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Notable sales from past Brompton’s auctions

Brompton’s prides itself on the care it takes to sell instruments consigned to auction. Through its dedication and specialism within the instrument auction field, Brompton’s have achieved world records for a number of musical instruments.

Violins

An Important Italian Violin by Domenico Montagnana, Venice circa 1723

Sold for £510,000

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The Ex Max Rostal. An Extremely Fine Italian Violin by Alessandro Gagliano, Naples 1709

Sold for £312,000

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A Fine Italian Violin by Francesco Goffriller, Venice circa 1730

Sold for £207,000

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A Highly Important and Rare Viola by Jacobus Stainer, Absom 1674

Sold for £204,000

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An Important Italian Violin by G. B. Rogeri, Cremona 1692

Sold for £190,000

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A Very Fine Italian violin by Pietro Giacomo Mantegazza, Milan circa 1770

Sold for £185,000

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A Magnificent Violin by J. B. Vuillaume, Paris circa 1860, After Stradivarius

Sold for £162,000

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A Very Fine Italian Violin by Giuseppe Rocca, Turin 1848, After Stradivarius

Sold for £162,000

A Fine Italian Violin by Giuseppe Rocca, Turin circa 1846, after Del Gesu

Sold for £150,000

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Cellos

A Magnificent Italian Cello by David Tecchler, Rome 1701

Sold for £460,000

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An Important Cello by David Tecchler, Rome circa 1730

Sold for £270,000

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A Very Fine Cello by Lorenzo Ventapane, Naples circa 1825

Sold for £78,000

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A Fine Cello by Raphael & Antonio Gagliano, Naples 1857

Sold for £72,000

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A Very Fine English Cello by William Forster, Junior, London 1805

Sold for £72,000

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A Fine Italian Cello by Giovanni Dollenz, Trieste 1856

Sold for £48,000