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Sale 2767B November 9, 2014 Boston
Fine
Musical
Instruments
Sale 2767B
November 9, 2014
Boston
Fine
Musical
Instruments
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Jill Arbetter
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508.970.3216
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Auction 2767B
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Lots 1–302
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Provenance
Edouard Kesner
Dr. Emerson Neil Milligram
Edouard Kesner (1920–2006) grew up in New York City. He
made his debut at the age of seven, playing the Paganini Violin
Concerto with the Stamford Symphony. He was a graduate of
the Juilliard School of Music, and studied with Leopold Auer,
among others. He played other instruments including the piano,
trombone, and viola. He played with the St. Louis Symphony,
Baltimore Symphony, Chautauqua Symphony, Les Brown, the
Dorsey Brothers, and under such great conductors as Bruno
Walter, Erich Leinsdorf, and Leopold Stokowski. In 1951 he was
invited by Mischa Mischakoff to play principal second violin with
the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. He was also Concertmaster
of the Dearborn Orchestra for 30 years, and taught at Oakland
University and Wayne State University. Kesner was on the staff of
Motown Records and many of his recordings were used in films.
Dr. Milligram (1932–2012) was the past Concertmaster
of the University of Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra
and received his Bachelor’s Degree at the University of
Pittsburgh, his Master’s Degree at Loyola University in
Baltimore, Maryland, and his Ph.D. at the University of
Pittsburgh in 1972. He was the founder and Chairman of
the Business Department at Carlow University; upon his
retirement from Carlow University in 2002, the college
established the Dr. Emerson Neil Milligram Exemplary
Leadership Award, now given at commencement to a
graduating senior.
Lot 19
He also played with the NBC Symphony under Arturo Toscanini.
Lots 33, 209, 210, 297
Mac Marlow
Born in Brooklyn, New York, Mac Marlow’s (1915–2013) musical accomplishment started
when he was awarded a scholarship from the New York Philharmonic Student Program while
attending high school. Professionally he was well-known for expertise with the trombone,
violin, and viola. He played with the most popular big bands in the country, including Les
Brown, Harry James, Woody Herman, Duke Ellington, Morton Gould, Andre Kostelanetz,
County Basie, Vincent Lopez, Ted Lewis, and Charlie Barnett, as well as many lesser-known
bands of the big band era. Marlow’s list of performance venues read like a map of famous
show business landmarks: Carnegie Hall, the Apollo Theatre, Hotel Taft, The Capitol Theater,
and the Copacabana in New York. He also played with the CBS orchestra, and taught at
the University of Wisconsin and the Goddard College School of Music in Vermont. Marlow’s
friends included Betty Grable, Ella Fitzgerald, Lena Horne, Doc Severinson, and Doris Day,
who called him “Marsh Marlow.” He moved to Fort Wayne Indiana in the 1960s, where he
was lead violinist in addition to playing the viola for the Fort Wayne Philharmonic. He and
his wife, Leonora, opened a music school in Fort Wayne and taught hundreds of students
over 50+ years.
Lots 96, 208, 226, 227, 267, 293
Reception & Extended Auction Preview
Saturday, November 8
Classical Salon
5:30-7PM
Featuring the Arneis Quartet
emmanuel
music
Praised for their “beautiful sound” (Beijing Global Times) the Arneis Quartet is proving to be one of the finest emerging
ensembles of its generation. “As a relatively young quartet, they have already achieved something it often takes years to
develop: a unique, collective sound which is as warm and full of sparkle as liquid gold.” (Boston Musical Intelligencer) Playfully
named after the Arneis grape—a varietal that is difficult to grow, but which yields an exquisite white wine—the Boston-based
quartet was hand-picked by the St. Lawrence String Quartet for its inaugural John Lad Prize, which included debuts on the
Stanford University Lively Arts series and Music on Main in Vancouver. Arneis Quartet received a fellowship at the Aspen Center
for Advanced String Quartet Studies for the summer of 2012, and acted as the 2011 Young Artist Fellows for the Apple Hill
Center for Chamber Music. The Quartet has also attended Juilliard Quartet Seminar, the Deer Valley Emerging Quartets and
Composers Program, and the Banff Centre Chamber Music Residency. In 2011 they received a grant from Meet the Composer
for new works premiered during the 2010-2011 season, and brought music of Jonathan Berger and Brian Ferneyhough to the
2011 Beijing Modern Music Festival and the Shanghai Conservatory of Music. Recent performance venues include Swarthmore
College, Hawthorne Barn in Provincetown, Massachusetts, and the Concord Free Public Library.
Celebrating their fifth anniversary during the 2014-15 season, Arneis Quartet will perform on the Alcyon, Winsor Music, and
Emmanuel Music chamber series. This season also brings interdisciplinary collaborations with Boston University Center for the
Humanities. Four unique concerts and symposiums between December 2014 and April 2015 will explore the intersection of
poetry and music in works of John Harbison, Lee Hyla, Sofia Gubaidulina, and Beethoven among others.
Arneis Quartet currently collaborates with Emmanuel Music to present educational outreach programs throughout the city
of Boston. Through Emmanuel Music‘s “Community Connections” program, the Quartet’s outreach includes performance,
masterclasses and collaborations with students. They have worked with music students at the Boston Arts Academy, Perkins
School for the Blind, and the Boston Public Schools. Outside of their Boston home, the Quartet has taught masterclasses at
Swarthmore College and acted as guest faculty at the Lyceum Music Festival in Park City Utah, and have brought musical
outreach to communities in California, Michigan, Ohio, and Reggio Emilia, Italy. Arneis Quartet is the faculty ensemble in
residence at the Dana Hall School of Music. The Quartet members are on the faculties of Boston University, Brookline Public
Schools, the Chestnut Hill School, and act as coaches for the Boston Youth Symphony Orchestras.
All alumni of Boston University, the Arneis Quartet has coached with members of the Muir, St. Lawrence, Brentano, Emerson
and Juilliard quartets as well as Bayla Keyes, Earl Carlyss, Mary Ruth (UV) Ray, James Dunham, Sylvia Rosenberg, Henk
Guittart, Alasdair Tait, Roger Tapping, Leonard Matczynski, Joan Tower and Donald Weilerstein. Arneis has performed with
guest artists including the Saint Lawrence String Quartet, Marc Johnson, Peter Zazofsky, Ursula Holliger, Jessica Zhou, Kevin
Loucks, Michelle LaCourse, and Gabriel Kahane.
R.S.V.P. to 508.970.3240
Held in conjunction with a preview of Skinner’s November 9th Auction of Fine Musical
Instruments
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American Mandolin, Gibson Mandolin
Guitar Company, Kalamazoo, Style
A, labeled GIBSON MANDOLIN STYLE
A, NUMBER 13733 IS HEREBY
GUARANTEED..., etc., length of body 13 3/4
in., with original case.
$700-900
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American Mandola, Gibson Mandolin
Guitar Company, Kalamazoo, 1912, Model
H-1, labeled GIBSON MANDOLA STYLE H-1,
number 74(?)250, length of body 15 in., with
hard case.
$600-800
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3
American Mandolin, Lyon & Healy, Chicago,
Style C, c. 1920s, labeled MADE AND
GUARANTEED BY LYON & HEALY, WORLD’S
LARGEST MUSIC HOUSE, CHICAGO, U.S.A.,
NO. 1051, STYLE C, length of body 13 in., with
original case.
$700-900
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4
American Guitar, Gibson Incorporated,
Kalamazoo, 1965, Style Melody Maker,
stamped 310368 at the back of the peghead,
length of the body 16 1/4 in., with original
alligator case.
$500-700
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American Banjo, The Vega Company,
Boston, Style Soloist, branded SOLOIST
on the inside rim, and serial number 83305,
diameter of head 11 in., with original case.
$700-900
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American Tenor Banjo, The Bacon Banjo
Company, Groton, Style C, c. 1920,
stamped THE BACON BANJO CO. INC,
GROTON, U.S.A., and serial number 19173,
signed inside the banjo head Jos B. Rogers
Jr., diameter of head 11 in., with original
hardcover case.
$200-400
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American Tenor Banjo, Gibson
Incorporated, Kalamazoo, 1935, Style TB11, diameter of head 11 in., with original case.
$1,500-2,000
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8
Large American Tenor Banjo, Paramount,
New York, New York, Style A, c. 192035, labeled inside the rim PARAMOUNT
PATENTENTED PIANO-VOLUME-HARPQUALTY-TONE, MANUFACTURED BY
W.M.L.LANGE, NEW YORK, N.Y., serial
number 5233 engraved in the rim, diameter of
head 11 in., with hard case.
$500-700
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American Archtop Guitar, James L.
D’Aquisto, Huntington, New York, 1965,
Style Excel, the headstock inlaid D’AQUISTO/
NEW YORK/EXCEL, signed internally JAMES
L. D’AQUISTO, branded internally 1005,
length of back 20 5/16 in.
$15,000-25,000
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10
American Electric Guitar, Fender Electric
Instruments, 1968-69, Model Coronado II,
the neck plate stamped 202068, the body
finished in the color cherry red, length of back
18 in., with case.
$500-700
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American Guitar, Gibson Incorporated,
1961-62, Style LG-O, stamped internally
LGO, and the serial number 351548 on the
back of the peghead, length of body 19 in.,
length of lower bout 14 in., with case.
$300-500
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12
American Tiple, C.F. Martin & Company,
Nazareth, Pennsylvania, 1954, Style T-15,
stamped T-15, 141707 at the upper block, and
internally C.F.MARTIN, NAZARETH, PA., width
of lower bout 8 3/4 in., with later case.
$300-500
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American Guitar, C.F. Martin & Company,
Nazareth, 1946, Style D-18, stamped D-18,
95711 at the upper block, width of lower bout
15 7/8 in., with later case.
$800-1,200
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14
Modern Italian Violin, School of Leandro
Bisiach, Milan, 1912, labeled ROMEO
ANTONIAZZI FECE PRESSO LEANDRO
BISIACH IN MILANO, 1912, also bearing
importer label J.P. FRIER, ALBANY, NY, 1952,
length of back 355 mm, with silver-mounted
bow stamped ALBERT NURNBERGER, and
case.
Certificate: Giacomo and Leandro Bisiach,
Milan, Italy, March 23, 1951.
$10,000-15,000
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Modern Italian Violin, Carlo Badarello,
Turin, 1923, bearing the maker’s label
CAROLUS BADARELLO FECIT IN TAURINI
ANNO DOMINI 1923, and internal stamp
C.BADARELLO, length of two-piece back 356
mm.
Certificate: Kenneth Warren and Sons, Ltd.,
Chicago, Illinois, October 22, 2013.
$8,000-10,000
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Italian Violin, Probably Joannes Maria
Valenzano, Rome, 1899, labeled JOANNES
MARIA VALENZANO, length of two-piece
back 358 mm, with case.
$14,000-16,000
16
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Fine Neapolitan Violin, Attributed to the
Gagliano Family, Mid-19th Century, labeled
NICOLAUS GAGLIANO, NAPLES, 1712,
length of two-piece back 355 mm, with Hill
case.
Certificates: Jacques Français, New York,
New York, October 22, 1964; A.E. Fischer,
Bremen, Germany, January 15, 1923.
$28,000-38,000
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Modern Italian Violin, For the Shop of
Antonio Monzino, Milan, 1919, labeled
CREMONESE SCHOOL OF RICCARDO
ANTONIAZZI, COPY OF A STRADIVARIUS,
and signed AZZO ROVESCALLI, length of
back 357 mm, with case.
$11,000-13,000
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Modern Italian Violin, Mario Bedocchi,
Reggio, 1930, labeled MARIO BEDOCCHI
FECE ANNO 1930 IN REGGIO-E, the inside
top left upper bout branded BM, inside lower
back bout MARIO BEDOCCHI FECE IN
REGGIO... EMILIA ANNO 1930, also repeated
on the top inside, illegible writing on both the
left and right rib, length of two-piece back
358 mm, with silver-mounted bow stamped
ALBERT SCHUSTER, and case.
$10,000-14,000
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Fine Italian Violin, Joannes Franciscus
Pressenda, Turin, c. 1835, bearing a partially
legible label ...ES FRANCISCUS PRESSENDA
Q RAPHEL TAURINI ANNO DOMINI 1835,
length of back 357 mm, with case.
Certificates: William Moennig & Son, Inc.,
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April 30, 1971; L.P.
Balmforth & Son, Leeds, England, August 5,
1964.
$180,000-220,000
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Fine French Violin, Probably Humbert,
Paris, c. 1900-10, labeled H. DERAZEY A
MIRACOURT, EXPOSITION UNIVERSELLE
1855, length of back 357 mm.
Certificate: Serge Boyer, Paris, France, June
4, 2004.
$8,000-12,000
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French Violin, Probably Jules Grandjon, c.
1860s, bearing a partially legible label, length
of back 356 mm.
$8,000-10,000
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Modern French Violin, Jean Mennesson,
Reims, 1920, bearing the maker’s label,
length of back 358 mm.
$2,000-3,000
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French Violin, D. Nicolas, Mirecourt, bearing
the maker’s internal brand and signature
stamp, length of back 363 mm, with two bows
and case.
$2,200-2,800
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French Violin, Ch. J.B. Collin-Mezin, Paris,
1899, bearing the maker’s label and signature
on the inside back and upper bout, length of
two-piece back 358 mm, with case.
$3,000-5,000
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Modern French Violin, Ch. J.B. CollinMezin, Paris, 1903, bearing the maker’s
label, internal stamp MADE IN FRANCE, and
maker’s signature, length of back 358 mm.
$3,500-4,500
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Italian Violin, labeled ZOSIMO BERGONZI,
CREMONA, 1775, length of two-piece back
356 mm.
$3,000-5,000
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Modern Italian Viola, Workshop of Enrico
Marchetti, Taurini, 1928, labeled ENRICO
MARCHETTI, length of back 40.5 cm (16 in.),
with case.
$12,000-16,000
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Italian Violin, Dante Baldoni, Buenos Aires,
c. 1948, bearing the maker’s label, with
signature and label of dedication, length of
back 359 mm.
$4,000-6,000
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French Violin, Audinot Workshop, Paris,
1893, labeled N. AUDINOT, LUTHIER, ELEVE
DE VUILLUAME, PARIS, 1893, length of twopiece back 360 mm.
$3,000-5,000
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Modern German Violin, labeled J.B.
VUILLAUME, NO. 170, PARIS, 1829, length of
back 354 mm, with case.
$3,000-5,000
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Modern Violin, labeled JEAN BAPTISTE
VUILLAUME A PARIS, with secondary maker/
repairman label inside the upper bout JOHN
NOTE, PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA, length
of back 362 mm, with case.
$3,000-5,000
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Modern Violin, Luigi Rovatti, Buenos
Aires, 1923, bearing the maker’s label and
handwritten inscription, length of back 360
mm, with wooden case.
$12,000-15,000
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Modern German Viola, Late 19th Century,
labeled LAURENTIUS GUADAGNINI, with
repair label GEORGE FERGUSON, 1949,
length of back 39.1 cm (15 7/16 in.), with two
nickel-mounted bows and case.
$2,200-2,600
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Modern American Viola, Ivo Pires, Boston,
Massachusetts, 1979, bearing the maker’s
label, length of back 41.7 cm (16 7/16 in.),
with case.
$1,800-2,200
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Modern German Viola, Karl Bernard, 20th
Century, bearing the maker’s label MADE IN
WESTERN GERMANY, length of two-piece
back 42 cm (16 1/2 in.), with nickel-mounted
bow stamped SEIFERT, and case.
$1,600-2,000
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Modern Viola, labeled ANTONIUS
STRADIVARIUS, length of two-piece back 40
cm (15 3/4 in.), with case.
$1,800-2,800
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Modern German Viola, Ernst Heinrich Roth,
Erlangen, 1959, bearing the maker’s label and
brand, length of back 40.5 cm (15 15/16 in.),
with case.
Certificate: Roth Shop, Bubenreuth/Erlangen,
Germany, January, 1959.
$800-1,200
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Modern German Viola, Frederick Geisler,
Sachsen, 1927, bearing the maker’s label,
length of back 39.3 cm (15 1/2 in.), with case.
$1,200-1,600
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Modern American Viola, Roelof Weertman,
Cape Cod, 1975, bearing the maker’s label,
length of back 39.3 cm (16 1/2 in.), with case.
$2,500-3,500
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German Violoncello, Jos. Rudolf Lenhart,
Leitmeritz, 1895, bearing the maker’s label,
length of two-piece back 75.7 cm.
$2,000-3,000
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Modern American Violoncello, Alan E.
Willis, Middlebury, Connecticut, bearing
the maker’s label, length of two-piece back
76 cm.
$3,000-5,000
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Modern American Violoncello, Alan E.
Willis, Middlebury, Connecticut, bearing the
maker’s label, branded below the back button
and below the endpin, length of two-piece
back 76 cm.
$2,800-3,200
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Modern American Violoncello, Alan E.
Willis, Middlebury/Stamford, Connecticut,
bearing the maker’s label and stamp on the
inside middle, below the upper block, and on
the bass bar, maker’s stamp also below the
endpin on the ribs at the lower bout, length of
two-piece back 75.3 cm.
$2,500-4,500
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Fine Violoncello, 18th Century, labeled
PAULO ANTONIO TESTORE, MILAN, 1751,
length of two-piece back 73.9 cm, with hard
case.
Certificates: Mucio Toledo and Otto
Backheuser, Sao Paulo, Brazil, June 20, 1938;
Gustav Famgern, Curitiba, Brazil, March 4,
1966.
$38,000-48,000
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Modern American Violoncello, H. Edler,
Boston, Massachusetts, 1915, bearing the
maker’s label, length of two-piece back 75
cm.
$3,000-5,000
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English 7/8-size Violoncello, labeled
EDWARD JANSON, MAKER, LEEDS,
1847, length of two-piece back 73 cm, with
fiberglass bow and BAM fiberglass case.
$3,000-5,000
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French Silver-mounted Cello Bow, the
round stick with tortoiseshell frog stamped A.
RICHAUME A PARIS, weight 82.2 grams.
$5,000-7,000
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Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the round stick
stamped WILLIAM SALCHOW NEW YORK,
weight 63.1 grams.
$3,600-4,200
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French Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the
octagonal stick stamped LUPOT, weight 61
grams.
Certificate: William Salchow, New York, New
York, March 4, 1966.
$4,000-6,000
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French Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the
round stick stamped ALBERT CARESSA
PARIS, weight 60.9 grams.
$2,500-3,500
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French Silver-mounted Violin Bow,
Ascribed to Charles Peccatte, the round
stick unstamped, weight 61.6 grams.
Certificate: Rembert Wurlitzer, New York, New
York, January 18, 1954.
$6,000-8,000
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French Silver-mounted Viola Bow, the round
stick stamped G. CONE & FILS A LYON,
weight 70.7 grams.
$2,000-3,000
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French Silver-mounted 7/8-size Cello Bow,
Joseph Voirin, the round stick unstamped,
weight 73.4 grams.
Certificate: Jean-François Raffin, Paris,
France, January 9, 2014.
$2,000-3,000
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French Silver-mounted Bass Bow, the round
stick stamped A. RICHAUME A PARIS, weight
105.3 grams.
$2,000-2,400
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English Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the
round stick stamped W.E. HILL & SONS,
ENGLAND, weight 61 grams.
$1,200-1,600
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French Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the
round stick stamped LEON BERNARDEL,
weight 64.3 grams.
$1,400-1,800
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French Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the
round stick stamped VUILLAUME A PARIS on
both sides, weight 56.7 grams.
Certificate: Reuning & Son, Boston,
Massachusetts, June 4, 2003.
$800-1,200
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German Silver-mounted Cello Bow, the
round stick stamped ALBERT NURNBERGER,
weight 84.1 grams.
$900-1,100
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French Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the
round stick stamped A VIGNERON A PARIS,
weight 60.3 grams.
$3,000-5,000
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French Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the
octagonal stick stamped A. LAMY A PARIS,
weight 62 grams.
Certificate: Jean-François Raffin, Paris,
France, February 22, 2013.
$3,000-5,000
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French Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the
octagonal stick double stamped E.A.
OUCHARD A PARIS, weight 63.4 grams.
$3,000-4,000
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Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the octagonal
stick with tortoiseshell frog stamped very
faintly W.E.HILL, weight 62.4 grams.
$2,000-3,000
62A
French Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the
round stick stamped faintly F.N. VOIRIN A
PARIS, weight 57 grams.
Certificate: Horst Kloss, Needham,
Massachusetts, March 26, 1997.
$4,000-6,000
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French Silver-mounted Violin Bow, CuniotHury, the octagonal stick unstamped, weight
60.5 grams.
Certificate: Jean-François Raffin, Paris,
France, January 9, 2014.
$2,500-3,500
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Gold-mounted Violin Bow, the unstamped
round stick with Vuillaume-style tortoiseshell
frog, weight 63 grams.
$2,000-4,000
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French Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the
round stick stamped F.N. VOIRIN A PARIS,
weight 58 grams.
Certificate: Reuning & Son, Boston,
Massachusetts, June 4, 2003.
$1,200-1,400
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Gold-mounted Violin Bow, Pfretzschner
School, the round stick unstamped, weight
57.3 grams.
$1,000-2,000
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Modern Italian Violin, Plinio Michetti, Turin,
1934, bearing the maker’s signed label,
internal brand and stamp below the button
on the lower bout, and internal brand on the
lower block, length of two-piece back 354
mm.
$4,000-6,000
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Modern German Violin, Ernst Heinrich
Roth, Bubenreuth/Erlangen, 1961, bearing
the maker’s label and interior brand ERNST
HEINRICH ROTH, MODEL NO. A20435,
length of two-piece back 360 mm, with case.
$2,800-3,200
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Modern French Violin, labeled N. AUDINOT,
NO. 7714, ANNEE 1909, length of back 355
mm.
$3,000-5,000
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German Nickel-mounted Viola Bow,
Attributed to Christian Wilhelm Knopf, c.
1840, the round stick unstamped, with inlay,
weight 66 grams.
$900-1,100
74
Modern French Violin, unlabeled, length of
back 359 mm.
$6,200-8,400
68
German Silver-mounted Viola Bow, the
octagonal stick stamped R. DOTSCHKAIL***,
weight 68.2 grams.
$800-1,200
75
Modern French Violin, Marc Laberte
Workshop, c. 1920s, labeled F. BARBE,
length of two-piece back 359 mm.
$2,400-2,800
69
German Nickel-mounted Violin Bow, the
round stick stamped VUILLAUME A PARIS,
weight 59 grams.
$800-1,000
76
Modern American Violin, Berl Mendenhall,
McConnelsville, Ohio, 2013, bearing the
maker’s label, length of two-piece back 356
mm.
$2,200-2,600
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German Nickel Silver-mounted Violin
Bow, the round stick stamped H.R.
PFRETZSCHNER, weight 60.3 grams.
$800-1,000
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Modern American Violin, Samuel Rosenthal, New York,
c. 1960s, bearing the maker’s internal brand, maker’s brand
below the button on the rib at the lower bout, length of back
355 mm.
Certificate: Luthier Rosenthal, New York, New York,
November 18, 1960.
$3,000-5,000
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American Modern Violin, James Reynold
Carlisle, Cincinnati, 1932, bearing the
maker’s label with thumbprint, NO. 547, length
of back 359 mm, with silver-mounted bow
stamped ADOLF C. SCHUSTER, and case.
$2,800-4,800
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Modern Violin, Emilio Petraglia, Buenos
Aires, 1919, bearing the maker’s label, length
of back 354 mm.
$2,000-4,000
80
Modern American Violin, Peter Baltzerson,
Boston, Massachusetts, 1931, bearing the
maker’s label, NO. 166, length of back 356
mm, with case.
$2,000-4,000
81
Modern Italian Violin, Attributed to
Constantino Celani, Ascoli Piceno, 1919,
labeled CONSTANTINO CELANI ASCOLI
PICENO, 1919, length of back 353 mm.
$2,500-4,500
82
Modern Italian Violin, c. 1950s, labeled
GIUSEPPE STEFANINI, LUGO, 1950, length
of two-piece back 358 mm, with two bows
and case.
$2,000-4,000
83
Modern Italian Violin, labeled ANTONIUS
SGARBI, ROME, 1904, length of two-piece
back 354 mm.
$2,000-4,000
84
Modern Italian Violin, labeled GAJETANUS
SGARABOTTO, PARMA, 1935, length of back
357 mm, with case.
$2,000-4,000
85
Modern Italian Violin, labeled ANSELMO
CURLETTO, STUDENT OF ENRICO
MARCHETTI, TORINO, 1920, length of back
357 mm.
$2,000-4,000
92
Modern French Violin, Laberte-HumberteFreres, Mirecourt, 1934, labeled LABERTEHUMBERTE-FRERES, NO. 4221, length of
two-piece back 355 mm.
$2,000-3,000
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Modern Italian Violin, Giovanni Rosadoni,
Pavia, 1947, bearing the maker’s partially
legible label, and internally stamped initials, the
maker’s branded initials on the back button,
and branded initials below the button on the
ribs at the lower bout, with a handwritten
message dated 1947 on the inside back on
the upper bout, length of two-piece back 355
mm.
$2,000-4,000
93
Modern French Violin, Saint-Sebastien,
Lyon, 1920, bearing the maker’s internal
stamp and brand below the back button,
length of back 355 mm.
$1,800-2,800
87
Modern Italian Violin, Probably Amedeo
Simonazzi, Santa Vittoria, 1939, labeled
AMEDEO SIMONAZZI, and signed on the label
by the maker, a signed and dated message
from Amedeo Simonazzi on the inside back
at the right side of the bottom bout, length of
two-piece back 356 mm.
$1,800-2,800
88
Modern Italian Violin, labeled ROMANO
CLEMENTE, COMO, 1936, length of back 354
mm, with case.
$1,600-2,000
89
Czech Violin, A.J. Kreutzer, Brunesis, 1948,
bearing the maker’s label, length of back 357
mm.
$1,800-2,200
90
French Violin, Attributed to Nicolas
Vuillaume, Mirecourt, c. 1820-30, labeled
NICOLAS VUILLAUME, length of back 356
mm.
$2,500-3,500
94
French Violin, labeled DERAZEY A
MIRACOURT, length of back 357 mm, with
case.
$1,800-2,200
95
Modern German Violin, 20th Century,
labeled OSWALD MOECKEL, BERLIN, A.D.
1910, length of two-piece back 356 mm.
$1,500-2,500
96
Modern German Violin, Probably
Markneukirchen, c. 1930s, labeled
NICOLAUS AMATI, CREMONA, 1653, length
of back 358 mm, with case.
$1,500-2,500
97
Modern French Violin, J.T.L., Mirecourt, c.
1930s, labeled MANSUY A PARIS, length of
two-piece back 355 mm.
$1,500-2,500
98
Tyrolean Violin, with a handwritten label
PETER GUNNO, KUPFSTEIN - TIROL,
GEIGENBAUER- 1853, length of back 350
mm.
$1,200-1,400
91
French Violin, labeled NICOLAS LUPOT,
CRAMMONT A PARIS, length of back 359
mm.
$2,400-2,800
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German Violin, labeled SIMON VOIGT VIOLIN
MACHER IN NEUKIRCHEN, AO, 1793, length
of back 354 mm, with nickel-mounted bow
stamped KARL HERMANN, and case.
$1,400-1,500
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German Violin, bearing repair label H.R.
HANSEN, 1922, length of two-piece back 355
mm, with bow and case.
$1,200-1,600
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Modern German Violin, Heinrich Th.
Heberlein Jr., Markneukirchen, 1922,
bearing the maker’s label and internal brand,
length of two-piece back 354 mm, with case.
$1,200-1,600
102
German Violin, Otto Viener, Mittenwald,
1934, labeled OTTO VIENER, IN
MITTENWALD AN DER ISER, 1934, length of
back 356 mm.
$1,000-2,000
109
Modern Italian Violin, labeled GIOVANNI
PISTUCCI, NAPOLI, 1892, length of back 356
mm.
$1,000-1,400
116
19th Century Violin, with partially legible label
...DE LA MAISON...A LONDRE..., length of
back 357 mm.
$800-1,200
103
Modern German Violin, c. 1930s, labeled
...MAX MOEKEL, BERLIN, 1930..., length of
back 357 mm.
$1,000-2,000
110
French violin, School of Jules Grandjon,
c. 1900, labeled ANTONIUS STRADIVARIUS,
length of two-piece back 357 mm, with bow
and case.
$1,000-1,400
117
Modern German Violin, c. 1930s, labeled
FRANZ STENGEL, ANNO 1934, length of
back 359 mm.
$800-1,200
104
Modern American Violin, Bernhard
Poehland, Brooklyn, New York, 1914,
bearing the maker’s label, NO. 17, length of
back 362 mm.
$1,100-1,400
111
Modern German Violin, Albert Goetz, 1914,
bearing the maker’s label, length of two-piece
back 360 mm, with nickel-mounted bow and
case.
$1,000-1,400
105
Modern American Violin, Frank C. Ball,
Springfield, Massachusetts, 1938, bearing
the maker’s label, NO. 110, length of back
355 mm, with case.
$1,200-1,600
112
German Violin, Possibly Mathias
Hornsteiner, Early 19th Century, labeled
MATHIAS HORNSTEINER, 1802, bearing
repair labels JOHN S. HULL, FEBRUARY
16, 1946, SCHENECTADY, NY, and W.C.
EHRMANN, ALBANY, NY, 1916, length of
two-piece back 358 mm, with nickel-mounted
bow and case.
$800-1,200
106
American Violin, Fred Herrmann Jr., New
York, 1888, bearing the maker’s label, length
of two-piece back 354 mm.
$1,200-1,400
107
Modern Italian Violin, Milan, 1931, labeled
GIUSEPPE ORNATI, and bearing an interior
brand, length of back 353 mm.
$1,200-1,800
108
Italian Violin, labeled GIOVANNI SCROSATI,
MILANO, 1775, length of back 353 mm, with
case.
$1,000-2,000
113
German Violin, Saxony, 18th Century,
labeled AEGIDIUS KLOZ, MITTENWALD AN
DER ISER, 1735, length of two-piece back
357 mm, with silver-mounted bow and case.
Certificate: The Rudolph Wurlitzer Co., New
York, November 2, 1931.
$800-1,200
114
Modern German Violin, Schuster and
Co., Markneukirchen, c. 1914, bearing the
maker’s label, length of back 355 mm.
$800-1,200
118
Modern German Violin, School of
Heberlein, Markneukirchen, 1923, labeled
MADE IN THE ATELIER OF HEINRICH TH.
HEBERLEIN JR., MARKNEUKIRCHEN, 1923,
length of back 355 mm.
$800-1,200
119
Modern Czech Viola, John Juzek, 20th
Century, bearing the maker’s label, length of
two-piece back 40.5 cm (15 15/16 in.), with
case.
$700-900
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French Alto Saxophone, Henri Selmer,
Paris, 1955, Model Mark VI, and a Selmer
Bb Clarinet, the saxophone serial number
62503, the clarinet serial number P7428, the
clarinet with an articulated g#, with a specialty
case made exclusively for both instruments.
$3,000-4,000
121
Three Saxophone Mouthpieces, a tenor
saxophone mouthpiece, Bobby Dukoff
Supersonic Zimberoff “HOUSE OF NOTE” 2
x Serial #T1179, an Original Selmer CX alto
saxophone mouthpiece, good condition,
and an alto saxophone Brillhartz mouthpiece
Tonalin Serial #99429.
$400-600
115
Modern Violin, labeled JEAN BAPTISTE
VUILLAUME, length of back 355 mm.
$800-1,200
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French Piccolo Trumpet, Henri Selmer,
Paris, 4 Valve, serial number 77533, with
original case.
$100-200
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French Single-action Concert Harp, Erard
Freres, Paris, 1803, the brass plate engraved
ERARD FRERES PAR BREVET D’INV’ on
A PARIS 1803 NO.108, forty-one strings,
forchette mechanism with ratchet and pawl,
seven pedals, height 67 in.
$800-1,200
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Six Books on Violin Varnish, Violin Varnish,
by Michelman, Italian Violin Varnishes, by
George Fry, Turpentine Violin Varnish, by
W. Fulton, Violin Varnish and Coloration, by
Martins Roberts Zemitis among others.
$100-120
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Vigdorchik, Isaak, The Acoustical Systems
of Violins of Stradivarius and other Cremona
Makers, 1982, signed by the author.
$80-100
128
Childs, Paul, The Bowmakers of the Peccatte
Family, No. 306 of a limited edition of 2,500,
no jacket.
$180-220
126
Baese, Geary L., Classic Italian Violin Varnish,
book number 254, with jacket.
$80-100
129
Campos, Remy, Editor, Violons, Vuillaume,
Cite de la Musique, catalog from October 23,
1998 to January 31, 1999.
$40-60
127
Carletti, Gabriele, Ansaldo Poggi, ViolinMaker, including diagrams of Poggi violins.
$40-60
130
Goodkind, Herbert, Violin Iconography of
Antonio Stradivari, 1972, in jacket.
$80-100
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Spruce Wood for Cello Top, at least fifteen
years old.
$150-250
136
Modern Italian Violin, 20th Century, labeled
DALL’OMBRA UMBERTO, FECE IN PADOVA,
ANNO 1949, length of two-piece back 358
mm.
$800-1,200
132
European School, 19th/20th Century
Antonio Stradivari in His Workshop
Unsigned.
Oil on canvas, 35 x 50 3/8 in. (89.0 x 128.0
cm), framed.
Condition: Punctures, abrasions, surface
grime.
N.B. This painting appears to be a copy
after a popular engraving depicting Antonio
Stradivari. Sources suggest that the print was
based on an oil painting by Edouard-JeanConrad Hamman (Belgian, 1819–1888), but
the original painting’s whereabouts are not
known.1
1. http://www.humanitiesweb.org/spa/slc/ID/2232/o/blank,
accessed 9/30/2014.
$200-400
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European Dulcimer, Early 19th Century,
outer case with painted decoration, on
cabriole legs; trapezoidal psaltery of the
Italian/Spanish type, resembling the Northern
European hammered dulcimer but intended
to be played by plucking with the fingers
(sometimes with plectra attached by rings to
the fingers), height 34 in.
$1,000-2,000
134
Gabon Ebony Log, 12 x 44 in.
$800-1,000
135
American Church Bass, Abraham Prescott,
Deerfield, New Hampshire, c. Late 18th
Century, bearing the maker’s label, length of
back 77.8 cm.
$400-600
137
Modern American Violin, J.W. Evans,
Pecos, Texas, 1935, branded by the maker
J.W. EVANS, additional writing on the back of
the inside lower bout, length of back 358 mm.
$800-1,200
138
Modern Hungarian Violin, Budapest, 1932,
labeled JOHANNES SPIEGEL, BUDAPEST,
OP. 83, 1932, length of back 358 mm.
$700-900
139
Modern Scottish Violin, Alex Thomson,
Edinburgh, 1926, labeled ALEX THOMSON,
EDINBURGH, 1926, length of two-piece back
358 mm.
$600-800
140
German Violin, Lowendall, c. 1900s,
branded on the back of the scroll CONCERT
VIOLIN, PAGANINI, length of back 358 mm.
$600-800
141
Modern German Violin, unlabeled, length of
back 359 mm.
$700-900
142
Modern American Violin, E. Frank
Chapman, Haverhill, Massachusetts,
bearing the maker’s internal brand, length of
back 360 mm.
$300-500
143
German Violin, labeled JOSEPH HOLLMOYR,
LAUTEN UND GEIGEN, ...AN DER DONAU,
177(?), length of back 352 mm, with nickelmounted bow and case.
$700-900
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English Violin, c. 1820s, with handwriting
on the top and inside in faint pencil, length of
back 358 mm.
$400-600
145
Modern American Violin, Filip Wolan,
Salem, Massachusetts, 1920, bearing the
maker’s label, NO. 188, length of two-piece
back 351 mm.
$800-1,200
146
Modern French Violin, D. Salzar, with double
internal brand, D. SALZAR, and brand on
back button, length of back 354 mm.
$600-800
147
Austro-Hungarian Violin, 19th Century, with
partially legible label and repair label CARL
OHLSON, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, 1934, length
of back 354 mm.
$700-900
148
Two Modern German Violins, one labeled
ANTONIUS STRADIVARIUS, length of twopiece back 359 mm, with two bows and
case; one labeled COPY OF STRADIVARIUS,
E. REINHOLD SCHMIDT, SAXONY, length of
two-piece back 355 mm, with two bows and
case.
$300-500
149
English Violin, Possibly Late 19th Century,
labeled STRADIVARIUS, bearing repair label
WILLIAM FENDT, JUNE, LONDON, 18(??),
length of back 358 mm, with case.
$600-800
150
Modern Violin, c. 1900s, length of back 357
mm, with silver-mounted bow and case.
$400-600
151
Modern French Violin, 20th Century,
unlabeled, length of two-piece back 360 mm.
$600-800
152
Child’s Modern German 3/4-size Violin,
labeled ANTONIUS STRADIVARIUS, stamped
MADE IN GERMANY, length of back 312 mm.
$200-400
153
Modern German Violin, c. 1900s, labeled
COPY OF NICOLAUS AMATI, ALBAN O.
SCHMIDT, MARKNEUKIRCHEN, SAXONY,
with brand on back button of three dancing
bears, length of back 357 mm.
$800-1,200
154
Possibly Czech Violin, Late 18th/Early 19th
Century, unlabeled, length of back 358 mm.
$800-1,200
155
Saxon Violin, c. 1780, unlabeled, length of
back 354 mm, with case and bow.
$400-600
156
Modern German Violin, E. Reinhold
Schmidt, Germany, labeled MADE
ESPECIALLY FOR T.B. CO. CHICAGO, length
of back 357 mm with nickel-mounted violin
bow and case.
$200-400
157
Violin Possibly French, Stentor, branded
STENTOR internally and on the back of the
scroll on a shield, length of back 359 mm, with
case.
$700-900
158
Modern American Violin, Mary Elizabeth
Henning, 1994, bearing the maker’s label,
NO. 21, length of two-piece back 356 mm,
with case.
$600-800
159
German Violin, labeled AUGUST
NEUMARKER INSTRUMENT MACHER, length
of two-piece back 358 mm, with bow and
case.
$800-1,200
166
Two Violins, one labeled MADE IN GERMANY,
length of back 352 mm, with case, one with
repair label JOEL SWETT, ROCHESTER, N.Y.,
1912, length of back 363 mm, with case.
$300-500
160
Two German Pfretzschner Shop
Violins, Mittenwald, one labeled E.R.
PFRETZSCHNER, one unlabeled, both length
of back 357 mm, with double case.
$300-500
167
French Violin, Late 19th Century, labeled
GAILLARD BERNARDEL, length of back 359
mm, with two nickel-mounted bows and case.
$800-1,200
161
Modern American Violin, G.W. Ericksen,
Oakland, California, 1902, bearing the
maker’s handwritten label directly on the inside
of the back, NO. 219, length of back 356 mm,
with silver-mounted bow and case.
$500-700
162
Child’s 3/4-size German Violin,
Markneukirchen, 1929, labeled MADE IN
MARKNEUKIRCHEN, 1929, length of back
336 mm, with bow and case.
$200-400
163
Modern Violin, labeled CARLO BRVNO,
TORINO, 19(??), length of two-piece back 353
mm.
$800-1,200
164
Modern German Violin, c. 1920s, unlabeled,
bearing an internal stamp AO in a circle, length
of two-piece back 356 mm.
$600-800
165
Two Modern German Violins, both labeled
ANTONIUS STRADIVARIUS, both length of
back 357 mm.
$600-800
168
Child’s 3/4-size German Violin, E.R.
Pfretzschner, Mittenwald, Germany, 1956,
bearing the maker’s label, length of back 311
mm, with bow and case.
$300-500
169
Modern American Violin, John Friedrich
& Bros., New York, c. 1919, No. 30 (3801),
bearing the maker’s label, length of back 356
mm, with two bows and case.
$700-900
170
Modern Violin, labeled FRANCISCUS BOVIS,
NICAENSIS, 1897, length of two-piece back
348 mm.
$700-900
171
American Violin, Gaylord Marsh, 1879,
bearing a handwritten inner label that states
“Made by and Presented to Prof. J. Jay
Watson by Gaylord Marsh, 1879, It was played
upon by Ole Bull in the same year,” length of
two-piece back 356 mm.
$300-500
172
Modern German Violin, Berlin, 1900, labeled
MICHAEL STROBL, BERLIN, FECIT ANNO
1900, length of back 358 mm.
$500-700
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Austrian Violin, Hermann Wagner, Tyrol,
labeled HERMANN WAGNER, TYROL, FECIT
19(??), length of back 358 mm.
$700-900
174
English Violin, Joseph Johnson, Newcastle,
1895, bearing the maker’s label, length of twopiece back 359 mm.
$600-800
175
Modern American Violin, W. Wilkanowski,
1938, bearing the maker’s label, NO. 302,
length of two-piece back 360 mm, with case.
$800-1,200
176
German Violin, unlabeled, length of back 359
mm, with nickel-mounted bow stamped W.
SEIFERT, and case.
$400-600
180
Modern German Violin, G.A. Pfretzschner,
Markneukirchen, 1920s, bearing the maker’s
label and internal brand, length of back 362
mm, with a nickel-silver mounted bow and
case.
$600-800
181
Modern American Violin, Louis Ganara,
Torrington, Connecticut, 1954, bearing the
maker’s handwritten label, and interior brand
at each block, length of two-piece back 348
mm, with case.
$400-600
182
French Violin, c. Late 19th Century,
unlabeled, with illegible stamp below back
button, length of two-piece back 358 mm,
with nickel-mounted bow stamped TOURTE
and GSB wooden case.
$300-500
177
American Violin, F.O. Stanley, Newton,
Massachusetts, 1880, bearing the maker’s
label, length of two-piece back 360 mm.
$400-600
183
French Violin, Possibly Charotte-Millot,
Mirecourt, labeled CHAROTTE-MILLOT,
MIRECOURT, length of back 359 mm, with
nickel-mounted bow and case.
$800-1,200
178
French Violin, JTL, France, labeled MEDIO
FINO, MADE IN FRANCE, length of two-piece
back 358 mm, with bow stamped ARTIST,
and case.
$200-400
184
Modern Violin, labeled JOANNES
FRANCISCUS PRESSENDA, TAURINI, 1849,
length of two-piece back 353 mm, with bow
and case.
$800-1,200
179
Child’s 1/2-size German Violin, E.R.
Pfretzschner, Mittenwald, 1979, bearing the
maker’s label, length of back 316 mm, with
bow and case.
$150-250
185
Modern Italian Violin, labeled ETTOREMORETTI, with handwriting on the label
GEIGENBAUER FISCHER IN BERLIN 1927,
REPAIRED, length of two-piece back 355 mm,
with case.
$700-900
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German Violin, Probably Early 20th
Century, labeled JANUARIUS GALLANUS,
length of two-piece back 359 mm, with case.
$400-600
187
Modern German Viola, Arthur Teller, 1976,
bearing the maker’s label, Model 480-14 inch,
length of back 35.5 cm (14 in.), with bow and
case.
$300-500
188
Child’s Modern German 3/4-size Violin, c.
1900s, labeled STRADIVARIUS, length of twopiece back 330 mm, with carbon fiber Coda
bow and case.
$200-400
189
Modern Violin, Andreas Eastman, Boston,
1998, bearing the maker’s label EXPRESSLY
MADE FOR EASTMAN STRINGS, MODEL
905, length of two-piece back 351 mm, with
case.
$500-700
190
Two Modern Violins, one labeled ANDREAS
EASTMAN, MODEL 800, ANNO 2000, length
of two-piece back 355 mm, one labeled
BENJAMIN YOUNG, MODEL AV08, ANNO
1998, length of two-piece back 352 mm, both
with a double case.
$500-700
191
Modern German Violin, Markneukirchen, c.
1930s, unlabeled, bearing handwritten repair
label J.R. WEENE, 2003, length of back 359
mm, with case.
$400-600
192
German Violin, labeled ANTONIUS
STRADIVARIUS, length of two-piece back 357
mm, with nickel-mounted bow and case.
$700-900
193
American Violin, 19th Century, bearing repair
label GEO. W. PARKER BANGOR, MAINE,
1915, and stamp on inside of top, length of
back 355 mm.
$500-700
194
Child’s 3/4-size Violin, labeled ...CONCETTO
PUGLISI..., length of back 338 mm.
$300-500
195
European 3/4-size Child’s Violin, 19th
Century, bearing a Boston repair label, length
of back 331 mm, with two bows and case.
$600-800
196
Modern American Violin, F. Bankowsky,
New York, 1968, bearing the maker’s
handwritten label, length of two-piece back
357 mm, with case.
$400-600
197
Modern Violoncello, Anton Vladek, Boston,
Massachusetts, 1995, bearing the maker’s
label, length of two-piece back 75.4 cm, with
case.
$600-800
198
German Violoncello, labeled OSKAR
ZIMMER, AUGSBERG, 1895, also bearing
label REASSEMBLED IN BOSTON 1999,
2000, J.R.WEENE, VIOLINMAKER, length of
two-piece back 76.4 cm, with soft case.
$700-900
199
Modern German Violoncello, Louis Dolling,
Wernitzgrun, 1949, bearing the maker’s label,
length of the two-piece back 75.5 cm, with
two bows and hard and soft cases.
$700-900
200
German Violoncello, c. Late 19th/Early 20th
Century, unlabeled, length of two-piece back
76 cm.
$600-800
201
Modern American Violoncello, F.E. Stanley,
Newton, Massachusetts, 1914, bearing the
maker’s label, length of back 75.3 cm.
$400-600
202
Full-size Violoncello, c. Early 20th Century,
unlabeled, length of two-piece back 74.5 cm,
with hard case, for restoration.
$300-500
203
Modern Chinese Violoncello, Landi Sheng
& Brother, 2000, bearing the maker’s label,
length of two-piece back 75.8 cm, with hard
case.
$300-500
204
German Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the
octagonal stick stamped HOYER PARISER
ORGL, weight 57 grams.
$700-900
205
Silver-mounted Cello Bow, the octagonal
stick stamped G.A. PFRETZSCHNER **, with
crest on frog, weight 85 grams.
$500-700
206
German Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the
round stick stamped very faintly J. FETIQUE,
weight 58.4 grams.
$700-900
207
American Nickel-mounted Violin Bow,
the round stick stamped *LYON & HEALY
CHICAGO *, weight 57 grams.
$600-800
208
French Silver-mounted Viola Bow, the round
stick stamped FRANCE at the bottom near the
adjuster, weight 80 grams.
$600-800
209
Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the round stick
unstamped, weight 63.8 grams.
$400-600
210
Nickel Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the
octagonal stick stamped F.N. VOIRIN, and
FRANCE at the heel of the frog, weight 62.1
grams.
$300-500
211
French Nickel Silver-mounted Violin Bow,
the round stick unstamped, possibly Prosper
Colas, weight 62.7 grams.
$600-800
212
French Nickel Silver-mounted Violin Bow,
the round stick stamped TOURTE, possibly by
Eugene Cuniot, weight 60.5 grams.
$600-800
213
German Nickel-mounted Violin Bow, the
round stick stamped L.BAUSCH, weight 55.5
grams.
$300-500
214
Nickel Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the round
stick stamped A. LAMY A PARIS, weight 65.5
grams.
$400-600
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215
Two Bows, a silver-mounted violin bow, the
octagonal stick unstamped, weight 59.3
grams; and a nickel silver-mounted viola bow,
the round stick stamped J. PEREIRA, weight
71.5 grams.
$200-400
216
Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the round stick
stamped ERNST HEINRICH ROTH, weight
59.1 grams.
$500-700
217
Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the round stick
stamped GERMANY, weight 59.1 grams.
$200-400
218
Three Violin Bows and a Viola Bow, Various
Mounts, the round sticks all unstamped
except one, stamped TOURTE.
$800-1,200
219
Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the round stick
stamped EMIL WERNER***, weight 58.4
grams.
$300-500
220
Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the round stick
stamped DODD, weight 52.1 grams.
$400-600
221
Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the octagonal
stick stamped A.E. PRAGER, weight 54.8
grams.
$600-800
222
Silver-mounted Cello Bow, the octagonal
stick stamped H.R. PFRETZSCHNER, with
crest on frog dated 1835, weight 77.5 grams.
$300-500
231
German Nickel Silver-mounted Viola Bow,
the round stick stamped JOHS MONNIG,
weight 69.8 grams.
$500-700
223
Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the round stick
stamped ALFONS REIDL, weight 61 grams.
$200-400
232
German Nickel Silver-mounted Viola Bow,
the round stick stamped JOHS MONNIG,
GERMANY, weight 65.1 grams.
$500-700
224
Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the round stick
stamped M. RAPOSO, weight 58.8 grams.
$200-400
225
Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the octagonal
stick with barely legible stamp, weight 59
grams.
$500-700
226
German Nickel Silver-mounted Violin Bow,
the round stick unstamped, weight 57.5
grams.
$200-400
227
Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the round stick
bearing an illegible stamp, weight 61.5 grams.
$300-500
228
German Nickel-mounted Cello Bow, the
round stick stamped H.R. PFRETZSCHNER,
with crest on the frog, weight 65.3 grams.
$150-250
229
Nickel Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the round
stick stamped VUILLAUME A PARIS, weight
55.1 grams.
$300-500
230
French Nickel Silver-mounted Violin Bow,
the round stick stamped A LAMY A PARIS,
with an engraved ferrule, weight 58.4 grams.
$300-500
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Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the round stick
stamped NURNBERGER ARTIST, weight 57.5
grams.
$600-800
234
Silver-mounted Cello Bow, the round stick
stamped HILL, with aluminum screw and silver
tip, weight 66.5 grams.
$500-700
235
German Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the
round stick stamped CORZ BAUSCH, with
engraved adjuster, weight 57 grams.
$300-500
236
German Nickel Silver-mounted Cello Bow,
the round stick unstamped, weight 73.8
grams.
$600-800
237
German Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the
round stick stamped HERM W. PRELL, weight
55.8 grams.
$300-500
238
Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the round stick
with illegible stamp, weight 60 grams.
$400-600
239
Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the round stick
with barely legible stamp CARL SUSS, and
engraved ferrule, weight 61.5 grams.
$400-600
247
German Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the
round stick stamped A. VIGNERON A PARIS,
weight 55.5 grams.
$300-500
240
German Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the
octagonal stick stamped MAX WUNDERLICH
and TOURTE, with engraved ferrule, adjuster,
heel plate, and eyes, weight 59.7 grams.
$600-800
248
French Silver-mounted Cello Bow, the
octagonal stick P.R. LEBLANC, weight 80
grams.
$400-600
241
German Silver-mounted Violin Bow,
the octagonal stick stamped *EGIDIUS
DORFLER***, weight 61.5 grams.
$200-400
242
Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the round stick
stamped TOURTE, weight 60.2 grams.
$300-500
243
Nickel Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the round
stick unstamped, weight 46.1 grams.
$200-400
244
German Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the
round stick stamped DODD, weight 58.8
grams.
$400-600
245
German Nickel Silver-mounted Violin
Bow, the octagonal stick stamped EDUARD
REICHERT, DRESDEN, weight 48.5 grams.
$200-400
246
Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the octagonal
stick stamped P BLANCHARD LYON, weight
56.7 grams.
$300-500
249
American Silver-mounted Viola Bow, the
round stick stamped H.FLEISHER, N.Y.,
weight 70.3 grams.
$300-500
250
Two Cello Bows, an octagonal stick, nickelmounted, unstamped, weight 71.6 grams, and
a round stick, silver-mounted, stamped EMILE
RICHAUD, weight 81.4 grams.
$500-700
251
German Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the
round stick unstamped, weight 65 grams.
$600-800
252
German Nickel Silver-mounted Violin Bow,
the round stick illegibly stamped EWOEL,
weight 56.5 grams.
$200-400
253
Two Violin Bows, a 3/4-size nickel-mounted
bow, the round stick stamped ARY FRANCE,
weight 59.5 grams, and a nickel silvermounted bow, the round stick stamped BAZIN
on the frog, weight 50.2 grams.
$400-600
254
German Silver-mounted Violin Bow,
the octagonal stick stamped H.R.
PFRETZSCHNER, weight 60.9 grams.
$500-700
255
French Nickel-mounted Violin Bow, the
round stick stamped GIRANDINI on one side
and FRANCE on the other, also stamped
MADE IN FRANCE at the end near the
adjuster, weight 59.4 grams.
$600-800
256
Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the octagonal
stick unstamped, weight 60.7 grams.
$500-700
257
German Nickel Silver-mounted Violin Bow,
the round stick stamped CARLO MICELLI,
weight 62.9 grams.
$500-700
258
German Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the
round stick stamped ALBERT KRAMLING,
weight 58.5 grams.
$400-600
259
German Silver-mounted Violin Bow,
the octagonal stick stamped *ALBERT
NURNBERGER*, weight 59.5 grams.
$400-600
260
German Nickel Silver-mounted 3/4-size
Violin Bow, the round stick stamped R.
WEICHOLD A DRESDEN, weight 42.8 grams.
$100-200
261
German Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the
octagonal stick stamped MAX WUNDERLICH,
weight 56.4 grams.
$600-800
262
German Silver-mounted Violin Bow,
the round stick stamped *ALBERT
NURNBERGER*, weight 56 grams.
$700-900
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263
English Gold-mounted Violin Bow, W.E.
Hill, the octagonal stick with tortoiseshell frog
barely legibly stamped W.E.HILL, possibly
Samuel Allen, weight 58.5 grams, with baleen
grip.
$2,800-3,800
264
German Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the
octagonal stick stamped R. WEICHOLD A.
DRESDEN and IMITATION DE TOURTE,
weight 58.4 grams.
$1,200-1,600
265
French Silver-mounted Cello Bow, the round
stick stamped H.C. SILVESTRE A PARIS,
weight 80 grams.
$1,200-1,600
266
English Silver-mounted Cello Bow, the
octagonal stick stamped GARNER WILSON,
weight 80.5 grams.
$800-1,200
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267
French Silver-mounted Viola Bow, the
octagonal stick with ivory frog stamped E.
SARTORY A PARIS, weight 70.3 grams.
$800-1,200
271
American Gold-mounted Violin Bow,
Bolander, the round stick with mountain
mahogany frog stamped by the maker
BOLANDER, weight 64.5 grams.
$800-1,200
268
German Silver-mounted Violin Bow,
the octagonal stick stamped G.A.
PFRETZSCHNER, with crest on frog, weight
60 grams.
$800-1,200
272
German Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the
octagonal stick stamped VTOR PETIQUE A
PARIS, weight 66.8 grams.
$700-900
269
German Silver-mounted Viola Bow, the
octagonal stick stamped WILLIAM MOENNIG,
GERMANY, weight 67.7 grams.
$800-1,000
273
French Silver-mounted Viola Bow, the
octagonal stick stamped F. N. VOIRIN A
PARIS, weight 64.8 grams.
$700-900
270
American Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the
round stick stamped JAS. TUBBS and bearing
maker’s stamp JCK224, weight 62.6 grams.
274
German Silver-mounted Viola Bow, the
round stick unstamped, weight 68.1 grams.
$600-800
Certificate: Joseph Krosnowski, Rye, New
York, October 27, 1990.
$800-1,200
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264
265
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275
Gold-mounted Violin Bow, the round stick
with illegible stamp, weight 58.4 grams.
$2,500-3,500
276
French Silver-mounted Cello Bow, the
round stick stamped L.MORIZOT, weight 72.8
grams.
Certificate: Jean-François Raffin, Paris,
France, July 9, 2014.
$2,000-4,000
277
French Nickel Silver-mounted Violin Bow,
the round stick stamped J.POIRSON A PARIS,
weight 59.1 grams.
Certificate: Jean-François Raffin, Paris,
France, January 3, 2013.
$2,000-4,000
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French Silver-mounted Viola Bow,
Attributed to Guillaume Maline, the round
stick stamped G.M., weight 72.6 grams.
Certificate: William Salchow, New York, New
York, January 29, 1966.
$2,000-3,000
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French Silver-mounted Violin Bow, Pierre
Cuniot, the round stick unstamped, weight
61.7 grams.
Certificate: Jean-François Raffin, Paris,
France, December 14, 2009.
$2,500-3,500
280
German Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the
round stick with barely legible stamp AUGUST
NURNBERGER SUESS, weight 62.4 grams.
283
Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the octagonal
stick stamped C. BAZIN, weight 57.5 grams.
$1,200-1,400
284
German Nickel Silver-mounted Violin Bow,
Possibly Bausch Shop, the octagonal stick
unstamped, weight 59.8 grams.
$1,000-1,400
Certificate: Horst Kloss, Needham,
Massachusetts, August 16, 2007.
$1,800-2,200
285
French Silver-mounted Viola Bow, the round
stick stamped MARC LABERTE, FRANCE,
weight 75.3 grams.
$1,000-1,200
281
French Silver-mounted French Viola Bow,
the round stick stamped L. MORIZOT, weight
68.2 grams.
$1,600-2,000
286
German Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the
round stick bearing almost illegibe stamp
GEBRUDER SCHUSTER, weight 57.2 grams.
$800-1,200
282
German Nickel Silver-mounted Violin
Bow, the round stick stamped H.R.
PFRETZSCHNER, with crest on frog, weight
53.4 grams.
$1,400-1,600
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276
277
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287
287
Modern Italian Violin, Otello Bignami,
Bologna, 1972, bearing the maker’s signed
label, length of two-piece back 355 mm.
$20,000-28,000
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288
Italian Violin, Attributed to the Gagliano
Family, c. 1800, labeled ...JANUARIUS
GAGLIANO FILIUS ALEXANDRI FECIT NEAP
1769..., length of back 355 mm.
$20,000-30,000
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289
289
Italian Violin, Attributed to Guiseppe
Sgarbi, Modena, 1860, labeled GUISEPPE
SGARBI, MODENA, 1860, length of two-piece
back 360 mm, with bow and case.
$10,000-14,000
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290
Italian Violin, Joseph Gagliano, Naples,
1783, bearing the maker’s label, length of twopiece back 351 mm, with a nickel-mounted
bow stamped G. BACHERT, a silver-mounted
bow with nickel adjuster stamped BAUSCH,
and case.
$15,000-18,000
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291
291
Modern Italian Viola, Attributed to Marinus
Capicchioni, Rimini, c. 1930-50, labeled
MARINUS CAPICCHIONI, FECIT ARIMINI A.D.
1937, length of two-piece back 40.7 cm (16
in.).
$12,000-14,000
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292
Modern American Viola, Frederick Haenel,
Fiddle Mountain, Connecticut, 1940,
bearing the signed maker’s label, length of
back 41.6 cm (16 3/8 in.), with case.
Certificate: Horst Kloss, Needham,
Massachusetts, January 17, 2001.
$12,000-15,000
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293
293
German Viola with Lion’s Head Scroll,
labeled AEGIDIUS KLOS, IN MITTENWALD
AN DER ISER, length of two-piece back 42.8
cm (16 7/8 in.), with case.
$3,000-5,000
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294
Modern German Viola, Hans Trautner,
Ansbach, 1906, bearing the maker’s label,
maker’s inscription on the rib at the lower
bout, length of two-piece back 39.4 cm (15
1/2 in.), with case.
$3,000-5,000
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295
295
Modern Italian Viola, Guido Maraviglia,
1970, bearing the maker’s label, length of
two-piece back 41.8 cm (16 1/2 in.), with
silver-mounted bow stamped GERMANY, and
case.
$3,000-5,000
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296
Modern Italian Violin, Andrea Cortese,
Genoa, 1923, bearing the maker’s stamp
under the G peg and internally AC in a circle,
length of two-piece back 355 mm.
$4,000-6,000
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297
297
Modern American Violin, C.F. Stanley,
Newton, Massachusetts, 1930, bearing the
maker’s label, NO. 265, length of back 359
mm, with two nickel-mounted bows and case.
$1,800-2,200
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298
Modern American Violin, Knute Reindahl,
Chicago, 1906, bearing the maker’s label and
internal brand NO. 2-22, length of two-piece
back 356 mm, with bow and case.
$2,200-2,600
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299
299
Modern German Violin, Otto Seifert, 1920,
bearing the maker’s label and internal brand,
length of back 357 mm, with silver-mounted
bow and case.
$2,500-4,500
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300
French Violin, Paul Blanchard, Lyon,
1898, labeled PAUL BLANCHARD, NO. 467,
stamped at each inner block BLANCHARD
LYON, as well as below the button on the rib
on the lower bout, length of back 357 mm.
$4,000-6,000
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301
301
Modern American Violin, Karl Berger, New
York, 1929, bearing the maker’s label, length
of two-piece back 356 mm, with nickelmounted bow and case.
Note: With original bill of sale from Karl
Berger.
$4,000-6,000
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302
Dutch Violin, Cuypers Family, bearing a
handwritten copied paper label ...JOHANNES
CUYPERS..., with the maker’s signature,
length of back 352 mm, with a silver-mounted
bow, a nickel-mounted bow, and case.
$5,000-7,000
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Glossary of Terms
All items in the catalog are described according to the following table of terminology.
Please note that all statements in this catalog as to Authorship, Period, Origin, are
qualified statements subject to the Conditions of Sale. All weights and measurements are
approximate.
Authorship will be described in the following ways:
Joseph Guarneri: In our judgment the work is by the maker.
Ascribed to Joseph Guarneri: The work is believed to be by the named maker, in the opinion of the
authors of the accompanying certificates or letters.
Attributed to Joseph Guarneri: A traditional attribution with which we may not agree.
Probably Joseph Guarneri (also possibly): A work which we have no definitive opinion on.
School of Joseph Guarneri: In our judgment the work of a follower executed in the style of the
maker or area stated.
Workshop of Joseph Guarneri: In our judgment the work is executed in the style of the named
maker and possibly under his supervision.
Labeled Joseph Guarneri (also stamped, branded, etc.): In our judgment the instrument is not
necessarily the work of this maker, but bears the maker’s mark.
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which the lot will not be sold. In most cases, the reserve will be set below the estimated range, but in no case will it exceed the estimates listed. A representative of
Skinner, Inc. will execute such reserves by bidding for the consignor. In any event and whether or not a lot is subject to a reserve, the auctioneer may reject any bid or
raise not commensurate with the value of such lot.
2. All property is sold “as is,” and neither the auctioneer nor any consignor makes any warranties or representation of any kind or nature with respect to the property,
and in no event shall they be responsible for the correctness, nor deemed to have made any representation or warranty, of description, genuineness, authorship,
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John Colasacco, Stephen L. Fletcher, Karen M. Keane, Marie C. Keep,
Gloria Lieberman, Jessica R. Lincoln, Kerry Shrives, Stuart G. Slavid,
Robin S.R. Starr, Laura V. Sweeney
Exhibitions
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Marlborough:
Warehouse Manager - Fred Trottier, 508.970.3261
Auction Coordinator - Melanie Trottier-Mitcheson, 508.970.3103
Boston:
Auction Coordinators - Jessica R. Lincoln, 617.874.4308,
Benjamin Evans, 617.874.4329
Marlborough:
Accounts Receivable - Denise Johnson, 508.970.3269
Accounts Payable, Consignment - Kathleen Hayes, 508.970.3268
Accounts Payable, Trade - Kevin Rota, 508.970.3283
Credit Supervisor - William Madden, 508.970.3266
Marlborough:
508.970.3240
Advertising/Production Manager - Pamela Van de Houten
Appraisal & Auction Services - LaGina Austin, Christine E. Finn, Rachel Kingsley,
Ava Pandiani
Boston Gallery Director - Laura V. Sweeney
Assistant Gallery Director: Paige Lewellyn
Consignment Services - Patricia Walker King, Carol Zeigler, Kealyn Garner
Customer Relations - Carol McCaffrey
Human Resources - Carol McCaffrey
Image Editor - John Cornelius
Information Technology & Internet Auctions - Kerry Shrives
Assistant: Melissa R. McCaffrey
Institutional Relations - L. Emerson Tuttle
Lead Designer - Kristina Harrison
Managing Director - Marie C. Keep
Marketing & Public Relations - L. Emerson Tuttle, Kathryn Gargolinski, Jenna DeLuca
Photographers - Stanley P. Bystrowski, Jeffrey R. Antkowiak
Receptionists - Marlborough: Katie Fitzgerald
Boston: Bridget Spears
Regional Director—Florida - April L. Matteini, G.G.
Staff Portraits - Cheryl Richards Photography
Transportation - Eric Jones
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Directions to Skinner’s Boston Gallery/63 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116
617.350.5400
From the West:
Take the Massachusetts Turnpike to the Prudential/Copley exit located in the Prudential tunnel. Once on the exit ramp, stay in the right hand
lane and follow the signs for Copley. The ramp exits onto Stuart Street. Drive straight through five sets of lights and take a left onto Charles
Street South. Take your first left off of Charles St. South onto Park Plaza. Skinner is at 63 Park Plaza, one block up on the right.
From the South:
Take 93-N to Exit 20 for I-90 W toward Worcester. Follow signs for Chinatown/South Station. Bear left at the fork to continue towards Kneeland
Street. Turn left onto Kneeland Street. Kneeland Street becomes Stuart Street. Turn right onto Charles Street South. Turn left onto Park Plaza.
Skinner is at 63 Park Plaza, one block up on the right.
From Logan Airport:
Take the Ted Williams Tunnel. Take Exit 25 toward South Boston and bear left at the fork in the ramp. Bear right onto B St. Turn left onto
Northern Ave which becomes Seaport Blvd. Turn left onto Surface Rd. Turn right onto Kneeland Street which becomes Stuart Street. Turn right
onto Charles Street South. Turn left onto Park Plaza. Skinner is at 63 Park Plaza, one block up on the right.
From the North:
Take I-93 South towards Boston. Take exit 26 towards Storrow Drive. Merge onto MA-28 South via the ramp on the left. Turn left onto
Beacon Street. Turn right onto Arlington Street. Turn left onto Boylston Street. Turn right onto Hadassah Way. Skinner is on the right at 63
Park Plaza.
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American & European Fine Paintings & Sculpture $110 $133
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