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Sale: 27th June 2016

Lot 207: An Extremely Fine Italian Violin by Gennaro Gagliano, Naples circa 1760

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Estimates

£120,000 - £160,000


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This is an archive lot from a previous sale. Please contact us if you are looking to purchase or sell a similar instrument. Brompton's will be happy to guide you through the process and discuss the best options available to you.


VAT & Import Tax

* 20% buyers premium & 5% hammer price

Description

Property of the Late Emanuel Green. This violin was played for almost 50 years by American violinist Emanuel Green, a Concertmaster, contractor and accomplished session musician. Mr. Green, a graduate of the Juilliard School of Music, began his career conducting vaudeville orchestras and performing live with such artists as Glenn Miller, Artie Shaw and Benny Goodman. Subsequently, he appeared on numerous radio and TV shows. Mr. Green was Concertmaster for Frank Sinatra and recorded with a multitude of celebrities, including Barbra Streisand, Bette Midler, Sammy Davis Jr., Billie Holiday, Tony Bennett, Roberta Flack, Herbie Hancock, Bob Dylan, Sarah Vaughan, George Benson, among many others.

Label

Labelled: Nicolaus Amatus Cremonen, Hieronymi Fil, ac Antonij Nepos Fecit ..6..

Certificate

Sold with the certificates of Jacques Francais, New York 1972, and Joseph Settin, New York 1966

Maker

by Gennaro Gagliano

Dimensions

Length of back: 354mm

Condition

Minor repairs to table, ribs and back, small very well restored sound post crack in table (patched), minor worm damage (well restored), some new edge and corner work to table *

Instrument Video 

Sale Information

Sale Date

2:00pm, Monday 27th June 2016

Sale Location

The Royal Institution of Great Britain,
21 Albemarle Street, Mayfair, London, United Kingdom