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Antonius Stradivarius Volumes I-VIII (Edited by Jost Thöne)

£3,950.00 Sold by: Jost Thöne

“Taken together, these eight volumes are a massive achievement, a substantial reset of the standards and quality of documentation, and

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Italian and French Violin Makers, Volume I-IV

£1,275.00£2,245.00 Sold by: Jost Thöne

This unique volume brings together a collection of instruments crafted by the legendary lutherie masters of the last four centuries

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The Golden Age of Violin Making in Spain

£485.00 Sold by: Tritó edicions S.L.

Edited by leading expert Jorge Pozas, this magnificent (and rare) title features a collection of 50 of the greatest Spanish

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Contemporary Violin Makers

£325.00 Sold by: Jost Thöne

This publication is designed to share rare insight into the world of contemporary violin-making. Two magnificent volumes offering a full

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JOANNES BAPTISTA GUADAGNINI FECIT PARMAE SERVIENS C.S.R.

£315.00 Sold by: Scrollavezza & Zanrè

Masterpieces from the 2011 Parma Galleria Nazionale Exhibition

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“W.E. Hill & Sons Violin Makers 1880-1936”. By John Basford and Tim Toft
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W.E. Hill & Sons Violin Makers 1880-1936, by John Basford and Tim Toft

£95.00£275.00 Sold by: Tim Toft Fine Violins

W.E. Hill and Sons was Britain’s most important violin dealership in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century and, during

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Jean Baptiste Vuillaume

£230.00 Sold by: Jost Thöne

This splendid volume of different instruments built by the celebrated French master violin-maker Jean Baptiste Vuillaume, includes models by Stradivari,

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An Introduction to the Old Italian Violins (simplified mandarin)

£170.00 Sold by: BEARES PUBLISHING

The book offers an overview of 300 years of violin history. Exploring the historical circumstances in Northern Italy, namely the city of Cremona, where the violin originated, it takes the reader from Andrea Amati’s workshop to those of the most famous Cremonese violin makers such as Antonio Stradivari, Guarneri del Gesù and Carlo Bergonzi. From there violin making spread across other Italian and European cities.

Illustrated with more than 600 pictures of instruments, the book is a unique guide to the complex world of violin family instruments; it provides valuable advice on how to choose the best violin, and how to take care of it.

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THE GIROLAMO AMATI VIOLA IN THE GALLERIA ESTENSE

£120.00 Sold by: Scrollavezza & Zanrè

TREASURES OF ITALIAN VIOLIN MAKING – I

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‘A Violin By Antonio Stradivari 1724’ limited edition MONOGRAPH

£50.00£90.00 Sold by: Desmond Cecil

In this beautifully presented monograph, Desmond Cecil tells the full story of the Antonio Stradivari violin that came into his possession in

The History of Violin Playing from its Origins to 1761: And its Relationship to the Violin and Violin Music (Clarendon Paperbacks)
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