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Sale: 7th June 2021

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Lot 45: A Fine and Interesting Violin attributed to Joseph Guadagnini, Pavia circa 1800


£15,000 - £20,000

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Labelled: Josef Guadagnini, Cremonensis,fecit Papiae anno 1801.
The violin bears the Wurlitzer registration number 5504


attributed to Joseph Guadagnini


Length of back: 359mm


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Sold with a copy of the Wurlitzer Collection of Fine Violins, Violas Violoncellos, part 1. The violin is listed on page 31 and described as being the work of Josef Guadagnini
A dendrochronology report from Mathias Beuting shows the oldest ring to be from 1660 and the latest from 1760
Instrument played by Amos Sharp

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