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MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS LONDON 28 MARCH 2017


FRONT COVER: THE EX-CROALL; MCEWEN STRADIVARI, LOT 28 BACK COVER: THEODOR HÄMMERLE, SEE LOT 131


Musical instruments aUction on tUeSdaY 28 th March 2017 | 2PM

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a violin by Giovanni battista Guadagnini, turin, 1780-85, lot 186


CONTENTS

6 violins Part i: lots 1-28

38 bows Part i: lots 29-52 46 violas: lots 53-59

52 violins Part ii: lots 60-87

82 bows Part ii: lots 88-117 90 cellos: lots 118-131

108 books and Miscellanea: lots 132-143 110 bows Part iii: lots 144-165

122 violins Part iii: lots 166-186

144 Useful information for buying at auction 145 explanation of Symbols

145 vat information for buyers 146 conditions of business

148 authenticity Guarantee 148 Glossary 150 index


VIOLINS PART 1

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1 JOAN CAROL KLOZ (Mittenwald, b 1709; d 1769) A VIOLIN MITTENWALD, 1756 labelled Ioan. Carol. Kloz, in Mittenwald, An. 1756 length of back 141/16in., 35.7cm.

2 W. E. HILL & SONS (fl London, 1887-1992) A VIOLIN LONDON, 1914 labelled William E. Hill & Sons. Makers, 140 New Bond Street, London. 1914 N° 269 length of back 14in., 35.5cm.

Sold with the certificate of hamma & co., Stuttgart, dated 3rd december 1981

£7,000-10,000 (€8,200-11,800 approx.)

in case

£4,000-6,000 (€4,700-7,100 approx.)

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3 JEAN-BAPTISTE DESHAYES SALOMON (fl Paris, 1730-1771; d 1771) A VIOLIN PARIS, MID-18TH CENTURY unlabelled length of back 141/16in., 35.7cm.

Sold with a receipt from W. e. hill & Sons, london, dated 8th april 1926, together with a letter dated 26th March 1926 £3,500-5,000 (€4,100-5,900 approx.)

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4 FRANÇOIS CAUSSIN (b Rouvres-la-Chétive, 1794; d Neufchâteau, 1866) A VIOLIN MIRECOURT, circa 1830 labelled Nicolaus Amatus Cremonen Hieronymi filius Antonii nepos, fecit 16** length of back 1313/16in., 35.2cm.

Documents the certificate of J. & a. beare, london, dated 22nd february 2005 the certificate of J. & a. beare, london, dated 14th august 1961, together with an invoice of the same date £4,000-6,000 (€4,700-7,100 approx.)


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5 LEOPOLD WIDHALM (Nuremberg, b 1722; fl 1747-1776) A VIOLIN NUREMBERG, 1776 labelled Leopold Widhalm Lautten- und Geigenmacher in Nürnberg, fecit A. 1776 and branded L W internally on the back length of back 141/16in., 35.7cm.

£4,000-6,000 (€4,700-7,100 approx.)

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6 GIOVANNI GAIDA (b Bollengo, 1862; fl London & Ivrea, 1890-1939) A VIOLIN IVREA, 1900 labelled Gaida Giovanni Fabbricatore d’istrumenti ad arco, Ivrea 1900 length of back 14in., 35.6cm. £9,000-12,000 (€10,600-14,100 approx.)


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7 A VIOLIN FRANCE, LATE 18TH CENTURY branded I. P. below the button length of back 14¼in., 36.2cm.

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Sold with the certificate of J. & a. beare, london, dated 26th april 1957 £4,000-6,000 (€4,700-7,100 approx.)

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8 AMBROGIO SIRONI (Milan, b 1901; d 1934) A VIOLIN MILAN, 1927 labelled Ambrogio Sironi allievo di Antoniazzi fece a Milano l’anno 1927 length of back 141/16in., 35.8cm. and two violin bows, in case

Sold with a letter from the maker, dated 9th July 1929 £10,000-15,000 (€11,800-17,600 approx.)


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9 PROBABLY BY JOSEPH HORNSTEINER II (fl Mittenwald, 1785-1830) A VIOLIN MITTENWALD, circa 1800 unlabelled length of back 14⅛in., 35.9cm.

Sold with the certificate of Wolf-dieter fischer, Munich, dated 3rd april 1993, together with a valuation of the same date £5,000-7,000 (€5,900-8,200 approx.)

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10 GAND & BERNARDEL FRÈRES (fl Paris, 1866-1886) A VIOLIN PARIS, 1869 labelled Gand & Bernardel Fres Luthiers de la Musique de l’Empereur et du Conservatoire N° 480. Paris 1869 length of back 14⅛in., 35.9cm. in case

£15,000-20,000 (€17,600-23,500 approx.)


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11 ANTONIO CAPELA (b Anta Espinho, 1932) A VIOLIN ANTA ESPINHO, 1977 labelled with signature Antonio Capela Antense Espinho Portugal faciebat anno 1977 length of back 14in., 35.6cm. £4,000-6,000 (€4,700-7,100 approx.)

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12 PAUL BAILLY (b Mirecourt, 1844; d Paris, 1907) A VIOLIN PARIS, 1887 labelled No. 460, Paul Bailly, Luthier, Ancien Elève de J.B. Vuillaume de Paris, 47, rue de Trévise Paris, Année 1887 length of back 143/16in., 36.0cm.

13 GENNARO DE LUCCIA (Casigliano Sessa Cilento, b 1911) A VIOLIN MERCATO CILENTO, 1929 labelled Gennaro De Luccia figlio di Michele fece in Mercato Cilento Anno 1929 length of back 14in., 35.6cm.

£3,500-5,000 (€4,100-5,900 approx.)

£7,000-10,000 (€8,200-11,800 approx.)

in case

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Sold with the certificate of William Moennig, Philadelphia, dated 30th January 1961


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14 ATTRIBUTED TO ANNIBALE FAGNOLA (b Montiglio Monferrato, c1865; d Turin, 1939) A VIOLIN EARLY 20TH CENTURY labelled Hannibal Fagnola fecit Taurini anno Domini 1900 length of back 143/16in., 36.1cm.

£3,000-5,000 (€3,500-5,900 approx.)

15 SEBASTIAN DALINGER (fl Vienna, 1768-1809) A VIOLIN VIENNA, 1804 labelled Sebastian Dalinger, Viennae Anno 1804 length of back 14in., 35.6cm. in case

Sold with the certificate of carl Mächler, Zurich, dated 30th december 1980 £3,000-5,000 (€3,500-5,900 approx.)

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16 CLAUDE AUBERT (fl Troyes, 1767-1800) A VIOLIN TROYES, circa 1789 labelled Raccommodé par Villaume & Giron, Luthiers à Troyes. 1789 and branded Aubert à Troyes below the button length of back 141/16in., 35.8cm. £5,000-7,000 (€5,900-8,200 approx.)


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17 PIERRE SILVESTRE (b Sommervillers, 1801; d Lyon, 1859) A VIOLIN AFTER STRADIVARI LYON, 1846 labelled Pierre Silvestre à Lyon 1846 PS length of back 14⅛in., 36cm.

Sold with the certificate of Schröder Geigenbau, frankfurtam-Main, dated 9th September 2005 £20,000-30,000 (€23,500-35,500 approx.)

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18 A VIOLIN PROBABLY ITALY, 19TH CENTURY unlabelled length of back 1315/16in., 35.5cm.

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Sold with a copy of the certificate of hellmut lang, Miltenberg, dated 9th april 2005 £3,500-5,000 (€4,100-5,900 approx.)

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19 CARLO RAVIZZA (Milan, b 1882; d 1959) A VIOLIN MILAN, 1939 labelled Ravizza Carlo allievo di Antoniazzi Romeo Cremonese fece a Milano l’anno 1939 and branded with the maker’s monogram internally on the back and by the endpin length of back 141/16in., 35.8cm. Ω £10,000-15,000 (€11,800-17,600 approx.)


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20 CIRCLE OF GEORGE WULME-HUDSON (b London, 1862; d Chessington, 1952) A VIOLIN ENGLAND, EARLY 20TH CENTURY labelled Ferdinandus Gagliano Filius Nicolai fecit Neap 1760 length of back 13⅞in., 35.3cm. in case

£3,500-5,000 (€4,100-5,900 approx.)

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21 ENRICO CLODOVEO MELEGARI (fl Turin, c1860-1888) A VIOLIN TURIN, 1886 labelled Enrico Melegari Clodoveo Parmense, fece in Torino, Anno 1886 and branded Melegari internally on the back and by the endpin length of back 1315/16in., 35.4cm.

£15,000-20,000 (€17,600-23,500 approx.)


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22 LORENZO & TOMASO CARCASSI (fl Florence, 1750-c1780) A VIOLIN FLORENCE, 1781 labelled Lor.o e Tom.o Carcassi, In Firenze nell’ Anno 1781, All’ Insegna del Giglio length of back 1313/16in., 35.2cm.

in case

Sold with the certificate of W. e. hill & Sons, london, dated 5th april 1961, together with a receipt dated 4th april 1961 £50,000-70,000 (€59,800-82,400 approx.)

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23 ASCRIBED TO STEFANO SCARAMPELLA (b Brescia, 1843; d Mantua, 1925) A VIOLIN EARLY 20TH CENTURY labelled Stefano Scarampella di Brescia, Fratello ed allievo di Giuseppe, fece in Mantova Anno 1897 length of back 14in., 35.6cm. in case

Sold with the certificate of Paul voigt, london, dated 1st May 1989 £3,000-5,000 (€3,500-5,900 approx.)

24 KLOZ SCHOOL A VIOLIN MITTENWALD, circa 1820 labelled Ægidius Kloz in Mittenvvald an der Iser 1787 length of back 14in., 35.5cm. in double violin case

£3,000-5,000 (€3,500-5,900 approx.)

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25 CARL BECKER (Chicago, b 1887; d 1975) A VIOLIN CHICAGO, 1943 labelled Carl Becker with William Lewis & Son No. 440 Chicago, 1943 length of back 14in., 35.6cm. in case

‡ £20,000-30,000 (€23,500-35,500 approx.) 26 NO LOT


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27 JOHANNES THEODORUS CUYPERS (b Dornick, 1724; d The Hague, 1808) A VIOLIN THE HAGUE, circa 1780 unlabelled length of back 1315/16in., 35.4cm.

in case

Documents the certificate of W. e. hill & Sons, london, dated 11th January 1922, together with a receipt of the same date a letter from W. e. hill & Sons, london, dated 12th January 1922 a receipt from tom Storer, dated 23rd March 1977 £20,000-30,000 (€23,500-35,500 approx.)

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28 Ex-Croall; McEwen ANTONIO STRADIVARI (Cremona, b 1644; d 1737) A VIOLIN CREMONA, 1684 labelled Antonius Stradiuarius Cremonensis Faciebat Anno 1684 AS length of back 141/16in., 35.7cm.

Documents the certificate of W.e. hill & Sons, london, dated 5th May 1908 a letter from W.e. hill & Sons, london, dated 5th May 1908 a letter from W.e. hill & Sons, london, dated 28th april 1908 the certificate of Jean Werro, bern, dated 3rd January 1985 Bibliography ernest doring: How Many Strads?, p. 48 W.h., a.f. & a.e. hill: Antonio Stradivari, His Life and Work, p. 38 Jost thöne: Antonius Stradiuarius, vol. i, pp. 136-143 A Genuine Masterpiece, The Violin ‘Ex-Croall’ of Antonio Stradivari, 2012, including a full listing of concerts played on the violin by frank Peter Zimmermann £1,300,000-2,000,000 (€1,520,000-2,350,000 approx.)

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Provenance the first recorded owner of the violin is countess Seafield, who sold it in 1885 or 1886 via Sir William fraser to the Scottish violinist William croall. during his career, croall played some of the great Stradivari violins, including the 'Parke' of 1711 and the 'cessole' of 1716. the violin remained in croall's possession until his death in 1906, when it passed to his friend frederick Smith. Smith owned various other Stradivaris, including the 'Paganini' of 1727, the 'Goetz; hawaiian' of 1695, the 'lord amherst' of 1734 and the 'Smith; Quersin' of 1714.

in 1908 Smith sold the violin to W.e. hill & Sons for £500, trading it for the celebrated ‘tuscan’ violin of 1690. hills sold the ‘croall’ soon afterwards to r.f. Mcewen for £550, commenting that it was fitting for the violin to return to Scotland, given its recent Scottish ownership. the next recorded owner of the violin is the countess of Scarbrough, who offered it for sale at Sotheby's in december 1968, where it was sold to henry Werro, the Swiss dealer and collector who had owned the 'lady blunt' Stradivari in the 1940s and 50s. the violin remained with the Werro family until 1985, when it was sold by Jean Werro, and between 1985 and 1990 it was the concert violin of the young German soloist frank Peter Zimmermann. in 1995 the 'ex-croall' became part of the collection of the Westdeutsche landesbank. the bank has since loaned the instrument to various soloists including alexander Gilman and Suyoen Kim.

Frank Peter Zimmermann

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All images courtesy of EMI Classics & Warner Classics Discography Warner classics,1985: Paganini 24 capricci op.1 eMi classics, 1986: Mozart violin concertos - Württembergisches Kammerorchester, Jörg faerber eMi classics, 1986: Mendelssohn violin concertos - radio Symphony orchestra berlin, Gerd albrecht eMi classics, 1987: Prokofiev violin Sonatas 1 & 2 - alexander lonquich eMi classics, 1988: tchaikovsky violin concerto & Prokofiev violin concerto n° 1 – berliner Philharmoniker, lorin Maazel 36 | for additional inforMation and condition rePortS, eMail: info@inGleShaYdaY.coM

Warner classics, 1988: bach violin concertos & concerto for violin and oboe - neil black, english chamber orchestra, Jeffrey tate eMi classics, 1988: beethoven violin concerto & romances - english chamber orchestra, Jeffrey tate eMi classics, 1989: Mozart Piano Quartets 1 & 2 - christian Zacharias, tilmann Wick, tabea Zimmermann eMi classics, 1990: Mozart violin Sonatas nos 17-28 & 32-35 - alexander lonquich


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BOWS PART 1 29 CHARLES LOUIS BAZIN (Mirecourt, b 1881; d 1953) A SILVER-MOUNTED VIOLIN BOW PARIS, circa 1930 round stick, the ebony frog with pearl eyes, silver overlaid adjuster stamped Louis Bazin on the handle and France on the underside 62 grams £1,000-1,500 (€1,200-1,800 approx.)

30 LOUIS JOSEPH MORIZOT (b Darney, Vosges, 1876; fl Mirecourt, 1919-1937) A SILVER-MOUNTED VIOLIN BOW MIRECOURT, circa 1925 round stick, the ebony frog with silver rings and silver eyes, silver overlaid adjuster stamped Jean Fritsch à Paris on the handle 63.5 grams

Sold with the certificate of Étienne vatelot, Paris, dated 23rd february 2000

31 W. E. HILL & SONS (fl London, 1887-1992) A SILVER-MOUNTED VIOLIN BOW LONDON, 1945 round stick, the ebony frog with silver rings and pearl eyes, silver overlaid adjuster stamped W. E. Hill & Sons on the handle 59.5 grams ‡ £2,000-3,000 (€2,400-3,500 approx.)

32 W. E. HILL & SONS (fl London, 1887-1992) A SILVER-MOUNTED VIOLIN BOW LONDON, 1933 octogonal stick, the ebony frog with silver rings and pearl eyes, the adjuster with two silver bands stamped W. E. Hill & Sons on the handle 60.5 grams £1,800-2,500 (€2,100-2,900 approx.)

£1,500-2,500 (€1,800-2,900 approx.)

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33 W. E. HILL & SONS (fl London, 1887-1992) A SILVER-MOUNTED VIOLIN BOW LONDON, 1944 round stick, the ebony frog with silver rings and pearl eyes, silver overlaid adjuster stamped W. E. Hill & Sons on the handle 60.5 grams ‡ £2,000-3,000 (€2,400-3,500 approx.)

34 ʘ W. E. HILL & SONS (fl London, 1887-1992) A SILVER & TORTOISESHELL-MOUNTED VIOLIN BOW LONDON, 1933 octagonal stick, the tortoiseshell frog with silver rings and pearl eyes, the adjuster with two silver bands stamped W. E. Hill & Sons on the handle 61.5 grams £2,500-3,500 (€2,900-4,100 approx.)


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35 PROBABLY BY CHARLES ALFRED BAZIN (Mirecourt, b 1907; d 1987) A SILVER-MOUNTED VIOLIN BOW MIRECOURT, circa 1950 round stick, the ebony frog with silver rings and pearl eyes, silver overlaid adjuster stamped C. Bazin on the handle 59.5 grams

37 EUGÈNE SARTORY (b Mirecourt, 1871; d Paris, 1946) A SILVER-MOUNTED VIOLIN BOW PARIS, circa 1905 round stick, the ebony frog with silver rings and pearl eyes, silver overlaid adjuster stamped E. Sartory à Paris on the handle 59.5 grams (with tinsel lapping)

36 ALBERT NÜRNBERGER (fl Markneukirchen, from c1890) A SILVER-MOUNTED VIOLIN BOW MARKNEUKIRCHEN, MID-20TH CENTURY round stick, plain ebony frog, silver overlaid adjuster stamped *Albert Nürnberger* on the handle 62 grams

38 EUGÈNE SARTORY (b Mirecourt, 1871; d Paris, 1946) A SILVER-MOUNTED VIOLIN BOW PARIS, circa 1910 round stick, the ebony frog with silver rings and pearl eyes, silver overlaid adjuster stamped E. Sartory à Paris on the handle 58 grams

Ω £1,500-2,000 (€1,800-2,400 approx.)

£1,200-1,800 (€1,400-2,100 approx.)

£12,000-16,000 (€14,100-18,800 approx.)

£10,000-15,000 (€11,800-17,600 approx.)

39 EUGÈNE SARTORY (b Mirecourt, 1871; d Paris, 1946) A SILVER-MOUNTED VIOLIN BOW PARIS, circa 1920 round stick, the later ebony frog with silver rings and pearl eyes, later silver overlaid adjuster stamped E. Sartory à Paris on the handle 61 grams Sold with the certificate of Jean-françois raffin, Paris, dated 6th March 1996 £6,000-8,000 (€7,100-9,400 approx.)

40 JULES FÉTIQUE (b Mirecourt, 1875; d Gagny-les-Abbesses, 1951) A SILVER-MOUNTED VIOLIN BOW MIRECOURT, circa 1930 round stick, the ebony frog with silver rings and pearl eyes, silver overlaid adjuster stamped Jules Fétique Paris on the handle 63.5 grams £7,000-10,000 (€8,200-11,800 approx.)

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41 MICHAEL J. TAYLOR (London, b 1949) A SILVER-MOUNTED VIOLA BOW LONDON, LATE 20TH CENTURY round stick, the ebony frog with pearl eyes, the adjuster with two silver bands stamped Ealing Strings on the handle 66.5 grams £800-1,200 (€900-1,400 approx.)

42 A SILVER-MOUNTED VIOLIN BOW EARLY 20TH CENTURY octagonal stick, the ebony frog with pearl eyes, silver overlaid adjuster stamped Silvestre & Maucotel à Paris ** on the handle 58 grams ‡ £500-700 (€600-800 approx.)

43 ʘ Ex-Roda ASCRIBED TO FRANÇOIS NICOLAS VOIRIN (b Mirecourt, 1833; d Paris, 1885) A GOLD & TORTOISESHELL-MOUNTED VIOLIN BOW round stick, the tortoiseshell frog with gold rings and pearl eyes, the adjuster with two gold bands and pearl facets stamped F.N. Voirin à Paris on the handle 61.5 grams Sold with the certificate of Joseph roda, riverside, dated 18th october 1967, stating that the bow was in roda’s private collection. ‡ £1,500-2,500 (€1,800-2,900 approx.)

44 ʘ WORKSHOP OF FRANÇOIS PECCATTE (b Mirecourt, 1820; d Paris, 1856) A GOLD & TORTOISESHELL-MOUNTED VIOLIN BOW PARIS, circa 1850 round stick, the later tortoiseshell frog with gold rings and pearl eyes, the later adjuster with two gold bands 62 grams Sold with the certificate of Jean-françois raffin, Paris, dated 17th august 2016 £3,000-5,000 (€3,500-5,900 approx.)

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45 JOSEPH HENRY (b Mirecourt, 1823; fl Paris, 1837-1870; d 1870) A SILVER-MOUNTED VIOLIN BOW PARIS, circa 1850 round stick, the later ebony frog with pearl eyes, the later adjuster with two silver bands 61 grams Sold with a letter from Peter oxley, oxford, dated 5th June 2016 £7,000-10,000 (€8,200-11,800 approx.)

46 JEAN PERSOIT (fl Paris, c1824-c1851) A SILVER-MOUNTED VIOLIN BOW PARIS, circa 1825 octagonal stick, the later ebony frog with pearl eyes, the later adjuster with two silver bands branded P R S under the frog and under the lapping 60 grams

Sold with the certificate of Michael J. taylor, los arcos finos, dated 16th January 2015 £6,000-8,000 (€7,100-9,400 approx.)


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47 ʘ POSSIBLY BY EDWARD DODD (b Northumberland, 1705; d London, 1810) AN IVORY-MOUNTED VIOLIN BOW ENGLAND, circa 1800 round stick, plain ivory frog, later ivory adjuster 55 grams £800-1,200 (€900-1,400 approx.)

48 A SILVER-MOUNTED VIOLIN BOW FRANCE, 20TH CENTURY round stick, the ebony frog with silver rings and pearl eyes, silver overlaid adjuster stamped E. Sartory à Paris on the handle 61.5 grams Ω £3,500-5,000 (€4,100-5,900 approx.)

49 JOSEPH ARTHUR VIGNERON (b Mirecourt, 1851; d Paris, 1905) A SILVER-MOUNTED VIOLIN BOW PARIS, circa 1890 round stick, the ebony frog with silver rings and pearl eyes, silver overlaid adjuster stamped A. Vigneron à Paris on the handle 59.5 grams £4,000-6,000 (€4,700-7,100 approx.)

50 VICTOR FÉTIQUE (b Mirecourt, 1872; d Paris, 1933) A SILVER-MOUNTED VIOLIN BOW PARIS, circa 1920 octagonal stick, the ebony frog with silver rings and pearl eyes, silver overlaid adjuster stamped Vtor Fétique à Paris on the handle 57.5 grams (with tinsel lapping) £5,000-7,000 (€5,900-8,200 approx.)

51 JEAN JOSEPH MARTIN (b Mirecourt, 1837; d Paris, 1910) A SILVER-MOUNTED VIOLIN BOW PARIS, circa 1890 round stick, the ebony frog with pearl eyes, the adjuster with two silver bands 57 grams

Sold with the certificate of Jean-françois raffin, Paris, dated 20th april 2004 £6,000-8,000 (€7,100-9,400 approx.)

52 VICTOR THOMASSIN (b 1859; d c1920) A SILVER-MOUNTED VIOLIN BOW LONDON circa 1910 round stick, plain ebony frog, silver overlaid adjuster stamped T. Victor on the handle 60.5 grams

Sold with the certificate of Jean-françois raffin, Paris, dated 11th May 2016 ‡ £2,500-4,000 (€2,900-4,700 approx.)

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53 A VIOLA 19TH CENTURY labelled Carlo Antonio Testore figlio maggiore del fu Carlo Giuseppe in Contrada larga al segno dell’Aquila. 1740 length of back 163/16in., 41.2cm.

in case

£5,000-8,000 (€5,900-9,400 approx.)

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54 JOHANN DIEHL (Mainz, b 1775; d 1850) A VIOLA MAINZ, 1830 labelled Johann Diehl, Geigenmacher in Mainz, 1830 length of back 151/16in., 38.3cm. Sold with the certificate of hamma & co., Stuttgart, dated 11th april 1957 £3,000-5,000 (€3,500-5,900 approx.)

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55 A VIOLA PROBABLY FÜSSEN, 18TH CENTURY labelled Michael Achner Geigenmacher in Wallgau Anno 1760 length of back 16¾in., 42.6cm. in case

£7,000-10,000 (€8,200-11,800 approx.)


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56 HILL WORKSHOP (fl London, 1887-1992) A VIOLA LONDON, MID-20TH CENTURY labelled William E. Hill & Sons. Violin Makers. N° 140 New Bond St. London 1935. length of back 173/16in., 43.2cm.

and a viola bow, in case

£4,000-6,000 (€4,700-7,100 approx.)

57 A VIOLA POSSIBLY ENGLAND, 19TH CENTURY labelled Stefano Scarampella di Brescia, Premiato.... Fece in Brescia anno 1890 length of back 16in., 40.6cm. in case

‡ £3,000-5,000 (€3,500-5,900 approx.)

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58 ALBERT BLANCHI (Nice, b 1871; d 1942) A VIOLA NICE, 1924 labelled Albertus Aloysius Blanchi Agostini filius fecit Nicaea Civitas Anno 1924 and branded A. Blanchi Nice above the label length of back 15¾in., 40.1cm. in case

Ω £6,000-8,000 (€7,100-9,400 approx.)


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59 CARLO TONONI (b Bologna, 1675; d Venice, 1730) A VIOLA BOLOGNA, circa 1705 the scroll a later replacement labelled Carlo Tononi Bolognese Fece in Venezia l’A: 1728 length of back 1515/16in., 40.5cm.

Certificates J. & a. beare, london, dated 26th february 1990 J. & a. beare, london, dated 12th July 1999 £40,000-60,000 (€47,100-70,600 approx.)

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60 CHARLES JACQUOT (b Mirecourt, 1804; d St. Maur-les-Fosses, 1880) A VIOLIN MIRECOURT, circa 1857 labelled Medailles d’or et d’argent Charles Jacquot à Paris 48, Rue de l’Echiquier and branded internally on the back length of back 14in., 35.6cm.

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charles Jacquot only worked at 48 rue de l’echiquier for a few months - shortly after moving there in 1857 he moved to no. 42 in the same street ‡ £3,500-5,000 (€4,100-5,900 approx.)

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61 LOUIS GUERSAN (b c1713; d Paris, after 1781) A VIOLIN PARIS, 1761 labelled Ludovicus Guersan propè Comoediam Gallicam Lutetiae Anno 1761 length of back 14⅛in., 36cm. in case

Sold with a valuation from antoni Jassogne, brussels, dated 20th July 2007 £6,000-8,000 (€7,100-9,400 approx.)


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62 A VIOLIN FLEMISH, 18TH CENTURY unlabelled length of back 1315/16in., 35.4cm.

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£4,000-6,000 (€4,700-7,100 approx.)

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63 GIUSEPPE, ANTONIO & GIOVANNI GAGLIANO (fl Naples, c1800) A CHILD’S VIOLIN NAPLES, 1818 labelled Fabbrica di Violini ed altri strumenti armonici dei Fratelli Giuseppe, Gi***, ed Antonio Gagliano. Napoli 1818. Strada Cerriglionum. 37. and inscribed G†G fecit - 1818 - internally on the front length of back 1113/16in., 30cm. the label of this violin is a rare example on which the three brothers, Giuseppe, antonio and Giovanni are all listed.

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£5,000-7,000 (€5,900-8,200 approx.)


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64 A VIOLIN PROBABLY MITTENWALD, circa 1850 labelled Johannes Baptista Guadagnini Cremonensis fecit Taurini alumnus Antoni Stradivari 1779 length of back 14¼in., 36.2cm. in case

£4,000-6,000 (€4,700-7,100 approx.)

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65 PIERRE JOSEPH HEL (b Mazirot, 1842; d Lille, 1902) A VIOLIN LILLE, 1893 labelled Joseph Hel Luthier à Lille 1893, signed, dated and numbered 325 internally on the back, also branded J. Hel externally by the endpin, and stamped Exposition Universelle Paris 1889, Medaille D’Or internally on the back length of back 143/16in., 36cm. £6,000-8,000 (€7,100-9,400 approx.)

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66 VINCENZO PANORMO (b Monreale, nr. Palermo, 1734; d London, 1813) A VIOLIN LONDON, circa 1810 labelled Joannes Franciscus Pressenda q. Raphael fecit Taurini anno Domini 1822 length of back 141/16in., 35.7cm.

Sold with a copy of the certificate of dario d’attili, dumont, dated 19th June 1975, and a re-issue of the same certificate, both attributing the violin to Pressenda this violin dates from vincenzo Panormo’s last period, and the hand of his son, Joseph, is clearly evident. a certificate from John dilworth is available with this instrument. ‡ £25,000-40,000 (€29,500-47,100 approx.)

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67 ÉMILE GERMAIN (Paris, b 1853; d 1933) A VIOLIN PARIS, 1899 labelled Emile Germain à Paris 5, Faubourg Montmartre 1899 length of back 14in., 35.6cm. and a violin bow, in case

£2,500-3,500 (€2,900-4,100 approx.)

68 A VIOLIN EARLY 20TH CENTURY labelled Joseph Antonius Rocca fecit Taurini anno Domini 1851 length of back 14in., 35.5cm. in case

£2,000-3,000 (€2,400-3,500 approx.)

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69 A VIOLIN CENTRAL OR SOUTHERN ITALY, circa 1900 unlabelled length of back 141/16in., 35.7cm.

£5,000-7,000 (€5,900-8,200 approx.)


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70 A VIOLIN AFTER GUARNERI FRANCE, circa 1880 labelled Joseph Guarneri fecit Cremone anno 1739 length of back 1315/16in., 35.5cm.

in case

£3,000-5,000 (€3,500-5,900 approx.)

71 A VIOLIN ITALY, 18TH CENTURY labelled Riparato Guastalla Dante... in Reggiolo Emilia 28. Agosto 1923 length of back 143/16in., 36.1cm. ‡ £3,000-5,000 (€3,500-5,900 approx.)

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72 PROBABLY BY TOMASO CARCASSI (fl Florence, 1750-1780) A VIOLIN FLORENCE, circa 1760 unlabelled length of back 14in., 35.5cm.

Sold with the certificate of dario d’attili, new York, dated 28th July 1992 £8,000-12,000 (€9,400-14,100 approx.)

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73 ASCRIBED TO GIOVANNI TONONI (b Bologna c1640; d 1713) A VIOLIN NORTHERN ITALY, circa 1730 labelled Joannes de Tononis Fecit Bononis in Via S. Mamuli Anno 1724 length of back 1313/16in., 35.2cm.

Sold with the certificate of hamma & co., Stuttgart, dated 10th august 1970 £30,000-40,000 (€35,300-47,100 approx.)

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74 A VIOLIN FRANCE, LATE 19TH CENTURY labelled Gand & Bernardel Luthiers du Conservatoire de Musique n° 183 Paris 1884 length of back 1315/16in., 35.5cm.

in case

75 A VIOLIN ENGLAND, 19TH CENTURY bearing an illegible label length of back 14in., 35.5cm.

£3,000-5,000 (€3,500-5,900 approx.)

£3,500-5,000 (€4,100-5,900 approx.)

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76 ATTRIBUTED TO ANDREA GUARNERI (Cremona, b c1626; d 1698) A VIOLIN 19TH CENTURY labelled Andreas Guarnerius fecit Cremonae sub titulo Sanctae Teresiae. 1694 length of back 14⅛in., 35.8cm. and four violin bows, in case

£6,000-8,000 (€7,100-9,400 approx.)


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77 CIRCLE OF RICHARD DUKE (fl London, 1750-1780) A VIOLIN ENGLAND, LATE 18TH CENTURY labelled Andrae Guarnerius fecit Cremone Anno 16** length of back 1315/16in., 35.5cm.

£3,500-5,000 (€4,100-5,900 approx.)

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78 ASCRIBED TO NICOLO GAGLIANO (fl Naples, c1740-c1785) A VIOLIN NAPLES, circa 1800 the front possibly later labelled Nicolaus Gagliano Filius Alexandri fecit Neap. 1768 length of back 14in., 35.5cm.

Sold with the certificate of erich lachmann, los angeles, dated 12th november 1959, and a letter from lyon & healey, chicago, dated 7th november 1951 ‡ £20,000-30,000 (€23,500-35,500 approx.)


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79 BERNARDO CALCAGNI (fl Genoa, 1710-1750) A VIOLIN GENOA, circa 1740 labelled Vincenzo Ruger dett’il Per in Cremona 1712 length of back 1315/16in., 35.5cm.

in case

£30,000-40,000 (€35,300-47,100 approx.)

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80 PROBABLY BY HENDRIK JACOBS (Amsterdam, b c1630; d 1699) A VIOLIN AMSTERDAM, circa 1680 the table by another hand labelled Hendrik Jacobs me fecit in Amsterdam 1685 length of back 1315/16in., 35.5cm.

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81 ʘ ASCRIBED TO MICHELE DECONET (fl Venice & Padua, 1722-1785) A VIOLIN labelled Micael Deconet fecit Venetiis 1740 length of back 1315/16in., 35.5cm.

and an ivory-mounted violin bow stamped A. Lamy à Paris, together with a letter from b. Sabatier, Paris, dated 8th July 1977, attributing the bow to alfred lamy

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Documents the certificate of Maucotel & deschamp, Paris, dated 6th July 1948 the certificate of Georges heynberg, liège, dated 1st november 1977 a copy of the certificate of Michel laviolette, liège, dated 1st September 1987 £7,000-10,000 (€8,200-11,800 approx.)


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82 CARLO FERDINANDO LANDOLFI (Milan, fl 1748-c1775) A VIOLIN MILAN, circa 1760 labelled Carlo Ferdinando Landolfi nella Contrada di Santa Margarita al Segno della Sirena. Milano 1757 length of back 13⅞in., 35.8cm. and two violin bows, in case

this violin has been in the possession of the same family since 1912 £40,000-60,000 (€47,100-70,600 approx.)

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83 ASCRIBED TO CARLO BROSCHI (fl Parma, 18th century) A VIOLIN labelled Carlo Broschi, in Parma, Fecit 1732 length of back 13⅞in., 35.3cm. in case

Sold with the certificate of hart & Son, london, dated 7th June 1904 £2,000-4,000 (€2,400-4,700 approx.)

84 HILAIRE DARCHE (fl Brussels, 1886-1929) A VIOLIN BRUSSELS, 1910 labelled Hilaire Darche, luthier du Conservatoire Royale de Bruxelles. L’An 1910 and branded H. Darche à Bruxelles above the label length of back 14in., 35.6cm. in case

£3,000-5,000 (€3,500-5,900 approx.)

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85 POSSIBLY BY MARIO GADDA (Mantua, b 1931; d 2008) A VIOLIN MANTUA, 20TH CENTURY labelled (SS) Stefano Scarampella Fratello ed allievo di Giuseppe fece in Mantova - Anno 1883 length of back 14⅛in., 35.8cm. in case

£5,000-8,000 (€5,900-9,400 approx.)


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86 JEAN FRANÇOIS ALDRIC (b Mirecourt, 1765; d Paris, 1843) A VIOLIN PARIS, circa 1820 the scroll probably later labelled Nicolas Lupot, Luthier, rue Croix des petits-Champs, à Paris, l’an 18** length of back 14⅛in., 35.9cm. Sold with the certificate of hamma & co., Stuttgart, dated 10th March 1960 £35,000-50,000 (€41,200-58,800 approx.)

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87 LORENZO STORIONI (Cremona, b 1744; d 1816) A VIOLIN CREMONA, circa 1790 labelled Laurentius Storioni fecit Cremonae 1782 length of back 13⅞in., 35.3cm. in case

Documents the certificate of beare violins ltd., dated february 2017 the certificate of Jacques francais, new York, dated 28th September 1976 the certificate of hans Weisshaar, los angeles, dated 17th october 1986, together with a receipt and valuation of the same date ‡ £140,000-220,000 (€165,000-259,000 approx.)

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BOWS PART 1I 88 A SILVER-MOUNTED VIOLA BOW AFTER VUILLAUME EARLY 20TH CENTURY round stick, the ebony frog with pearl eyes, the adjuster with two silver bands 69 grams £1,500-2,000 (€1,800-2,400 approx.)

89 JOHANNES S. FINKEL (b Markneukirchen, 1947; fl Brienz, Switzerland) A SILVER-MOUNTED VIOLA BOW BRIENZ, circa 1980 round stick, the ebony frog with pearl eyes, the adjuster with two silver bands stamped J.S. Finkel on the handle 72 grams £1,500-2,000 (€1,800-2,400 approx.)

90 CHARLES NICOLAS BAZIN (Mirecourt, b 1847; d 1915) A SILVER-MOUNTED VIOLA BOW MIRECOURT, circa 1880 round stick, the ebony frog with pearl eyes, the adjuster with two silver bands stamped C. Bazin on the handle 65 grams

Sold with the certificate of Jean-françois raffin, Paris, dated 7th June 2008 £3,000-5,000 (€3,500-5,900 approx.)

91 W. E. HILL & SONS (fl London, 1887-1992) A SILVER-MOUNTED VIOLA BOW LONDON, 1954 round stick, the ebony frog with pearl eyes, silver overlaid adjuster stamped H & S on the handle 69.5 grams £1,800-2,500 (€2,100-2,900 approx.)

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92 W. E. HILL & SONS (fl London, 1887-1992) A SILVER-MOUNTED CELLO BOW LONDON, circa 1910 round stick, plain ebony frog, silver overlaid adjuster stamped H&S. on the handle 79.5 grams (with tinsel lapping) £2,500-3,500 (€2,900-4,100 approx.)

93 ʘ W. E. HILL & SONS (fl London, 1887-1992) A SILVER & TORTOISESHELL-MOUNTED CELLO BOW LONDON, 1935 octagonal stick, the tortoiseshell frog with silver rings and pearl eyes, the adjuster with two silver bands stamped W. E. Hill & Sons on the handle 82 grams £3,000-5,000 (€3,500-5,900 approx.)


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94 W. E. HILL & SONS (fl London, 1887-1992) A SILVER-MOUNTED CELLO BOW LONDON, 1926 round stick, plain ebony frog, silver overlaid adjuster stamped Hill on the handle 74 grams £1,800-2,500 (€2,100-2,900 approx.)

95 ʘ JOHN DODD (b Stirling, 1752; d Kew, 1839) AN IVORY-MOUNTED CELLO BOW KEW, circa 1800 round stick, plain ivory frog, ivory adjuster stamped Dodd on the frog 72 grams £1,800-2,500 (€2,100-2,900 approx.)

96 ADOLF SCHUSTER (Markneukirchen, b 1890; d 1947) A NICKEL-MOUNTED CELLO BOW MARKNEUKIRCHEN, circa 1920 octagonal stick, the ebony frog with nickel rings and pearl eyes, the adjuster with two nickel bands stamped Adolf C. Schuster on the handle 77.5 grams

99 EUGÈNE SARTORY (b Mirecourt, 1871; d Paris, 1946) A SILVER-MOUNTED CELLO BOW PARIS, circa 1920 round stick, the ebony frog with silver rings and pearl eyes, silver overlaid adjuster stamped E. Sartory à Paris on the handle 78 grams

Ω £1,200-1,600 (€1,400-1,900 approx.)

£15,000-20,000 (€17,600-23,500 approx.)

Sold with a copy of a valuation from christophe landon, new York, dated 23rd May 2000

Previously sold at Sotheby’s as lot 249 on 2nd october 2007

97 C. HANS-KARL SCHMIDT (b Erlbach, 1940; fl Dresden, p1974) A SILVER-MOUNTED CELLO BOW DRESDEN, circa 1980 round stick, the ebony frog with silver rings and pearl eyes, the adjuster with two silver bands stamped C. Hans-Karl Schmidt on the handle 80 grams

100 EUGÈNE SARTORY (b Mirecourt, 1871; d Paris, 1946) A SILVER-MOUNTED CELLO BOW PARIS, circa 1910 round stick, the later ebony frog with pearl eyes, later silver overlaid adjuster stamped E. Sartory à Paris on the handle 81.5 grams

£1,200-1,800 (€1,400-2,100 approx.)

‡ £4,000-6,000 (€4,700-7,100 approx.)

Sold with a valuation from eugen Sprenger, dresden, dated 15th december 1988

98 EUGÈNE SARTORY (b Mirecourt, 1871; d Paris, 1946) A SILVER-MOUNTED CELLO BOW PARIS, circa 1920 round stick, the ebony frog, possibly later, with pearl eyes, the later adjuster with two silver bands stamped E. Sartory à Paris on the handle 79.5 grams £12,000-16,000 (€14,100-18,800 approx.)

Sold with a the certificate of dario d'attili, new York, dated 19th June 1975

101 JOSEPH ALFRED LAMY (b Mirecourt, 1850; d Paris, 1919) A SILVER-MOUNTED CELLO BOW PARIS, circa 1900 round stick, the ebony frog with pearl eyes, the adjuster with two silver bands stamped A. Lamy à Paris on the handle 79.5 grams Sold with a copy of the certificate of Étienne vatelot, Paris, dated 5th december 1983 ‡ £8,000-12,000 (€9,400-14,100 approx.)

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102 SIX SILVER-MOUNTED CELLO BOWS GERMANY, 20TH CENTURY including bows by Schuster, Meinel and Prager in bow box £2,000-3,000 (€2,400-3,500 approx.)

103 RICHARD GRÜNKE (b Dembinki, Poland, 1930; fl Bubenreuth) A SILVER-MOUNTED CELLO BOW BUBENREUTH, circa 1970 round stick, the ebony frog with silver rings and pearl eyes, silver overlaid adjuster stamped Richard Grünke *** on the handle 80 grams £1,200-1,800 (€1,400-2,100 approx.)

104 CÉLESTIN CLASQUIN (b Mirecourt, 1875 ; d Paris, 1928) A SILVER-MOUNTED CELLO BOW PARIS, circa 1910 octagonal stick, the ebony frog with silver rings and pearl eyes, the adjuster with two silver bands stamped C. Clasquin. Paris on the handle 81 grams Sold with a receipt from eugen Sprenger, dresden, dated 8th January 1972 £1,000-1,500 (€1,200-1,800 approx.)

105 HILL SCHOOL (fl London, 1887-1992) A SILVER-MOUNTED CELLO BOW LONDON, circa 1920 octagonal stick, the ebony frog with silver rings and pearl eyes, silver overlaid adjuster 79 grams £1,200-1,800 (€1,400-2,100 approx.)

106 JOSEPH HENRY (b Mirecourt, 1823; fl Paris, 1837-1870; d 1870) A SILVER-MOUNTED CELLO BOW PARIS, circa 1860 round stick, the later ebony frog with silver rings and pearl eyes, the later adjuster with two silver bands stamped Henry à Paris on the handle 80.5 grams £5,000-8,000 (€5,900-9,400 approx.)

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107 PROBABLY BY JOHN DODD (b Stirling, 1752; d Kew, 1839) A NICKEL-MOUNTED CELLO BOW ENGLAND, circa 1820 round stick, the ebony frog, french circa 1880, with pearl eyes, the later adjuster with two nickel bands 74 grams (without lapping) £3,000-5,000 (€3,500-5,900 approx.)

108 FRANÇOIS NICOLAS VOIRIN (b Mirecourt, 1833; d Paris, 1885) A SILVER-MOUNTED CELLO BOW PARIS, circa 1875 round stick, the ebony frog with pearl eyes, the later adjuster with two silver bands stamped F.N. Voirin à Paris on the handle 77.5 grams Sold with a valuation from Pierre vidoudez, Geneva, dated 6th June 1980 £8,000-12,000 (€9,400-14,100 approx.)

109 FRANÇOIS NICOLAS VOIRIN (b Mirecourt, 1833; d Paris, 1885) A SILVER-MOUNTED CELLO BOW PARIS, circa 1870 round stick, the ebony frog with pearl eyes, the adjuster with two silver bands stamped F.N. Voirin à Paris on the handle 72 grams £2,000-3,000 (€2,400-3,500 approx.)


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110 PROSPER COLAS (b Coincourt, Vosges, 1842; d Paris, 1918) A SILVER-MOUNTED CELLO BOW PARIS, circa 1900 round stick, the ebony frog with pearl eyes, the adjuster with two silver bands stamped Prosper Colas à Paris on the handle 78.5 grams £1,200-1,800 (€1,400-2,100 approx.)

111 A SILVER-MOUNTED CELLO BOW AFTER TUBBS FRANCE, EARLY 20TH CENTURY round stick, the ebony frog with pearl eyes, silver overlaid adjuster 82.5 grams £1,200-1,800 (€1,400-2,100 approx.)

112 ATTRIBUTED TO CHARLES NICOLAS BAZIN (Mirecourt, b 1847; d 1915) A SILVER-MOUNTED CELLO BOW FRANCE, circa 1900 round stick, the ebony frog with pearl eyes, the adjuster with two silver bands stamped Bazin on the handle and the frog 73 grams £1,200-1,800 (€1,400-2,100 approx.)

113 A SILVER-MOUNTED CELLO BOW GERMANY, circa 1900 round stick, the ebony frog with pearl eyes, silver overlaid adjuster 73.5 grams Sold with a copy of a valuation from christophe landon, new York, dated 23rd May 2000 ‡ £1,200-1,600 (€1,400-1,900 approx.)

114 PIERRE SIMON (b Mirecourt, 1808; d Paris, 1882) A SILVER-MOUNTED CELLO BOW PARIS, circa 1855 round stick, the later ebony frog with pearl eyes, the adjuster with two silver bands stamped Vuillaume *** on the handle 77.5 grams Sold with a copy of the certificate of Jeanfrançois raffin, Paris, dated 7th March 2006 £7,000-10,000 (€8,200-11,800 approx.)

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115 JOSEPH ARTHUR VIGNERON (b Mirecourt, 1851; d Paris, 1905) A SILVER-MOUNTED CELLO BOW PARIS, circa 1890 round stick, the later ebony frog with silver rings and pearl eyes, the later adjuster with two silver bands stamped A. Vigneron à Paris on the handle 78.5 grams

Sold with the certificate of Jacques français, new York, dated 23rd december 1994 £3,000-5,000 (€3,500-5,900 approx.)

116 JAMES TUBBS (London, b 1835; d 1921) A SILVER-MOUNTED CELLO BOW LONDON, circa 1900 round stick, plain ebony frog, silver overlaid adjuster stamped Jas. Tubbs on the handle 85.5 grams £3,000-5,000 (€3,500-5,900 approx.)

117 JAMES TUBBS (London, b 1835; d 1921) A SILVER-MOUNTED CELLO BOW LONDON, circa 1890 round stick, the ebony frog with pearl eyes, silver overlaid adjuster stamped Jas. Tubbs on the handle 75.5 grams £4,000-6,000 (€4,700-7,100 approx.)


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118 A CELLO SOUTH GERMANY OR AUSTRIA, circa 1870 labelled Dominicus Montagnana Sub Signum Cremonae Venetiis 1729 length of back 291/16in., 73.8cm.

in case

£6,000-8,000 (€7,100-9,400 approx.)

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119 ASCRIBED TO GIOVANNI BATTISTA CERUTI (b 1756; d 1817; fl Cremona, from c1800) A CELLO 19TH CENTURY labelled Joannes Baptista Ceruti fecit Cremonae 1794 length of back 30⅛in., 76.5cm. in case

Sold with the certificate of Kurt Schuster, leipzig, dated 7th december 1950 £5,500-7,500 (€6,500-8,800 approx.)


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120 JÉRÔME THIBOUVILLE-LAMY (Mirecourt, fl 1857-1968) A CELLO MIRECOURT, circa 1880 the back and ribs with painted figure labelled Michel-Ange Garini length of back 2913/16in., 75.8cm.

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121 A CELLO GERMANY, circa 1890 unlabelled length of back 30in., 76.3cm.

£5,000-7,000 (€5,900-8,200 approx.)

in cover

£3,500-5,000 (€4,100-5,900 approx.)

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122 SEBASTIEN VUILLAUME (b Mirecourt, 1835; fl Paris; d 1875) A CELLO PARIS, circa 1860 labelled Sebastien Vuillaume à Paris 27. Boulevard Bonne-Nouvelle length of back 307/16in., 77.3cm. and a cello bow by Weidhaas, in case

£16,000-22,000 (€18,800-25,900 approx.)


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123 ROGER & MAX MILLANT (fl Paris, from 1923) A CELLO PARIS, 1954 labelled with signature R & M. Millant, Luthiers d’Art, 51 rue de Rome, Paris, No 371, Année 1954, inscribed on the label Prix de la Province de Liège 1954, and further labelled Violoncelle fait en collaboration avec Pierre Audinot en faisant partie du Quatuor primé à Liège en 1954 length of back 2915/16in., 76.1cm.

and a cello bow by Zapf, in cover

Irène Kouwenaar-Persyn

this cello was awarded the Prix de la Province de Liège in 1954, and in the same year was bought by dr. J.P. Persyn for his daughter irène, later irène Kouwenaar-Persyn (1934-2012).

Kouwenaar-Persyn gave her first concert in Schiedam, holland at the age of 6. She studied at the conservatory in the hague until 1953, then in Paris with Pierre fournier, and with andré navarra. after graduating she performed the dvorák concerto with Klemperer, and after performing the same concerto on belgian radio, was invited to meet Queen elisabeth. She chose not to pursue a career as a professional cellist, but she played and taught throughout her life, always on the Millant cello, which remained in her possession until her death in 2012. £15,000-25,000 (€17,600-29,400 approx.)

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124 VENTAPANE SCHOOL A CELLO NAPLES, MID-19TH CENTURY labelled Giouanni Grancino in contrada Largha di Milano al segno della corona 18** length of back 295/16in., 74.4cm.

in case

£25,000-35,000 (€29,400-41,200 approx.)

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125 A CELLO GERMANY OR BOHEMIA, LATE 19TH CENTURY labelled Mattio Goffriller Fece in Venezia Anno 1709 length of back 29½in., 74.9cm. in case

£5,000-8,000 (€5,900-9,400 approx.)

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126 ALAIN MOINIER (fl Mirecourt, 20th century) A CELLO MIRECOURT, 1996 labelled with signature Alain Moinier à Paris France Modèle Classique No 114, 96 and branded above the label Moinier - Mirecourt length of back 301/16in., 76.5cm.

127 CIRCLE OF GIUSEPPE DALL’AGLIO (fl Mantua, c1795-c1840) A CELLO MANTUA, circa 1830 unlabelled length of back 29¼in., 74.3cm.

£3,000-5,000 (€3,500-5,900 approx.)

£15,000-20,000 (€17,600-23,500 approx.)

in cover

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Sold with the certificate of John dilworth, london, dated 20th december 2014, describing the cello as Mantuan School


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128 CELESTE FAROTTI (b Olivola Monferrato, Piedmont, 1864; d Milan, 1928) A CELLO MILAN, circa 1915 labelled Joseph Rocca fecit Taurini anno Domini 1860 IHS, Premiato di Medaglie alle Esposizioni di Torino, Genova, Londra e Parigi length of back 2911/16in., 75.4cm.

in case

Documents the certificate of W.e. hill & Sons, london, dated 9th June 1939, attributing the cello to Joseph rocca, together with a receipt dated 31st May 1939 the certificate of hieronymus Köstler, Stuttgart, dated 6th december 2012, attributing the cello to celeste farotti an insurance valuation from Jean-Jacques rampal, Paris, dated 27th May 2014, attributing the cello to enrico rocca a letter from else hamma, Stuttgart, dated 25th January 1990 £35,000-50,000 (€41,200-58,800 approx.)

The receipt of W.E. Hill & Sons, dated 31st May 1939

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129 PROBABLY BY GIUSEPPE DOLLENZ (fl Trieste, c1850; d1889) A CELLO TRIESTE, circa 1870 labelled Ferdinandus Gagliano Filius Nicolai fecit Neap 1761 length of back 29¼in., 74.3cm. in case

£38,000-45,000 (€44,700-52,900 approx.)

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130 Ex-Lindley WILLIAM FORSTER II (b Brampton, 1739; d London, 1808) A CELLO LONDON, 1801 labelled William Forster Junr, Violin, Violoncello, Tenor & Bow maker, also Music Seller, to their Royal Highnesses The Prince of Wales and Duke of Cumberland and inscribed on the label 1801 No. 21 length of back 28⅞in., 73.3cm. and a cello bow by Prell, in case

this lot is sold with a print of robert lindley from a lithograph by M. Gauci. robert lindley (1776-1855) was considered the leading english cellist of his day. he was appointed Professor at the royal academy of Music when it was founded in 1822. he owned a number of forster cellos, and a fine benjamin banks.

the cello was subsequently owned by herbert trounson. trounson bought the cello from his teacher, who had bought it from lindley. in 1951 constance tillyard met trounson and after his death she bought the cello from his widow for £24. She paid in £5 instalments. the cello remained in her possession until her death in 2015. £50,000-70,000 (€58,800-82,400 approx.)

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131 Ex-Hämmerle ATTRIBUTED TO GIOVANNI BATTISTA ROGERI (fl Brescia, c1670-c1705) A CELLO ITALY, 18TH CENTURY the front and scroll later labelled Francesco Ruggieri detto il per Cremona 16** length of back 28¾in.,73.1cm.

Provenance the cello has been loaned to various eminent cellists, including boris Pergamenschikow, who played it for twenty years, until 1983. Subsequently it was loaned to Professor Michael Kasper of ensemble Modern, and more recently to Marie therese daubner.

Theodor Hämmerle

theodor hämmerle was born in 1859 in dornbirn in the austrian state of vorarlberg. he was the third son of franz Martin hämmerle, a successful textile manufacturer whose company was austria’s largest textile producer in the mid-1980s. theodor attended the oberrealschule in innsbruck and went on to study at various colleges before moving to vienna, where he took over the management of a branch of the family firm.

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his lively interest in music led him to found the dornbirn Music School. in his viennese home (franz-Josefs-Kai 53), theodor organised more than 700 quartet performances. he also co-founded the vienna Konzertverein and its orchestra as well as the Konzerthausgesellschaft, where he was a member of the management board. he was also the founder of several musical scholarships.

hämmerle had an extensive collection of fine musical instruments by italian, German and viennese masters, many of which now bear his name. the ‘hämmerle’ Stradivari of 1709 is today part of the collection of the Österreichische nationalbank, and is loaned to rainer honeck, the concermaster of the vienna Philharmonic. other instruments in the hämmerle collection included the ‘hämmerle; baumgartner’ Stradivari of 1717, two Guarneri del Gesùs, the ‘baron Knoop’ Pietro Guarneri of venice, a violin and viola by Jacob Stainer and the famous ‘hämmerle’ nicolo amati of 1658. theodor hämmerle was also an enthusiastic promoter of sport and was known as one of the best oarsmen in austria. £50,000-80,000 (€58,800-94,100 approx.)


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BOOKS AND MISCELLANEA 132 ROBERT BEIN & GEOFFREY FUSHI ‘THE KING JOSEPH’ & ‘THE PRIMROSE’ CHICAGO, 1980 & 1983 numbered 501 and 144, signed by the authors £100-200 (€100-200 approx.)

133 HERBERT K. GOODKIND ‘VIOLIN ICONOGRAPHY OF ANTONIO STRADIVARI’ new York, 1972 £250-350 (€300-400 approx.)

134 JOSEPH RODA ‘BOWS FOR MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS’ chicago, 1959 £100-200 (€100-200 approx.)

135 JOST THÖNE & JAN RÖHRMANN ANTONIUS STRADIUARIUS GERMANY, 2012 library edition in four volumes, slip case £300-500 (€400-600 approx.)

136 HENRY WERRO THE ‘OLE BULL’ JOSEPH GUARNERI DEL GESÙ BERN, 1971 numbered 142 of 400 and signed by the author, in slip case together with Prof. lev Ginsberg: Ysaÿe and alberto bachmann: An Encyclopedia of the Violin

137 THE RUDOLPH WURLITZER COMPANY ‘RARE VIOLINS,VIOLAS,VIOLONCELLOS’ new York, 1931 £100-150 (€100-200 approx.)

138 FOUR VIOLIN BOOKS William henley: Universal Dictionary of Violin & Bow Makers, brighton, 1973; roger Millant: J.B. Vuillaume, london, 1972, numbered 316 of 500, in slip case; richard Sadler: W.E. Hill & Sons (18801992): A Tribute, london 1997; richard Sadler: Arthur Bultitude and the Hill Tradition, deluxe edition numbered 98 of 100, london, 2000, in slip cover £60-90 (€100-100 approx.)

139 FOUR VIOLIN BOOKS roger Millant: J.B. Vuillaume, Sa Vie et Son Oeuvre; Les Violons, hotel de ville exhibition; charles beare: Capolavori di Antonio Stradivari; david boyden: The Hill Collection £150-250 (€200-300 approx.)

140 FOUR VIOLIN BOOKS Max Möller: The Violin-Makers of the Low Countries, limited edition, numbered 778 of 1500; William henley: Universal Dictionary of Violin and Bow Makers, brighton, 1973; Walter hamma: Meister Italienischer Geigenbaukunst, Stuttgart, 1978; W. Meredith Morris: British Violin Makers, london, 1920 £200-300 (€200-400 approx.)

£200-300 (€200-400 approx.)

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141 SIX BOOKS Karel Jalovec: German & Austrian Violin Makers, london, 1967 and Violin Makers of Bohemia, london, 1967; dirk J. balfoort: Antonius Stradivarius, amsterdam, 1947 and three other books £100-200 (€100-200 approx.)

142 TWO VIOLIN BOOKS Simone f. Sacconi: The Secrets of Stradivari, cremona, 1979, and frank v. henderson: How to Make a Violin, Seattle, 1977 £100-150 (€100-200 approx.)

143 T. A. TIMMS & SON A DELUXE LEATHER VIOLIN CASE 2017 the ‘violin collector’s case’, covered in ‘cognac’ hide, and lined in both ‘moss’ and ‘fern’ velvet. signed by itzhak Perlman on the base of the under-neck pocket, and inscribed on the lid plate Handmade in England by T.A. Timms & Son, and donated to The Perlman Music Program by Desmond & Rachel Timms. £600-800 (€700-900 approx.)


all the proceeds from the sale of this lot will be donated to the Perlman Music Program. through intensive summer courses, yearround mentoring and international tours, the scheme offers excellent musical tuition on the violin, viola, cello, bass and piano to students aged 12 years and above. the faculty is led by the celebrated violinist itzhak Perlman as well as other gifted musical talents. founded by toby Perlman in 1994, the Perlman Music Program has sought to ensure that the very best students, regardless of their background or financial means, are given an artistic experience which changes their lives. perlmanmusicprogram.org

Š Annie Watt for The Perlman Music Program

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BOWS PART III Lots 144 - 158 are the property of Cho-Ming Sin.

cM Sin is one of the leading violin collectors of the modern era, and has owned many of the greatest violins in existence. these include the ‘lady blunt’, ‘dolphin’ and ‘booth’ Stradivaris and the ‘King Joseph’ Guarneri del Gesù. he also owned the world’s finest collection of instruments by J.b. vuillaume, which was exhibited at Sotheby’s in 2012, and various great examples of the 19th century turin school, primarily Giuseppe rocca and G.f. Pressenda. in addition, he collected a number of fine bows, and these are the last remnants of his collection to be sold. 144 ʘ Ex-Albert Cooper W. E. HILL & SONS (fl London, 1887-1992) A GOLD & TORTOISESHELL-MOUNTED VIOLIN BOW LONDON, circa 1900 octagonal stick, the head with original pearl face, the tortoiseshell frog with gold shields, the adjuster with gold band and endcap and pearl facets stamped W.E. Hill & Sons on the handle 58 grams

145 ʘ W. E. HILL & SONS (fl London, 1887-1992) A CHASED GOLD & IVORY-MOUNTED VIOLIN BOW LONDON, 1951 octagonal stick, the ivory frog with gold rings and pearl eyes, the adjuster with two chased gold bands stamped W. E. Hill & Sons on the handle 61.5 grams this bow was made in 1951 for the festival of britain of that year. it is one of only 8 chased gold and ivory-mounted bows made by W. e. hill & Sons.

Documents the certificate of W. e. hill & Sons, london, dated 7th november 2002 the certificate of William Watson, Great Kimble, dated 11th november 2002 a letter from W. e. hill & Sons, london, dated 7th november 2002 a copy of the certificate of the festival of britain, 1951 £4,000-6,000 (€4,700-7,100 approx.)

this bow was sold as lot 103 in Sotheby’s sale of the albert cooper collection on 11th March 2008. a similiar example is illustrated on pp. 6667 of The Hill Bow Makers, 1880-1962. £5,000-8,000 (€5,900-9,400 approx.)

146 ʘ W. E. HILL & SONS (fl London, 1887-1992) A CHASED GOLD & IVORY-MOUNTED VIOLIN BOW LONDON, 1951 octagonal stick, the ivory frog with gold rings and pearl eyes, the adjuster with two chased gold bands stamped W. E. Hill & Sons on the handle, the ferrule engraved 1951, and the underside of the pearl slide signed A. R. Bultitude, Feb 1951 61 grams this bow was made in 1951 for the festival of britain of that year. it is one of only 8 chased gold and ivory-mounted bows made by W. e. hill & Sons.

Documents the certificate of W. e. hill & Sons, london, dated 7th november 2002 the certificate of William Watson, Great Kimble, dated 11th november 2002 a letter from W. e. hill & Sons, london, dated 7th november 2002 a copy of the certificate of entry in the festival of britain, 1951 £4,000-6,000 (€4,700-7,100 approx.)

147 WILLIAM WATSON (b London, 1930) A CHASED GOLD-MOUNTED VIOLIN BOW LONDON, LATE 20TH CENTURY octagonal stick, the ebony frog with gold rings and pearl eyes, the adjuster with two chased gold bands stamped W. D. Watson London. on the handle 64.5 grams £3,000-5,000 (€3,500-5,900 approx.)

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148 FRANÇOIS NICOLAS VOIRIN (b Mirecourt, 1833; d Paris, 1885) A SILVER-MOUNTED VIOLIN BOW PARIS, circa 1870 octagonal stick, the later ebony frog, with pearl eyes, the later adjuster with two silver bands stamped F.N. Voirin à Paris on the handle 61 grams

Sold with the certificate of Jean-françois raffin, Paris, dated 10th february 2017 £1,800-2,500 (€2,100-2,900 approx.)

149 JOSEPH ARTHUR VIGNERON (b Mirecourt, 1851; d Paris, 1905) A SILVER-MOUNTED VIOLIN BOW PARIS, circa 1890 octagonal stick, the ebony frog with pearl eyes, the adjuster with two silver bands stamped A. Vigneron à Paris on the handle 57 grams

151 JOSEPH ALFRED LAMY (b Mirecourt, 1850; d Paris, 1919) A SILVER-MOUNTED VIOLIN BOW PARIS, circa 1900 round stick, the ebony frog with pearl eyes, the adjuster with two silver bands stamped A. Lamy à Paris on the handle 57 grams

150 ATTRIBUTED TO CHARLES PECCATTE (b Mirecourt, 1850; d Paris, 1920) A SILVER-MOUNTED VIOLIN BOW FRANCE, circa 1900 round stick, the ebony frog with pearl eyes, the adjuster with two silver bands stamped Peccatte on the handle 61 grams

152 JOSEPH ALFRED LAMY (b Mirecourt, 1850; d Paris, 1919) A SILVER-MOUNTED VIOLIN BOW PARIS, circa 1910 round stick, the ebony frog with silver rings and pearl eyes, silver overlaid adjuster stamped A. Lamy à Paris on the handle 54 grams (with tinsel lapping)

£4,000-6,000 (€4,700-7,100 approx.)

£1,500-2,500 (€1,800-2,900 approx.)

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£3,000-5,000 (€3,500-5,900 approx.)

£2,000-3,000 (€2,400-3,500 approx.)


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153 DOMINIQUE PECCATTE (Mirecourt, b 1810; d 1874) A SILVER-MOUNTED VIOLIN BOW MIRECOURT, circa 1845 round stick, the ebony frog with pearl eyes, the later adjuster with two silver bands 59 grams

Sold with the certificate of Jean-françois raffin, Paris, dated 17th november 2016 £40,000-60,000 (€47,100-70,600 approx.)

154 ATTRIBUTED TO FRANÇOIS XAVIER TOURTE (b Paris, 1747; d 1835) A GOLD-MOUNTED VIOLIN BOW 19TH CENTURY octagonal stick, the ebony frog with gold rings and pearl eyes, the adjuster with two gold bands and pearl facets 60.5 grams £5,000-8,000 (€5,900-9,400 approx.)

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155 W. E. HILL & SONS (fl London, 1887-1992) A GOLD & SIMULATED TORTOISESHELLMOUNTED ‘FLEUR-DE-LYS’ VIOLIN BOW LONDON, 1978 octagonal stick, the simulated tortoiseshell frog with gold fleur-de-lys, the adjuster with two gold bands and pearl facets stamped W.E. Hill & Sons on the handle 63.5 grams

156 W. E. HILL & SONS (fl London, 1887-1992) A GOLD & SIMULATED TORTOISESHELLMOUNTED ‘FLEUR-DE-LYS’ VIOLIN BOW LONDON, 1978 octagonal stick, the simulated tortoiseshell frog with gold fleur-de-lys, the adjuster with two gold bands and pearl facets stamped W. E. Hill & Sons on the handle 65 grams

£1,000-2,000 (€1,200-2,400 approx.)

£1,000-2,000 (€1,200-2,400 approx.)

Sold with a copy of a receipt from W. e. hill & Sons, london, dated 14th September 1978, together with a letter dated 12th September 1978

Sold with a copy of a receipt from W. e. hill & Sons, london, dated 14th September 1978, together with a copy of a letter dated 12th September 1978

157 BAZIN SCHOOL A SILVER-MOUNTED VIOLIN BOW FRANCE, circa 1900 octagonal stick, the ebony frog with silver rings and pearl eyes, the adjuster with two silver bands stamped Tourte on the handle 59.5 grams £1,000-1,500 (€1,200-1,800 approx.)

158 ʘ LLOYD LIU (b Changsha, Hunan, 1933; fl New York) A GOLD & TORTOISESHELL-MOUNTED VIOLIN BOW NEW YORK, circa 1970 round stick, the tortoiseshell frog with gold rings and pearl eyes, the adjuster with two gold bands stamped L. Liu under the frog 61 grams £1,500-2,000 (€1,800-2,400 approx.)

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159 DOMINIQUE PECCATTE (Mirecourt, b 1810; d 1874) A NICKEL-MOUNTED VIOLIN BOW MIRECOURT, circa 1840 round stick, the ebony frog with pearl eyes, the adjuster with two nickel bands 55 grams (without lapping)

Sold with the certificate of Jean-françois raffin, Paris, dated 23rd february 2015 and with a memo from Jean-françois raffin, Paris, dated 25th february 2015

in the certificate raffin describes the bow as a "rare spécimen de ce très grand Maître français en bon état." in the accompanying memo from the raffin shop, it is further explained that the bow "is in [a] very good state... and it seems it has not been played much. it is a wonderful bow [with] a beautiful model of the head". the memo also states that "rare spécimen" is a superlative rarely used by raffin. Provenance the present owner's grandfather (illustrated left), an amateur english musician born in 1874, acquired the bow around 1900, possibly earlier. the family believes that he played very little once he was married in 1903, due to family commitments and other interests. Since his death in 1953, the bow has remained in the family, untouched. £40,000-60,000 (€47,100-70,600 approx.)

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160 W. E. HILL & SONS (fl London, 1887-1992) A SILVER-MOUNTED VIOLIN BOW LONDON, circa 1910 round stick, the ebony frog with pearl eyes, silver overlaid adjuster stamped Hill on the handle 63 grams

162 W. E. HILL & SONS (fl London, 1887-1992) A SILVER-MOUNTED VIOLIN BOW LONDON, circa 1920 round stick, the ebony frog with pearl eyes, silver overlaid adjuster stamped Hill on the handle 61.5 grams

164 ALBERT NÜRNBERGER (fl Markneukirchen, from c1890) A SILVER-MOUNTED VIOLIN BOW MARKNEUKIRCHEN, 20TH CENTURY octagonal stick, the ebony frog with silver rings and pearl eyes, silver overlaid adjuster stamped *Albert Nürnberger* on the handle 60.5 grams

161 ALBERT NÜRNBERGER (fl Markneukirchen, from c1890) A SILVER-MOUNTED VIOLIN BOW MARKNEUKIRCHEN, circa 1940 round stick, the ebony frog with silver rings and pearl eyes, later aluminium overlaid adjuster stamped *Albert Nürnberger* on the handle 58.5 grams

163 WILLIAM CHARLES RETFORD (b New Milton, 1875; d London, 1970) A SILVER-MOUNTED VIOLIN BOW LONDON, 1963 round stick, the ebony frog with silver rings and pearl eyes, the adjuster with two silver bands stamped William C. Retford on the handle 57.5 grams

165 ALBERT NÜRNBERGER (fl Markneukirchen, from c1890) A SILVER-MOUNTED VIOLIN BOW MARKNEUKIRCHEN, MID-20TH CENTURY round stick, the ebony frog with silver rings and pearl eyes, silver overlaid adjuster stamped *Albert Nürnberger* on the handle 62 grams

£1,200-1,600 (€1,400-1,900 approx.)

£1,000-2,000 (€1,200-2,400 approx.)

£1,500-2,000 (€1,800-2,400 approx.)

£1,500-2,000 (€1,800-2,400 approx.)

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£1,500-2,500 (€1,800-2,900 approx.)

£1,500-2,000 (€1,800-2,400 approx.)


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166 HAIM RAPOPORT (fl Tel Aviv, from 1925) A VIOLIN TEL AVIV, 1964 labelled Haim Rapoport fecit Tel-Aviv Anno 1964 length of back 141/16in., 35.8cm.

Sold with a certificate and valuation from the maker, and a copy of Sacconi's Loan Exhibition in which the violin is illustrated £3,000-5,000 (€3,500-5,900 approx.)

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167 A VIOLIN AFTER GUARNERI GERMANY, circa 1930 unlabelled length of back 1315/16in., 35.5cm. in case

£3,000-5,000 (€3,500-5,900 approx.)

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168 FOLLOWER OF GAETANO SGARABOTTO (b Vicenza, 1878; d Parma, 1959) A VIOLIN ITALY, circa 1970 labelled Gaetano Sgarabotto, Brescia, 1949 length of back 14in., 35.6cm. in case

£10,000-15,000 (€11,800-17,600 approx.)


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169 SERGIO SICCARDI (b Trieste, 1939) A VIOLIN TRIESTE, 2006 labelled Sergio Siccardi fece in Trieste anno 2006 and branded Siccardi internally on the back and by the endpin length of back 141/16in., 35.7cm.

170 A VIOLIN 20TH CENTURY labelled Giuseppe Carboni fecit Parma 1931 length of back 14⅛in., 35.9cm. in case

£3,000-5,000 (€3,500-5,900 approx.)

Sold with the certificate of the maker, dated 1st december 2014 £3,000-5,000 (€3,500-5,900 approx.)

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171 PROBABLY BY CARLO ANTONIO TESTORE (fl Milan, c1720-p1760) A VIOLIN MILAN, circa 1750 labelled Carlo Antonio Testore figlio Maggiore del fu Carlo Giuseppe in contrada larga al segno dell’ Aquila Milano 1751 and branded internally on the back length of back 1315/16in., 35.5cm. in case

£20,000-30,000 (€23,500-35,500 approx.)


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172 PAUL BLANCHARD (b Mirecourt, 1851; d Lyon, 1912) A VIOLIN LYON, 1883 labelled Fait par Paul Blanchard à Lyon en 1883 n° 163, branded P. Blanchard à Lyon internally on the back and with the maker’s monogram by the endpin length of back 14⅛in., 36cm. in case

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173 CIRCLE OF DOM NICOLO AMATI (fl Bologna, 1720-1740) A VIOLIN BOLOGNA, 18TH CENTURY unlabelled length of back 141/16in., 35.8cm.

£15,000-20,000 (€17,600-23,500 approx.)

£3,000-5,000 (€3,500-5,900 approx.)

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174 A VIOLIN ITALY, 19TH CENTURY the front and scroll probably later labelled Carlo Antonio Testore filio Maggiore del fu Carlo Giuseppe in Contrada larga al Segno dell’ Aquila a Milano 17** length of back 14⅛in., 35.9cm. in case

‡ £6,000-8,000 (€7,100-9,400 approx.)

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175 PASQUALE VINACCIA (Naples, b 1806; d 1885) A VIOLIN NAPLES, 1882 labelled Pasquale Vinaccia Rua Catalana fece Napoli 1882 length of back 14in., 35.6cm.

Sold with the certificate of carlson cacciatori neumann, cremona, dated 15th July 2003 £18,000-25,000 (€21,200-29,400 approx.)

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176 FRANCESCO RUGERI (Cremona, b 1620; d c1695) A VIOLIN CREMONA, circa 1670 labelled Nicolaus Amatus Cremonen: Hieronymi Fil: ac Antonij Nepos fecit 1669 length of back 1313/16in., 35.2cm.

£40,000-60,000 (€47,100-70,600 approx.)

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177 A VIOLIN AFTER GUARNERI LATE 20TH CENTURY bearing an illegible label **** 1740 IHS length of back 13⅞in., 35.4cm. in case

£4,000-6,000 (€4,700-7,100 approx.)

178 REALE PUGLISI (fl Catania) A VIOLIN CATANIA, 1918 labelled Puglisi Reale Catania, Italia,°34, 1918 length of back 141/16in., 35.7cm.

in case

Sold with the certificate of Kenneth Warren & Son ltd., chicago, dated 3rd february 2016 Ω £4,000-6,000 (€4,700-7,100 approx.)

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179 ROMEO ANTONIAZZI (b Cremona, 1862; d Milan, 1925) A VIOLIN MILAN, circa 1910 labelled Antoniazzi Gaetano di Cremona, Fece L’an 1880 length of back 141/16in., 35.7cm. Sold with the certificate of dmitry Gindin, london, dated 22nd May 2014

£15,000-20,000 (€17,600-23,500 approx.)


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180 A VIOLIN EARLY 20TH CENTURY labelled with signature Volpi Marco Spilamberto 1923 length of back 141/16in., 35.8cm.

£5,000-7,000 (€5,900-8,200 approx.)

181 TOMASO EBERLE (b Vils, 1727; fl Naples; d 1792) A VIOLIN NAPLES, circa 1770 unlabelled length of back 1315/16in., 35.5cm.

in satinwood case

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£15,000-25,000 (€17,600-29,400 approx.)

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182 Ex-Albert Cooper FRANÇOIS LOUIS PIQUE (b Roret, 1758; d Charenton St. Maurice, 1822) A VIOLIN PARIS, circa 1810 labelled This violin is in our judgment the work of F.L. Pique, Paris, ref 31/1/36, signed Hart & Son length of back 143/16in., 36.0cm.

Literature The Cooper Collection, vol. 2, pp. 148-153, a copy of which is sold with this lot Sotheby’s catalogue of Musical instruments including the albert cooper collection, 11th March 2008, lot 197 £45,000-60,000 (€52,900-70,600 approx.)

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183 ASCRIBED TO PIETRO ANTONIO TESTORE (Milan, b 1732; d c1780) A VIOLIN 19TH CENTURY labelled Pietro Testore figlio del fu Paolo Milano 1770 length of back 14in., 35.6cm. and two violin bows, in case

Sold with the certificate of Jean fritsch, Paris, dated 20th January 1949

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184 GIOVANNI BATTISTA GABRIELLI (fl Florence, 1736-1787) A VIOLIN FLORENCE, circa 1760 labelled Joannes Baptista de Gabbriellis florentinus fecit 176* length of back 1313/16in., 35.2cm.

£20,000-30,000 (€23,500-35,500 approx.)

£4,000-8,000 (€4,700-9,400 approx.)

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185 TOMMASO BALESTRIERI (b c1735; d 1796; fl Mantua) A VIOLIN MANTUA, 1792 bearing a reproduction label Thomas Balestrieri Cremonensis Fecit Mantuae, Anno 1792 length of back 1313/16in., 35.1cm.

Documents the certificate of rembert Wurlitzer, new York, dated 4th august 1964 a letter from rembert Wurlitzer, new York, dated 13th august 1964, stating the label to be original the certificate of William Moennig & Son, Philadelphia, dated 2nd december 1964 the original label of this violin, dated 1792, is in all probablity the one in the emil herrmann label collection, now in the possession of the Shrine to Music. only one later original balestrieri label is known, dated 1795. ‡ £180,000-250,000 (€212,000-294,000 approx.)

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186 GIOVANNI BATTISTA GUADAGNINI (b Piacenza, 1711; d Turin, 1786) A VIOLIN TURIN, 1780-85 labelled Joannes Baptista Guadagnini Cremonensis fecit Taurini. alumnus Antoni Stradivari 178* GBGT length of back 13⅞in., 35.2cm. in case

Sold with the certificate of emile français, Paris, dated 23rd July 1957 £200,000-300,000 (€235,000-352,000 approx.)

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USEFUL INFORMATION FOR BUYING AT AUCTION

The following information is designed to help you understand the process of buying at auction. It is important, however, that you read the following information carefully and note that Ingles & Hayday Ltd acts for the seller; you should refer in particular to Conditions 3 and 4 of the Conditions of Business for Buyers in the printed catalogue.

CATALOGUE PURCHASES & SUBSCRIPTIONS

To ensure that you receive the catalogue for every auction, subscribe at www.ingleshayday.com/ auctions/order-printed-catalogue.html Or telephone: UK +44 (0)20 7042 7337 US +1 646 480 7037 Or email: catalogues@ingleshayday.com

BUYER'S PREMIUM A Buyer’s Premium will be added to the hammer price of each lot and is payable by the buyer as part of the total purchase price. The Buyer’s premium is 20% of the hammer price. 1. BEFORE THE AUCTION

Pre-sale Estimates Pre-sale estimates are intended as a guide for prospective buyers. any bid between the low and high pre-sale estimates would, in our opinion, offer a chance of success. however, lots can realise prices above or below the pre-sale estimates. it is advisable to consult us nearer the time of sale as estimates can be subject to revision. The estimates printed in the auction catalogue do not include the Buyer’s Premium or VAT.

Pre-sale Estimates in Euros although the sale is conducted in Pounds Sterling, the pre-sale estimates are also printed in euros. the rate of exchange is the rate at the time of production of the catalogue. therefore, you should treat the estimates in euros as a guide only. Condition of Lots Prospective buyers are encouraged to inspect the property at the pre-sale exhibitions. Solely as a convenience, ingles & hayday ltd may also provide condition reports. the absence of reference to the condition of a lot in the catalogue description does not imply that the lot is free from faults or imperfections. Please refer to condition 3 of the conditions of business for buyer’s printed in this catalogue. Please note that Ingles & Hayday Ltd are not professional restorers and Buyers may wish to consult a restorer / violin maker before the sale for an independent condition report.

Provenance in certain circumstances, ingles & hayday ltd may print in the catalogue the history of owner ship of an instrument if such information contributes to scholarship or is otherwise well known and assists in distinguishing the work. however, the identity of the seller or previous owners may not be disclosed for a variety of reasons. for example, such information may be excluded to accommodate a seller’s request for confidentiality or because the identity of prior owners is unknown given the age of the work.

2. DURING THE AUCTION

Conditions of Business the auction is governed by ingles & hayday ltd’s conditions of business and authenticity Guarantee. these apply to all aspects of the relationship between ingles & hayday ltd and actual and prospective bidders and buyers. anyone considering bidding in the auction should read them carefully. they may be amended by way of notices posted in the saleroom or by way of announcement made by the auctioneer. Bidding at Auction bids may be executed in person by paddle during the auction, in writing prior to the sale,by telephone, and online through the-saleroom.com and invaluable.com respectively. auction speeds vary, but average between 70 and 100 lots per hour. the bidding steps are generally in increments of approximately 10% of the previous bid. Please refer to conditions 5 and 6 of the conditions of business for buyers printed in the catalogue.

Bidding in Person in order to bid in person, you will need to register for and collect a numbered paddle before the auction begins. Proof of identity will be required. Should you be the successful buyer of a lot, please ensure that your paddle can be seen by the auctioneer and that it is your number that is called out. Should there be any doubts as to price or buyer, please draw the auctioneer’s attention to it immediately. all lots sold will be invoiced to the name and address in which the paddle has been registered and cannot be transferred to other names and addresses. Please do not mislay your paddle, in the event of loss, inform the Sales clerk immediately. at the end of the sale, please return your paddle to the registration desk. Online Bidding ingles & hayday ltd. offers an online bidding service via www.the-saleroom.com. in completing the online bidder registration on the-saleroom.com you agree to all of the terms and conditions listed on their website. in providing your credit card details and, unless alternative arrangements are agreed with ingles & hayday ltd., you:

i. authorise ingles & hayday ltd., if they so wish, to charge the credit card given in part or full payment, including all fees, for items successfully purchased in the auction via thesaleroom.com, and ii. confirm that you are authorised to provide these credit card details to ingles & hayday ltd. through the-saleroom.com. Please note that any lots purchased via the-saleroom.com live auction service will be subject to an additional 3% commission charge & vat at the rate imposed on the hammer Price.

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Absentee & Telephone Bids if you cannot attend the auction, we will be happy to execute written bids on your behalf or you can bid on the telephone. a bidding form and more information can be found at the back of this catalogue.

Consecutive and Responsive Bidding the auctioneer may open the bidding on any lot by placing a bid on behalf of the seller. the auctioneer may further bid on behalf of the seller, up to the amount of the reserve, by placing consecutive or responsive bids for a lot. Please refer to condition 6 of the conditions of business for buyer’s printed in this catalogue. Importation into a buyer’s destination country the purchaser’s inability to import any item into his destination country as a result of Government economic sanctions or other restrictions shall not justify cancellation or rescission of the sale or any delay in payment. Please satisfy yourself before bidding as to whether a lot is subject to such import restrictions, or any other restrictions on importation or exportation. 3. AFTER THE AUCTION

Payment Payment is due immediately after the sale and may be made by the following: wire transfer in sterling, debit card (visa debit, connect or Maestro), credit card (visa or Mastercard). Please note we do not accept cash payments. all credit card payments are subject to a 2% service charge, and we do not accept american express. it is ingles & hayday ltd’s policy to request new clients to provide proof of identity (by providing some form of government issued identification containing a photograph, such as a passport, identity card or driver's licence) and confirmation of permanent address. cheques should be made payable to ingles & hayday ltd. although personal and company cheques drawn in Pounds Sterling on UK banks are accepted, you are advised that property will not be released until such cheques have cleared. Bank transfers our bank account details are shown on our invoices. Please include your name, ingles & hayday ltd’s account number and invoice number with your instructions to your bank. Please note that we reserve the right to decline payments received from anyone other than the buyer of record and that clearance of such payments will be required.

Please contact us if you have any questions concerning clearance. We reserve the right to seek identification of the source of funds received.

Collection it is ingles & hayday ltd’s policy to request proof of identity on collection of a lot. lots will be released to you or your authorised representative when full and cleared payment has been received by ingles & hayday ltd. PLEASE NOTE THAT ON THE DAY OF THE SALE PURCHASED LOTS MAY BE COLLECTED FROM SOTHEBY’S LOWER GROSVENOR GALLERY, BLOOMFIELD PLACE, BOND STREET UNTIL 4.30PM ONLY. FROM THE DAY AFTER THE SALE, PURCHASED LOTS MAY ONLY BE COLLECTED FROM 77 GREAT TITCHFIELD STREET, 9.30-4.30, MONDAY TO FRIDAY.

Storage Storage charges may be levied on uncollected lots. Please refer to conditions 7 & 9 of the conditions of business for buyers printed in the catalogue. Loss or Damage buyers are reminded that ingles & hayday ltd accepts liability for loss or damage to lots for a maximum period of seven (7) days after the date of the auction. Please refer to condition 7 of the conditions of business for buyers printed in this catalogue. Shipping if you require the services of a shipper to deliver your purchased lots you may wish to contact one of the following: Alban Shipping Unit 4, Premier business Park dencora Way, luton bedfordshire lU3 3hP.

tel:+44 (0)1582 493099 fax:+44 (0)1582 490147 email: info@albanshipping.co.uk

Regency Shipping Ltd. Unit 15, trident industrial estate blackthorne road, colnbrook, berkshire Sl3 0aX tel: +44 (0) 1753 287800 fax: +44 (0) 1753 287888 e-mail: info@rsllhr.co.uk Sterling Art Services Unit 1b, Galleymead road colnbrook berks Sl3 0en

tel: +44 (0)1753 699 750 fax: +44 (0)1753 699 755 e-mail: sales@sterlingartservicces.co.uk

all shipments should be unpacked and checked on delivery and any discrepancies notified immediately to the shipper in question.


Export the export of any lot from the UK or import into any other country may be subject to one or more export or import licences being granted. it is the buyer’s responsibility to obtain any relevant export or import licence. the denial of any licence required or delay in obtaining such licence cannot justify the cancellation of the sale or any delay in making payment of the total amount due. Upon request ingles & hayday may apply for a licence to export your lot(s) outside the UK. Please contact catherine bowder at catherine@ingleshayday.com or +44 20 7042 7337. there are two different thresholds depending on where you intend to take the property (Please note that lots sold with a ‡ or Ω symbol in the catalogue no longer require export licenses to leave the eU)

(a) to the eU: When exporting to a country within the European Union (EU), musical instruments over 50 years old with a value over £65,000 will require an export licence.

(b) out of the eU: When exporting to a country outside of the European Union (EU), musical instruments over 50 years old with a value over £41,670 will require an export licence.

ingles & hayday ltd recommends that you retain all import and export papers, including licences, as in certain countries you may be required to produce them to governmental authorities.

Endangered Species items made of or incorporating plant or animal material, such as crocodile, ivory, whalebone, tortoiseshell, rosewood etc., irrespective of age or value, require a licence or certificate prior to expor tation and require additional licences or cer tificates upon impor tation to any country outside the eU. Please note that the ability to obtain an export licence or certificate does not ensure the ability to obtain an import licence or certificate in another country, and vice versa. for example, it is illegal to impor t elephant ivory (regardless of age) and to import tortoiseshell under 100 years old into the United States. ingles & hayday ltd suggests that buyers check with their own government regarding wildlife import requirements prior to placing a bid. it is the buyer’s responsibility to obtain any export or import licences and/or certificates as well as any other required documentation (please refer to condition 10 of the conditions of business for buyers printed in this catalogue). Upon request ingles & hayday may apply for a UK expor t citeS licence to export your lot(s) outside the UK. Please contact catherine bowder at catherine@ingleshayday.com or +44 20 7042 7337. VAT AND OTHER TAX INFORMATION FOR BUYERS & CATALOGUE SYMBOLS

the following paragraphs are intended to give general guidance to buyers on vat, what the symbols in the catalogue mean and certain other potential tax implications of purchasing property at ingles & hayday ltd. the information concerns the most usual circumstances and is not intended

to be complete. ln all cases the relevant tax legislation takes precedence and the vat rates in effect on the day of the auction will be the rates charged except for lots sold subject to temporary admission for which the applicable rate will be that in force at the time of collection. it should be noted that, for vat purposes only, ingles & hayday ltd is not usually treated as an agent and most property is sold as if it is the property of ingles & hayday ltd. in the following paragraphs, reference to vat symbols shall mean those symbols located beside the lot number or the pre-sale estimates in the catalogue (or amending sale room notice).

1. PROPERTY WITH NO VAT SYMBOL Where there is no vat symbol, ingles & hayday is able to use the auctioneers’ Margin Scheme and vat will not normally be charged on the hammer price. ingles & hayday ltd must bear vat on the buyer's premium and hence will charge an amount in lieu of vat at the standard rate on this premium. this amount will form part of the buyer's Premium on our invoice and will not be separately identified. a limited range of goods, including most books, are not liable to vat and therefore no amount in lieu of vat will be added to the premium. Please see ‘exports from the european Union’ in section 4 below for the conditions that need to be fulfilled before the amount in lieu of vat on the buyer's Premium may be cancelled or refunded (vatregistered buyers from within the european Union (eU) should note that the amount in lieu of vat contained within the buyer's Premium cannot be cancelled or refunded by ingles & hayday ltd or hM revenue and customs.). 2. PROPERTY WITH A † SYMBOL these items will be sold under the normal UK vat rules and vat will be charged at the standard rate on both the hammer price and buyer's Premium (currently 20%). Please see ‘exports from the european Union' in section 4 below for the conditions that need to be fulfilled before the vat charged on the hammer price may be cancelled or refunded.

3. PROPERTY SOLD WITH A ‡ AND Ω SYMBOL these items have been imported from outside the eU to be sold at auction under temporary admission. When ingles & hayday ltd releases such property to buyers in the UK, the buyer will become the importer and must pay ingles & hayday ltd import vat at the following rates on the hammer price: ‡ - reduced rate (currently 5% payable on the hammer price, standard vat of 20% payable on the buyer’s Premium).

Ω - Standard rate (currently 20% on the hammer price, standard vat of 20% payable on the buyer’s Premium

You should also note that the appropriate rate will be that in force on the date of collection of the property from ingles & hayday ltd and not that in force at the date of the sale. these lots will be invoiced under the margin scheme. ingles & hayday ltd must bear vat on the buyer's

Premium and hence will charge an amount in lieu of vat at the standard rate 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 UK should note that the import vat charged on property released in the UK cannot be cancelled or refunded by ingles & hayday ltd, however you may be able to seek repayment by applying to hM revenue and customs - see ‘vat refunds from hM revenue and customs’. vat-registered buyers from the UK should note that the invoice issued by ingles & hayday ltd for these items is not suitable evidence in respect of import vat. 4. EXPORTS FROM THE EUROPEAN UNION the following amounts of vat may be cancelled or refunded provided ingles & hayday ltd receive the appropriate export documents within the time limits stated:

Property with no VAT symbol (see paragraph 1). the amount in lieu of vat charged on buyer’s Premium may be refunded provided the purchaser resides outside of the european Union (eU) and the property is exported from the eU within 3 months of the sale. ingles & hayday ltd must be provided with the appropriate proof of export immediately after export of the goods. Property with a † symbol. the vat charged upon the hammer price may be refunded under the following circumstances:

• Provided the purchaser resides outside of the european Union (eU) and the property is exported from the eU within 3 months of the sale. ingles & hayday ltd must be provided with the appropriate proof of export immediately after export of the goods.

• Provided the purchaser is vat registered within the european Union (excluding UK) and the property is exported from the UK within 3 months of the sale. ingles & hayday ltd must be provided with the appropriate proof of export immediately after export of the goods. vat-registered buyers from within the european Union (eU) should note that the amount in lieu of vat contained within the buyer's Premium cannot be cancelled or refunded by ingles & hayday ltd or hM revenue and customs. Property with a ‡ or Ω symbol. the temporary admission vat charged on the hammer price may be refunded provided the purchaser resides outside the eU and the property is exported outside the eU within 30 days of the sale under the following circumstances:

• ingles & hayday ltd is requested (prior to the collection of the property from ingles & hayday) to arrange the shipment of the property by alban Shipping to a place outside the eU. the property should be exported from the eU within 30 days of the sale.

• ingles & hayday ltd is requested (prior to the collection of the property from ingles & hayday) to arrange the relevant UK customs documents in order for the buyer to hand carry the property to a place outside the eU. at the port of exit when leaving the UK, the buyer must have these documents stamped by UK customs, and return them to ingles and hayday. if correctly processed, a vat refund will be arranged. the property should be exported from the eU within 30 days of the sale. if the process is not fully completed or followed correctly, a refund will not be possible. • the vat liability is transferred to your own shipper’s temporary admission or customs Warehouse (bond). this must be arranged prior to collection from ingles & hayday and within 30 days of the sale.

Under all other circumstances ingles & hayday ltd is required to complete the importation and pay the vat due to hM revenue and customs so a vat refund will not be possible. 5. VAT REFUNDS FROM HM REVENUE AND CUSTOMS Where vat charged cannot be cancelled or refunded by ingles & hayday ltd, it may be possible to seek repayment from hM revenue and customs. repayments in this manner are limited to businesses located outside the UK. claim forms are available from: HM Revenue and Customs VAT Overseas Repayments Unit PO Box 34, Foyle House Duncreggan Road, Londonderry Northern Ireland, BT48 7AE

Tel: +44 (0)2871 305100 Fax: +44 (0)2871 305101 Email: enq.oru.ni@hmrc.gsi.gov.uk

6. SALES AND USES TAXES buyers from outside the UK should note that local sales taxes or use taxes may become payable upon import of items following purchase (for example, the Use tax payable on import of purchased items to certain states of the USa). buyers should obtain their own advice in this regard. 7. PROPERTY WITH RESTRICTED MATERIALS SHOWING THE ʘ SYMBOL lots with this symbol have been identified at the time of cataloguing as containing an ivory or tortoiseshell frog which may be subject to restrictions regarding import or export. the information is specific to the frogs on a bow and does not refer to the faceplates or tips. ingles & hayday assume that all bows have ivory faceplates unless otherwise specified on the condition report. the absence of the symbol is not a warranty that there are no restrictions regarding import or export of the lot; bidders should refer to condition 10 of the conditions of business for buyers. Please also refer to the section on endangered Species in the information on buying at auction.

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CONDITIONS OF BUSINESS FOR BUYERS

1. INTRODUCTION (a) ingles & hayday ltd and the Seller’s contractual relationship with prospective buyers is governed by: (i) these conditions of business;

(ii) the conditions of business for Sellers which are available upon request from ingles & hayday ltd;

(iii) ingles & hayday ltd authenticity Guarantee as printed in the sale catalogue;

(iv) any additional notices and terms printed in the sale catalogue, and as amended by any saleroom notice or auctioneer’s announcement at the auction.

(b) as auctioneer, ingles & hayday ltd acts as agent for the Seller. a sale contract is made directly between the Seller and the buyer. however, ingles & hayday ltd may own a lot (and in such circumstances acts in a principal capacity as Seller) and/or may have a legal, beneficial or financial interest in a lot as a secured creditor or otherwise. 2. COMMON TERMS IN THESE CONDITIONS OF BUSINESS; “bidder” is any person considering, making or attempting to make a bid, by whatever means, and includes buyers. “buyer” is the person who makes the highest bid or whose offer is accepted by the auctioneer, and includes such person’s principal when bidding as agent.

“buyer’s expenses” are any costs or expenses due to ingles & hayday ltd from the buyer in respect of the sale of the Property, including an amount in respect of any applicable vat thereon.

“buyer’s Premium” is the commission payable by the buyer on the hammer Price at the rates set out in ‘Useful information for buying at auction’; “counterfeit” is as defined in ingles & hayday ltd authenticity Guarantee.

“hammer Price” is the highest bid accepted by the auctioneer by the fall of the hammer, or in the case of a post-auction sale, the agreed sale price.

“ingles & hayday” means ingles & hayday ltd, the limited company which has its registered office at 77 Great titchfield Street, london W1W 6rf “Purchase Price” is the hammer Price and applicable buyer’s Premium and vat.

“reserve” is the (confidential) minimum hammer Price at which the Seller has agreed to sell a lot.

prediction of the selling price or value of the lot and may be revised from time to time in ingles & hayday’s absolute discretion.

“vat” is value added tax at the prevailing rate. further information is contained in ‘Useful information for buying at auction’.

(f) Subject to the matters referred to in conditions 3(a) to 3(e) above and to the specific exclusions contained at condition 4 below, ingles & hayday shall exercise such reasonable care when making express statements in catalogue descriptions or condition reports as is consistent with its role as auctioneer of lots in the sale to which these conditions relate, and in the light of (i) the information provided to it by the Seller, (ii) scholarship and technical knowledge; and (iii) the generally accepted opinions of relevant experts in each case at the time any such express statement is made.

“Seller” is the person offering a lot for sale (including their agent, other than ingles & hayday), executors or personal representatives.

3. DUTIES OF BIDDERS AND OF INGLES & HAYDAY LTD IN RESPECT OF ITEMS FOR SALE

(a) ingles & hayday’s knowledge in relation to each lot is partially dependent on information provided to it by the Seller, and ingles & hayday is not able to and does not carry out exhaustive due diligence on each lot. bidders acknowledge this fact and accept responsibility for carrying out inspections and investigations to satisfy themselves as to the lots in which they may be interested.

(b) each lot offered for sale at ingles & hayday is available for inspection by bidders prior to the sale. ingles & hayday accepts bids on lots solely on the basis that bidders (and independent experts on their behalf, to the extent appropriate given the nature and value of the lot and the bidder’s own expertise) have fully inspected the lot prior to bidding and have satisfied themselves as to both the condition of the lot and the accuracy of its description.

(c) bidders acknowledge that many lots are of an age and type which means that they are not in perfect condition. all lots are offered for sale in the condition they are in at the time of the auction (whether or not bidders are in attendance at the auction). condition reports may be available to assist when inspecting lots. catalogue descriptions and condition reports may on occasions make reference to particular imperfections of a lot, but bidders should note that lots may have other faults not expressly referred to in the catalogue or condition report. illustrations are for identification purposes only and will not convey full information as to the actual condition of lots. (d) information provided to bidders in respect of any lot, including any estimate, whether written or oral and including information in any catalogue, condition or other report, commentary or valuation, is not a representation of fact but rather is a statement of opinion genuinely held by ingles & hayday. any estimate may not be relied on as a

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(e) no representations or warranties are made by ingles & hayday or the Seller as to whether any lot is subject to copyright or whether the buyer acquires copyright in any lot.

4. EXCLUSIONS AND LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY TO BUYERS

(a) ingles & hayday shall refund the Purchase Price to the buyer in circumstances where it deems that the lot is a counterfeit and each of the conditions of the authenticity Guarantee has been satisfied.

(b) in the light of the matters in condition 3 above and subject to conditions 4(a) and 4(e), neither ingles & hayday nor the Seller (i) is liable for any errors or omissions in information provided to bidders by ingles & hayday, whether orally or in writing, whether negligent or otherwise, except as set out in condition 3(f) above; (ii) gives any guarantee or warranty to bidders and any implied warranties and conditions are excluded (save in so far as such obligations cannot be excluded by law) other than the express warranties given by the Seller to the buyer in condition 2 of the Seller’s conditions of business; (iii) accepts responsibility to any bidders in respect of acts or omissions (whether negligent or otherwise) by ingles & hayday in connection with the conduct of auctions or for any matter relating to the sale of any lot.

(c) Unless ingles & hayday owns a lot offered for sale, it is not responsible for any breach of these conditions by the Seller.

(d) Without prejudice to condition 4(b), any claim against ingles & hayday or the Seller by a bidder is limited to the Purchase Price with

regard to that lot. neither ingles & hayday nor the Seller shall under any circumstances be liable for any consequential losses.

(e) none of this condition 4 shall exclude or limit ingles & hayday’s liability in respect of any fraudulent misrepresentation made by ingles & hayday or the Seller, or in respect of death or personal injury caused by the negligent acts or omissions of ingles & hayday or the Seller. 5. BIDDING AT AUCTION

(a) ingles & hayday has absolute discretion to refuse admission to the auction. bidders must complete a Paddle registration form and supply such information and references as required by ingles & hayday. bidders act as principal unless they have ingles & hayday’s prior written consent to bid as agent for another party. bidders are personally liable for their bid and are jointly and severally liable with their principal if bidding as agent.

(b) ingles & hayday advises bidders to attend the auction but will seek to carry out absentee written bids which are in Pounds Sterling and, in ingles & hayday’s opinion, clear and received sufficiently in advance of the sale of the lot, endeavouring to ensure that the first received of identical written bids has priority. Where available, written and telephone bids are offered as an additional service for no extra charge, at the bidder’s risk and shall be undertaken with reasonable care subject to ingles & hayday’s other commitments at the time of the auction. ingles & hayday therefore cannot accept liability for failure to place such bids. telephone bids may be recorded. 6. CONDUCT OF THE AUCTION

(a) all lots are offered subject to a reserve, which shall be no higher than the low presale estimate at the time of the auction. (b) the auctioneer has discretion at any time to refuse any bid, withdraw any lot, re-offer a lot for sale (including after the fall of the hammer) if he believes there may be error or dispute, and take such other action as he reasonably thinks fit.

(c) the auctioneer will commence and advance the bidding at levels and in increments he considers appropriate and is entitled to place a bid or series of bids on behalf of the Seller up to the reserve on the lot, without indicating he is doing so and whether or not other bids are placed. (d) Subject to condition 6(b), the contract between the buyer and the Seller is concluded


on the striking of the auctioneer’s hammer, whereupon the buyer becomes liable to pay the Purchase Price. (e) any post-auction sale of lots offered at auction shall incorporate these conditions as if sold in the auction. 7. PAYMENT AND COLLECTION

(a) Unless otherwise agreed, payment of the Purchase Price for a lot and any buyer’s expenses are due by the buyer in Pounds Sterling immediately on conclusion of the auction (the "due date) notwithstanding any requirements for export, import or other permits for such lot.

(b) title in a purchased lot will not pass until ingles & hayday has received the Purchase Price and buyer’s expenses for that lot in cleared funds. ingles & hayday is not obliged to release a lot to the buyer until title in the lot has passed and appropriate identification has been provided, and any earlier release does not affect the passing of title or the buyer’s unconditional obligation to pay the Purchase Price and buyer’s expenses.

(c) the buyer is obliged to arrange collection of purchased lots no later than seven (7) calendar days after the date of the auction. Purchased lots are at the buyer’s risk (and therefore their sole responsibility for insurance) from the earliest of i) collection or ii) seven calendar days after the auction. Until risk passes, ingles & hayday will compensate the buyer for any loss or damage to the lot up to a maximum of the Purchase Price paid. buyers should note that ingles & hayday’s assumption of liability for loss or damage is subject to the exclusions set out in condition 6 of the conditions of business for Sellers. (d) for all items stored by a third party and not available for collection from ingles & hayday premises, the supply of authority to release to the buyer shall constitute collection by the buyer.

(e) all packing and handling is at the buyer’s risk. ingles & hayday will not be liable for any acts or omissions of third party packers or shippers. 8. REMEDIES FOR NON PAYMENT

Without prejudice to any rights the Seller may have, if the buyer without prior agreement fails to make payment for the lot within five days of the auction. ingles & hayday ltd may in its sole discretion (having informed the Seller) exercise one or more of the following remedies: (a) store the lot at its premises or elsewhere at the buyer’s sole risk and expense; (b) cancel the sale of the lot;

(c) set off any amounts owed to the buyer by ingles & hayday against any amounts owed to ingles & hayday by the buyer in respect of the lot;

(d) apply any payments made to ingles & hayday by the buyer as part of the Purchase price and buyer’s expenses towards that or any other lot purchased by the buyer, or to any shortfall on the resale of any lot pursuant to paragraph (h) below, or to any damages suffered by ingles & hayday as a result of breach of contract by the buyer; (e) reject future bids from the buyer or render such bids subject to payment of a deposit;

(f) charge interest at 6% per annum above hSbc bank plc base rate from the due date to the date the Purchase Price and relevant buyer’s expenses are received in cleared funds;

(g) exercise a lien over any of the buyer’s property which is in the possession of ingles & hayday. ingles & hayday shall inform the buyer of the exercise of any such lien and within 14 days of such notice may arrange the sale of such property and apply the proceeds to the amount owed to ingles & hayday;

(h) resell the lot by auction or private sale, with estimates and reserves at ingles & hayday’s discretion. in the event such resale is for less than the Purchase Price and buyer’s expenses for that lot, the buyer will remain liable for the shortfall together with all costs incurred in such resale; (i) commence legal proceedings to recover the Purchase Price and buyer’s expenses for that lot, together with interest and the costs of such proceedings on a full indemnity basis; or (j) release the name and address of the buyer to the Seller to enable the Seller to commence legal proceedings to recover the amounts due and legal costs. ingles & hayday will take reasonable steps to notify the buyer prior to releasing such details to the Seller. 9. FAILURE TO COLLECT PURCHASES

(a) if the buyer pays the Purchase Price and buyer’s expenses but fails to collect a purchased lot within thirty (30) calendar days of the auction, the lot will be stored at the buyer’s expense (and risk) with a third party. See Storage charges, below.

(b) if a purchased lot is paid for but not collected within six months of the auction, the buyer authorises ingles & hayday, having given notice to the buyer to arrange a resale of the item by auction or private sale, with estimates and reserves at ingles & hayday’s discretion. the proceeds of such sale, less all costs incurred by ingles & hayday, will be forfeited unless collected by the buyer within two years

of the original auction.

10. EXPORT AND PERMITS it is the buyer’s sole responsibility to identify and obtain any necessary export, import, endangered species or other permit for the lot. any symbols or notices in the sale catalogue reflect ingles & hayday’s reasonable opinion at the time of cataloguing and offer bidders general guidance only. Without prejudice to conditions 3 and 4 above, ingles & hayday and the Seller make no representations or warranties as to whether any lot is or is not subject to export or import restrictions or any embargoes. the denial of any permit or licence shall not justify cancellation or rescission of the sale contract or any delay in payment. 11. GENERAL

(a) all images and other materials produced for the auction are the copyright of ingles & hayday, for use at ingles & hayday’s discretion.

(b) notices to ingles & hayday should be in writing, quoting the reference number and sale date specified at the beginning of the sale catalogue. notices to ingles & hayday’s clients shall be addressed to the last address formally notified by them to ingles & hayday. (c) Should any provision of these conditions of business be held unenforceable for any reason, the remaining provisions shall remain in full force and effect.

(d) these conditions of business are not assignable by any buyer without ingles & hayday’s prior written consent, but are binding on buyers' successors, assigns and representatives. no act, omission or delay by ingles & hayday shall be deemed a waiver or release of any of its rights. (e) the contracts (rights of third Parties) act 1999 is excluded by these conditions of business and shall not apply to any contract made pursuant to them.

(f) the materials listed in condition 1(a) above set out the entire agreement and understanding between the parties with respect to the subject matter hereof. it is agreed that, save in respect of liability for fraudulent misrepresentation, no party has entered into any contract pursuant to these terms in reliance on any representation, warranty or undertaking which is not expressly referred to in such materials. I2. DATA PROTECTION in connection with the management and operation of our business and the marketing and supply of services, or as required by law, we may ask clients to provide personal

information about themselves or obtain information about clients from third parties (e.g., credit information). if clients provide ingles & hayday with information that is defined by law as “sensitive", they agree that ingles & hayday may use it for the above purposes. ingles & hayday will not use or process sensitive information for any other purpose without the client’s express consent. if you would like further information, would like to make corrections to your information or would prefer not to receive details of future events, please contact us: +44(0)20 7042 7337 / info@ingleshayday.com. in order to fulfil the services clients have requested, ingles & hayday may disclose information to third parties (e.g., shippers). Some countries do not offer equivalent legal protection of personal information to that offered within the eU. it is ingles & hayday’s policy to require that any such third parties respect the privacy and confidentiality of our clients’ information and provide the same level of protection for clients’ information as provided within the eU, whether or not they are located in a country that offers equivalent legal protection of personal information. by agreeing to these conditions of business, clients agree to such disclosure. clients will please note that for security purposes, ingles & hayday’s premises and auction venues at Sotheby’s, are subject to video recording. telephone calls e.g., telephone and voicemail messages may also be recorded.

13. LAW AND JURISDICTION Governing Law these conditions of business and all aspects of all matters, transactions or disputes to which they relate or apply shall be governed by and interpreted in accordance with english law.

Jurisdiction for the benefit of ingles & hayday, all bidders and Sellers agree that the courts of england are to have exclusive jurisdiction to settle all disputes arising in connection with all aspects of all matters or transactions to which these conditions of business relate or apply. all parties agree that ingles & hayday shall retain the right to bring proceedings in any court other than the courts of england.

Service of Process all bidders and Sellers irrevocably consent to service of process or any other documents in connection with proceedings in any court by facsimile transmission, personal service, delivery by mail or in any other manner permitted by english law, the law of the place of service or the law of the jurisdiction where proceedings are instituted, at the last address of the buyer or Seller known to ingles & hayday or any other usual address.

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77 Great Titchfield Street: lots will be released to you or your authorised representative when full and cleared payment has been received by ingles & hayday, together with settlement of any removal, interest, handling and storage charges thereon, appropriate identification has been provided and a release note has been produced. our opening hours are 9.30-4.30pm Monday-friday, excluding bank holidays. any purchased lots that have not been collected within 30 days from the date of the auction will be subject to handling and storage charges at the rates set out below. STORAGE CHARGES any purchased lots that have not been collected within 30 days from the date of the auction will be subject to handling and storage charges at the following rate: £4 plus vat per lot per day. LIABILITY FOR LOSS OR DAMAGE buyers are reminded that ingles & hayday accepts liability for loss or damage to lots for a maximum period of seven (7) calendar days after the date of the auction. Please refer to condition 7 of the conditions of business for buyers.

INGLES & HAYDAY’S AUTHENTICITY GUARANTEE FOR MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS if ingles & hayday sells an item which subsequently is shown to be a "counterfeit", subject to the terms below, ingles & hayday will set aside the sale and refund to the buyer the total amount paid by the buyer to ingles & hayday for the item, in Pounds Sterling.

for these purposes, "counterfeit" means a lot that in ingles & hayday’s opinion is an imitation created to deceive as to authorship or origin, where the correct description of such matters is not reflected by the description in the catalogue (taking into account the Glossary of terms below). no lot shall be considered a counterfeit by reason only of any damage and/or restoration and/or modification work of any kind (including re-varnishing or overvarnishing). Please note that this Guarantee does not apply if either: (i) the catalogue description was in accordance with the generally accepted opinion(s) of scholar(s) and expert(s) at the date of the sale, or the catalogue description indicated that there was a conflict of such opinions; or

(ii) the only method of establishing at the date of the sale that the item was a counterfeit would have been by means of processes not then generally available or accepted, unreasonably expensive or impractical to use,

or likely to have caused damage to the lot or likely (in ingles & hayday’s reasonable opinion) to have caused loss of value to the lot; or (iii) there has been no material loss in value of the lot from its value had it been in accordance with its description; or (iv) in the case of musical instrument bows where it is established on removal of the lapping, that the bow is a composite piece.

this Guarantee is provided for a period of thirty (30) days after the date of the relevant auction, is solely for the benefit of the buyer and may not be transferred to any third party. to be able to claim under this Guarantee, the buyer must:(i) notify ingles & hayday immediately on receiving any information that causes the buyer to question the authenticity or attribution of the item, specifying the reasons why it is thought to be counterfeit; and (ii) return the item to ingles & hayday in the same condition as at the date of sale to the buyer and be able to transfer good title in the item, free from any third party claims arising after the date of the sale.

ingles & hayday has discretion to waive any of the above requirements. ingles & hayday may require the buyer to obtain at the buyer’s cost the reports of two independent and recognised experts in the field, mutually acceptable to ingles & hayday and the buyer. ingles & hayday shall not be bound by any reports produced by the buyer and reserves the right to seek additional expert advice at its own expense. OTHER NOTICES

ESTIMATES IN EUROS as a guide to potential buyers, estimates for this sale are also shown in euros. the estimates printed in the catalogue in Pounds Sterling have been converted at the following rate, which was current at the time of printing. the estimates printed in the catalogue in Pounds Sterling have been converted at the exchange rate correct at the time of the catalogue going to press. these estimates may have been rounded. by the date of the sale this rate is likely to have changed, and buyers are recommended to check before bidding. during the sale ingles & hayday may provide a screen to show currency conversions as bidding progresses. this is intended for guidance only and all bidding will be in Pounds Sterling. ingles & hayday is not responsible for any error or omissions in the operation of the currency converter. Payment for purchases is due in Pounds Sterling.

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LIABILITY FOR LOSS OR DAMAGE FOR PURCHASED LOTS Purchasers are requested to arrange clearance as soon as possible and are reminded that ingles & hayday accepts liability for loss or damage to lots for a maximum period of seven (7) calendar days following the date of the auction. Please refer to condition 7 of the conditions of business for buyers.

SAFETY AT INGLES & HAYDAY ingles & hayday ltd is concerned for your safety while you are on our premises and we endeavour to display items safely so far as is reasonably practicable. nevertheless, should you handle any items on view at our premises, you do so at your own risk. Some items can be large and/or heavy and can be dangerous if mishandled. Should you wish to view or inspect any items more closely please ask for assistance from a member of staff to ensure your safety and the safety of the property on view. DOCUMENTS AND CERTIFICATES clients are reminded that they should collect documents and certificates relating to lots directly from ingles & hayday. on request, ingles & hayday will arrange postage to the buyer by recorded delivery. however, ingles & hayday cannot accept any responsibility for documents and certificates subsequently dispatched in this manner. GLOSSARY OF TERMS

Standard terms and phrases have been used in describing the Musical instruments included in this catalogue. We strongly recommend that all potential buyers read the following summary of the cataloguing terms. if a potential buyer is uncertain as to the meaning of a cataloguing term, we suggest that further clarification is sought from ingles & hayday. Potential buyers should also note that any statement as to authorship, attribution, origin, date, age, provenance and condition is a statement of our opinion and is not to be relied upon as a statement of fact. We reserve the right, in forming our opinion, to consult and rely upon any expert or authority considered by us to be reliable. Please read carefully the terms of the authenticity Guarantee and the conditions of business for buyers set out above in this catalogue, in particular conditions 3 and 4.

1. JEAN BAPTISTE VUILLAUME, (b Mirecourt, 1798; d Paris, 1875) the instrument is in our opinion the work of the named maker. this category also includes instruments which were originally sold under

the name of a particular dealer which were made especially for that dealer by a maker or workman who is in many cases unknown or unidentifiable. 2. ASCRIBED TO JEAN BAPTISTE VUILLAUME. the instrument is believed to be by the named maker in the opinion of the author(s) or the authorities 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 or from the period of this maker. 3. ATTRIBUTED TO JEAN BAPTISTE VUILLAUME. a traditional attribution as to the identity of the maker or date of manufacture of an instrument with which we do not necessarily agree.

4. WORKSHOP OF JEAN BAPTISTE VUILLAUME. in our opinion the instrument was probably executed by an unknown hand on the premises of and under the direct supervision of the named maker.

5. CIRCLE OF JEAN BAPTISTE VUILLAUME in our opinion, the instrument was executed by a contemporary of the named maker and exhibits his characteristics. 6. FOLLOWER OF JEAN BAPTISTE VUILLAUME; AND SCHOOL OF JEAN BAPTISTE VUILLAUME in our opinion, the instrument bears the characteristics of the named maker but may not be from the period of this maker.

7. LABELLED OR STAMPED OR INSCRIBED these terms are descriptive only and are not used by us to indicate our opinion as to the authorship, attribution, origin, date, age or provenance of an instrument. Unless a contrary opinion is expressed by us in the written description of a lot, potential buyers are advised to assume that an instrument which is labelled, stamped or inscribed with the name of a maker is not by that maker and may be a later copy or modelled after that maker. biographical details in this catalogue are drawn from: the new Grove dictionary (sixth edition); von lütgendorff die Geigen –und lautenmacher von Mittelalter bis sur Gegenwart; William henley Universal dictionary of violin & bow Makers, and other standard sources. no assertion is made to the accuracy of these details.


INDEX BOWS bazin, charles alfred; probably by 35 bazin, charles louis 29 bazin, charles nicolas 90, 112 clasquin, célestin 104 colas, Prosper 110 dodd, edward; probably by 47 dodd, John 95 fétique, Jules 40 fétique, victor 50 finkel, Johannes 89 Grünke, richard 103 henry, Joseph 45, 106 hill & Sons, W. e. 31, 32, 33, 34, 91, 92, 93, 94, 144, 145, 146, 155, 156, 160, 162 lamy, Joseph alfred 101, 151, 152 liu, lloyd 158 Martin, Jean Joseph 51 Morizot, louis Joseph 30 nürnberger, albert 36, 161, 164, 165 Peccatte, charles; attributed to 150 Peccatte, dominique 153, 159 Peccatte, françois; workshop of 44 Persoit, Jean 46 retford, William charles 163 Sartory, eugène 37, 38, 39, 98, 99, 100 Schmidt, hans-Karl 97 Schuster, adolf 96 Simon, Pierre 114 taylor, Michael 41 thomassin, victor 52 tourte, françois Xavier; attributed to 154 tubbs, James 116, 117 vigneron, Joseph arthur 49, 115, 149 voirin, françois nicolas 43, 108, 109, 148 Watson, William 147 CELLOS ceruti, Giovanni battista; ascribed to dall'aglio, Giuseppe; circle of dollenz, Giuseppe; probably by farotti, celeste forster, William

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Millant, roger & Max Moiner, alain rogeri, Giovanni battista; attributed to thibouville-lamy, Jérôme ventapane School vuillaume, Sebastian VIOLAS blanchi, albert diehl, Johann hill Workshop tononi, carlo VIOLINS amati, dom nicolo; circle of antoniazzi, romeo aubert, claude bailly, Paul balestrieri, tommaso becker, carl blanchard, Paul broschi, carlo; ascribed to calcagni, bernardo capela, antonio carcassi, lorenzo & tomaso carcassi, tomaso; probably by caussin, françois cuypers, Johannes theodorus dalinger, Sebastian darche, hilaire de luccia, Gennaro deconet, Michele; ascribed to duke, richard; circle of eberle, tomaso fagnola, annibale; attributed to Gabrielli, Giovanni battista Gadda, Mario; possibly by Gagliano, Giuseppe, antonio & Giovanni Gagliano, nicolo; ascribed to Gaida, Giovanni Gand & bernardel frères Germain, Émile Guadagnini, Giovanni battista

123 126 131 120 124 122 58 54 56 59 173 179 16 12 185 25 172 83 79 11 22 72 4 27 15 84 13 81 77 181 14 184 85 63 78 6 10 67 186

Guarneri, andrea; attributed to Guersan, louis hel, Pierre Joseph hill & Sons, W. e. hornsteiner, Joseph; probably by Jacobs, hendrik; probably by Jacquot, charles Kloz, Joan carol landolfi. carlo ferdinando Melegari, enrico clodoveo Panormo, vincenzo Pique, françois louis Puglisi, reale rapoport, haim ravizza, carlo rugeri, francesco Salomon, Jean-baptiste deshayes Scarampella, Stefano; ascribed to Sgarabotto, Gaetano; follower of Siccardi, Sergio Silvestre, Pierre Sironi, ambrogio Storioni, lorenzo Stradivari, antonio testore, carlo antonio; probably by testore, Pietro antonio; ascribed to tononi, Giovanni; ascribed to vinaccia, Pasquale Widhalm, leopold Wulme-hudson, George; circle of

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CONDITIONS OF ABSENTEE & TELEPHONE BIDDING

Please place your bids as early as possible, as in the event of identical absentee bids the earliest received will take precedence. bids should be submitted at least twentyfour hours before the auction.

all bids are subject to the conditions of business applicable to the sale printed in the sale catalogue. buyer’s Premium in the amount stated in the section “Useful information for buying at auction”, in the back of the sale catalogue and on www.ingleshayday.com will be added to the hammer price as part of the total purchase price, plus any applicable taxes and charges.

Before the Auction we will try to purchase the lot(s) of your choice for the lowest price possible (dependent on the reserve price and other bids) and never for more than the maximum bid amount that have you indicated. Where appropriate, your bids will be rounded down to the nearest amount consistent with the auctioneers bidding increments. if bidding by telephone, we suggest that you leave a maximum bid which we can execute on your behalf in the event that we are unable to reach you. on request and with sufficient notice, we may be able to have multi-lingual staff available to execute bids for you. Please refer to condition 5 of the conditions of business printed in the sale catalogue After the Auction Successful bidders will receive an invoice detailing their purchases and giving instructions for payment and clearance of goods. COMPLETING THIS FORM

this form should be used for one auction only. the sale date is shown on the top right of this form.

Please record accurately the lot numbers, descriptions and the maximum hammer price you are willing to pay for each lot. instructions to “bUY” on unlimited bids will not be accepted. bids must be numbered in the same order as the lots appear in the catalogue.

alternate bids for items can be made by placing the word 'or' between lot numbers.

this means if your bid on an early lot is successful, we will not continue to bid on subsequent lots for you or if your early bids are unsuccessful, we will continue to execute bids for the remaining lots listed on your absentee bidding form.

if you are arranging a telephone bid, please clearly specify the telephone number on which you can be reached at the time of the sale, including the country code. We will call you from the saleroom shortly before the relevant lot is offered. IDENTIFICATION

You will be asked to present documentation confirming your identity before your property or sale proceeds can be released to you. We may also contact you to request a bank reference before executing your bid or granting permission to bid on the telephone.

Please provide government issued photographic identification such as a passport, identity card or drivers licence and confirm your permanent address.

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Please note that the execution of absentee and telephone bids is offered as an additional service for no extra charge. Such bids are executed at the bidder’s risk and undertaken subject to ingles & hayday ltd’s other commitments at the time of the auction. ingles & hayday ltd therefore cannot accept liability for any error or failure to place such bids.

bids will be executed for the lowest price as is permitted by other bids or reserves. Where appropriate your written bids will be rounded down to the nearest amount consistent with the auctioneer’s bidding increments. PAYMENT

in the event that you are successful, payment is due immediately after the sale unless otherwise agreed in advance. Payment may be made by bank transfer, credit card (subject to a surcharge), debit card or cheque. You will be sent full details on how to pay with your invoice. DATA PROTECTION

from time to time, ingles & hayday ltd may ask clients to provide personal information about themselves or obtain information about clients from third parties (e.g. credit information). if you provide ingles & hayday ltd with information that is defined by law as "sensitive", you agree that ingles & hayday ltd may use it in connection with the management and operation of our business and the marketing and supply of ingles & hayday’s services, or as required by law. ingles & hayday ltd will not use or process sensitive information for any other purpose without your express consent. if you would like further information on ingles & hayday ltd’s policies on personal data, to opt out of receiving marketing material, or to make corrections to your information please contact us on +44 (0)20 7042 7337 / info@ingleshayday.com

in order to fulfil the services that clients have requested, ingles & hayday ltd may disclose information to third parties (e.g. shippers). Some countries do not offer equivalent legal protection of personal information to that offered within the eU. it is ingles & hayday ltd’s policy to require that any such third parties respect the privacy and confidentiality of our clients' information and provide the same level of protection for client’s information as provided within the eU, whether or not they are located in a country that offers equivalent legal protection of personal information. by signing this absentee and telephone bidding form you agree to such disclosure, please note that for security purposes ingles & hayday ltd’s premises are subject to video recording. telephone calls e.g. telephone bidding/voicemail messages may also be recorded.


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