Fine Violins

Karl HermannGermany1920Sold
J. HornsteinerGermanyc.1917
Klingenthal SchoolGermanyc.1880
Neuner & HornsteinerGermanyc.1882
J.B. Schweitzerc.1890
Salzard modelFrenchc.1880
W.H. AdkinsUSAc.1908
Lowendall, Solo modelGermanyc.1900Sold
N. NelsonSalt Lake City, Utah1923Sold
Amati modelGermanyc.1900Sold
M. Laberte WorkshopMirecourt, France1930
Scott Cao models 750, 850, 950
Alfredo GaleaS. Africa1957Sold
C. Jean Pique2009
Amati modelGermanc.1890
A.M. NelsonUSAc.1947
C. Callegari, Stradivari, & Amati Models
Orchestra FavoriteGermanyc.1920Sold
Michael Puzak, Guadagini model2005
Stradivari modelGermanyc.1930
E.H. RothGermany1968
Ming Jiang Zhu ShopChina
G.A. FickerGermany1968Sold
J.T. LamyFrancec.1920Sold
Neuner & HornsteinerMittenwald, Germanyc.1875Sold
Shiquan Zhao ShopUSA/China
Joseph Guarnieri 1744 copy (made under the supervision of Yun Hai Xu, Gold metal winner)China2017
Scott Cao, 750EChina2017
Many more pre-war German Instruments



Eugen Mienel (E.H. Roth)MarkneukirchenGermany1927
Hermann TodtGermany1912
E.H. Roth, 1725 Strad. modelc.1924
E.H. Roth 1724 Strad. modelc.1923
Baker & AbbottWeymouth Mass.1874Sold
Shiquan Zhao, Strad. modelLakewood, CA
Shiquan Zhao, Guarneri modelLakewood, CA
Hermann TodtGermany1924
Stefano Conia Jr.Cremona Italy1998
Rene AertsLos Angeles1932Sold
E.H. Roth, Guarneri modelc.1926Sold
Henry KnopfNew Yorkc.1914Sold
J.T. Lamy, Vuillaume modelc.1890
Stefano TrabuchiCremona ItalySold
Bronek CisonChicago2005Sold
Frank J. CallierHollywood, CA1929
E.H. RothMarkneukirchen1928Sold
Michael Koberliing, Guarnieri modelMurnau2007Sold
Thomas FawickCleveland1957
Mietek RusnakChicago2004
James ThompsonMurton Square, England1857Sold
William WhedbeeChicago2001Sold
William WhedbeeChicago2000
William WhedbeeChicago1990Sold
Luther D. HeigesBaltimore, MD1917
M. Neuner School, Amati modelMittenwaldc.1880Sold
Lucien GrielsanerFrancec.1912Sold
Karl Bitterer, Maggini modelc.1973
Joseph JohnsonNewcastle, England1896
Pressenda copyMarkneukirchenc. 1900s-1920s
Derazey SchoolFrancec. 1880s
Gerrit MaurerLakewood, CA2008, 2015
Modern Italian A. Romeo copyItalyc. 1960s-1970s
Jan BobakChicago1991
C. G. Glier & SonMarkneukirchenc. 1920s
Ernst Reinhold SchmidtMarkneukirchenc. 1900
E. H. Roth, Guarnieri modelMarkneukirchen1932
Henry KnopfNew York1914
Arno E. HendelMarkneukirchen1927
Wojciech TopaZakopane, Poland2014
Louis MiltonBeford, England1927
Stefano LupoCremona, Italy2016
Alban O. SchmidtMarkneukirchenc. 1914
Michael BittererMittenwald1985
Adolphus Monnigc.1864
August Gemunder & SonsNew York1896
Alfio BatteliItaly1977Sold
F. CaussinFrancec.1875Sold
H. MoyaEnglandc.1900
Guido LeoniItaly1964
Adolphus Momig, Prestini Hugry1864
Michael BittererMittenwald1989
Vanna SoChicago2002Sold
Carl Rothammer, Guarnieri modelMittenwald1982
Karl Bitterer, Guarnieri modelMittenwald1982
George Nicholas EinseleChicago1910
George Nicholas EinseleChicago1924Sold
T.J. Holder, Guadagaini modelParis1929Sold
Collin-MezinParis, France1897, 1899
Austrian ViolinAustrialate 1700s
Shiquan Zhao, Sliver Medal, Czech Republic, 2004Lakewood, CA2012, 2016
Karl BittererMittenwald, VSA Gold Medal Winner1982
H.C. SilvestreLyons, Francec. 1890 (with certificate)Sold
Michael BittererMittenwald, Sacconi Winner1982
Armando PiccaglianiModena, Italyc. 1940 (with certificate)Sold
Igino Sderci, Guarnieri ModelFirenze, Italy1965 (with maker's certificate)Sold
Guadagini ModelNorthern Italyc. 1880 (with certificate)
Mathias ThirVienna1768
Pierre HelLille, France1904
Giuseppe Pedrazzini (with certificate)Milan, Italy1922
Ettore Soffreitte School (with certificate)Ferrara, Italyc. 1920-1930
Emil Germain (with certificate)Paris, France1906
Charles F. Gand Maggini model (with certificate)Paris, France1843
Edgardo Russ (with Makers certificate)Cremona, Italy2001
Cesare Magrini (with Makers certificate)Bologna, Italy1983
Antonio CavalazziRavenna, Italy1964
1/8Josef BittererMittenwaldc. 1960
1/4Neuner HornsteinerMittenwaldc. 1900
1/2W. H. LeeChicago1989
1/2Neuner HornsteinerMittenwaldc. 1929
1/2J.B. Schweitzer modelGermanyc. 1890
1/2Klotz School CompositeGermanyc. 1790
1/2Barbara PiccimottiCremona, Italy1996
1/2Dresden Schoolc. 1890
3/4J.T. Lamy, Ruggeri modelFrance1890
3/4Michael PuzakNeumarkt1999
3/4G. P. Maginni modelGermanyc. 1890
3/4J. T. LamyMirecourtc. 1900
3/4Josef BittererMittenwald1964
3/4Lyon & HealyFrance1923
3/4Zhang AnChina
3/4Neuner & HornsteinerMittenwaldc. 1910
3/4J.A. BaaderMittenwaldc. 1924
3/4Shiquan ZhaoLakewood, CA1997
3/4Louis Dooling Jr. Marneukirchen1926
3/4Clement & WeiseGermany
3/4Scott Cao model 9502007
3/4W. H. Lee1991
3/4B. BretonMirecourtc. 1890
3/4Klotz modelGermanyc. 1880
3/4Carlo GavoniItalyc. 1930
3/4Berlin School, Amati modelc. 1900
7/8Czech.c. 1900
7/8A. TorelliFrancec. 1890
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