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Musical Instruments – Online: for Students, Restoration & the Trade Sale 2670T

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Musical Instruments – Online: for Students, Restoration & the Trade


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How to Bid – Online Auctions

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Lots 1–278

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1 Violin, labeled ...STRADIVARIUS..., length of back 358 mm. $300-500 2 Violin, Mirecourt, c. 1800, labeled ...PRESSENDA..., branded MOUGEL A. TURIN, length of back 358 mm. $200-400 3 Violin, labeled ...GOFRILLER..., length of back 352 mm. $300-500 4 Violin, labeled ...AMATUS..., length of back 354 mm. $200-400 5 Violin, unlabeled, length of back 360 mm, with case and bow. $200-400 6 French Violin, labeled ...MIRECOURT..., length of back 356 mm, with case. $300-500 7 Saxon Violin, c. 1780, unlabeled, length of back 362 mm, with case. $100-200 8 Violin, labeled ...VUILLAUME..., length of back 358 mm, with case. $200-400 9 Child’s German Violin, c. 1920, labeled ...ANTON SCHROETTER..., length of back 330 mm, with case and bow. $50-75

12 Three Small Modern Violins, one labeled ...REPUBLIC OF CHINA..., one Saxon, unlabeled, and the third labeled ...JOHN G. MURDOCH AND CO., LONDON..., length of backs 340, 335, and 331 mm. $200-400 13 Saxon Violin, labeled ...ROBERT A..DOLLING..., length of back 356 mm, with case. $400-600 14 Tyrolean Violin, c. 1780, labeled ...JOHANN MICHAEL JAIS..., length of back 357 mm, with case and two bows. $600-800 15 German Three-quarter-size Violin, labeled ...J.A.BAADER., MITTENWALD..., length of back 340 mm, with case. $200-300 16 One-sixteenth-size German Violin, length of back 247 mm, with case and two bows. $300-400 17 Violin, labeled ...COPY OF ANTONIUS STRADIVARIUS..., length of back 362 mm. $100-200 18 German Violin, labeled ...JOANNES GEORGIUS HUBER..., length of back 359 mm. $100-200 19 French One-half-size Mirecourt Violin, length of back 310 mm, with case. $200-400

10 French Violin, branded ...SALZAR..., length of back 356 mm, with wood case. $200-400

20 Two German Violins, One Three-quartersize, One Five-eighth-size, c. 1920, each with a case and a bow. $300-500

11 Modern Violin, c. 1920, unlabeled, length of back 362 mm, with case. $300-500

21 Violin, labeled ...JOHN JUZEK..., length of back 360 mm, with case. $200-300

22 One-half-size Violin, labeled ...ANTONIUS STRADIVARIUS...MADE IN JAPAN, length of back 317 mm, with case and bow. $200-400 23 Saxon Violin, labeled ...GUADAGNINI..., length of back 358 mm. $200-400 24 Violin, labeled ...STRADIVARIUS..., length of back 358 mm. $200-400 25 German Violin, labeled ...COPY OF ANTONIUS STRADIVARIUS..., length of back 360 mm. $300-500 26 One-half-size Violin, labeled ...STRADIVARIUS., MADE IN CZECHOSLOVAKIA... length of back 308 mm. $100-200 27 Violin, labeled ...JOSEPH GUARNERIUS..., length of back 358 mm. $300-500 28 Violin, School of D. Nicolas, length of back 356 mm. $100-300 29 Violin, labeled ...HEBERLIN..., the letters RL encircled in an oval, length of back 358 mm. $100-200 30 Seven-eighths-size German Violin, branded AMATI below the neck button, length of back 343 mm. $100-200 31 Violin, labeled ...ZANOLI..., length of back 353 mm, with case and bow. $600-800 32 Violin, labeled ...HEIMER..., length of back 360 mm, with case and two bows. $80-100

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33 German Violin, c. 1930, labeled ...COPY OF ANTONIUS STADIVARIUS MADE BY ERNST HEINRICH ROTH, length of back 358 mm, with case and bow. $300-500 34 Modern Violin, labeled ...GIOVAN PAULO MAGGINI..., length of back 370 mm, with case. $100-300

44 Modern German Violin, labeled ...CASPAR DA SALO..., length of back 363 mm, with case. $100-300 45 Violin, Signed Jenny Bailly, No. 135, 1920, labeled ...J. BAILLY, A PARIS..., length of back 356 mm. $400-600

35 Student Violin, length of back 358 mm, with case. $100-200

46 German Three-quarter-size Violin, labeled ...ANTON SCHROETTER..., on top of another label, length of back 341 mm. $100-200

36 American Violin, c. 1880, branded DJF, length of back 355 mm, with case and bow. $300-500

47 Three-quarter-size Student German Violin, length of back 333 mm. $100-200

37 Violin, labeled ...ANTONIUS STRADIVARIUS..., length of back 358 mm, with case and fiberglass bow. $200-300

48 Three-quarter-size German Violin, labeled ...ANTONIUS STRADIVARIUS..., length of back 338 mm. $80-100

38 Violin, 2004, labeled ...JOHANNES ROHR..., length of back 356 mm, with case and fiberglass bow. $300-500

49 Three-quarter-size German Violin, labeled ...COPY OF ANTONIUS STRADIVARIUS..., length of back 338 mm. $100-200

39 Student Violin, unlabeled, length of back 356 mm, with case. $100-200

50 Framed Portrait of a Violinist, signed by P.B. Browne, 1907, u.r., oil on canvas, framed dimensions 12 x 10 in. $20-30

40 German Violin, 1989, labeled ...WENZL FUCHS..., length of back 359 mm, with case. $200-400 41 Violin, 2004, labeled ...JOHANNES ROHR..., length of back 356 mm, with case and fiberglass bow. $300-500 42 Two Violins, one seven-eighths-size and one one-tenth-size, each with case and bow. $200-300 43 American Violin, 1933, labeled ...ROBERT HOLT, BELFAST, ME..., length of back 355 mm, with case. $300-500

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51 Three Framed Photographs, including “Reel of Tulloch, Pipers and Dancers,” four photographs of an accordion repair shop, and a photograph of Symphony Players, framed dimensions to 7 1/2 x 16 1/2 in. $30-50 52 Eleven Framed Photographs of the Stusick Family of Springfield, Massachusetts, framed dimensions to 15 x 12 in. $60-80 53 Framed Color Print, “Spring Cleaning,” framed dimensions 33 1/2 x 23 1/2 in. $30-50

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54 Three Framed Signed Photographs, of Billy Barty, Billy Barty in a Hollywood Baby Orchestra, and the Esther Harkins Baby Orchestra, framed dimensions to 8 1/2 x 10 in. $30-50 55 Eight Framed Pictures, Photos, and Cabinet Cards, c. 1880-1920, depicting American female violinists, framed dimensions 10 1/2 x 8 1/2 in. $30-50 56 Three Framed Items, including a puzzle of a violin, a print of Old King Cole with a trio, and a photograph of a boy violinist, framed dimensions to 15 1/2 x 12 in. $10-20 57 Framed Print of a Band, Probably Providence, c. 1900, framed dimensions 17 3/4 x 21 3/4 in. $30-50 58 Framed Print of the Everett YMCA Orchestra, c. 1900, framed dimensions 16 1/2 x 21 1/2 in. $30-50 59 Framed Poster of Swedish Violinmakers and Four Postcards, framed dimensions 36 x 21 1/4 in. $30-50 60 Tintype of a Violinist in a Vintage Frame, (retouched), framed dimensions 14 1/4 x 12 in. $20-30 61 Framed Photograph of a String Band, c. 1900, 14 1/2 x 18 1/4 in. $30-50 62 Two Framed Photographs, c. 1938, depicting American guitarists and mandolinists, framed dimensions to 12 1/2 x 10 1/2 in. $30-50 63 Framed Photograph of Two Child Prodigies, Possibly Yehudi Menuhin and His Sister, framed dimensions 13 x 8 in. $30-50


64 Framed Photograph of Willem Willeke and the Kneisel String Quartet, signed by Willem Willeke, 1920, framed dimensions 12 x 15 in. $30-50 65 Framed Photograph of The Caroma Trio, framed dimensions 15 1/4 x 9 1/2 in. $30-50 66 Four Assorted Framed Items, including magazine clippings and one photo, relating to the life of “Little Jimmy” from the Sizemore family, framed dimensions to 15 x 12 in. $30-50 67 Three-quarter-size Violin, labeled ...COPY OF ANTONIUS STRADIVARIUS..., length of back 338 mm. $100-200 68 Violin, labeled ...STEGLIO MAGLIA..., length of back 356 mm. $600-800 69 French Violin, labeled ...NICOLAUS GAGLIANO..., length of back 358 mm. $500-700 70 Violin, labeled ...NATIONAL INSTITUTE..., length of back 358 mm. $400-600 71 Violin, 1965, labeled ...ERNST HEINRICH ROTH, BUBENREUTH-ERLANGEN..., length of back 361 mm, with case and bow. $400-600 72 Three Violins, one unlabeled and missing neck, one labeled ...ANTONIUS STRADIVARIUS..., one labeled ...JACOBUS STAINER. $200-300 73 German Violin, labeled ...JOHANN REITER..., length of back 359 mm. $200-400 74 Saxon Violin, c. 1850, length of back 358 mm, with case. $400-600

75 Modern Saxon Viola, length of back 39.8 cm (15 5/8 in.), with case. $300-500 76 French Viola, 1982, length of back 41.6 cm (16 3/8 in.), with case. $300-500 77 Saxon Violin, After Stainer, length of back 358 mm, with case. $300-500 78 Modern French Mirecourt Violin, length of back 336 mm, with case. $200-400 79 Saxon Violin, 1899, labeled ...WILHELM DUERER..., length of back 355 mm, with case. $200-400 80 Modern Viola, unlabeled, length of back 40.5 cm (15 15/16 in.), with case. $200-400 81 Three-quarter-size Chinese Commercial Violin, unlabeled, length of back 338 mm. $100-200 82 Violin, labeled ...ANTONIO PANDOLFI..., length of back 356 mm. $100-200 83 Four Violins, two one-eighth and two one-tenth-size, including one labeled ...ANTONIUS STRADIVARIUS..., one labeled ...PROFESSIONALLY SET UP BY FOR VIOLINS AND BOWS..., one labeled ...FRANZ HOFFMANN MAESTRO..., and one labeled ...SUZUKI VIOLIN CO. NAGOYA. $100-200 84 Three Violins, including one one-quarter-size, labeled ...ANTONIUS STRADIVARIUS..., length of back 283 mm; one full-size, labeled ...KARL KNILLING..., length of back 354 mm; and one full-size violin in complete disrepair, labeled ...OFREDAS CAPPA (part of label missing), length of back 359 mm; all in cases. $200-300

85 Violin, labeled ...NICOLAUS AMATUS..., length of back 360 mm, with case and two bows. $200-300 86 Three Violins, one unlabeled, length of back 352 mm, one labeled ...AMATI.., length of back 358 mm, and one labeled ...GIUSEPPE GUARNERIUS..., length of back 355 mm. $100-200 87 Viola, c. 1970, labeled ...MADE IN HUNGARY..., length of back 40.5 cm (16 in.). $400-600 88 German Viola, Anton Schroetter, 1973, labeled ...ANTON SCHROETTER MITTENWALD BAYERN..., length of back 42 cm (16 1/2 in.). $600-800 89 German Viola, Karl Knilling, labeled ...KARL KNILLING IN MITTENWALD..., length of back 44 cm (17 3/16 in.). $600-800 90 American Violin, Calvin Baker, Boston, 1878, labeled ...CALVIN BAKER, BOSTON, NO 26, 1878, 300 YEAR OLD NORWAY WOOD, length of back 356 mm, with case. $2,000-2,400 91 Violin, c. 1966, labeled ...JOHN JUZEK..., length of back 355 mm. $500-700 92 German Violin, c. 1960, labeled ...STRADIVARIUS..., length of back 357 mm. $100-200 93 Modern Romanian Viola, 2001, bearing the maker’s label, ...GLIGA VASILE..., length of back 43.2 cm (17 in.), with case. $400-600 94 Modern Stroh Violin, replica. $100-200

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95 Violin, stamped ...HOPF..., length of back 355 mm. $400-600 96 German Violin, c. 1920, labeled ...COPY OF ANTONIUS STRADIVARIUS..., length of back 358 mm. $200-400 97 Modern Viola, c. 1990, labeled ...OTTO ERNST FISCHER..., length of back 46 cm (16 in.), with case. $400-600 98 Violin, c. 1846, labeled ...ALDRIE LUTHIER..., length of back 356 mm. $50-100 99 American Selmer B-flat Clarinet CL300, with case. $80-100 100 Selmer, Tenor Saxophone, New York, c. 1930s, serial number 71543, made by Buescher Elkhart, silver plated, original white leather pads, with case. $100-150 101 American Cornet, stamped ...KING, MASTER MODEL..., with case. $100-200 102 American Guitar, Kay Musical Instrument Company, Chicago, c. 1960, Model P3 Serial number L 5587, H.K.G., length of lower bout 15 1/2 in., with case. Note: Proceeds to go to the Boston One Fund. $100-200 103 American Four-string Vega Professional Tenor Banjo, serial #85798, diameter of head 11 in., with case. $200-300 104 American Four-string Tenor Banjo, Chicago, mother-of-pearl inlay, with ...LUDWIG..., and inscribed ...BELLEVUE..., diameter of head 10 7/8 in., with original case. $300-500

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105 Guitar, labeled ...TAKAMINE EST. 1962.., F-360S, serial number 85062141, length of back 19 15/16 in. $80-100

115 French Modern Viola, labeled ...COPIE DE ANTONIUS STRADIVARIUS..., length of back 40.2 cm (15 3/4 in.). $300-500

106 American Electric Guitar, Gibson Epiphone, inscribed on the face of the peghead ...SPECIAL MODEL, GIBSON, EPIPHONE..., serial number SJ03091627, length of body 17 1/2 in., with soft case. $200-300

116 Two Violins and a Box of Violin Parts, one unlabeled, one labeled ...UNIVERSAL FAVORITE..., the box with four tops and a rib. $100-200

107 French Violin, Lorraine School, c. 1840, labeled ...NICOLAS MEDARD..., length of back 358 mm, with case. $1,500-2,000 108 Three Violins, a child’s German violin, labeled ...KLOTZ..., a Chinese violin, and an unlabeled full-size violin, length of backs 338, 340, and 355 mm. $200-300 109 Two Guitar Cases, one Fender, and one soft case. $50-70 110 Penco Banjo, c. 1970, ht. 38 1/2, wd. 14 in., with Lifton case. $200-300 111 Luscomb Banjo, stamped ...THE LUSCOMB BANJO PATENTED AUG. 28, 1888..., with mother-of-pearl-inlaid fretboard, ht. 35, wd. 12 1/4 in., with case. $200-300 112 Italian Mandolin, labeled ...A. GALIANO, RAPHAEL CIANI, FABRICANTI DI MANDOLINI, length of body 12 5/8 in. $300-500 113 Walnut Music Stand. $80-100 114 Brass Tuba. $100-200

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117 Three Violins, one labeled ...A. SCHROETTER..., one labeled ...JOSEPH GUARNERIUS..., one labeled ...GERMANY..., length of backs 356, 358, and 356 mm. $300-400 118 German Violoncello, c. 1920, (in disrepair), unlabeled, length of back 74.5 cm. $200-400 119 Four Small Violins, a one-eighth-size violin, the other three one-quarter-size, made in South Korea, Thailand, Japan, and Germany. $100-200 120 Child’s German Cello, labeled ...ANTONIO STRADIVARIUS..., length of back 646 mm (25 1/2 in.). $200-400 121 One-quarter-size Cello, c. 1968, labeled ...FRITZ OTTO KAISER..., length of back 580 mm (22 3/4 in.). $300-400 122 Child’s One-half-size Cello, labeled ...COPY OF STRADIVARIUS..., length of back 650 mm (25 5/8 in.). $300-400 123 Child’s Three-quarter-size Cello, labeled ...MASAKICHI SUZUKI..., length of back 683 mm (26 7/8 in.). $300-400 124 Three-quarter-size Cello, c. 2001, labeled ...VIKTORIA..., 688 mm (27 in.). $300-400


125 Child’s French Cello, labeled ...ANTONIUS STRADIVARIUS..., length of back 690 mm (27 1/4 in.). $200-400 126 Restorable Full-size Cello, c. 1880, length of back 743 mm (29 1/4 in.). $600-800 127 One-half-size German Cello, 2002, labeled ...CLEMENT AND WEISE..., length of back 648 mm (25 1/2 in.), with certificate. $300-400 128 Cello, c. 1798, labeled ...JOHANN GOTTLOB GUETTER, VIOLINMACHER IN NEUKIRCHENBEI ADORF..., length of back 758 mm (29 3/4 in.). $400-600 129 German Cello, labeled ...COPY OF STRADIVARIUS..., length of back 750 mm (29 1/2 in.). $400-600 130 Violin, labeled ...STEFANO SCARAMPELLA..., length of back 360 mm, with case. $500-700 131 Four Child’s Cellos, three labeled ...KAY..., one labeled ...ENGLEHARDT..., length of backs 690 mm (27 3/16 in.) and 630 mm (24 13/16 in.), with soft cases. $300-500 132 Four Cellos, one labeled ...COPY OF STRADIVARIUS..., one marked KAY, one unlabeled, and one three-quarter-size child’s cello, labeled ...ENGLEHARDT..., length of backs 695 mm (27 3/4 in.), 760 mm (29 7/8 in.), 693 mm (27 1/4 in.), and 693 mm (27 1/4 in.), three have soft cases. $300-500 133 Three Full-Size Cellos Without Tops, one labeled ... JOHN JUZEK, 1969, MADE IN GERMANY..., one labeled ...JOHN JUZEK, MADE IN CZECHOSLOVAKIA..., and one branded ...JOHS BRUECKNER..., length of backs 756 mm (29 3/4 in.), 759 mm (29 7/8 in.), and 760 mm (29 7/8 in.). $800-1,000

134 Cello, labeled ...GERMANY..., length of back 750 mm (29 1/2 in.), with soft case. $300-500 135 Modern Cello, labeled ...JOSEF JAN DVORAK..., length of back 760 mm (30 in.) with soft case. $300-500 136 Child’s German Three-quarter-size Cello, unlabeled, length of back 700 mm (27 5/8 in.). $200-300 137 Child’s One-half-size German Cello, unlabeled, length of back 680 mm (26 3/4 in.). $400-600 138 Two Unvarnished Child’s Cellos, one unlabeled, and one labeled ...HANDARBEIT AUS MITTENWALD..., length of back 765 mm (30 1/4 in.) and 745 mm (29 3/8 in.), both with cases. $200-400 139 Two Mandolins, one inscribed ...HUB 68 between the tuning mechanism, and one labeled ...IBANEZ., ANCIENNE MAISON FONDEE FN 1881, NO. 65..., length of bodies 12, 13 in. $100-200 140 Two Balalaikas, one three-string, labeled ...COBOT, NO. 256..., and one six-string, labeled ...6P.70K..., both have beech back, pine top, and walnut inlays, length of backs 11 3/8 in., 290 mm, and 11 in. (280 mm). $80-100 141 Modern French Violin, unlabeled, length of back 333 mm. $200-300 142 Violin, 1890, labeled ...SPECIAL COPY OF STRADIVARIUS..., length of back 334 mm. $200-300 143 Violin, labeled ...LEON BERNADEL, PARIS..., length of back 356 mm. $200-300

144 Violin, unlabeled, length of back 347 mm. $200-300 145 Violin, length of back 360 mm. $100-200 146 Four Violins, one labeled ...MADE IN GERMANY..., and branded HOPF under the back button, one labeled ...STRADIVARIUS..., one labeled ...THREE STAR BRAND..., and one labeled ...HAN SUNG..., length of backs 359, 360, 337, and 354 mm. $200-400 147 Three Child’s Violins, one labeled ...MEDIO FINO..., one labeled ...STRADIVARIUS..., one modern French violin, length of backs 330, 316, and 335 mm. $200-400 148 Violin, labeled ...MADE IN THE ATELIER OF TH HEBERLEIN, JR..., length of back 357 mm. $200-400 149 Three Full-size Violins, all labeled ...STRADIVARIUS..., length of backs 356, 357, and 359 mm. $300-500 150 Two Violins, in state of total disrepair, one labeled illegibly, one unlabeled, length of backs 366, 365 mm, one with case. $200-400 151 Two Violins, unlabeled, length of backs 355 mm, 355 mm. $200-400 152 Two Violins, one labeled ...OTTO SERAPH PRAQUE 1926..., the other unlabeled, length of backs 355 mm. $200-300 153 Two Violins, one labeled ...COPIE DE STRADIVARIUS..., the other labeled ...GUARNERI..., length of backs 355 mm. $200-400

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154 German Violin, c. 1900, unlabeled, length of back 358 mm. $200-300 155 Two Violins, one labeled ...JOHN JUZEK..., the other labeled illegibly, length of backs 355 mm. $200-400 156 American Violin, 1885, labeled ...GAYLORD MARSH, WINSTED, CONNECTICUT..., length of back 360 mm. $200-300 157 Violin, labeled ...ANTON SCHROETTER..., length of back 355 mm. $100-300 158 Two One-half-size Violins, one unlabeled, one labeled ...ANTONIUS STRADIVARIUS..., length of backs 316, 311 mm. $200-300 159 Two Violins, one branded ...AMATI... on back, the other labeled ...ER PFRETZSCHNER..., length of backs 353, 332 mm. $200-400 160 Four Violins, two labeled ...COPY OF STRADIVARIUS..., one labeled LADISLAV PROKOP 1928..., one unlabeled, lengths of backs 363, 355, 358, and 355 mm. $400-600 161 Saxon Violin, unlabeled, length of back 360 mm. $300-500 162 Two Violins, one labeled ...SAN STEFANO..., the other unlabeled, length of backs 356, 353 mm. $200-400 163 American Violin, unlabeled, length of back 350 mm. $200-300

164 Violin, unlabeled, length of back 360 mm. $200-300 165 Violin Bow, ornate ivory frog adjuster, the round stick unlabeled, weight 56 grams. $50-70 166 Five Cello Bows, all round sticks, three stamped GERMANY, two unstamped, weight 68.5, 73, 71.5, 73, and 64 grams. $100-200 167 American Violin, Stephen Perry, Lowell, 1897, bearing the maker’s manuscript label, length of back 354 mm. $700-900 168 Two Violins, in state of disrepair, one labeled ...MJB KESSELS TILBURG, 1899..., the other labeled ...AMATI..., length of backs 355 mm, in a double case. $200-400 169 Twenty-one Violin Bows, seventeen full-size sticks, one octagon and sixteen round; two three-quarter-size round sticks; one seveneighth-size round stick; one five-eighth-size round stick. $150-250 170 Fourteen Assorted Violin Bows, nine full-size round sticks, four half-size round sticks, and one one-quarter-size round stick. $200-400 171 Student Violin, with attached pick-up, labeled ...HELMET SCHARTEL..., length of back 355 mm, with case and bow. $150-200 172 Five-eighths-size Violin with Hebrew Lettering, labeled ...J.H.Z... NO. 111... SAXON, length of back 338 mm, with case. $100-200 173 German Viola, unlabeled, length of back 40 cm (15 1/2 in.), with case. $100-300 174 Soft Cello Case. $20-40

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175 Violin, with multiple inlays, labeled ...ANTONIUS STRADIVARIUS..., length of back 335 mm, with case. $100-200 176 Violin, length of back 350 mm, with case and bow. $200-300 177 Violin, 1972, labeled ...KARL HOFNER..., length of back 355 mm, with case and fiberglass bow. $100-200 178 Modern Viola, labeled ...ANTON SCHUSTER..., length of back 39 cm (15 3/8 in.), with case and bow. $100-300 178A Student Viola, labeled ...ANTON SCHUSTER..., length of back 39.5 cm (15 1/2 in.), with case and fiberglass bow. $200-300 179 Violin, labeled ...KARL HAUSER..., length of back 355 mm, with case and bow. $100-300 180 Modern Viola, labeled ...BUCHAREST INSTRUMENTS..., length of back 38 cm (14 3/4 in.), with case. $100-300 181 Viola, labeled ...MEISEL..., length of back 41 cm (16 in.), with case and bow. $200-300 182 Two Violins, one labeled ...MEISEL..., the other unlabeled, with a lion’s head scroll, length of backs 337, 320 mm, both with case and bow. $200-300 183 Two Violins, one labeled ...KARL HOFFNER, 1972..., one labeled PAUL ALDEN, length of backs 355 mm, both with case, the Hoffner with a bow. $200-300


184 Two Violins, one unlabeled, one branded ...STAINER..., both with case, the Stainer with a bow, length of backs 355 mm. $100-200 185 Two Violins, one labeled ‌EMERY DEUTSCH GUARNERIUS MODEL, MADE IN GERMANY, one labeled ...ER PFRETZSCHNER, length of backs 340, 334 mm, both with case, the Pfretzschner with bow. $100-200 186 Two Violins, one labeled ...STRADIVARIUS..., one labeled ...BRETON BREVETTE..., length of backs 355 mm, both with case and fiberglass bow. $100-200 187 Two Violins, one labeled ...MEDIO FINO..., one labeled ...JACOBUS STAINER. IN ABSAM, 1665..., length of backs 333, 358 mm, with case; the Medio Fino with bow. $100-300 188 German Three-quarter-size Violin, labeled ...JOHN JUZEK..., length of back 333 mm, with bow and case. $100-200 189 Full-size Student Violin, labeled ...STRADIVARIUS..., length of back 354 mm, with case and two bows. $200-300 190 Full-size Violin, unlabeled, with multiple mother-of-pearl inlays, length of back 364 mm, with case. $100-200 191 Three German Violins, one labeled ...STRADIVARIUS..., one unlabeled, one labeled ...THE CONCERT VIOLIN..., length of backs 357, 353, 357 mm, with cases, one with bow. $200-300 192 Four Full-size Violins, two labeled ...COPY OF ANTONIUS STRADIVARIUS..., one Saxon and unlabeled, one labeled ...TON-KLAR MADE IN GERMANY FOR WILLIAM LEWIS AND SON, length of backs 358, 353, 360, and 360 mm, all in cases, one with bow. $200-400

193 Viola and Three Violins, the viola labeled ...JOHN JUZEK, MADE IN GERMANY..., one German violin labeled ...STRADIVARIUS..., one labeled ...J.C. CHRISTMAN 398 PEARL ST NEW..., one Chinese, unlabeled, length of backs 38 cm (14 7/8 in.), 360, 362, 352 mm, all in cases, three with bows. $400-600 194 Three Bows, three octagonal sticks, one nickel-silver-mounted, stamped TOURTE, weight 52 grams; one stamped OSKAR L.M..., weight 64.5 grams; one stamped SARTORY A PARIS, and stamped FRANCE on the handle, weight 64 grams. $600-800 195 Carbon Fiber Violin Bow, the round stick labeled CODA, weight 60 grams. $200-400 196 Nickel-mounted Cello Bow, stamped ARNOLD VOIGT, weight 70.5 grams. $100-200 197 Three Violin Bows, one silver-mounted octagonal stick stamped ALBERT SCHUSTER, GERMANY, and a Schuster crest on the face of the frog, with micro-photo of Jean-Bapt. Vuillaume, Paris, in the center of the pearl eye on one side of the frog; weight 45.6 grams; the other two round sticks unlabeled, weight 54.5, 47.6 grams. $700-800 198 Four Nickel-mounted Student Bows, one half-size octagonal stick stamped GILL, weight 55 grams; three full-size sticks; one octagonal unstamped, weight 61.5 grams; two round; one stamped GERMANY, weight 53.5 grams; the other, unstamped, weight 52.5 grams. $200-400 199 Pump Organ, labeled ...JOSEPH W. PRESCOTT, CONCORD, NH. $200-400 200 Eleven Nickel-mounted Violin Bows, all round sticks. $300-500 201 Nickel-mounted Violin Bow, the octagonal stick unstamped, weight 63.5 grams. $200-400

202 Four Assorted Nickel-silver-mounted Violin Bows, all round sticks, unstamped; two seven-eighth-size, two three-quarter-size; weight 56, 56.5, 57, 49.6 grams. $100-200 203 Two Nickel-mounted Violin Bows, one fullsize, one half-size, round sticks, one stamped TUBBS, weight 57 grams; one stamped GERMANY, weight 51 grams. $50-100 204 Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the round stick stamped CARRODUS, weight 52.5 grams. $200-400 205 Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the octagonal stick unstamped, weight 56 grams. $200-400 206 One Viola Bow and Two Violin Bows, one octagonal viola bow marked SPECIAL, weight 67.5 grams, one round stick, violin bows, one silver-mounted bow, marked HILL, weight 60 grams, one octagonal stick marked TOURTE, weight 58.5 grams. $200-400 207 Two German Nickel-silver-mounted Violin Bows, one octagonal stick, unstamped, weight 63 grams, one round stick stamped GERMANY, weight 62.5 grams. $100-200 208 Silver-mounted Viola Bow and a Silvermounted Violin Bow, the viola round stick, unstamped, weight 71 grams; the violin round stick stamped EDW.HERRMANN*, weight 61 grams. $300-500 209 Two Silver-mounted Violin Bows, both round sticks, one stamped C.F.RIBEIRO, one stamped JULIANO OLIVEIRA, both weight 60.5 grams. $400-600 210 Two Nickel-mounted Violin Bows, one round and one octagonal stick, unstamped, weights 61 and 63 grams. $80-100

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211 Nickel-silver-mounted Viola Bow and a Nickel-silver-mounted Cello Bow, the viola bow a round Brazil wood stick, unstamped, weight 65 grams; the cello bow a round stick stamped ADOLF BERGER, weight 75.5 grams, with twelve-slot case. $200-300 212 Violin Bow, the round stick stamped KNOPF, weight 62 grams. $200-400 213 Cello Bow, the octagonal stick stamped TOURTE, weight 82.5 grams, Brazil wood. $200-300 214 Nickel-mounted Cello Bow, the round stick unstamped, weight 78 grams. $100-200 215 Nickel-Mounted Cello Bow, the round stick stamped R. PAIGELA, weight 80 grams. $200-300 216 Half-size Nickel-mounted Cello Bow, the round stick unstamped, weight 72.5 grams. $100-200 217 Viola Bow, the octagonal stick stamped TOURTE, weight 72 grams, Brazil wood. $100-200 218 Violin Bow, the octagonal stick unstamped, weight 63.5 grams. $100-200 219 Nickel-mounted Viola Bow, the octagonal stick unstamped, weight 70.5 grams. $200-300 220 Violin Bow, the round stick stamped A.H. KARR, weight 62.5 grams. $100-200 221 Nickel-mounted Cello Bow, the round stick branded BAUSCH, MADE IN GERMANY, weight 73 grams. $300-500

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222 Nickel-silver-mounted Cello Bow, the octagonal stick stamped H.R.PFRETZSCHNER, Pfretzschner crest on face of the frog, branded G856 MADE IN GERMANY, weight 73.5 grams. $400-600 223 Nickel-silver-mounted French Violin Bow, the round stick stamped FRANCE, weight 57 grams. $100-200 224 Silver-mounted German Violin Bow, the round stick stamped PAGANINI, weight 50.5 grams. $200-400 225 Silver-mounted German Violin Bow, the round stick unstamped, weight 50 grams. $200-400 226 Silver-mounted German Violin Bow, fittings and adjuster engraved, round stick, weight 56.5 grams. $200-400 227 Silver-mounted Violoncello Bow, the round stick stamped ALFRED KNOLL, weight 80 grams. $200-400 228 Twenty-five Assorted Violin Bows. $200-300 229 Thirteen Nickel-mounted Violin Bows and Two Nickel-mounted Cello Bows, one threequarter-size violin bow, twelve full-size; one child’s cello bow, one full-size. $200-400 230 Six Nickel-silver-mounted Viola Bows, the round sticks stamped A SCHROETTER, weights 60.5, 60, 65.5, 54, 65, 64.5 grams. $100-200 231 Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the round stick stamped CARL FISCHER, weight 58 grams. $200-400

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232 Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the round stick stamped MARC LABERTE, weight 59.5 grams. $400-600 233 Violin Bow, the round stick stamped ALBERT NURNBERGER, with later adjuster, weight 59 grams. $300-500 234 Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the round stick stamped ALBERT NURNBERGER, weight 67 grams. $300-500 235 Nickel-mounted Violin Bow, the round stick stamped LYON & HEALY, weight 57.5 grams. $300-500 236 Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the octagonal stick stamped ERNST HEINRICH ROTH, weight 61 grams. $300-500 237 Nickel-mounted Violin Bow, the round stick stamped GRIMM, weight 59 grams. $200-400 238 Violin Bow, the round stick stamped DUPREE, weight 57.5 grams. $100-200 239 Sixteen Assorted Violin Bows, fifteen round sticks, one octagonal; one one-half-size, two three-quarter size, one five-eighth-size, one seven-eighth-size. $300-500 240 Nickel-mounted Violin Bow, the octagonal stick stamped T.H. PFRETZSCHNER, weight 58.5 grams. $300-500 241 Silver-mounted German Violin Bow, the round stick unstamped, weight 68.5 grams. $200-400


242 Silver-nickel-mounted Violin Bow, the round stick stamped NURNBERGER, weight 62.5 grams. $100-200 243 Nickel-silver-mounted Violin Bow, the octagonal stick stamped G.A.PFRETZSCHNER, weight 54.5 grams. $200-400 244 Three Children’s Violins, one unlabeled, one labeled ...COPY OF STRADIVARIUS..., one labeled ...STRADIVARIUS..., length of backs 335, 335, and 332 mm. $200-300 245 Three Children’s Saxon Violins, two unlabeled, one labeled ...THE METRO...AMATI VIOLIN..., length of backs 337, 332, and 337 mm. $100-200 246 Modern German Violin in Baroque Form, Walter Merzdorf, Markneukirchen, 1939, bearing the maker’s label, length of back 361 mm. $600-800 247 Kohler & Campbell Arts & Crafts Oak Upright Piano with Bench. Provenance: Penny Marshall Collection. $1,000-2,000 248 Four German Violin Bows and a German Cello Bow, four nickel-silver-mounted; of the violin bows, three round, one octagonal; the cello bow round, branded W-SEIFERT GERMANY. $80-100 249 K. Lothar Meisel and Betty Vos, The Meisel Family, Violin Makers Klingenthal, Vogtland, Saxony. $100-120

250 Ten Assorted Bows, for cello, viola, and violin; three cello sticks, two octagonal, one stamped LYON PIQUE, weight 79 grams, one stamped A.SCHROETTER, weight 71 grams one round child-sized stamped GERMANY, weight 66.5 grams; one octagonal child-sized viola bow stamped MUELLER, weight 66 grams; six violin sticks, one octagonal stamped FRITZ MEIER GERMANY, weight 56 grams; one seven-eighth-size round stick stamped MADE IN CZECHOSLOVAKIA, weight 51 grams; one round unstamped stick, weight 53 grams; one round three-quarter-size unstamped stick, weight 55 grams; one round three-quarter-size stick, stamped LOUIS, weight 49.6 grams; one round half-size stick, unstamped, weight 44.8 grams. $80-100 251 Unknown Tropical Wood Log, 5 x 40 in. $100-200 252 English Baroque Thirteen-course Lute, Thomass Goff and J.C. Cobby, London, 1955, labeled TRC GOFF ET JC COBBY, FECERUNT LONDINI, MCMLV, length of back 20 3/4 in. (527 mm), with case. $600-800 253 German Violin, labeled ...ANTONIUS STRADIVARIUS..., length of back 360 mm. $100-150 254 Ten Violin-related Books, including: Discovering Music, by McKinney and Anderson, How to Buy a Violin, by Fritz Reuter, Since the Days of Paganini, Masterpieces of the Great Violin Makers, Rare Violins, Violins and Violinists, by Franz Farga, The Art of String Quartet Playing, by M.D. Herter Norton, The Bow, its History, Manufacture and Use, by Henry Saint-George, Bow Instruments, by J.W. Giltay, and History of the Violin, by Sandys and Forster. $20-30 255 Ten Violin-related Books, including: Dictionary of Contemporary Violin and Bowmakers, by Cyril Woodcock, An Encyclopedia of the Violin, by Alberto Bachmann, Lyon and Healey’s Catalogue of Fine Violins, The Small Stradivari, by Deane Narayan, The Basis of Artistry in Violin Playing, by Edward E. Cramer, Antonio Stradivari and his Instruments, by W. Henley, Violin Making and Repairing, by Robert Alton, Dictionnaire Universel des Luthiers, by Claude Lebet, La Casa Nuziale, by Arnaldo Baruzzi, and Rare Old Violins, by Lyon and Healey. $20-30

256 Four Books, including The Pettford Centenary Edition; Bows & Bowmakers, by William C. Retford; The Bow, its History, Manufacture and Use, by Henry Saint-George, and The Abalone Book, by Peter C. Howorth. $80-100 257 Sadler, Richard, W.E. Hill & Sons (18801992), a Tribute. $50-70 258 Millant, Roger, J.B. Vuillame. $50-70 259 Four Books of Violin and Bow-related Subjects, Violin-Making: As It Was, and Is, ed. Heron-Allen; two copies of The Bow, Its History, Manufacture and Use, by Henry SaintGeorge, and Bow Instruments, by J.W. Giltay. $20-30 260 Four Violin-related Books, Tale Pieces of the Violin World, by Leslie Sheppard; Nova # 813, A WGBH Transcript; Storia di una Vernice per Violini, by Lapo Casini; Gasparo da Salo, by A.M. Mucchi. $30-50 261 Torem, Harry, Antonio Stradivari. $10-20 262 Jalovec, Karel, Italian Violin Makers. $10-20 263 Bowden, Sidney, Pajeot, in original jacket. $80-100 264 Menuhin, Yehudi, The Violin, 1996. $40-60 265 Kun, Joseph, The Art of Bow Making, in original jacket. $80-100

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266 Twenty-four Violin-related Titles, Historical Wind Instruments, by Gunter Korber; Great Violinists in Performance, by Henry Roth; The Secrets of Violin Playing, by William C. Honeyman; Der Cremoneser Lack, by Erich Knopf; Considerations sur le Violon, by E.M. Blandin; Heifetz As I Knew Him, by Ayke Agus; The History of the Violin, Vols. I and II, by E. Van der Straeten; Tribute to Szigeti, by Peggy Dufour; Annali della Biblioteca Statale e Libreria Civica di Cremona, by Elia Santoro; Heifetz, edited by Herbert R. Axelrod; The Magic Bow, by Manuel Komroff; The Violin Gallery, by George A. Dissmore; The Violin: Its Famous Makers and Their Imitators, by George Hart; Stage Fright, by Kato Havas; Known Violin Makers, by John H. Fairfield; Violins and Violinists, by Franz Farga; Violin Acoustics, by Augustus Matthews; The Book of the Violin, edited by Dominic Gill; Violin Virtuosos, by Henry Roth; Violin-Making: As It Was, And Is, by Ed. Heron-Allen; Paganini The Genoese, Vol. II, by G.I.C. de Courcy; Joys and Sorrows, Reflections by Pablo Casals, as told to Albert E. Kahn; Master Violinists in Performance, by Henry Roth. $30-50 267 Childs, Paul, The Bow-makers of the Peccatte Family. $80-100 268 Ten Books on Musical Instruments, Violins and Violinists Series of Violin Makers: Matteo Gofiller of Venice, by Ernest N. Doring; Violins and Violinists Series of Violin Makers: The Amati Family, by Ernest N. Doring; Nicolo Paganini, by G.I.C. Courcy; Truthful Statements of my Discovery, by Arno E. Tauscher; The Art of Cello Playing, by Louis Potter, Jr.; Violin-Making: As It Was, and Is, by Ed. Heron-Allen; Old Violins, by James M. Fleming; Antonio Stradivari, by Hill; What We Hear in Music, by Anne Shaw Faulkner; Musical Instruments, by A.J. Hipkins; Musical Instruments Through the Ages, by Alexander Buchner. $20-30 269 Azzolina, Umberto, Liuteria Italiana, no. 530 of an edition of 1990. $60-80 270 Selmer Clarinet, c. 1930s, made from grenadilla wood, in original case. $100-200

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271 Selmer, Tenor Saxophone, New York, with added neck brace and gig bag. $300-400 272 American Mandolin, The Gibson MandolinGuitar Company, Kalamazoo, labeled GIBSON MANDOLIN STYLE A 1, NUMBER 13110, IS HEREBY GUARANTEED... etc., one-piece back, ebony fingerboard with pearl eyes, length of back 13 7/8 in., with leather case. $300-500 273 Selmer “Bundy” E-flat Alto Horn, made in the USA, with case and Reynolds mouthpiece. $200-400 274 Elkhart-Conn Baritone Saxophone, Model 14M, E-flat, with case. $200-400 275 Vintage Borgani Soprano Saxophone, made in Italy, keyed to F, with flat metal resonators in original case. $500-700 276 Assorted Saxophone Mouthpieces, including Selmer Alto Jazz D Metal, Semi Vintage; Otto Link Tenor Tone Edge, “Older”; Yamaha Alto plastic, Rico B7 Bari plastic, Selmer S80 Alto, Deal Hard Rubber France Alto. $200-250 277 Nickel-silver-mounted Violin Bow, the round stick stamped LUDWIG BAUSCH, weight 58 grams. $100-200 278 Brescian Mandolin, Gioffredo Rinaldi, Turin, 18...7, labeled ...MARENGO RINALDI SUCC. GIOFFREDO RINALDI CORINO FECIT 18...1, length of back 11 1/4 in. $600-800

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Musical Instruments - Online: For Students, Restoration & The Trade  

Skinner is pleased to offer the first online-only Musical Instruments auction September 18 through September 24. The auction features over 2...

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