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Notable Instrument Sales

Over the years, Rare Violin's of New York has aquired, restored, and sold many fine Violins, Violas, and Cellos.  Each of the fine stringed instruments that have passed through our collection, along with their documentation and accessories, is a reminder of the incredible history of the makers, musicians, and entusiasts that have created, played and owned these exquisite pieces.

We are very proud to present our Notable Sales which has become a continuation of the story behind each of these instruments.  Each of the sales listed below have presented an opportunity for new stories to be connected with the rare violins, violas and cellos that have passed through our collection.  We invite you to take the time to enjoy the images and stories of our Notable Instrument Sales.  


Antonio Stradivari, Cremona 1686 "Rosenheim"

Antonio Stradivari, Cremona 1691 "Francesca Ginn"

Antonio Stradivari, Cremona 1710 "Ex-Vieuxtemps"

Antonio Stradivari, Cremona 1717 "Tyrrell"

Guarneri del Gesu, Cremona c1735 "Totenberg"

Guarneri del Gesu, Cremona c1742-3 "Brusilow"

Antonio Stradivari, Cremona 1727 "General Dupont"


Giovanni Battista Guadagnini, Turin 1781 "ex Villa, Zaslav"


Antonio Stradivari, Cremona c1707-10 "Castelbarco"

Carlo Tononi, Venice c1720 "Ex Salmond"

Domenico Montagnana, Venice c1721 "Wanamaker-Rejto"


There are currently no instruments in this collection.

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