‘Armingaud, Fernández Blanco’ Guarneri ‘del Gesù’ violin 1732 poster

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An extraordinarily well-preserved violin from Guarneri’s middle period, the ‘Armingaud, Fernández Blanco’ languished for decades untouched until its rediscovery in a Buenos Aires wardrobe. The quality of its varnish and workmanship are exceptional.

‘The “Armingaud, Fernández Blanco” is so well preserved that we can learn a great deal about the maker from it’ – Frédéric Chaudière in the November 2017 edition of The Strad

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