30-50 1870. Yamaha Silent Brass ST9 for a euphonium, gig bag; also Hercules boxed euphonium stand (2) £30-50 1871. Ten brass lyres and ten brass instrument mouthpieces, by Bach, Callet and Giardinelli etc (20) £30-50 1872. Jupiter soprano brass trombone, mouthpiece, case £100-150 1873. Boosey & Hawkes Emperor clarinet in A; also a Boosey & Hawkes Imperial 926 clarinet, Bb, pair, within a double case £150-250 1874. Pair of Boosey & Hawkes Edgware clarinets, in A and Bb, cased £150-250

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1876

1875. Good French oboe by and stamped Cabart, 74, á Paris, case £400-600 1876. Fine silver flute by and stamped 'The Muramatsu Flute', Muramatsu Flute Mrg. Co, Tokorozawa, Japan, ser. no. GXIII no. 291435, case £2500-3500 1877. Old Boosey & Co Ltd Imperial Model silver plated class A tuba, ser. no. 133939, mouthpiece £60-100 1878. Buffet Crampon & Cie á Paris silver plated tenor saxophone inscribed Evette & Schaeffer, ...Paris no. 14770, with crook and within a sturdy homemade wooden case £200-300

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1879 1879. Good Selmer balanced action gold lacquered alto saxophone, ser. no. 22355 (1936), with crook, mouthpiece, music stand and within original Selmer csae *This saxophone has been in the vendor's family for over fifty years and is sold with the purchase receipt from Browns of Bristol Limited dated 16th August 1969 £1500-2000 1880. C.G. Conn Ltd Naked Lady alto saxophone, stamped Lafleur, London, patd. Dec 8.1914, 1119964, pat. APPD for A M261691A L, with crook, case £800-1200 1881. Good Selmer Radio Improved gold lacquered alto saxophone, inscribed H. Selmer, 4, Place Dancourt, Paris no. 19199 (1934), British Agent, H Selmer & Co Limited, 12 Moore Street, London W.1., Made in France, with crook, mouthpiece and within original Henry Selmer case **This saxophone has been in the same family by descent since it was purchased in 1934 £1500-2000

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1881

1882. Quantity of various old clarinet and flute body joints etc £20-50 1883. Boxwood and ivory flute by and stamped Bilton, London in need of restoration; also a boxwood and ivory fife by and stamped A. Binyon, London in need of restoration (2) £30-60 1884. Boxwood and ivory clarinet by and stamped G. Astor & Co, London, with six square brass keys on wooden blocks £120-180 1885. Good contemporary Yamaha brass and copper coloured trombone, two mouthpieces, case £200-300 1886. Unusual acrylic and brass sousaphone, case £200-300 1887. Old silver plated tuba inscribed, 'The Triumphonic' class A, 20086, Manufactured by The Salvationist Publishing & Supplies Limited Judd Street Kings Cross, London Factory St Albans, Herts, bearing the Salvation Army blood and fire logo, mouthpiece, hard case and gig bag £100-150 GARDINER HOULGATE


1888. Venus SS512G gold lacquered soprano saxophone, two crooks, mouthpiece, case £50-70 1889. J.R.Lafleur & Sons Ltd Alliance silver plated flugelhorn, two mouthpieces, music clip and extension, case £30-50 LOTS 1890 - 2000 NO LOT

Part I Violins & Violas 2001. Shaped fitted wooden violin case bearing the maker's ivorine plaque of Edward Withers, 22, Wardour Street, ...London.W £30-50 2002. Late 19th century Bavarian violin with carved lion's head finial, 14 1/8", 35.90cm, leather case £80-120 2003. German six string treble viol by and inscribed Goldtammer, Speyer 1968 on the centre block inside the back, 27.5" long overall £50-80 2004. French seven-eighth size violin of the Causin School, 13 13/16", 35.10cm, two bows £50-80 2005. Two large planes and some purfling tools; also a quantity of 'Jorgensen' adjustable clamps, most branded 'W E H' and a quantity of wooden G clamps of various sizes £30-50 2006. Mid 20th century Stradivari copy violin in need of restoration, 14 1/16", 35.70cm, bow, case £20-40 2007. French three-quarter size violin circa 1890 labelled Medio-Fino, 13", 33cm £50-80 2008. Violin circa 1930, 14 1/8", 35.90cm £100-150

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2009. Early 20th century Stradivari copy viola, 15 1/4", 38.70cm £120-180 2010. Hawkes & Son Professor violin labelled and dated 1928, 14 1/8", 35.90cm (crack in treble side middle rib) £150-200 2011. Alfred Moritz Excelsior violin labelled Copy of Mathias Albani, fecit Dresdae. Anno 18**,... 14 1/8", 35.90cm £150-200 2012. French violin circa 1930, 14 1/8", 35.90cm £100-140 2013. Small contemporary Romanian viola, 14 15/16", 37.90cm £60-80 2014. Early 20th century violin, 40 3/16", 36cm; also a German three quarter size violin circa 1930, 13 5/16", 33.80cm (2) £50-80 2015. Interesting old violin in need of extensive restoration, 14 3/16", 36cm, case £60-100 2016. Early 20th century child's violin, 12 1/8", 30.80cm, case £80-120 2017. Early 20th century violin in need of further restoration, 14 1/16", 35.70cm (soundpost crack in the back), bow, case £50-100 2018. Interesting eccentric geometric shaped violin, length of back 15 1/2" and overall length 24.25", case £150-200 2019. Late 19th century Stradivarius copy violin, 14 1/2", 36.80cm, two bows, case £100-150 2020. Early 20th century violin labelled Laurentius Guadagnini..., 14 1/8", 35.90cm, bow, case £150-200 2021. French three quarter size violin circa 1910, 13 1/16", 33.20cm, case £150-200 19


2022. 19th century German violin labelled Nicolas Amatus..., 14 1/8", 35.90cm, two bows, case £200-250 2023. Late 19th century Stradivari copy violin of the Neuner and Hornsteiner School, 14 1/16", 35.70cm, case £100-150 2024. Good old oak violin case by W.E.Hill & Sons £30-50 2025. Contemporary German violin by and labelled Konrad Paulus violin-maker, Markneukirchen Germany., 14 1/16", 35.70cm, case £60-100 2026. Early 20th century violin labelled Amati..., 14 3/16", 36cm £80-120 2027. German three quarter size violin circa 1910, 13 3/8", 34cm £40-60 2028. Wolff Bros violin labelled and dated 1886 no. 2699 (with poorly restored table), 14 1/16", 35.70cm; also an amateur made English violin, 14 3/16", 36cm, two small Stentor student violins, small bundle of bows and three cases £40-80 2029. English violin by and labelled Louis Fussell, Bedford, 1998, 14 1/4", 36.20cm; also two other amateur made full size violins by the same maker labelled and dated 1994 and 2007 (3) £60-100 2030. English viola by and labelled Louis Fussell, Bedford, 2002, 16 3/8", 41.60cm; also another viola by the same maker labelled and dated 1999, 16 3/8", 41.60cm (2) £80-140 2031. English viola by and labelled Louis Fussell, maker, Denbigh 1983, 16 15/16", 43cm £100-150 2032. Collection of various violin fittings including pegs and fingerboards etc; also a quantity of various violin and other bow frogs £20-40

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2033. German three-quarter size violin circa 1900, 13 3/8", 34cm, bow; also a good contemporary viola case with hydrometer and a Primavera violin case (3) £50-80 2034. Quantity of stringed instrument fittings including Wittner tailpieces and Muco shoulder rests etc £50-80 2035. Large quantity of Cellosaite dominant tenor-bass-gambe instrument strings including: four bass viol sets and 152 mixed bass singles £50-100 2036. German violin labelled Nach Carl Anton Lippold, Musikalischer Instrumentemacher in Neukirchen bey Adolf, 19**, 14 3/16", 36cm £150-200 2037. French violin circa 1920, 14 1/8", 35.90cm £150-200 2038. Late 19th century German violin, 14 3/16", 36cm £120-160 2039. Late 19th century Maggini copy violin, 14 1/2", 36.80cm £200-300 2040. Box of stringed instrument tailpieces and closing clamps etc £30-60 2041. Four various old half size violins, all in need of some restoration (4) £60-100 2042. Two old three-quarter size violins; also two contemporary three-quarter size violins and a child's violin, case (5) £30-50 2043. Seven various old violins all in need of some restoration (7) £100-200 2044. Early 20th century viola and two interesting old full size violins, all in need of restoration (3) £100-200 2045. Late 19th century German violin labelled J.C. Bottesoni, von Della S. Albani..., 14 1/16", 35.70cm, bow, case £100-150

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2046. Good early 20th century French violin, 14 1/16", 35.70cm, two bows £150-200

2057. Three full size and one three-quarter size violin, all in need of some attention (4) £60-100

2047. Early 20th century three-quarter size violin labelled Phebes, with scratched purfling, 13 1/16", 33.20cm; also another German three-quarter size violin of the Neuner & Hornsteiner School, 13 3/8", 34cm (2) £80-120

2058. Good Edwardian burr walnut and mahogany fitted double violin case with rounded ends £50-80

2048. German double purfled three-quarter size violin circa 1920, 13 1/8", 33.30cm; also another early 20th century three-quarter size violin, 13 1/4", 33.70cm (2) £40-80 2049. Two German three-quarter size violins both stamped Paganini below the button, 13 1/4", 33.70cm and 13 3/16", 33.50cm respectively (2) £30-60 2050. German three-quarter size violin labelled A. Scharrlein, Nurnberg, fece anno 1900, 13 1/4", 33.75cm; also a mid 20th century French Stradivari copy three-quarter size violin, 13 5/16", 33.80cm and another German Stradivari copy three-quarter size violin, 13 1/2", 34.30cm, all in need of some restoration (3) £40-60 2051. English three-quarter size violin by and labelled David R. Ouvry, anno 1999, Maidenhead-England, 13 5/16", 33.80cm £60-100 2052. Three old full size violins all in need of some attention (3) £60-100 2053. Early 20th century German violin labelled Gustav Bernhardt, Markhausen 1912, 14 1/8", 35.90cm £150-250 2054. Late 19th century violin, 14 1/8", 35.90cm £150-250 2055. German violin circa 1900, 14 3/16", 36cm £120-180 2056. Early 20th century German violin, 14 3/16", 36cm £120-180

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2059. Interesting 19th century French violin stamped ... á la Ville to the inner back, 14 1/4", 36.20cm; also another 19th century violin labelled Copie de Gobetti, Mittenwald, 14 1/4", 36.20cm (2) £100-200 2060. Late 19th century child's half size violin, 12 9/16", 31.90cm, bow, case £50-80 2061. Early 20th century German full size violin; also a mid 20th century Czechoslovakian three-quarter size violin, another three-quarter size violin without a table and two violin necks and scrolls £40-80 2062. Late 19th century Mittenwald violin, 14 1/16", 35.70cm £60-100 2063. Late 19th century German violin, 14 1/8", 35.90cm £60-90 2064. German violin labelled Nach Michael Potscher, Musikallischer Instrumenten Macher, aus Zwota, Anno 1926, 14 1/16", 35.70cm £120-180 2065. French violin labelled Copie de Nicolaus Amatus, 14 1/16", 35.70cm £60-100 2066. Early 20th century German violin, 14", 35.60cm; also two other full size violins and a three quarter size violin (4) £60-100 2067. Interesting English primitive violin labelled Arthur Earnest Geoggini... 1921, 14 5/16", 36.40cm (in need of some restoration); also a viola, 16", 40.60cm (2) £60-100 2068. Good late 19th century violin in need of restoration, 13 15/16", 35.40cm, two bows, case £100-200

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2069. Late 19th century French 1/8 size child's violin, 10 1/4", 26cm £150-250 2070. Contemporary English violin labelled Brian Phillip Brealey, Nottingham 1994, violin no. 11, 14", 35.60cm £100-150 2071. Contemporary English violin by Brian Phillip Brealey, unlabelled, 14 1/8", 35.90cm £60-100 2072. Early 20th century German violin, 14 3/16", 36cm; also a contemporary Andreas Zeller violin, 13 15/16", 35.40cm (2) £50-80 2073. Box of part finished violas and violins etc. by Brian Phillip Brealey; also a box of violin and guitar related fittings and tools £40-80 2074. Old English viola, 16 1/16", 40.8cm (in need of some restoration); also a violin body stamped F. Salzard to the inner back, 14 5/16", 36.40cm and another old full size violin (3) £250-350 2075. Good Gordge oblong violin case, with outer zipper canvas cover £200-250 2076. Antique and fruitwood an oak violin peg drill, upon a canted plinth, 21" long ** This item was submitted as a mystery object to Dick Joyce on the popular television series hosted by Anlgia Broadcasting called 'Bygones'. A viewer of the programme subsequently correctly identified the object and the accompanying paperwork refers £150-250 2077. Violin indistinctly labelled Carl...1920, 13 15/16", 35.40cm £150-250 2078. Early 20th century violin labelled Carlo Bergonzi..., 14 1/16", 35.70cm, bow, case £150-250 2079. Good ebonised double oblong violin case with rounded ends by W. E. Hill & Sons, with satinwood and green velvet lined fitted interior; also another oblong double violin case with green velvet fitted interior (2) £100-200

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2083 2080. Quantity of violin fittings, including tailpieces and chinrests etc £20-40

BOOKS 2081. L & V Le Canu - Maitres Luthiers - Les Luthiers Francais, Tomes 2 & 3, also Albert W. Cooper - The Cooper Collection, volume I (3) £15-30 2082. Andrew Hooker - Mr Black's Violins, the Extraordinary Obsession of Gerald Segelman, standard limited edition 327/1500 £50-80 2083. Jorge Pozas - The Golden Age of Violin Making in Spain, limited copy no. 387-R/1000 £200-300 2084. Carlo Chiesa and Duane Rosengard - The Stradivari Legacy, published by Peter Biddulph, London 1998 £70-100 2085. Carlo Chiesa and Duane Rosengard - The Stradivari Legacy, published by Peter Biddulph, London 1998 £70-100 2086. John Basford and Tim Toft - W.E.Hill & Sons Violin Makers 1880-1936 £80-120

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2087. John Basford and Tim Toft - W.E.Hill & Sons Violin Makers 1880-1936 £80-120

2088. I Segreti di Sgarabotto - limited edition 195/400 published by Scrollavezza & Zanre £250-350 2089. William Henley - Universal Dictionary of Violin & Bow Makers, 1973 edition reprinted in 1997 £70-100 2090. Group of four coloured etchings of famous musicians/composers, all published by The Museum Galleries, 63, Shorts Gardens, London and with blind impressed stamps, depicting; T. Hamilton Crawford, 9.25" x 7" (1924), William Jeans, 13" x 10" (1923), H. Geofrey, 11.5" x 8.5" (1928) and Will. Henderson, 11" x 8.25" (1926), all within Hogarth style frames (4) £100-150 LOTS 2091 - 2200 NO LOT

BOWS *Please check CITES regulations regarding export of bows containing elephant ivory prior to purchasing

2087

2201. Twenty-four division bow case; also three twelve division bow cases (4) £40-80 2202. Bundle of bows £20-40 2203. Large bundle of bows £40-80 2204. Bundle of various nickel mounted bows, all bearing German trade stamps £100-200 2205. Ten nickel mounted violin bows, bearing various stamps including Dodd, Tourte etc (10) £60-100 2206. Fourteen nickel mounted violoncello bows, some stamped (14) £40-80

2088

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2207. Bundle of various size bows £30-60

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2208. Bundle of various size bows; also a small quantity of bow hair £30-60

2223. Twenty violin bows (20) £20-40

2209. Large bundle of mainly pernambuco bows £80-120

2224. Small bundle of various bows £15-30

2210. Large bundle of bows, mainly pernambuco, some branded £100-150

2225. Bundle of various bows, approximately 30 £40-80

2211. Interesting selection of violin and viola bows £300-400

2226. Small bundle of various bows (10) £20-40

2212. Five nickel mounted old pernambuco violoncello bows £120-160

2227. German nickel mounted violoncello bow stamped Bruno Heinze (repaired head); also another nickel mounted violoncello bow and a double bass bow (3) £80-120

2213. Five interesting violoncello and viola bows (5) £120-160 2214. Two old pernambuco double bass bows (2) £120-160 2215. Four old violoncello bows (4) £120-160 2216. Large number of various bows, approximately 50 £40-80 2217. Large number of various bows, approximately 45 £40-80 2218. Large number of various bows, approximately 45 £40-80 2219. Ten violoncello bows (10) £30-60 2220. Ten violoncello bows (10) £30-60 2221. Twenty violin bows (20) £20-40 2222. Twenty violin bows (20) £20-40 24

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2228. Five various nickel mounted German stamped bows (5) £50-80 2229. Nickel mounted violin bow stamped Dodd; also two other nickel mounted violin bows (3) £30-50 2230. German nickel mounted violin bow stamped Max Jorge; also another nickel mounted violin bow stamped Sarasate Maitre and two other nickel mounted violin bows (4) £40-80 2231. Silver mounted violin bow stamped Vuillaume a Paris; also another silver mounted violin bow, unstamped (2) £150-250 2232. Two silver mounted violin bows, both unstamped; also a nickel mounted violin bow indistinctly stamped (3) £150-250 2233. German nickel mounted violin bow stamped Wilhelm, 60.50gm £50-80 2234. Nickel mounted violin bow stamped Dodd, 53.50gm £50-80 2235. Silver mounted violin bow indistinctly stamped, 59.50gm £100-150

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2236. Silver mounted violin bow stamped Dodd on the handle and frog, 56gm £100-150 2237. Silver mounted violin bow stamped MT Snewing, 60.50gm (without hair) £100-150 2238. English silver mounted violin bow by and stamped D.I. Newton, the stick octagonal, the ebony frog inlaid with silver rings enclosing pearly eyes and with a silver overlaid ebony adjustor, 59gm £200-300 2239. Silver mounted violin bow, unstamped, 60gm £100-150

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2240. English silver mounted violin bow by and stamped Jas Tubbs, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes and with a silver overlaid ebony adjustor, 64gm £500-800 2241. German nickel mounted violin bow stamped Tourte, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes and the ebony adjuster with two nickel bands, 55.5gm £80-120 2242. German silver mounted violin bow of the Weichold School, unstamped, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes and with a silver overlaid ebony adjuster, 52.5gm £120-160 2243. Austrian violin bow by and stamped H. Voigt in Wien, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes and the ebony adjuster with two bands, 50.5gm £300-500 2244. Interesting silver mounted violin bow stamped W. Vaus. London, the stick round, the ebony frog by W.E. Hill & Sons and the ebony adjuster with two silver bands, 53.5gm £200-300 2245. 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, 55.5gm (later German mounts) £400-600

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2246. Good German silver mounted violin bow stamped Hawkes & Son on one side and Tourte Model on the other, the stick octagonal, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes and the ebony adjuster with two silver bands, 54.5gm £250-350 2247. Silver mounted violin bow stamped Nicholas Newman, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes and the ebony adjuster with two silver bands, 51gm £60-90 2248. Good English silver mounted viola bow stamped Dodd on the stick and the frog, the stick round, the frog inlaid with pearl eyes and the ebony adjuster with two silver bands, 66gm £600-800

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2255. German silver mounted violin bow stamped Joachim, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with silver engraved eyes and with an engraved silver overlaid ebony adjuster, 56.5gm £250-350 2256. French nickel mounted violin bow stamped Bazin on the stick and the frog, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes and with a nickel overlaid ebony adjuster, 55gm £200-300 2257. English silver mounted violin bow stamped Dodd and probably by James Dodd with later Tubbs family mounts, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes and with a silver overlaid ebony adjuster, 55.5gm £400-600 2249

2257

2249. Interesting silver mounted violin bow with round stick, probably English circa 1850, the later German frog with silver rings enclosing pearl eyes and the later ebony adjuster with two silver bands, 58.5gm (later German mounts circa 1920) £300-400 2250. German silver mounted violin bow, unstamped, the stick round, the ebony frog plain and with a silver overlaid ebony adjuster, 57gm £120-160 2251. German silver mounted violin bow, unstamped, the stick octagonal, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes and the ebony adjuster with two silver bands, 54gm £120-160 2252. Interesting silver mounted violin bow stamped Dodd on the stick and frog, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes and with a silver overlaid ebony adjuster, 58gm £250-350 2253. Nickel mounted violin bow stamped Beyer, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes and with a nickel overlaid ebony adjuster, 60.50gm £80-120 2254. Nickel mounted violin bow stamped Eury, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes and the ebony adjuster with two nickel bands, 55gm £80-120

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2258. Silver and nickel mounted violin bow, the stick round, the ebony frog stamped Dodd and inlaid with nickel rings enclosing pearl eyes, also with nickel ferrule and with a silver overlaid ebony adjuster, 57gm £100-150 2259. Rare American or English Patent metal violin bow, inscribed on the frog slide John Grey PAT. 14241/2, 67gm £100-150 2260. Nickel mounted violin bow illegibly stamped T...ry á Paris, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with nickel rings enclosing pearly eyes and the ebony adjuster with one wide nickel band, 56gm £120-160 2261. 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, 56gm £200-300 2262. Contemporary English silver mounted violoncello bow stamped J.D.Woodfield, the stick octagonal, the ebony frog inlaid with silver rings enclosing pearl eyes and with a silver overlaid ebony adjustor, 73gm £300-400 2263. Silver mounted violoncello bow, unstamped, 69.50gm £100-150

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2264. French silver mounted violin bow stamped A. Husson Paris, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes (one missing) and the ebony adjustor with two silver bands, 51.5gm (without hair) £800-1200 2265. French nickel mounted violin bow stamped Buthod - Paris, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes and with a nickel overlaid ebony adjustor, 59.50gm £300-400 2266. French violin bow stamped Louis Bazin, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with rings enclosing pearl eyes and with an overlaid ebony adjustor, 57gm (without hair) £700-900 2267. English silver mounted violin bow by and stamped M.M.Taylor, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with silver rings enclosing pearl eyes and the ebony adjustor with two silver bands, 60gm £700-1000 2268. English silver mounted viola bow by and stamped L. Cocker, with cane octagonal stick, the ebony frog inlaid with silver rings enclosing pearl eyes and with a silver overlaid ebony adjustor, 65gm £200-300

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2269. German nickel mounted violin bow stamped Mathias Thoma, 54gm (partially haired) £80-120 2270. Nickel mounted violin bow stamped Paul Mangenot, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes and the ebony adjustor with two nickel bands, 55gm £150-200 2271. Silver mounted violin bow, unstamped, the stick octagonal, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes and with a silver overlaid ebony adjustor, 62gm £200-300 2272. English silver mounted violin bow by and stamped Roy Collins, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with silver rings enclosing pearl eyes and the ebony adjustor with two silver bands, 61.5gm £400-600 2273. Silver mounted violoncello bow, unstamped, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes and the ebony adjustor with two silver bands, 66gm (without hair) £200-300

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2274. English silver mounted violin bow by and stamped W.E.Hill & Sons (Arthur J. Barnes), the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with silver rings enclosing pearl eyes and with a silver overlaid ebony adjustor, 56gm (without hair) £1000-1500 2275. Silver mounted violin bow, 58gm (repaired head) £80-120 2276. Nickel mounted violin bow stamped Chanot, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes and the ebony adjustor with two silver bands (one missing), 51gm £400-600 2277. Silver mounted violin bow stamped Dodd, the stick octagonal, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes and the ebony adjustor with two silver bands, 60gm £300-500 2278. Interesting German violin bow of the Knopf School, the stick round, the ebony frog with oval dished sides and silver foliate engraved ferrule, also with bone adjustor and mother of pearl inlaid stripes to the handle, 53.50gm £400-600 2279. French silver mounted violin bow probably by Jerome Thiebouville-Lamy, Mirecourt, circa 1920, unstamped, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes and the ebony adjustor with two silver bands, 57gm £1000-1500

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2281

2280. German silver mounted violin bow by and stamped Jul. Heinr. Zimmerman, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with pearl eyes and the ebony adjustor with two silver bands, 56gm £800-1200 2281. Good English silver mounted violoncello bow by and stamped W. E. Hill & Sons, the stick round, the ebony frog inlaid with silver rings enclosing pearl eyes and with a silver overlaid ebony adjustor, 70gm (partially haired) **The handle of this stick is stamped 38v under the frog £1500-2000

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2282. Good English silver mounted violoncello bow by and stamped John Clutterbuck, the stick octagonal, the ebony frog inlaid with silver rings enclosing pearl eyes and the ebony adjustor with two silver bands, 69.50gm £1000-1500 2283. Good English silver mounted violoncello bow by and stamped W. E. Hill & Sons, the stick octagonal, the ebony frog inlaid with silver rings enclosing pearl eyes and with a silver overlaid ebony adjustor, 73gm £1500-2500 LOTS 2284 - 2400 NO LOT

Part II Violins & Violas

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2282

2401. Good German violin circa 1910, possibly of the Berlin School, 14 1/16", 35.70cm, two bows, case £400-600 2402. Good early 20th century German violin, unlabelled, 14 1/4", 36.20cm, two bows, case £250-350 2403. Good violin probably by Carlo Storioni circa 1900, unlabelled, the two piece back of broad curl with similar wood to the head, the table of a distinct medium width grain and the varnish of a dark reddish brown colour on a golden ground, 13 15/16". 35.40cm, case

2401

**This violin is sold with a valuation letter from Beverley Music Centre dated 14th April 1982 £450-650 2404. German violin by and labelled A. Becker, Geigenmacher, Landsberg, Anno. 1876, 14 3/16", 36cm, two bows, case **This violin is sold with a valuation letter from Beverley Music Centre dated 3rd April 1987 £200-300 2405. Good early 20th century German viola, unlabelled, 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 light brownish colour on a golden ground, 15.5", 39.40cm, case £1000-1400

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2407

2410

2406. French violin by and labelled Lutherie Artistique, Jean Baptiste Colin (surname missing from label), 14 1/16", 35.70cm £300-400 2407. Good French violin by and labelled Jean Baptiste Allo, Lutherie Artistique, Cours de la Republique, Orleans, A.D. & C., the two piece back of medium curl with similar width 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 1/8", 35.90cm, bow, case £700-1000 2408. Early 20th century Stradivari copy violin stamped Paganinis Violin behind the pegbox, 14 3/16", 36cm, bow, case £250-350

2412

2409. German viola circa 1910, 15 1/4", 38.70cm, bow, case £300-500 2410. Interesting late 18th/early 19th century viola, partially and illegibly labelled, the one piece back of faint medium curl with plainish 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, 15 1/2", 39.40cm, bow, case £500-750 2411. Mittenwald violin circa 1880, 14 1/8", 35.90cm, case £250-350

2412 (Inscriptions)

2412. Interesting 18th century violin labelled Cahusac Mufickl..., maker, Opposite St. Clements church, in The Strand, London; also inscribed internally twice 'made by John Kennedy in Woods Close Clerkenwell, London fecit July:13:1759', the one piece back of faint medium/broad curl with medium curl 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", 35.60cm, case ** This violin is sold with a photocopy of the internal inscriptions mentioned, also see images online. £3500-5500 30

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2418

2420

2413. Early 20th century German viola, 16", 40.60cm, case £300-350 2414. Scottish violin by and labelled George Webster, maker, Aberdeen 1967 and signed on the label, 14 1/16", 35.70cm, case £200-300 2415. Late 19th century Stradivari copy violin, 14 1/16", 35.70cm £300-400 2416. Early 20th century 7/8 size violin labelled GPS 512, 13 3/4", 34.90cm £300-400 2417. German violin labelled A.K.Huttl Geigenmeister, Grasliz - Anno 1912, 14 1/8", 35.90cm £300-400 2418. Violin labelled Michelangelo Puglisi, fecit in Catania L'Anno 1920, the two piece back of very faint medium curl with similar wood to the sides, the head of plainish wood, the table of a fine/medium width grain and the crackled varnish of a reddish brown colour on a golden ground, 14 1/8", 35.90cm £800-1200 2419. German violin labelled Louis Ott. Dusseldorf. Fecebit 1912; also bearing the maker's inked initials on the label, 14 1/16", 35.70cm £400-600 2420. Russian violin labelled Jul. Heinr Zimmermann, Moskau. St. Petersburg. Leipzig, no. 20.1911, the one piece back of faint 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 reddish brown colour on a golden ground, 14", 35.60cm £500-700

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2423

2421. French three-quarter size violin stamped Nicolas Duchene Á La Ville de Pardoue to the inner back, 12 15/16", 32.90cm £300-500 2422. Late 19th century German violin, 14 3/16", 36cm (table sound post crack); also another early 20th century German violin, 13 7/8", 35.20cm, bow (2) £250-350 2423. Good Scottish violin labelled Made by James Hardie & Sons, 17 Richmond Place, Edinburgh 1886, the two piece back of 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 plum red colour on a golden ground, 14 3/16", 36.10cm, case £800-1200

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2424

2430

2424. Interesting old violin labelled Joan Udalricus Ebell, fecit Pragae, 17**, the one piece back of plainish wood with similar wood to the head, the sides of faint medium curl, the table of a fine width grain and the varnish of a plum red colour on a golden ground, 14 3/16", 36cm, bow, case £400-800 2425. Good English violin by and stamped J. Priestnall, 1894 to the inner back; also stamped twice on the table, twice on the back and bearing the no. 184 on the button, the one piece back of wild flame with faint medium curl 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 3/16", 36cm £600-900 2426. French violin labelled Nicolas Bertholini, Luthier de S.M. l'Emperur et de la Cour de France, Fecit anno 1816, 14 3/16", 36cm £200-300

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2425

2431 (See page 33) 2427. French violin labelled Copie de J.Bte. Vuillaume á Paris, 14 3/16", 36cm £200-300 2428. French violin stamped Nicolas Bertholini to the inner back, 14 3/8", 36.50cm £200-300 2429. French violin labelled Antonia Adaquina Cremonensis..., 14", 35.60cm £250-350 2430. Interesting 19th century violin probably of the North Italian School, unlabelled, the one piece back of faint medium curl with similar wood to the sides, the head of plainish wood (repaired), the table of a medium width grain and the varnish of a reddish-brown colour on a golden ground, 13 15/16", 35.40cm £800-1500

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2431. Rare early 20th century violon d'Amore labelled Fabrication Garantie de Jerome Thibouville Lamy & Co, Luthiers á Paris and branded CV 92 to the inner back and stamped Brevete on the button, with four violin tuned melody strings and four sympathetic strings under the fingerboard, back length 14.5", total length 26.25", case £500-800 2432. Interesting early 19th century violin labelled Andreas Guarnerius..., the one 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 reddishbrown colour on a golden ground, 14 1/16", 35.70cm, case £400-600 2433. German violin circa 1900, 14 3/16", 36cm, two bows £200-300

2436

2434. Early 20th century violin in need of restoration, case £200-300 2435. 19th century French violin labelled Breton Brevete De S.A.R.Me.; also faintly branded Breton on the button, 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 golden-brown colour, 14 1/8", 35.90cm *This violin has a sound post and other cracks in the front £200-300 2436. Early viola, probably Dutch circa 1820, unlabelled, the two 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 dark brown colour on a golden ground, 15 1/16", 38.30cm £550-750

2437

2437. Good modern Czechoslovakian violin by and labelled Karel Vavra, fecit Pragae Anno 1963, Op 220, also stamped Karel Vavra Prague to the inner back below the label, the one piece back of faint medium curl with similar wood to the head, the sides of broad curl, the table of a medium width grain and the varnish of a golden-brown colour, 14 1/16", 35.70cm £3500-4500 2438. German three-quarter size violin of the Neuner & Hornsteiner School, 13 5/16", 33.80cm £200-300 2439. Good Scottish violin labelled Thomas Craig, Aberdeen, no. 193, 1890, Brand Model varnished violin..., the one piece back of faint medium/broad 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 £1000-1500

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2439

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2440

2441

2440. Interesting violin labelled Jofredus Cappa fecit Salutiis anno 1686; also inked 930 to the inner back, the two piece back of fine curl with plainish wood to the sides and head, the table of a very fine width grain and the varnish of a reddish-brown colour on a golden ground, 13 15/16", 35.40cm £1500-2000 2441. Fine and interesting French violin labelled Pierre Pacherel, fecit Nicaea Anno 1868, 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 light reddish-brown colour on a golden ground, 14 3/16", 36cm £3000-5000 2442. Early 20th century Dresden violin, 14 3/16", 36cm £200-300 2443. Early 20th century German viola, 15 1/2", 39.40cm £300-500 2444. German violin labelled Franzosische Violine, Modell Stradivarius, 1894, 14 1/4", 36.20cm £200-250 2445. Interesting early violin of the Pamphillon School, unlabelled, the two piece back of faint medium curl with plainish wood to the sides and head, the table of a medium/fine width grain and the varnish of a golden-brown colour, 14", 35.60cm £1500-2500

2445

2447. Contemporary English violin by and inscribed to the inner back Brian Philip Brealey, Nottingham 1992..., 14", 35.60cm £200-300 2448. Interesting early 19th century violin labelled Johann Christian Voigt..., also bearing the repairers label of Heinrich TH. Heberline, Markneukirchen and stamped with the initials to the inner back, 14 1/8", 35.90cm £400-800 2449. Old violin stamped Remy to the inner back, 14 5/16", 36.40cm £200-250

2446. Contemporary English viola by and inked to the inner back Brian Phillip Brealey, Nottingham 1993, viola no. 4, 16 3/4", 42.50cm £250-350

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2450

2453

2452

2454

2450. French violin by and labelled Leon Mougenot Gauche, ex-Ouvrier des Les Maison de Bruxelles, Lyon, Paris, Londres, 1932, the two piece back of fine curl with similar wood to the sides and head, the table of a medium/ fine width grain and the varnish of a light brown colour on a golden ground, 14 1/16", 36.70cm £2000-2500

2453. Very interesting late 18th century violin attributed to the Landolfi School, Milan circa 1790, labelled Antonius Stradivarius..., the two piece back of fine faint 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 reddish-brown colour on a golden ground, 13 15/16", 35.40cm, two bows, case

2451. English violin by and labelled Made by Louis F. Milton, Bedford, England; also signed on the label and dated 1921, 14 1/16", 35.70cm, bow £300-500

**This violin is sold with two insurance valuations from Edward Smith (formerly of J & A Beare for £17500 dated 18th August 2006 and for £35000 dated 30th October 2006) There is also a repair receipt from Edward Smith dated 18th August 2006 £6000-8000

2452. Interesting old viola, unlabelled, the one piece back of plainish wood 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, 16 3/16", 41.10cm, matched case £5000-8000

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2454. German violin by and labelled C.G. Schuster Jun., Markneukirchen, 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 reddishbrown colour on a golden ground, 14 3/16", 36cm £900-1200

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2457

2455. Interesting old English violin of the Pamphilon School, 14", 35.60cm (restored and in need of further restoration) £300-500 2456. 19th century English violin labelled Nicholi Amatus..., 13 15/16", 35.40cm £200-300 2457. Interesting 19th century violin, in need of considerable restoration and labelled Francesco Cagliatone..., 14 1/8", 35.90cm £500-800 2458. Interesting early 19th century Bohemian violin labelled Jacobus Stainer...., 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 plum red colour on a golden ground, 14 1/8", 35.90cm £500-800 LOTS 2459 - 2500 NO LOT

Violoncellos & Double Basses 2501. Two violoncello necks and scrolls; also a double bass neck and scroll (3) £100-200 2502. Early 20th century violoncello with table in need of considerable restoration, 29 5/8", 75.20cm; also another early 20th century violoncello without table, 30", 76.30cm (2) £100-200

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2458

2503. Contemporary half size violoncello labelled Sam Jin Co., Ltd... Korea, 25 3/4", 65.40cm, bow, soft case; also a Primavera quarter size child's violoncello, 22 3/4", 57.70cm, bow, soft case (2) £60-100 2504. Andreas Zeller contemporary violoncello, 29 3/4", 75.60cm (repairs to neck); also a Stentor student II three quarter size violoncello, 27 1/2", 69.80cm, bow, soft case (2) £50-100 2505. Early 20th century French violoncello labelled Louis Peret, Lutherie Moderne, 29 5/8", 75.20cm (restored and in need of further restoration), hard case; also another 19th century violoncello in need of considerable restoration, 29 1/4", 74.20cm, hard case £300-500 2506. Violoncello circa 1900, 29", 73.70cm, hard case £200-300 2507. Old primitive violoncello, 29 1/2", 74.90cm £60-100 2508. English violoncello by and labelled Louis Fussell, Bedford 1994, 30", 76.20cm, soft case; also another English violoncello, unlabelled but probably by the same hand, 29 3/4", 75.60cm, soft case (2) £100-200 2509. Early 20th century French violoncello labelled Antonio Martello, Faubourg Saint Martin, Paris, B & S.L, 30 1/8", 76.50cm, soft case £200-400

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2510

2512

2510. 18th century English violoncello of the Furber School, unlabelled, the one piece back of plainish wood with similar wood to the head, the sides of a faint medium curl, the table of a broad width grain and the varnish of a golden brown colour, 29 1/4", 74.20cm (restored and in need of further restoration) £1200-1800 2511. German 7/8 size violoncello circa 1900, 28 1/2", 72.30cm £500-800 2512. Interesting 19th century unpurfled violoncello, unlabelled, the two piece back of plainish wood with similar wood to the sides and head, the table of a wild grain and the varnish of a light reddish brown colour on a golden ground, 29", 73.70cm, canvas case £800-1200

2513

2513. Interesting old violoncello labelled John Simpson, Musical Instrument Maker, at the Bass Viol and flute in Sweetings Alley opposite the East door of the Royal Exchange, London, with inked purfling, 29". 73.60cm £1200-1800 2514. Mid 19th century English violoncello, unlabelled, 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 rich plum red colour on a golden ground, 29", 73.60cm, bow, soft case **This violoncello is sold with a valuation certificate for insurance dated 6th February 1990 from Thomas Smith (Violins of Birmingham) and from the same establishment a purchase receipt dated 23rd April 1985 £800-1200

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2514

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2515

2516

2518

2519

2515. 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 a reddish brown colour on a golden ground, 29 7/8", two bows, soft case £800-1200

2518. Interesting late 18th/early 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/broad width grain and the varnish of a plum red colour on a golden ground, 29 3/8", 74.60cm, bow, hard case £1000-1500

2516. Violoncello of the Neuner & Hornsteiner School circa 1890, the two piece back of very faint medium curl with plainish wood to the sides and head, the table of a medium/broad width grain and the varnish of a plum red colour on a golden ground, 29 1/4", 74.20cm £2000-3000

2519. Good contemporary English violoncello by William Piper, labelled Completely Handmade in England Especially for Cremona House Violin Shop 1993..., the one piece back of plainish wood with similar wood to the sides, the head of a faint medium curl, the table of a medium width grain and the varnish of a reddish-brown colour on a golden ground, 29 3/8", bow hard case £1500-2000

2517. Good contemporary violoncello labelled La Lutherie d'Art...., 29 3/4", 75.60cm, hard case £500-800

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2520

2521

2520. English 18th century violoncello labeled made by Thomas Smith at the harp and haughtboy in Piccadilly, London, 175*, the two 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 dark reddish brown colour on a golden ground, 29", 73.70cm, hard case £1000-1500 2521. Interesting early 19th century violoncello bearing the repairer's label of S.W.Nemes, Violin Maker Kingston-on-Thames...1974, the two piece back of wild medium curl with similar wood to the sides, the head of plain medium curl, the table of a fine width grain, slightly widening to the flanks and the varnish of a plum red colour on a golden ground, 29 1/8", 74cm, hard case **This violoncello has a wax seal below the button on the back £2000-3000

2522

2522. Very interesting small early/mid 18th century violoncello labelled Antonio Casini Modena 16**, the two piece back of plainish wood with very faint medium curl to the sides and head, the table of a wild grained wood and the varnish of a golden brown colour, 27 1/4", 69.20cm, two bows, soft case £2000-4000 2523. Bassix electric double bass, brown grained finish, soft case £200-300 2524. Contemporary three-quarter size double bass £100-200

2523

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2525

2525. Interesting old Tyrolean double bass, length of back 44.25", stop length 24.5" and vibrating string length 42.25" £700-1000 2526. 19th century double bass £150-250

2527

2527. Interesting 19th century German double bass, total length of back including button 43.5", vibrating string length 41.5", stop length 23.5" £700-1000

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2528

2528. Louis Lowendell double bass stamped Dresden below the button, length of back 43.75", stop length 23.5" and vibrating string length 41.75" £800-1200 2529. German flat back double bass, back length 42.5", stop length 23.25" and estimated vibrating string length 41" £300-500

2530

2530. Late 19th century Dresden double bass, length of back 44", stop length 24.5", and estimated vibrating string length 43" £500-800

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2531

2531. Late 19th century Dresden double bass, back length 44.5", stop length 23.5" and vibrating string length 41.5" £500-800

2532

2532. Good English double bass by W. R. Jones of Barnstaple, Devon, 1923, with carved lion's head scroll and inlaid floral castle emblem below the button on the back, length of back 44", stop length 24" and vibrating string length 41.5", soft case £2000-3000

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2533

2533. Fine and interesting late 18th century double bass attributed to Luigi Alosio Marconcini with carved lion's head scroll, length of back 41.5", stop length 22" and vibrating string length 40" ** This bass was reputedly discovered in a convent in Bologna and was attributed to the maker by John Holt (RPO) on a sales receipt given to the current owner. Marconcini worked in Bologna, Ferrara & Venice and was a pupil of Omobono Stradivarius. There are images accompanying the bass, with Perriti in Ratignano, Italy, who owned the instrument and in the workshop of Tom and George Martin, where the vendor had it restored. £10000-12000

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6A. Anti-Money Laundering Policy Clients spending over £5000 on an individual transaction must supply a current form of ID confirming their name and address to match the invoice. This must be supplied to complete the transaction before the release of goods 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.

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 Any lots containing any amount of Brazilian rosewood and endangered species may 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 Import/Export It is the buyer’s responsibility to obtain the correct import/export licenses and CITES licenses for items which they have purchased. Gardiner Houlgate take no responsibility for the export of goods 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.

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 he t hammer Price calculated as follows: 0-50,000 Euros 4% 11. The Premium The Buyer shall pay to the Auctioneer a premium of 22% of the hammer price together with VAT. (26.4% inclusive 50,000.01 to 200,000 3% 200,000.01 to 350,000 1% of VAT) 350,000.01 to 500,000 0.5% Exceeding 500,000 0.25% 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. 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.


G ARDINER H OULGATE T H E S P E C I A L I S T AU C T I O N E E R S DIRECTIONS TO OUR CORSHAM HEADQUARTERS

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. 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. Total time from Junction 17 - 10-15 minutes Total time from central Bath - 15 minutes Travelling by Train - we recommend Chippenham Station

Gardiner Houlgate, 9 Leafield Way, Corsham, Nr Bath SN13 9SW Telephone: 01225 812912 E-mail: auctions@gardinerhoulgate.co.uk Fax: 01225 811777 www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk 98 Buyer's Premium of 22% + VAT (26.4% Inclusive of VAT) GARDINER HOULGATE


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