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Fine Musical Instruments
April 25, 2010
Sale 2501 Boston

Fine Musical Instruments
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1. American Guitar, C.F. Martin & Company, Nazareth, 1971, Style D-28, stamped D-28, 286907 at the upper block, width of lower bout 15 3/4 in., with case. $1,600-2,000

3. American Guitar, C.F. Martin & Company, Nazareth, 1927, Style 000-18, stamped 33328 at the upper block, width of lower bout 15 1/8 in. $4,000-6,000

2. American Guitar, Gibson Incorporated, Kalamazoo, c. 1950, Model L-50, width of lower bout 15 1/4 in. $800-1,200

4. American Tenor Banjo, Bacon Banjo Company, Groton, 1934, Model B&D Silver Bell Montana Special, serial number 23703 stamped to the dowel stick, diameter of head 11 in., with case. $1,500-1,800

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5. American Mandolin, Gibson Mandolin-Guitar Company, Kalamazoo, 1918, Style A-4, serial number 50865, length of back 13 3/4 in., with original case. $2,000-3,000

7. American Mandolin, Lyon & Healy, Chicago, c. 1925, Washburn Style A, serial number 1674, with original case. $1,500-2,500

6. American Mandolin, Gibson Incorporated, Kalamazoo, c. 1950, Style A-40, length of back 13 9/16 in., with case. $800-1,000

8. American Mandolin, Vega Company, Boston, c. 1920, width of body 8 in., with case. $150-250

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9. American Ukulele, C.F. Martin & Company, Nazareth, c. 1930, Style 3K, stamped internally CF MARTIN & CO, NAZARETH PA, length of back 9 7/16 in., with original case. $3,000-4,000

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10. American Tenor Banjo, Bacon Banjo Company, Groton, c. 1928, Model B&D Silver Bell No. 4, serial number 22185 stamped to the dowel stick, diameter of head 11 in., with original case. $3,000-5,000

12. American Tenor Banjo, Bacon Banjo Company, Groton, c. 1929, Model B&D Silver Bell Montana Special, serial number 27326 stamped to the dowel stick, diameter of head 11 in., with original case. $2,000-3,000

11. American Arch Top Tenor Banjo, William Lange, New York, c. 1922, Paramount Style A, serial number 4305, diameter of head 11 1/4 in., with original case. $400-600

13. Hawaiian Ukulele, Kamaka, Honolulu, c. 1970, the koa body, width of lower bout 7 in., with case. $100-200

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14. American Guitar, C.F. Martin & Company, Nazareth, 1946, Style 000-28, stamped 000-28, 97405 at the upper block, width of lower bout 15 3/16 in., with period Martin case. $6,000-8,000

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15. American Mandolin, Gibson Mandolin-Guitar Company, Kalamazoo, c. 1917, Style A-4, serial number 17307, length of back 13 5/8 in., with later case. $300-500

17. American Mandolin, Bacon Manufacturing Company, Groton, 1921, Model Artist, serial number 210, the label signed by William Place Jr., length of back 14 5/16 in., with case. $100-200

16. German Guitar, Karl Hofner Company, Schonbach, c. 1965, Model Senator E1, width of lower bout 16 1/4 in., with case. $400-600

18. German Arch Top Guitar, Karl Hofner Company, Schonbach, 1967, Model President, serial number 3018, length of back 20 1/4 in. $400-600

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19. American Arch Top Tenor Banjo, Epiphone Banjo Corporation, New York, 1928, Model Deluxe Recording, serial number 7036 stamped to inside of pot, diameter of head 11 in., with case. Letter of Appraisal: John Bernunzio, Penfield, 1989 (photocopy only). $3,000-5,000

21. American Mandolin, Gibson Mandolin-Guitar Company, c. 1917, Style F-4, serial number 34644, length of back 13 in., with case. $2,200-2,800

20. American Electric Guitar, Rickenbacker Company, Santa Ana, 1963, Model 1000, stamped CE, 498 at the bridge plate, with case. $400-600

22. American Bass Guitar, Fender Electric Instruments, Fullerton, 1962, Model Precision Bass, serial number 76415, length of back 16 3/8 in., with original case. $1,600-2,000

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23. American Guitar, C.F. Martin & Company, 1932, Style R-18, stamped R-18, 54367 at the upper block, width of lower bout 14 3/8 in. $1,000-1,200

24. American Guitar, The National Valco Company, Model New Yorker, c. 1941, serial number 4160, width of lower bout 15 1/2 in., with case. $600-800

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25. American Electric Guitar, Fender Electric Instruments, Fullerton, 1968, Model Telecaster, serial number 229000 stamped to the neck plate, length of back 15 3/4 in., with case. $3,000-4,000

26. American Electric Guitar, Gibson Incorporated, Kalamazoo, 1970, Model ES-335, serial number 619180 stamped to the back of the peghead, length of back 18 1/4 in., with case. $1,400-1,800

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27. American Bass Guitar, Fender Electric Instruments, Fullerton, 1965, Model Precision Bass, serial number L15225 stamped to the neck plate, length of back 16 1/2 in., with case. $5,000-6,000

28. American Electric Guitar, Fender Electric Instruments, Fullerton, 1958, Model Stratocaster, serial number 30554 stamped to the neck plate, length of body 15 3/4 in., with original case. Note: Sold with letter of authenticity from Lark Street Music, Teaneck, New Jersey. $12,000-16,000

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29. American Electric Guitar, Mosrite of California, c. 1964, “The Ventures Model,” length of back 15 3/4 in., with case. $2,000-3,000

30. American Electric Guitar, Rickenbacker Company, Santa Ana, 1961, Model 365, stamped AG 553 at the output jack, width of lower bout 15 in., with case. $2,200-2,800

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31. American Guitar, Gibson Incorporated, Kalamazoo, 1959, Model ES-175, serial number A28697, width of lower bout 16 in., with original case, strap, cord, and hang tags. $6,000-9,000

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32. Czech Violin, Mathias Heineke, Wildstein (Eger), 1930, branded internally, bearing the maker’s label, length of one-piece back 359 mm. $3,500-4,000

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33. French Violin, Claude Miremont, Paris, 1865, bearing the maker’s label, length of two-piece back 355 mm. $8,000-10,000

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34. Violin, Possibly Italian, c. 1900, labeled ...LANDOLFI..., length of two-piece back 355 mm, with case and bow. $4,000-6,000

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35. American Violin, George Gemunder, New York, 1858, bearing the maker’s label, length of one-piece back 359 mm. $6,000-10,000

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36. Modern Italian Violin, Pedrazzini Workshop, Milan, 1950, bearing the maker’s signed label and interior brand, length of two-piece back 359 mm. Certificate: Stefano Conia, Cremona, July 25, 2009. $8,000-12,000

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37. American Violin, Ignatz Lutz, San Francisco, c. 1920, branded to the lower rib, length of one-piece back 356 mm. $5,000-7,000

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38. American Violin, Orin Weeman, Boston, c. 1880, bearing the maker’s label, length of back 356 mm, with case. $4,000-6,000

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39. French Violin, Paul Kaul, Paris, 1907, bearing the maker’s signed label, length of one-piece back 357 mm. $12,000-16,000

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40. Italian Violin, Antonio Gragnani Workshop, Livorno, c. 1780, unlabeled, branded to the upper button, length of two-piece back 349 mm, with case. $16,000-20,000

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41. French Violin, Jean Baptiste Vuillaume, Paris, c. 1840, labeled ...GASPARD DAIFFOPRUGGA..., and branded internally VUILLAUME, length of back 362 mm. $14,000-18,000

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42. Italian Violin, Lorenzo Bellafontana, Genoa, 1976, bearing the maker’s signed label and interior brand, length of back 357 mm. $12,000-16,000

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43. Italian Violin, Riccardo Antoniazzi, Milan, 1907, bearing the maker’s signed label, length of two-piece back 355 mm, with case. $24,000-28,000

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44. Italian Violin, Pietro Guarneri, Venice, 1734, bearing the original label PETRUS GUARNERIUS FILIUS JOSEPH, CREMONENSIS FECIT VENITIIS, ANNO 1734, the back of strong curl, the ribs and scroll of fine to medium curl, the top of fine to medium grain, the varnish of a red-brown color, length of one-piece back 354 mm, (the scroll possibly by another hand). Certificates: W.E. Hill and Sons, London, December 22, 1905; R.S. Williams & Sons, Toronto, April 23, 1907. $30,000-50,000

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45. Italian Violin, Domenico Rossi, Piacenza, 1907, bearing the maker’s signed label and labeled MODELLO PIETRO GUARNERI, length of back 360 mm. $30,000-40,000

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46. Italian Violin, Gennaro Gagliano, Naples, c. 1755, bearing the maker’s label, length of one-piece back 354 mm, with case. Certificates: Kenneth Warren & Son, Chicago, September 26, 1980; William Lewis & Son, Chicago, July 31, 1948. $30,000-50,000

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47. Italian Violin, Ferdinando Alberti, c. 1740, bearing the maker’s label, length of two-piece back 354 mm. $50,000-60,000

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48. Italian Violin, Giulio Degani, Venice, 1909, bearing the maker’s label, length of two-piece back 358 mm. $28,000-32,000

49. Silver Mounted Violin Bow, Franz Albert Nurnberger II, c. 1920, the octagonal stick stamped *ALBERT NURNBERGER* at the butt, the ebony frog with parisian eye, the plain silver adjuster, weight 63 grams. $2,000-2,500 50. Silver Mounted Violin Bow, Franz Albert Nurnberger II, the octagonal stick stamped *ALBERT NURNBERGER* at the butt, the ebony frog with Stanhope image embedded in a four-point silver star, the silver and ebony adjuster, weight 58 grams. $2,400-3,000 51. French Silver Mounted Violin Bow, Eugene Nicolas Sartory, c. 1930, the round stick stamped E SARTORY A PARIS at the butt, the ebony frog with parisian eye, the plain silver adjuster, weight 60 grams. $6,000-8,000 52. French Silver Mounted Violin Bow, Joseph Alfred Lamy, the round stick stamped A LAMY A PARIS at the butt, the ebony frog with pearl eye, the silver and ebony adjuster, weight 61 grams. $5,000-7,000 53. French Silver Mounted Violin Bow, Eugene Cuniot, E.F. Ouchard, c. 1915, the round stick stamped TOURTE at the butt, the ebony frog with pearl eye, the silver and ebony adjuster, weight 58 grams. Certificate: Jean-François Raffin, Paris, December 10, 2009. $1,600-1,800 54. Child’s French Nickel Mounted Violoncello Bow, Charles Alfred Bazin, the frog by Roger Gerome, the round stick unstamped, the ebony frog with parisian eye, the plain maillechort adjuster, weight 61 grams. Certificate: Jean-François Raffin, Paris, June 20, 2009. $900-1,000

55. French Nickel Mounted Violin Bow, Eugene Cuniot-Hury, c. 1890, the round stick stamped JJ MARTIN at the butt, the ebony frog with pearl eye, the silver and ebony adjuster, weight 58 grams. $1,200-1,600

56. Child’s French Violoncello Bow, Charles Bazin Workshop, the round stick unstamped, weight 64 grams. $500-700

57. French Nickel Mounted Violin Bow, Louis Morizot, the round stick unstamped, the ebony frog with pearl eye, the silver and ebony adjuster, weight 57 grams. Certificate: Jean-François Raffin, Paris, June 26, 2006. $1,200-1,400

58. French Nickel Mounted Bow, Louis Bazin, the round stick stamped LOUIS BAZIN, weight 59 grams. Certificate: Jean-François Raffin, Paris, June 17, 2007. $800-1,000

59. French Silver Mounted Viola Bow, Eugene Cuniot-Hury, c. 1890, the round stick stamped CUNIOT HURY at the butt, the ebony frog with pearl eye, the plain silver adjuster, weight 75 grams. $2,800-3,200

60. English Gold Mounted Viola Bow, Michael Taylor, the round stick stamped EALING STRINGS and MICHAEL TAYLOR at the butt, the mastodon ivory frog with pearl eye, the plain gold adjuster, weight 60 grams. $1,800-2,400

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61. French Silver Mounted Violin Bow, Etienne Pajeot, c. 1835, the round stick unstamped, the ebony frog with pearl eye, the silver and ebony adjuster, weight 55 grams. $9,000-12,000

67. Silver Mounted Viola Bow, Ernst Heinrich Roth Workshop, the octagonal stick stamped *ERNST HEINRICH ROTH*, weight 68 grams. $800-1,200

62. French Nickel Mounted Violin Bow, François Bazin, the round stick unstamped, the ebony frog with pearl eye, the maillechort and ebony adjuster, weight 63 grams. $1,400-1,600

68. English Silver Mounted Violin Bow, the round stick unstamped, the ebony frog with pearl eye, the plain silver adjuster, weight 62 grams. $1,000-1,200

63. French Silver Mounted Viola Bow, Victor Thomassin, the round stick stamped T VICTOR at the butt, the plain ebony frog, the plain silver adjuster, weight 68 grams. $4,500-5,500

69. French Silver Mounted Violin Bow, the round stick unstamped, the ebony frog with pearl eye, the silver and ebony adjuster, weight 60 grams. $3,800-4,200

64. French Silver Mounted Viola Bow, Emile-Auguste Ouchard, stamped EMILE A OUCHARD twice at the butt, and 61 50 under the frog, the ebony frog with parisian eye, the silver and ebony adjuster, weight 70 grams. $6,000-8,000

70. French Silver Mounted Viola Bow, Eric Grandchamp, the round stick stamped E GRANDCHAMP at the butt, the ebony frog with pearl eye, the silver and ebony adjuster, weight 70 grams. $1,200-1,800

65. French Silver Mounted Violin Bow, Silvestre & Maucotel, stamped SILVESTRE & MAUCOTEL at the butt, the ebony frog with parisian eye, the silver and ebony adjuster, weight 58 grams. $1,600-1,800

71. A Quartet of Gold Mounted Bows, the round sticks unstamped, the ebony frogs with parisian eye, the plain gold adjusters. $2,400-2,800

66. French Silver Mounted Violin Bow, Roger-Francois Lotte, the round stick stamped FRANCOIS LOTTE at the butt, the ebony frog with pearl eye, the plain silver adjuster, weight 63 grams. $1,200-1,600

72. Silver Mounted Violin Bow, the octagonal stick unstamped, weight 59 grams. $3,000-4,000

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73. Modern Italian Viola, Probably Sderci Workshop, unlabeled, length of two-piece back 41 cm. $4,000-6,000

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74. American Viola, Marten Cornellisen, Northampton, 1989, bearing the maker’s label, length of two-piece back 16 7/16 in., 418 mm. $7,000-10,000

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75. Italian Viola, Stelio Rossi, Siena, 1954, bearing the maker’s label, length of two-piece back 40.8 cm. Provenance: Property of a Professional Musician. $6,500-7,500

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76. Italian Viola, Romeo Antoniazzi, Cremona, 1909, bearing the maker’s signed label and interior brand, branded to the upper back, length of two-piece back 41.4 cm. $38,000-42,000

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77. Italian Violin, Attributed to and Probably by Enrico Ceruti, Cremona, 1846, bearing the maker’s label and labeled JOSEPH GUARNERIUS FILIUS ANDREAE, FECI CREMONAE SUB TITULO S TERESIAE 1736, the back cut on the half-slab of wide irregular curl, the matching ribs, the top of medium grain, the varnish of a brown color, length of one-piece back 354 mm. $50,000-70,000

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78. French Violin, François Pique, Paris, c. 1790, bearing the maker’s label, length of one-piece back 14 in., 355 mm. $25,000-30,000

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79. Italian Violin, Giovanni Grancino, Milan, c. 1690, labeled GIOVANNI GRANCINO IN CONTRADA, LARGHA DI MILANO AL SEGNO DELLA CORONA, the back of fine curl, the ribs of faint curl, the scroll of fine curl, the top of medium grain, the varnish of a golden color, length of two-piece back 353 mm, with case. Certificate: Etienne Vatelot, Paris, December 12, 1991. $90,000-110,000

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80. French Violin, Hippolyte Chrétien Silvestre, Paris, 1896, bearing the maker’s label, length of one-piece back 359 mm. $15,000-20,000

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81. Italian Violin, Marino Capicchioni, Rimini, 1940, bearing the maker’s label, length of two-piece back 355 mm. $25,000-35,000

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82. Italian Violin, Spirito Sorsana, Cuneo, c. 1720, bearing the maker’s label, length of one-piece back 14 1/16 in., 357 mm, with case. $40,000-60,000

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83. Italian Violin, Giulio Degani, Venice, c. 1930, bearing the maker’s label, length of two-piece back 355 mm, with case. $20,000-28,000

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84. Italian Violin, Giovanni Baptista Ceruti, Cremona, 1803, bearing the original label JO BAPTISTA CERUTI CREMONENSIS, FECIT CREMONAE AN 1803, GBC, and stamped 8549 at fingerboard end, the back, ribs, and scroll of matching fine curl, the top of fine to medium grain, the varnish of a brown color, length of two-piece back 359 mm, with case. Certificate: W.E. Hill & Sons, London, July 12, 1905. $80,000-120,000

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85. Modern Italian Violoncello, Natale Carletti, Pieve di Cento, 1951, bearing the maker’s label, length of back 71.4 cm. $18,000-22,000

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86. French Violoncello, Emile Laurent, Brussels, c. 1900, branded internally, length of two-piece back 75.6 cm. $10,000-14,000

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88. Northern Italian Violoncello, Storioni School, c. 1800, labeled LAURENTIUS STORIONI FECIT, CREMONAE 1775, the top of fine to medium grain, the half-slab cut back of fine curl, the ribs and matching scroll of fine curl, length of one-piece back 72.3 cm. Note: Sold with dendrochronology analysis by John Topham, Red Hill, Surrey, February 20, 2010, stating that the “most significant cross-matching date obtained for the youngest rings measured on the bass and treble sides of the front was AD1717 and AD1713 respectively.” $120,000-140,000

89. French Silver Mounted Violin Bow, Eugene Sartory, c. 1910, the round stick stamped E SARTORY A PARIS at the butt, the ebony frog with parisian eye, the plain silver adjuster, weight 60 grams. $11,000-14,000

94. French Nickel Mounted Violoncello Bow, Pierre Cuniot, c. 1870, the round stick unstamped, the ebony frog with pearl eye, the maillechort and ebony adjuster, weight 78 grams. Certificate: Jean-François Raffin, Paris, June 13, 2007. $3,400-3,800

90. English Silver Mounted Violin Bow, James Tubbs, the round stick stamped JAS TUBBS at the butt, the ebony frog with pearl eye, the plain silver adjuster, weight 57 grams. $3,200-4,000

95. Silver Mounted Viola Bow, the octagonal stick unstamped, weight 67 grams. $300-500 96. French Silver Mounted Violin Bow, Marcel Lapierre, the octagonal stick stamped M LAPIERRE twice at the butt, weight 66 grams. $600-800 97. French Silver Mounted Violin Bow, Marcel Lapierre, the octagonal stick stamped LAPIERRE, weight 65 grams. $1,200-1,600 98. French Silver Mounted Violin Bow, the octagonal stick stamped ???? A PARIS, weight 51 grams (without hair or grip). $800-1,200 99. French Nickel Mounted Violin Bow, Morizot Frères, the round stick stamped L MORIZOT, weight 60 grams. $800-1,200 100. French Nickel Mounted Violin Bow, Eugene Sartory, the octagonal stick stamped E SARTORY A PARIS at the butt, the later ebony frog with parisian eye, the nickel and ebony adjuster, weight 63 grams. $2,000-3,000

91. French Ivory Mounted Violin Bow, Francois Jude Gaulard, c. 1830, the octagonal stick stamped GAULARD at the butt, the ivory frog with pearl star, the plain ivory adjuster, weight 52 grams (without hair or grip). $2,000-3,000

92. French Silver Mounted Violin Bow, François Nicolas Voirin, the round stick stamped FN VOIRIN A PARIS at the butt, the ebony frog with pearl eye, the silver and ebony adjuster, weight 59 grams, (repaired lift in the stick). $2,000-4,000

93. French Silver Mounted Violoncello Bow, Jerome ThibouvilleLamy Workshop, the round stick stamped JB VUILLAUME at the butt, the ebony frog with pearl eye, the silver and ebony adjuster, weight 80 grams. $1,200-1,400

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101. American French Horn, Carl Geyer, Chicago, 1958, the double horn, the bell inscribed MADE BY, CARL GEYER, CHICAGO, IL, with case. $2,500-3,500 102. Three Reproduction Crumhorns, one stamped O STEINKOPF, another stamped MOECK STEINKOPF, and the third stamped MOECK. $200-300 103. American One-Keyed Boxwood Flute, Firth, Hall and Pond, New York, c. 1850, boxwood, with ivory mounts, length 23 5/8 in. $200-300 104. Four Dolmetsch Recorders. $100-200 104A. English Eight-Keyed Flute, Jonathan Fentum, London, c. 1850, rosewood, with silver mounts, stamped J FENTUM, LONDON, length 25 1/2 in., with case. $300-500

104B. Four-Keyed Flute, Possibly English, c. 1840, rosewood, with nickel mounts, length 22 7/8 in., with case. $300-500

104C. Czech Six-Keyed Flute, V. Kohlert's Sons, Graslitz, 1908, cocuswood, with nickel mounts, stamped with the maker's mark, length 24 1/4 in., with case. $300-500

105. American Eight-Keyed Flute, Allen R. Jollie, New York, c. 1850, rosewood, with silver mounts, length 26 5/16 in. $80-120

106. American Silver Flute, Christensen and Company, Boston, c. 1920, serial number 538, length 26 1/4 in., with original case. $600-800

107. American Silver Flute, William S. Haynes Company, Boston, 1961, serial number 30768, length 27 in., with original case. $1,200-1,600 108. American Flute, Gemeinhardt, Elkhardt, c. 1970, serial number 404452, length 26 1/4 in. $200-400 109. French Violin, Charles Bailly Workshop, Mirecourt, 1919, bearing the maker’s label, length of two-piece back 360 mm, with case. $1,800-2,200 110. Czech Violin, Alfons F. Vavra, Prague, 1952, bearing the maker’s label, length of one-piece back 358 mm. $2,500-3,500 111. Tyrolean Violin, c. 1850, Ascribed to Matteo Albani, labeled ...ALBANI..., length of two-piece back 356 mm, with case and two bows. Certificate: Lyon & Healy, Chicago (undated, photocopy only). $800-1,200 112. Markneukirchen Violin, Wilhelm Durrschmidt Workshop, 1922, bearing the maker’s label, length of two-piece back 358 mm, with case and bow. $600-1,000 113. American Violin, John Morse, Putnam, 1912, bearing the maker’s label, length of two-piece back 354 mm, with case. $1,000-1,500 114. American Violin, Milton O. Wickes, Northampton, 1905, bearing the maker’s label, length of two-piece back 356 mm, with case. $1,000-1,500 115. Violin, Possibly Composite, labeled ...CAMILLI..., length of twopiece back 356 mm. $1,800-2,200 116. Modern French Violin, Possibly Delanoy Workshop, Bordeaux, c. 1910, labeled ...CELANI..., length of one-piece back 358 mm. $3,000-5,000 117. French Violin, Charles Buthod Workshop, Mirecourt, c. 1880, bearing the maker’s label, length of one-piece back 362 mm. $2,000-2,400

118. Modern Violin, labeled ...GIUSEPPE SARETTA..., length of two-piece back 356 mm. $3,000-4,000

119. American Violin, Roscoe Hall, Portland, 1908, bearing the maker’s monogram, length of two-piece back 356 mm, case. $800-1,000

120. German Violin, c. 1900, labeled ...CAPPA..., length of two-piece back 360 mm, with case and bow. $800-1,200

121. Markneukirchen Violin, Ernst Heinrich Roth Workshop, c. 1923, bearing the maker’s label, length of one-piece back 355 mm, with case. $800-1,200

122. French Violin c. 1860, labeled ...MAGGINI..., length of one-piece back 354 mm, with case. $1,000-1,400

123. German Violin, Wolff Brothers, Kreuznach, c. 1895, bearing the maker’s label, length of two-piece back 356 mm. $800-1,000

124. French Violin, Paul Blanchard Workshop, Lyon, 1899, bearing the maker’s label, length of two-piece back 359 mm. $1,500-2,000

125. French Violin, c. 1900, Possibly Auguste Falisse, branded internally FALAISE, A PARIS, length of one-piece back 362 mm. $1,500-2,500

126. French Violin, Francois Gavinies, Paris, 1769, bearing the maker’s label, length of two-piece back 355 mm, with case. $1,200-1,800

127. Markneukirchen Violin, 1923, bearing the maker’s signed label, length of two-piece back 358 mm, with case. $1,000-1,500

128. Modern Violin, labeled ...FIORINI..., length of one-piece back 359 mm, with case. $800-1,200

129. French Silver Mounted Violoncello Bow, Eugene Sartory, c. 1930, the round stick stamped E SARTORY A PARIS at the butt and under the lapping, the ebony frog with pearl eye, the silver and ebony adjuster, weight 79 grams. Certificate: Salchow and Sons, New York, May 21, 2008 (with the opinion that the frog and adjuster are by Sartory, c. 1895). $14,000-18,000

135. Gold Mounted Violoncello Bow, Albin Hums, the octagonal stick stamped ALBIN HUMS at the butt, the ebony frog with pearl eye, the plain gold adjuster, weight 76 grams (with baleen grip). $2,200-2,800

130. English Silver Mounted Violoncello Bow, W.E. Hill & Sons, stamped WE HILL & SONS at the butt, and 2 at the silver faceplate, the shell frog with parisian eye, the plain silver adjuster, weight 69 grams (without hair or grip). $1,800-2,600

136. Silver Mounted Violoncello Bow, Richard Grunke, the octagonal stick stamped RICHARD GRUNKE at the butt, and with the maker’s mark on the frog, the ebony frog with parisian eye, the silver and ebony adjuster, weight 81 grams. $1,000-1,200

131. Silver Mounted Violoncello Bow, the round stick unstamped, the ebony frog with pearl eye, the silver and ebony adjuster, weight 65 grams (without hair, adjuster, and pearl slide). $300-500

137. Silver Mounted Violoncello Bow, Richard Grunke, the octagonal stick stamped RICHARD GRUNKE at the butt, and with the maker’s mark on the frog, the ebony frog with parisian eye, the silver and ebony adjuster, weight 78 grams. $1,000-1,200

132. French Silver Mounted Violoncello Bow, Emile François Ouchard, the round stick stamped EMILE OUCHARD at the butt, ebony frog (possibly later) with parisian eye, the silver and ebony adjuster, weight 78 grams. $3,600-3,800

138. Silver Mounted Violoncello Bow, Rudolf Dotschkail, the round stick stamped R DOTSCHKAIL*** at the butt, the ebony frog with parisian eye, the plain silver adjuster, weight 78 grams. $1,000-1,200

133. German Silver Mounted Contrabass Bow, the round stick stamped GERMANY, weight 145 grams. $200-400

139. Silver Mounted Violoncello Bow, Lynn Hannings, the round stick stamped LYNN HANNINGS at the butt, the ebony frog with pearl eye, the plain silver adjuster, weight 81 grams. $1,200-1,600

134. Silver Mounted Violoncello Bow, Albert Nurnberger, the octagonal stick stamped *ALBERT NURNBERGER* at the butt, the ebony frog with pearl eye, the silver and ebony adjuster, weight 77 grams. $2,200-2,800

140. Gold Mounted Violoncello Bow, the octagonal stick unstamped, the ebony frog with parisian eye, the plain gold adjuster, weight 72 grams (with tinsel grip). $1,000-1,200

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141. Silver Mounted Violin Bow, stamped *ALBERT NURNBERGER*, weight 59 grams. $600-800

153. Silver Mounted Violin Bow, the octagonal stick stamped LEON PIQUE, weight 58 grams. $300-500

142. Silver Mounted Violin Bow, the round stick stamped P FRACALOSSI BRASIL, weight 61 grams. $200-400

154. French Nickel Mounted Violoncello Bow, Bazin School, the round stick unstamped, weight 81 grams. $800-1,000

143. Silver Mounted Violin Bow, Otto Durrschmidt, the octagonal stick stamped OTTO DURRSCHMIDT, weight 55 grams (with tinsel grip). $80-100

155. Silver Mounted Violoncello Bow, the round stick unstamped, weight 76 grams. $800-1,200

144. Silver Mounted Violin Bow, the octagonal stick stamped GA PFRETZSCHNER, weight 62 grams. $300-500

156. Silver Mounted Violoncello Bow, the octagonal stick stamped RUDOLF WURLITZER, weight 76 grams. $400-600

145. Nickel Mounted Violin Bow, Bausch Workshop, the round stick stamped L BAUSCH LEIPZIG, weight 52 grams (without hair). $300-400

157. Silver Mounted Violoncello Bow, the round stick stamped E SARTORY A PARIS, weight 76 grams. $200-300

146. Silver Mounted Violin Bow, the round stick stamped LUPOT, weight 46 grams (without hair or grip). $300-500

158. Silver Mounted Contrabass Bow, the octagonal stick stamped *ALBERT NURNBERGER*, weight 133 grams. $500-700

147. Silver Mounted Violin Bow, Egid Dorfler, the octagonal stick stamped E DORFLER, weight 64 grams. $300-500

159. German Violin, c. 1920, labeled ...CARLO MICELLI..., length of twopiece back 360 mm. $400-600

148. Silver Mounted Violin Bow, the round stick stamped A ARNOLD, weight 63 grams. $300-500

160. German Violin, Carl Sandner, Mittenwald, c. 1930, bearing the maker’s label, length of two-piece back 355 mm. $600-800

149. Silver Mounted Violin Bow, the round stick stamped PH DECOMBE, weight 61 grams. $600-800

161. German Violin, c. 1920, unlabeled, length of two-piece back 360 mm. $200-300

150. Nickel Mounted Violin Bow, the round stick stamped BAUSCH and GERMANY, weight 46 grams (without hair, with tinsel grip). $300-400

162. Markneukirchen Violin, Albin Ludwig Paulus, Jr., 1913, bearing the maker’s label, length of two-piece back 357 mm, with case. $600-800

151. Nickel Mounted Violin Bow, Probably Eugene Cuniot, the round stick stamped G TOURNIER, weight 52 grams (without hair or underslide). $600-800

163. German Violin, c. 1920, length of one-piece back 358 mm, with case and bow. $300-500

152. Silver Mounted Violin Bow, the round stick stamped VTOR FETIQUE A PARIS, weight 55 grams (without hair). $600-800

164. Saxon Violin, c. 1760, unlabeled, length of one-piece back 350 mm, with case. $400-600

165. German Violin, c. 1840, labeled ...PIERAY..., also bearing repair label of August Gemunder, length of two-piece back 364 mm. $400-600

177. Markneukirchen Violin, c. 1920, labeled ...CARLO MICELLI..., length of two-piece back 360 mm, with case. $600-800

166. German Violin, labeled ...ANTON WOLFF..., length of back 359 mm. $400-600

178. French Violin, c. 1900, labeled ...BARZONI..., length of one-piece back 360 mm, with case. $300-500

167. French Violin, Jacques Leclerc Workshop, Mirecourt, c. 1920, bearing the maker’s label, length of two-piece back 358 mm. $400-600

179. Czech Violin, c. 1940, labeled ...HERCLIK,.., length of one-piece back 361 mm. $400-600

168. Modern Violin, labeled ...FAROTTI CELESTES..., and branded A LANINI CA internally and at the lower rib, length of back 357 mm. $600-800

180. Modern Violin, c. 1940, labeled LETTI DINO, CESANA 1939, length of one-piece back 361 mm. $600-800

169. French Violin, Marc Laberte Workshop, Mirecourt, c. 1910, bearing the maker’s label, length of two-piece back 357 mm, with case. $300-500

181. Mittenwald Violin, c. 1900, unlabeled, length of one-piece back 355 mm. $600-800

170. Modern Violin, c. 1920, Possibly Italian, labeled ...SCARAMPELLA..., and branded GD internally, length of two-piece back 361 mm. $800-1,200

182. Modern Japanese Violin, c. 1925, labeled ...PAOLO FALCO..., length of two-piece back 357 mm. $400-600

171. German Violin, c. 1900, labeled ...AMATUS..., length of one-piece back 359 mm. $300-500

183. Markneukirchen Violin, Schonfelder Workshop, c. 1920, bearing the maker’s label, length of two-piece back 354 mm, with case. $600-800

172. Violin, c. 1880, labeled ...MAGGINI..., length of one-piece back 367 mm. $500-700

184. Modern Violin, c. 1935, labeled ...SGARABOTTO..., length of twopiece back 353 mm. $400-600

173. French Violin, Probably Nicolas Workshop, Mirecourt, c. 1890, branded internally C CHEVRIER, length of back 362 mm, with case and bow. $300-500

185. Modern Czech Violin, Juzek Workshop, Prague, c. 1926, bearing the maker’s label, signed and dated 10 October, 1926, length of twopiece back 353 mm, with case. $600-800

174. Violin, c. 1880, labeled ...CALCANIUS..., length of one-piece back 347 mm. $300-500

186. Violin, c. 1880, labeled ...PAZARINI..., length of two-piece back 355 mm, with case. $600-800

175. Contemporary American Violin, Christine Linsenmeyer, Boston, 1995, bearing the maker’s signed label, length of two-piece back 355 mm. $600-800

187. Markneukirchen Violin, c. 1930, labeled ...AMATUS..., length of two-piece back 353 mm, with case. $600-800

176. Modern Violin, c. 1950, unlabeled, length of two-piece back 358 mm. $400-600

188. Saxon Violin, c. 1800, labeled ...KLOZ..., length of one-piece back 356 mm, with case and two bows. $400-600

189. Child’s Japanese Violin, c. 1930, labeled ...NIPPON..., length of two-piece back 317 mm, with case and bow. $100-200

201. Silver Mounted Violin Bow, the round stick unstamped, weight 61 grams (without hair). $500-700

190. German Violin, c. 1880, labeled ...OTTO BAUSCH, LEIPZIG..., length of one-piece back 360 mm. $200-250

202. Silver Mounted Violin Bow, the octagonal stick stamped G LOZER BRAZIL, weight 62 grams. $200-300

191. French Violin, Nicolas Emile Cherpitel, Paris, c. 1891, bearing the maker’s label, length of one-piece back 360 mm, with case and bow. $800-1,200

203. Silver Mounted Violin Bow, the round stick stamped ALBERT SCHUSTER, weight 60 grams (without hair). $300-400

192. Modern Violin, c. 1920, labeled ...POGGI..., length of two-piece back 355 mm, with case. $200-300

204. Silver Mounted Violin Bow, Otto Hoyer, the round stick stamped OTTO HOYER PARISER, weight 58 grams. $600-800

193. Markneukirchen Violin, c. 1900, labeled ...GUARNERIUS..., length of two-piece back 360 mm. $400-600

205. French Nickel Mounted Violin Bow, JTL, the octagonal stick stamped N LEMAIRE A PARIS, weight 50 grams (without hair or grip). $500-700

194. English Violin, c. 1840, labeled ...PANORMO..., length of two-piece back 357 mm, with case. $800-1,200

206. Six Violoncello Bows, various makers and mounts. $200-300

195. Modern Violin, labeled ...RAFFAELE BOZZI..., length of two-piece back 357 mm. $600-800

207. Silver Mounted Violoncello Bow, Egid Durfler, the octagonal stick stamped E DURFLER***, weight 81 grams. $400-600

196. Modern German Violin, Julius Heinrich Zimmerman, Berlin, c. 1925, bearing the maker’s label, length of one-piece back 359 mm, with case. $400-600

208. Silver Mounted Violoncello Bow, the round stick unstamped, weight 87 grams. $800-1,000

197. German Violin, Edward Reichart, Dresden, 1913, bearing the maker’s label, length of two-piece back 360 mm, with case. $300-500

209. German Violin, c. 1900, labeled ...GUARNERIUS..., length of twopiece back 360 mm, with case and bow. $300-500

198. Tyrolean Violin, c. 1830, labeled ...FRANZ ??? SCHUSTER..., length of two-piece back 357 mm. $400-600

210. German Violin Labeled “William of Paris,” branded to the upper back and labeled ...WILLIAM OF PARIS..., length of two-piece back 357 mm, with case. $300-500

199. Silver Mounted Viola Bow, A. Meisel, c. 1950, the round stick stamped A MEISEL, weight 74 grams. $600-800

211. Modern Viola, labeled ...DOMENICO CERRONE..., length of back 40.3 cm. $600-800

200. Silver Mounted Violin Bow, the round stick stamped DUPUY A PARIS, weight 57 grams. $400-600

212. Modern Violin, labeled ...DE LUCCIA..., length of two-piece back 355 mm. $600-800

213. German Violin, Schuster Brothers Workshop, Markneukirchen, c. 1910, bearing the makers’ signed label, length of one-piece back 356 mm, with case. $300-500

225. German Violin, c. 1925, labeled ...JOSEPH BAUSCH..., length of two-piece back 356 mm, with case. $600-800 226. Violin, c. 1900, labeled ...DECONET..., length of two-piece back 357 mm, with case. $600-800 227. Modern German Violoncello, Anton Schroetter, Mittenwald, 1970, bearing the maker’s label, length of back 75.3 cm. $400-600 228. French Violin, JTL, c. 1900, labeled ...BARNABETTI..., length of two-piece back 357 mm, with case. $400-600 229. English Violoncello, Attributed to Peter Walmsley, c. 1750, unlabeled, length of back 75.4 cm. $3,500-5,000 230. Modern Violoncello, labeled MARIO BEDOCCHI..., length of back 75.5 cm. $1,000-1,400 231. Modern Violoncello, labeled E MARCHAND..., length of back 75.5 cm. $1,000-1,400 232. Four Child’s Violins. $300-500

214. Modern Violin, labeled ...RAFFAELE BOSSI..., length of two-piece back 356 mm. $600-800

215. Violin, c. 1880, bearing the repair label of George Kschier, Pittsburgh, 1900, length of two-piece back 360 mm, with case and bow. $300-500

216. Modern Violin, labeled ...SANDRO CAVAZZA..., length of one-piece back 354 mm. $600-800

217. Tyrolean Violin, c. 1860, labeled ...HORNSTEINER..., length of twopiece back 355 mm, with case. $600-800

218. Markneukirchen Violin, Karl Herrmann, labeled ...ANDREAS MORELLI..., length of two-piece back 354 mm, with case. $600-800

219. American Violin, Joseph Cross, Lebanon, c. 1910, bearing the maker’s label, length of two-piece back 360 mm. $200-300

220. Modern Violin, labeled ...RAVIZZA CARLO..., length of back 352 mm. $600-800

232A. Child’s German Violin, c. 1910, labeled ...TECHLER..., length of two-piece back 334 mm. $300-500 233. Three Violins, one German, one French, and one Czech. $400-600 234. Child’s French Violin, Mirecourt, c. 1900, labeled ...COUTURIEUX..., length of one-piece back 332 mm, with case. $300-500 235. Two Violins, one by JTL, the other Saxon. $300-500

221. German Violin, c. 1900, labeled ...STRADIVARIUS..., length of twopiece back 358 mm, with case and two bows. $300-500

222. German Violin, Benedict Wagner, Ellwangen, 1779, bearing the maker’s label, branded to the upper back and to the lower rib, length of back 362 mm, with case. $400-600

223. German Violin, c. 1880, labeled ...STRADIVARIUS..., length of twopiece back 358 mm, with case and bow. $300-500

236. Child’s German Violin, c. 1920, unlabeled, length of one-piece back 338 mm. $300-500 236A. Child’s French Violin, labeled ...GAILLARD..., length of back 260 mm, with case. $200-300

224. Modern Viola, c. 1930, labeled LUIGI DE LORENZIZI, MILANO ANNO 1931, length of two-piece back 41 cm. $400-600

237. Child’s Czech Violin, labeled ...JOHN JUZEK..., length of two-piece back 335 mm. $200-400

251. Comas, Ramon Pinto, Los Luthiers Espanoles, 1988. $60-80

238. Violoncello Wood - Four Quarter-sawn Spruce Tops. $150-200

252. Doring, Ernest N., The Guadagnini Family of Violin Makers, 1949. $60-80

239. Violoncello Wood - Two Quarter-sawn Spruce Tops. $100-150

253. Ealing Strings, The Retford Centenary Exhibition, 1975. $20-30

240. Violoncello Wood - Two Quarter-sawn Spruce Tops. $100-150

254. Editrice Turris, Gaetano e Pietro Sgarabotto: Liutai- Violin Makers 1878-1990, 1991. $40-60

241. Violoncello Wood - Two Quarter-sawn Spruce Tops. $100-150

255. Ente Triennale Internazionale degli Strumenti ad Arco, Strumenti Di Antonio Stradivari, 1991. $50-70

242. Violoncello Wood - Two Quarter-sawn Spruce Tops. $100-150

256. Gindin, Dmitry, The Late Cremonese Violin Makers, 2002. $200-300

243. Violoncello Wood - Three Maple Backs. $300-400

257. Hamma, Walter, Meister Italienischer Geigenbaukunst, 1964. $80-100

244. Maple Violoncello Rib Stock - Five Pieces. $100-200

258. Hill, W.H., A.F., and A.E., Antonio Stradivari His Life and Work (16441737), London, 1902. $40-60

245. Three Wood Billets - Poplar, Willow, and Sycamore. $100-200 259. Hill, Alfred, Arthur, and W. Henry, The Violin Makers of the Guarneri Family, 1965. $30-50

246. Maple Violoncello Back, One Piece, Slab Cut. $100-200

247. Fourteen Violin Scrolls. $240-280

260. Hutchins, Carleen, Research Papers in Violin Acoustics, Vols. 1, 2. $80-120

261. Jalovec, Karel, Italian Violin Makers. 248. Accornero, Giovanni, Ivan Epicco, and Eraldo Guerci, Liuteria Piemontese: Annibale Fagnola, 1999, second edition. $80-100 $40-60

262. Jalovec, Karel, German and Austrian Violin Makers, 1967. $30-50

249. Baruzzi, Arnaldo, La Casa Nuziale, 1962. $20-30 263. Jalovec, Karel, Encyclopedia of Violin Makers, 1968, Vols. 1, 2. $40-60

250. Beare, Charles; Hill, W.H., A.F., and A.E., Capolavori di Antonio Stradivari; The Violin Makers of the Guarneri Family. $20-30

264. Jalovec, Karel, German & Austrian Violin Makers, 1967, with original dust jacket. $40-60

265. Magrini, Cesare, Augusto e Gaetano Pollastri, Liutai in Bologna 1877-1960, 1990. $30-50

278. Schuler Berlagsgesellshaft Stuttgart, Loan Exhibition - Stringed Instruments and Bows, 1966. $40-60

266. Magrini, Cesare, Augusto e Gaetano Pollastri, Liutai in Bologna, 1877-1960, 1990. $20-30

279. Schuler Berlagsgesellshaft Stuttgart, Loan Exhibition - Stringed Instruments and Bows, 1966. $40-60

267. Millant, Roger, Vuillaume; Sa Vie et Son Oeuvre, 1972. $40-60

280. Vettori, Carlo, I Maestri Del Novecento, number 358 of an edition of 1000, and signed by the author. $10-20

268. Mucchi, A. M., Gasparo Da Salo, La Vita e L’Opera, 1540-1509, 1940. $30-40

281. Vannes, Rene, and Lebet, Claude, Dictionnaire Universel Des Luthiers, (vol. I and II), 1986, together with Dictionnaire Universel Des Luthiers: Tome Troisieme, Complement des Tomes I et II, 1985. $60-80

269. Nicolini, Gualtiero, The International School of Cremona, Two Score Years of Violin-Making. $10-20

282. Vinicio, Marco, Francesco Bissolotti, 1999. $10-20

270. Poidras, Henri, Dictionnaire Des Luthiers, vol. I and II, 1930, leatherbound. $20-30

283. Harry S. Wake: Four Books on Violin Making and Repair. $30-50

271. Roda, Joseph, Bows for Musical Instruments, Chicago, 1959, Library Edition No. 1752. $300-500

284. Weisshaar, H., and Shipman, M., Violin Restoration, 1988, First Edition, No. 1781 of 2000. $100-150

272. Sacconi, Simon Ferdinando, The “Secrets” of Stradivari, 1979. $50-70

285. Wenberg, Thomas James, The Violin Makers of the United States, 1986. $60-80

273. Sacconi, Simone F., I “Segreti” Di Stradivari, 1972, with original dust jacket, (Italian text). $60-80

286. The Henry Hottinger Collection, 1967, Rembert Wurlitzer Incorporated, in original dust jacket. $30-50

274. Alte Meistergeigen, Band I, 1977. $60-80

287. The Henry Hottinger Collection, 1967, Rembert Wurlitzer Incorporated, in original dust jacket. $30-50

275. Alte Meistergeigen, Band II, 1978. $60-80 288. Five Volumes of Violin-Related Literature. $30-50 276. Schuler Berlagsgesellshaft Stuttgart, Loan Exhibition - Stringed Instruments and Bows, 1966. $40-60

289. Nine Volumes of Violin-Related Literature. $10-20

277. Schuler Berlagsgesellshaft Stuttgart, Loan Exhibition - Instruments and Bows, 1966. $40-60

290. Twelve Volumes of Violin-Related Literature. $10-20

291. Two Volumes on Violin-Related Subjects. $20-30 292. Three Volumes on Violin-Related Subjects. $20-30 293. Two Volumes on Violin Making, Violin Making; Violin and ‘Cello Building and Repairing. $30-50 294. German Violin, George Winterling, Hamburg, 1912, bearing the maker’s label, length of one-piece back 355 mm. $2,800-3,200 295. Swiss Violin, Hans Franze, Basel, 1924, bearing the maker’s label, length of two-piece back 356 mm. $3,400-3,800 296. French Violin, George Apparut, Mirecourt, 1940, bearing the maker’s label, length of one-piece back 13 15/16 in., 355 mm. $1,800-2,400 297. French Violin, c. 1860, labeled ...CERIN..., length of two-piece back 14 1/8 in., 359 mm. $3,000-5,000 298. Modern German Violin, Hans Trautner, Ansbach, 1928, bearing the maker’s label and interior brand, length of two-piece back 14 in., 355 mm. $2,000-3,000 299. Violin, c. 1760, bearing the repair label of John Carroll, Manchester, length of two-piece back 353 mm, with case. $2,600-3,000 300. Modern Violin, labeled WALTER HAMMA, STUTTGART 1951, length of two-piece back 14 in., 355 mm, with bow and case. $2,000-3,000 301. Modern Italian Violin, Luigi Mozzani, Cento, 1921, bearing the maker’s label, length of two-piece back 355 mm. $4,000-6,000 302. Modern Violin, Mateo Bruni, Buenos Aires, 1950, bearing the maker’s signed label, length of two-piece back 357 mm, with case. $3,000-5,000

303. Violin, c. 1920, labeled ...GAETANO CIOCCHI..., length of two-piece back 357 mm. $3,000-5,000

304. Violin, Probably English, c. 1830, labeled ...FERDINANDUS GAGLIANO..., length of two-piece back 358 mm. $2,800-3,200

304A. Modern Viola, Attributed to Giuseppe Lucchi, labeled GIUSEPPE LUCCHI DA BAGNACAVALLO, FECE IN ROMA 1969, length of back 16 1/2 in., 420 mm. Note: With certificate of participation and award, City of Bagnacavallo, October 5, 1969. $3,000-5,000

305. Modern Italian Violin, Reale Puglisi, Catania, 1908, bearing the maker’s label, length of two-piece back 358 mm. $3,000-5,000

306. Italian Violin, Aldo Zani, Cesena, 1949, bearing the maker’s label, length of two-piece back 359 mm. Letter of appraisal: J.P. Guivier & Co., Ltd., London, February 22, 1979; Bill of Sale: February 10, 1972. $4,500-5,000

307. Modern English Violin, labeled ...JANUARIUS VINACCIA..., length of two-piece back 355 mm. $3,000-5,000

308. French Violin, Auguste Delivet, Paris, 1920, bearing the maker’s label and interior brand, length of one-piece back 356 mm, with case. $2,400-2,800

309. Violin c. 1840, Ascribed to Joseph Dall’Aglio, labeled ...DALL’AGLIO..., length of two-piece back 357 mm, with case. Letter: Wilson Violin Shop, Las Vegas, January 20, 1984. $10,000-15,000

310. Violin, c. 1850, Ascribed to Guadagnini School, labeled ...GAETANO GUADAGNINI..., length of two-piece back 354 mm, with case. Certificate: Dario D’Attili, Dumont, April 16, 1981. $8,000-12,000

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312. Czech Violoncello, Ferdinand August Homolka, Prague, 1876, bearing the maker’s label, length of back 75.7 cm, with case. $3,000-5,000

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313. Czech Violin, Otakar Spidlen, Prague, 1935, bearing the maker’s signed label, length of one-piece back 354 mm. $4,000-6,000

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314. Italian Violin, Enrico Piretti, Bologna, 1931, bearing the maker’s signed label, length of back 356 mm. $1,800-2,000

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315. French Violin, Emile Bonnel, Rennes, 1891, bearing the maker’s label, length of two-piece back 358 mm. $5,000-8,000

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316. Italian Violin, Rodolfo Tramonti, Forli, 1947, bearing the maker’s label and interior brand, length of two-piece back 13 7/8 in., 354 mm. $8,000-12,000

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317. Modern Italian Violin, Vincenzo Cavani, Modena, 1951, bearing the maker’s label, length of one-piece back 353 mm. Certificate: Fritz Reuter, Lincolnwood, January 16, 2008. $8,000-10,000

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318. Modern Italian Violin, Giuseppe Castagnino, Chiavari, 1913, bearing the maker’s signed label, length of two-piece back 356 mm, with case. $10,000-14,000

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319. Czech Violin, Julius Hubicka, Prague, 1943, bearing the maker’s label, length of two-piece back 358 mm. $1,200-1,800

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320. Modern Italian Violin, Bisiach Workshop, Milan, 1962, bearing the maker’s signed label, “COPIA DI GB ROGERI,” length of two-piece back 359 mm. $4,000-6,000

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321. Italian Violin, Raffaele Giusquiani, Arezzo, 1929, bearing the maker’s signed label, length of two-piece back 351 mm. $5,000-7,000

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322. Czech Violin, Johann Kulik, Prague, 1860, bearing the maker’s label, length of two-piece back 358 mm, with case. $4,000-6,000

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323. Italian Violin, Enzo Lassi, Faenza, 1954, bearing the maker’s label, length of one-piece back 356 mm. $4,000-6,000

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324. German Violin, Friedrich Christian Edler, Frankfurt, 1861, bearing the maker’s label, length of two-piece back 354 mm. $3,000-4,000

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325. French Violin, for Paul Bisch, Mirecourt, 1938, bearing the maker’s signed label, length of one-piece back 354 mm. $3,200-3,800

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326. Modern Italian Violin, Otello Bignami, Bologna, 1953, bearing the maker’s signed label, length of one-piece back 355 mm. Certificate: Horacio Pineiro, New York, September 9, 2008: Gaetano Pollastri, Bologna, September, 1956; Bill of Sale: J.H. Edler, Boston, March 26, 1959. $10,000-12,000

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327. Czech Violin, Caspar Strnad, Prague, 1807, bearing the maker’s label, length of one-piece back 354 mm, with case. $5,000-7,000

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328. American Violin, Jerome Bonaparte Squier, Boston, 1888, bearing the maker’s label, length of two-piece back 359 mm, with case and two bows. $4,000-6,000

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329. American Violin, Giuseppe Martino, Boston, 1922, bearing the maker’s label, length of two-piece back 355 mm, with case. $2,600-3,200

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330. Swiss Violin, Gustave Lutsch, Zurich, 1894, bearing the maker’s label and interior brand, length of two-piece back 360 mm. $2,000-4,000

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331. American Violin, Ladislav Kaplan, New York, 1901, bearing the maker’s label, length of back 356 mm, with case. $2,000-2,400

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List of Makers
Violins & Violas
Alberti, F. ..........................................................................................47 Antoniazzi, R. ............................................................................43, 76 Bailly, C...........................................................................................109 Bignami, O. ....................................................................................326 Bisiach, Workshop..........................................................................320 Blanchard, P. ..................................................................................124 Bellafontana, L. ................................................................................42 Bonnel, E. ......................................................................................315 Cappicchioni, M. ..............................................................................81 Castagnino, G. ..............................................................................318 Cavani, V.........................................................................................317 Ceruti, E. ..........................................................................................77 Ceruti, G.B. ......................................................................................84 Degani, G. ..................................................................................48, 83 Edler, F.C. ......................................................................................324 Gagliano, G. ....................................................................................46 Gemunder, G. ..................................................................................35 Giusquiani, R. ................................................................................321 Gragnani, A. ....................................................................................40 Grancino, G. ....................................................................................79 Guarneri, P. ......................................................................................44 Hall, R.............................................................................................119 Heineke, M. ......................................................................................32 Hubicka, J. ....................................................................................319 Kaplan, L. ......................................................................................331 Kaul, P. ............................................................................................39 Kulik, J. ..........................................................................................322 Lassi, E. ........................................................................................ 323 Lutsch, G. ......................................................................................330 Lutz, I. ..............................................................................................37 Martino, G. ....................................................................................329 Miremont, C. ....................................................................................33 Morse, J. ........................................................................................113 Pedrazzini, G. ..................................................................................36 Pique, F. ..........................................................................................78 Piretti, E. ........................................................................................314 Rossi, D. ..........................................................................................45 Rossi, S. ..........................................................................................75 Silvestre, H.C. ..................................................................................80 Sorsana, S. ......................................................................................82 Spidlen. O.......................................................................................313 Strnad, C. ......................................................................................327 Squier, J.B. ....................................................................................328 Tramonti, R. ....................................................................................316 Vavra, A. ........................................................................................110 Vuillaume, J.B. ..................................................................................41 Weeman, O. ....................................................................................38 Wickes, M. ....................................................................................114

Bows
Bazin, C.A. ................................................................................54, 56 Bazin, F.............................................................................................62 Bazin, L. ..........................................................................................58 Cornellisen, M...................................................................................74 Cuniot-Hury, E. ....................................................................55, 58, 59 Cuniot,P. ..........................................................................................94 Dotschkail ......................................................................................138 Gaulard, F.J. ....................................................................................91 Grandchamp, E. ..............................................................................17 Grunke, R. ..............................................................................136, 137 Hannings, L. ..................................................................................139 Hill, W.E. & Sons ............................................................................130 Hums, A. ........................................................................................135 JTL ..................................................................................................93 Lamy, J.A. ........................................................................................52 Lapierre, M. ................................................................................96, 97 Lotte, R.F. ........................................................................................66 Morizot, L. ........................................................................................57 Nurnberger, A. ....................................................................49, 50, 134 Ouchard, E.A. ..................................................................................64 Ouchard, E.F...................................................................................132 Pajeot, E...........................................................................................61 Sartory, E. ..................................................................51, 89, 100, 129 Taylor, M. ..........................................................................................60 Thomassin, ....................................................................................V.63 Tubbs, J. ..........................................................................................90 Voirin, F.N. ........................................................................................92

Fretted Instruments
Bacon Banjo Company, and Mfg. Co. ..............................4, 10, 12, 17 C.F. Martin & Company ..................................................1, 3, 9, 14, 23 Epiphone ..........................................................................................19 Fender Electric Instruments ............................................22, 25, 27, 28 Gibson Mandolin-Guitar Company, and Inc. ..............................2, 5, 6, ......................................................................................15, 21, 26, 31 Hofner, Karl ................................................................................16, 18 Kamaka ............................................................................................13 Lange, William ..................................................................................11 Lyon & Healy ......................................................................................7 Mosrite ............................................................................................29 National Valco ..................................................................................24 Rickenbacker Co. ......................................................................20, 30 Vega Company ..................................................................................8

Winds
Christiansen & Co...........................................................................106 Fentum, Jonathan ........................................................................104A Firth, Hall & Pond............................................................................103 Gemeinhardt ..................................................................................108 Haynes, W. S. Co. ..........................................................................107 Jollie, A...........................................................................................105 Geyer, C. ........................................................................................101 Kohlert ........................................................................................104C

Violoncelli
Carletti, N ........................................................................................85 Homolka, F.A. ................................................................................312 Laurent, E. ........................................................................................86 Storioni (school of) ............................................................................88

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Glossary of Terms

All items in the catalogue are described according to the following table of terminology. Please note that all statements in this catalogue 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 follow 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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Skinner, Inc. - Conditions of Sale
1. Some of the lots in this sale are offered subject to a reserve. The reserve is a confidential minimum price agreed upon by the consignor and Skinner, Inc. below 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, attribution, provenance, period, culture, source, origin, or condition of the property and no statement made at the sale, or in the bill of sale, or invoice or elsewhere shall be deemed such a warranty of representation or an assumption of liability. 3. Except as provided in paragraph 1 above, the highest bidder as determined by the auctioneer shall be the purchaser. In the case of a disputed bid, the auctioneer shall have sole discretion in determining the purchaser and may also, at his or her election, withdraw the lot or reoffer the lot for sale. 4. All merchandise purchased must be paid for and removed from the premises the day of the auction. Skinner Inc. may impose, and the purchaser agrees to pay, a monthly interest charge of 1.5% of the purchase price of any lot or item lot not paid for within thirty-five (35) days of the date of sale. Skinner, Inc. shall have no liability for any damage or loss to property left on its premises for more than three (3) days from the date of sale. If any property has not been removed within three (3) days from the date of sale, at the option of Skinner, Inc. (a) Skinner Inc., may impose, and the purchaser agrees to pay, a monthly storage charge of 1.5% of the purchase price of any lot or portion of a lot not removed within the three days, and/or (b) Skinner Inc. may place the merchandise in a subsequent auction, without Reserve, to be sold to the highest bidder, and after deducting the standard commission and any additional charges that may apply, remit the proceeds to the purchaser. 5. Skinner accepts cash or check for payment. Personal checks will be acceptable only if credit has been established with Skinner, Inc. or if a bank authorization has been received guaranteeing a personal check. Skinner, Inc. reserves the right to hold merchandise purchased by personal check until the check has cleared the bank. The purchaser agrees to pay Skinner, Inc. a handling charge of $25.00 for any check dishonored by the drawee. Please contact Accounting for additional payment methods. Skinner does not accept payment by credit card for merchandise purchases. 6. If the purchaser breaches any of its obligations under these Conditions of Sale, including its obligation to pay in full the purchase price of all items for which it was the highest successful bidder, Skinner Inc. may exercise all of its rights and remedies under the law including, without limitation, (a) canceling the sale and applying any payments made by the purchaser to the damages caused by the purchaser’s breach, and/or (b) offering at public auction, without reserve, any lot or item for which the purchaser has breached any of its obligations, including its obligation to pay in full the purchase price, holding the purchaser liable for any deficiency plus all costs of sale. 7. In no event will the liability of Skinner, Inc. to any purchaser with respect to any item exceed the purchase price actually paid by such purchaser for such item. 8. Shipping is the responsibility of the purchaser. Upon request, our staff will provide the list of shippers who deliver to destinations within the United States and overseas. Some property that is sold at auction can be subject to laws governing export from the U.S., such as items that include material from some endangered species. Import restrictions from foreign countries are subject to these same governing laws. Granting of licensing for import or export of goods from local authorities is the sole responsibility of the buyer. Denial or delay of licensing will not constitute cancellation or delay in payment for the total purchase price of these lots. 9. All purchases are subject to the Massachusetts 6.25% sales tax unless the purchaser possesses a Massachusetts sales tax exemption number. Exemption numbers from other states are accepted in Massachusetts if presented with a business card or letterhead. Dealers, museums, and other qualifying parties can apply for a Massachusetts exemption number prior to the auction by contacting the Massachusetts Department of Corporations and Taxation at 100 Cambridge Street in Boston. 10. Except for property purchased via on-line Live Auctions, a premium equal to 18.5% of the final bid price up to and including $200,000, plus 10% of the final bid over $200,000, will be applied to each lot sold, to be paid by the Buyer as part of the purchase price. The buyers premium on property purchased via on-line Live Auctions will be in the amount equal to 22.5% of the final bid price up to and including $200,000, plus 15% of the final bid over $200,000. 11. Bidding on any item indicates your acceptance of these terms and all other terms announced at the time of sale whether bidding in person, through a representative, by phone, by Internet, or other absentee bid. 12. Skinner, Inc. and its consignors make no warranty or representation, express or implied, that the purchaser will acquire any copyright or reproduction rights to any lot sold. Skinner, Inc. expressly reserves the right to reproduce any image of the lots sold in this catalogue. The copyright in all images, illustrations and written material produced by or for Skinner, Inc. relating to a lot, including the contents of this catalogue, is, and shall remain at all times, the property of Skinner, Inc. and shall not be used by the purchaser, nor by anyone else, without our prior written consent. 13. These conditions of sale shall be governed by the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts (excluding the laws applicable to conflicts or choice of law). The buyer/bidder agrees that any suit for the enforcement of this agreement may be brought, and any action against Skinner in connection with the transactions contemplated by this agreement shall be brought, in the courts of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts or any federal court sitting therein. The bidder/buyer consents to the nonexclusive jurisdiction of such courts and waives objections that it may now or hereafter have to the venue of any such suit.
Revised September 29, 2009

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Chairman of the Board - Nancy R. Skinner Richard Albright Barnet Fain Stephen L. Fletcher Karen M. Keane

Administration

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Expert Departments

SKINNER, INC. Auctioneers and Appraisers of Antiques and Fine Art 63 Park Plaza Boston, MA 02116 617.350.5400 Fax 617.350.5429 274 Cedar Hill Street Marlborough, MA 01752 508.970.3000 Fax 508.970.3100 www.skinnerinc.com

American & European Paintings & Prints - Robin S.R. Starr Assistants: Kathy Wong, Elizabeth C. Haff American Furniture & Decorative Arts - Stephen L. Fletcher, Martha Hamilton Assistants: LaGina Austin, Karen Langberg, Chris Barber, Susan Zacharias American Indian & Ethnographic Art - Douglas Deihl Asian Works of Art - James F. Callahan Assistant: Tianyue Jiang Books & Manuscripts - Stuart P. Whitehurst Assistant: Sara C. Wishart Bottles, Flasks & Early Glass - Stephen L. Fletcher Ceramics - Stuart G. Slavid Classic Automobiles & Motorcycles - Jane D. Prentiss Couture - Kerry Shrives Discovery Sales - Kerry Shrives Assistants: Garrett J. Sheahan, Harry B. McNabb, Melissa Riebe European Furniture & Decorative Arts - Stuart G. Slavid Assistants: Stuart P. Whitehurst, Sara C. Wishart Fine Wines - Marie Keep Jewelry - Gloria Lieberman Assistants: Sheila Barron Smithie, F.G.A., G.G.; John Colasacco Judaica - Kerry Shrives Modernism: 1896–Present: Art Glass, Pottery, Metalwork & Furniture Jane D. Prentiss Museum & Collections Services - Martha Hamilton Musical Instruments - David Bonsey Oriental Rugs & Carpets - Gary Richards Science, Technology & Clocks - Robert C. Cheney Assistant: Chris Barber Silver - Stuart G. Slavid Assistant: Sara C. Wishart Toys & Dolls - Kerry Shrives Auctioneers - LaGina Austin, David Bonsey, Robert C. Cheney, Stephen L. Fletcher, Karen M. Keane, Marie C. Keep, Gloria Lieberman, Kerry Shrives, Stuart G. Slavid, Robin S.R. Starr, Laura V. Sweeney, Stuart P. Whitehurst

Exhibitions & Property Distribution

Marlborough:

Warehouse Manager - Jonathan Dowling, 508.970.3280 Property Manager - Samuel Combs, 508.970.3262 Elisabeth Benson-Allott, 617.874.4312; Kerryn Murphy, 617.874.4329 Property Distribution Manager - Jessica R. Lincoln, 617.874.4308

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Finance Department

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Accounts Receivable - Denise Johnson, 508.970.3269 Accounts Payable - Kathleen Hayes, 508.970.268 Credit Supervisor - Joe Monteyro, 508.970.3266

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Appraisal & Auction Services - Patricia Walker King, Beth Zwicker, Katharine Holtman, Leah Skowron Advertising Production - Pamela Van de Houten Boston Gallery Director - Laura V. Sweeney Assistant Gallery Director: Paige Lewellyn Gallery Assistant: Katharine E. Hampson Catalogue Production - Pamela Van de Houten, Kristina Harrison Assistant: Cheryl Freeman Customer Relations - Carol McCaffrey Human Resources - Carol McCaffrey Information Technology & Internet Auctions - Kerry Shrives Assistants: Timothy Shaughnessey, Melissa Riebe Consignment Services - Deanna Williams, Megan J. Blomgren, Carol Zeigler Managing Director - Marie C. Keep Marketing & Public Relations - Catherine Riedel, Anne M. Trodella, Karen Skinner Photographers - Stanley P. Bystrowski, Jeffrey R. Antkowiak Receptionists - Marlborough: Carol Tran Boston: Hadley Dinardo Transportation - Eric Jones Assistants: Mark McCaffrey, John Williams

Directions to Skinner's Boston Gallery/63 Park Plaza, Boston, MA Telephone: 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.

PARKING
INDOOR PARKING GARAGES City Place Parking Garage Transportation Building 12 Charles Street Located at the end of Park Plaza Underground multi-level garage All day–closes at 2:30 a.m. First hr/$5, after 2 hrs/$14 AllRight Parking Boston Common Garage Located on Charles Street, on the Common, two blocks from Skinner 1 hr/$6, up to 24 hrs/$25, Evenings (4pm-10am)/$10 The Four Seaons Hotel Parking Garage 200 Boylston Street Adjacent to Skinner, valet drop-off and pick-up, up to 24 hrs/$30 The Taj Hotel Parking Garage 2 Newbury Street Located three blocks from Skinner, valet drop-off and pick-up Up to 24 hrs/$42 Back Bay Garage 222 Berkeley Street (entrance off St. James) One block from Skinner All day/$35, evening (5pm-7am)/$10 Radisson Hotel Parking Garage Stuart Street (near intersection of Charles) Two blocks from Skinner 1-2 hrs/$12, 2-3 hrs/$16, 3-12 hrs/$18, 12-24 hrs/$31 Motor Mart Garage 26 Park Plaza (Same building as Legal Sea Food) Up to 1 hr/$8, 1 to 2 hrs/$12, 2-3 hrs/$16, 3-12 hrs/$20, 12-24 hrs/$31, weekends up to 3 hrs/$8 OUTDOOR PARKING LOTS (recommended for trucks) Pin Stripe Parking Arlington Street 617-338-7984 All day/$14, after 6 p.m. and weekends/$10, overnight/$15 Billy’s Parking 222 Stuart Street 617-423-7781 8am-5pm/$18, after 5pm/$20

BOSTON HOTELS

BOSTON HOTELS WITH SKINNER CORPORATE RATES

Boston Harbor Hotel 70 Rowe’s Wharf Boston, MA 02110 Tel: 800-654-2000 Fax: 617-345-6799 Fairmont Copley Plaza 138 St. James Avenue Boston, MA 02116 Tel: 617-267-5300 Fax: 617-375-9648 Four Seasons 200 Boylston Street Boston, MA 02116 Tel: 617-351-2036 The Liberty Hotel 215 Charles St. Boston, MA 02114 617-224-4000 Marriott Copley Place 110 Huntington Avenue Boston, MA 02116 Tel: 800-228-9290 Fax: 617-236-5885

Nine Zero Hotel 90 Tremont St. Boston, MA 02108 617-772-5800 Radisson Hotel 200 Stuart Street Boston, MA 01740 Tel: 617-482-1800 Fax: 617-451-2750 The Ritz-Carlton, Boston Common 10 Avery Street Boston, MA 02111 Tel: 617-912-3315 Fax: 617-912-3375 Taj Boston 15 Arlington St. Boston, MA 02116 617-536-5700 Westin-Copley Plaza 10 Huntington Avenue Boston, MA 02116 Tel: 800-228-3000 Fax: 617-424-7483

The Back Bay Hotel (formerly Jurys) 350 Stuart Street Boston, MA 02116 Tel: 617-532-3800 Beacon Hill Hotel & Bistro 25 Charles Street Boston, MA 02114 Tel: 617-723-1133 The Colonnade 120 Huntington Avenue Boston, MA 02116 Tel: 617-424-7000 Fax: 617-424-0968

Eliot Hotel 370 Commonwealth Ave. Boston, MA 02215 Tel: 617-267-1607 The Park Plaza 64 Arlington Street Boston, MA 02116 Tel: 617-457-7488 Fax: 617-426-2000

RESTAURANTS

FINE DINING
Aujourd’hui Four Seasons Hotel, 200 Boylston Street (between Arlington & Charles Streets) 617-351-2071 New American.

Scampo The Liberty Hotel 215 Charles St. 617-536-2100 Lydia Shire’s latest restaurant, featuring Italian fare produced in an open kitchen upstairs at the Liberty Hotel. Troquet 140 Boylston St. 617-695-9463 French restaurant and wine bar perched at the edge of the Boston Common and the theatre district. Via Matta 79 Park Plaza 617-422-0008 Elegant Italian fare and beautiful wines in a vibrant dining room - the best of Italy in Boston’s Back Bay creates an unforgettable experience.

McCormick and Schmick’s Seafood Restaurant 36 Columbus Ave 617-482-3999 Fresh seafood offerings that change daily. Summer Shack 50 Dalton St. 617-867-9955 Jasper White serves well-executed seaside favorites in a casual Back Bay setting.

Dante Royal Sonesta Hotel 5 Cambridge Parkway 617-806-4200 Mediterranean restaurant with great views of the Charles River and Boston skyline.

INEXPENSIVE
Au Bon Pain 26 Park Plaza (across the street from Skinner) or 431 Boylston Street (at Berkeley Street) 617-338-8948 Casual café offers quick service. Davio’s To Go 10 St. James Galleria Atrium 617-357-4810 Casual Italian take-out lunch spot with daily special pastas, soups, and salads. Flash’s 310 Stuart St. 617-574-8888 American comfort food served with classic cocktails in a casual setting. Parish Café 361 Boylston St. 617-247-4777 American restaurant with seasonal outdoor seating features sandwiches created by renowned local chefs. Piattini 226 Newbury Street 617-536-2020 Italian wine bar with an eclectic menu; specializes in Italian-style tapas.

Davio’s 75 Arlington St. 617-357-4810 Northern Italian steak house.

MODERATE
Grill 23 & Bar 161 Berkley Street (Stuart Street) 617-542-2255 Great steak, seafood, wine list, and service. Aquitaine 569 Tremont Street 617-424-8577 Parisian bistro style fare. The Bristol Lounge at Four Seasons Hotel 200 Boylston St. 617-338-4400 Breakfast, lunch, and dinner served in an elegant yet comfortable lounge setting with views of the Boston Public Garden. East Ocean City 25-29 Beach St. 617-542-2504 Outstanding Chinese food restaurant highlighting seafood dishes with a fullservice bar. Lala Rokh on Beacon Hill 97 Mt. Vernon Street 617-720-5511 Authentic regional Persian cuisine, handselected wine list, knowledgeable waitstaff.

L’Espalier 774 Boylston St. 617-262-3023 French dining in an elegant townhouse with a wonderful prix-fixe menu.

No. 9 Park 9 Park St. 617-742-9991 Barbara Lynch’s bistro showcases inspired French and Italian influenced food and wine on Beacon Hill.

Radius 85 High St. 617-426-1234 Features a modern French menu focusing on seasonal ingredients accompanied by a thoughtful wine list.

The Upper Crust 20 Charles Street 617-723-9600 Gourmet thin crust pizza.

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