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Cello
Cellos
1. JEAN-BAPTISTE VUILLAUME, Paris, c.1855, Certificate by Wm. Moennig & Son, Philadelphia, Insurance letter by Jacques Francais, New York, (Our #32539) INQUIRE
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2. JOSEPH PANORMO, London, c.1825, Certificates by W. E. Hill & Sons, London, & Florian Leonhard, London, as the work of Joseph Panormo, 736mm (Our #29898) INQUIRE
3. JOHANN CHRISTOPH LEIDOLFF, Vienna, 1753, a well preserved Viennese cello in the Stainer tradition, Certificate by Reuning & Son, Boston, 748mm (Our #32317) INQUIRE
4. CHARLES HARRIS, Woodstock/London, 1817, The very fine work of Charles Harris, Jr., Certificate by Wm. Moennig & Son, Philadelphia, (Our #31338) INQUIRE
5. JOHANN SCHORN, Salzburg, c.1720, the wonderful work of this early Salzburg maker with a stunning lion's head scroll, now restored to Baroque condition, 728mm (Our #22738) INQUIRE
6. RAFFAELE & ANTONIO GAGLIANO, Naples, 1845, a rare child's size Gagliano cello in a very pure state of preservation, length of back 662mm (26- 1/16"), string length: 628mm (24-3/4"), 662mm (Our #22789) INQUIRE
7. NICOLAS AUGUSTIN CHAPPUY, Paris, c.1775, Set up as a Baroque cello, (Our #32349) INQUIRE
8. ETIENNE LAPREVOTTE, Marseille/Paris, 1838, Laprevotte was from Marseilles, and worked mostly in Paris until 1857, 754mm (Our #32257) INQUIRE
9. PIETER ROMBOUTS, ATTRIBUTED TO, Amsterdam, c.1700, expertly cut-down from a larger size, with a nicely restored crack to the back; bearing a Hendrik Jacobs label, certificate by R & M Millant, Paris, attributing it to the work of Pieter Rombouts of Amsterdam, the scroll probably by Andreas Castagneri, 741mm (Our #29896) $40,000.
10. GUY RABUT, 1995, 758mm (Our #31376) $40,000.
11. JOHANN GEORG HELLMER, Prague, c.1750, 750mm (Our #32066) $35,000.
12. NATALE CARLETTI, Bologna, 1950, poplar back and ribs, a nicely repaired & hardly noticed restored soundpost crack to the back, 753mm (Our #27960) $35,000.
13. FRIEDRICH ALBER, Montpellier, 2006, 769 (Our #32429) $30,000.
14. GAETANO PARESCHI II, Piacenza, c.1968, by Gaetano Pareschi II, 746mm (Our #25101) $30,000.
15. JASON STARKIE, Seattle, 2018, A Rogeri model cello with a bold and sonorous sound. This instrument won the Certificate of Merit for Tone in the Cello category in of the the 2018 VSA International competition., 731mm (Our #32489) HOLD
$28,000.
16. IAN MCWILLIAMS, Berlin, 2016, an elegant and tastefully antiqued Andrea Guarneri model, 749mm (Our #31527) $28,000.
17. STANLEY KIERNOZIAK, Chicago, 2007, 755mm (Our #32320) $22,500.
18. CHRISTOPHER JACOBY, 2016, a Domenico Montagnana model with stunning varnish & extraordinarily handsome wood, string length 689mm, 740mm (Our #31525) $22,000.
19. FERNANDO ARICHI, Cremona, 2001, a nice quality Stradivari model from a graduate of the violin making school in Cremona, 752mm (Our #26352) $20,000.
20. ERNST HEINRICH ROTH, Markneukirchen, c.1925, 768mm (Our #31997) $18,000.
21. SCOTTISH, Aberdeen, c.1790-1840, possibly the work of George Thompson or that of Thomas Jamieson, 750mm (Our #26753) $18,000.
22. SAMUEL PAYTON, Philadelphia, 2010, a handmade Ruggieri model cello with nice full proportions and strong sound, 732mm (Our #29638) $18,000.
23. GERMAN, c.1930s, a very nice Montagnana model cello, probably German circa 1930, with attractive wood of broad curl, 748 mm (Our #28405) $15,000.
24. JOHN BURDETTE, Merchantville, 2009, this maker's Stradivari model with strong resonance and articulation, string length 687mm, 738mm (Our #30946) $15,000.
25. VIRGILIO CAPELLINI, Cremona, 1973, a somewhat small Montagnana model based on Orlando Cole's "Sleeping Beauty"; with a well repaired post crack to the back, 743mm (Our #31676) HOLD
$14,000.
26. RAINER LEONHARDT, Mittenwald, 2001, an attractively wooded & robust Montagnana model from a master workshop in Mittenwald, excellent condition, certificate from Wm. Moennig & Son, 742mm (Our #29976) $11,000.
27. ROMAN TELLER, 2013, (Our #32166) $9,000.
28. CRACOVIA WORKSHOP, Poland, 2007, in the style of J. B. Guadagnini, string length 689mm, 736mm (Our #31187) $8,500.
29. JULIUS HEBERLEIN, Markneukirchen, c.1900, labeled: Julius Heberlein's Maggini/ Manufactured for Oliver Ditson Company/ Boston, New York, and Philadelphia, 754mm (Our #32299) $7,500.
30. MITTENWALD SCHOOL, Germany, c.1970s, labeled: Giancarlo Giordani/ di Napoli. Anno 1957, 756mm (Our #32435) $7,000.
31. GLOBAL, China, New, a Stradivari model with very attractive wood and varnish and a strong clear sound, 756mm (Our #32244) $6,000.
32. WILLIAM WEAVER, MADE FOR, Germany, 1991, a substantial Stradivari model with a large full sound, 756mm (Our #31680) $5,200.
33. J. BAPTISTE LEMOINE, Belgium, 1999, very handsome wood, with a well repaired 4" soundpost crack to the back, otherwise in nearly new condition, 760mm (Our #32172) $5,000.
34. GUNTHER PRAGER, 2002, 3/4-size Matteo Gofriller model, 693 (Our #32239) $2,500.
35. KARL HOFNER, Bubenreuth, Germany, 1965, a decent though plain-looking older solid wood full-size student cello in excellent condition, 757mm (Our #25382) $1,850.
36. KAY, 1950s, 762mm (Our #25859) $800.