Including a good Italian violin, attributed to Carlo Guadagnini, Turin 1827, a good German violin by Fritz Hufenreuter, Dessau 1923, and more...
Brompton's is delighted to announce that the Public Sale Preview will be held at The Royal Academy of Music in the David Josefowitz Recital Hall, on Sunday 23rd June, 11am - 5pm.
To place a bid, you’ll first need to register using our simple and secure registration form. All new bidders are given a £5,000 bid limit, which can be increased upon your request.
If you would like to increase your bid limit we politely ask you to submit this request before 10amBST, Tuesday 25th June to ensure that we have enough time to process your information prior to the lot closing.
Be the first to reach the reserve price and we'll reduce your buyer's premium from 20% to 18% if you win.
Follow our step by step guide to bidding in Brompton's online sale. We'll guide you through each step, including an explanation of the bidding increments and an easy way to calculate the total price you will pay.
Brompton’s Auctioneers is one of the world’s leading string instrument auction houses; holding 6 auctions a year with additional private sales. We are looking to hire an Auction Manager and Auction House Intern.