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ANTONIO STRADIVARI\nA VIOLIN KNOWN AS THE LADY TENNANT, CREMONA, 1699\nLabelled Antonius Stradiuarius Cremonensis Faciebat Anno 1699 also bearing an illegible inscription iternally dated 1790, length of back 13 15/16 in (354mm), with a brass-mounted fitted case of walnut and satinwood veneer, probably for W.E. Hill and Sons, engraved on the lock plate Lady Tennant/40 Grosvenor Square W. (2)
A very fine Italian violin by Antonio Stradivari labelled Antonius Stradiuarius Cremonensis/Faciebat Anno 1727 and Choisi par Kreutzer and numbered M754; the one-piece back of handsome small curl, the ribs and scroll similar, the table of narrow grain broadening towards the flanks, the varnish of a golden orange colour, the length of back 146in. (35.7cm), in case
Fine and Important Italian Violin, Antonio Stradivari, Cremona, c. 1720, labeled ANTONIUS STRADIVARIUS CREMONENSIS, FACIEBAT ANNO 1724, the one-piece back of bold curl, the ribs of medium curl, the later scroll of narrow curl, the top of fine to medium grain, the varnish of a golden color, length of back 14 1/16 in., 357 mm.\n\nCertificate: Etienne Vatelot, Paris, June 14, 1961. Provenance: M. Culenaere M. Culenaere (fils) Etienne Vatelot Lorand Fenyves The Fenyves Stradivari violin, c.1720 has
A fine Italian violin\nBy Antonio Stradivari, Cremona, 1700, known as the Taft, Ex Emil Heermann\nThe one piece maple back of strong medium curl descending from left to right, the ribs and scroll of similar wood, the spruce top of fine to medium grain, the varnish of a red gold color, the length of back 13 15/16in (354mm) (2)
AN IMPORTANT ITALIAN VIOLONCELLO by Antonio Stradivari labelled Antonius Stradivari Cremonensis/Faciebat Anno 168..; the two-piece back of handsome small curl, the ribs similar, the scroll of almost plain wood, the table of even open grain, the varnish of an orange-brown colour, the length of back 30in. (76.3cm.)
FENDER\n'BLACKIE' CIRCA 1956 AND 1957, A COMPOSITE FENDER STRATOCASTER\nThe headstock bearing the logo Fender/STRATOCASTER/WITH SYNCHRONIZED/TREMOLO/ORIGINAL/Contour/Body, neckplate engraved -20036, the body of alder in later black finish fitted with three single-coil pickups, 21 fret maple neck of pronounced 'V' shape with black dot inlays and single string clip; and Anvil case stencilled in white with an image of two cartoon duck heads and lettering THE/DUCK BROS./LONDON 01 486 8056 with adhes
A fine and important Italian violin by Antonio Stradivari, Cremona, 1726, labelled Antonius Stradiuarius Cremonensis, Faciebat Anno 1726 AS, the handsome one-piece back of narrow horizontal curl, the ribs similar, the head plain, the table of fine grain in the centre opening out towards the flanks, the varnish of a rich golden-brown colour, the length of back 13 15/16in. (355mm), in case (2)
GIUSEPPE GUARNERI 'DEL GESU', WHILE UNDER THE DISCIPLINE OF HIS FATHER GIUSEPPE 'FILIUS ANDREAE'\nA VIOLIN, CREMONA, CIRCA 1720\nLabeled Joseph Guarnerius fecit/Cremonae anno 1722 IHS, bearing the catalogue number S-438, length of back 14 in (355 mm) with case (2)
An important Italian violoncello by Antonio Stradivari labelled Antonius Stradiuarius Cremonenesis/Faciebat Anno 1692; the two-piece back cut on the slab, the scroll of faint figure, the ribs possibly the work of Gagliano, the table of medium grain, the varnish of a red gold colour, the length of back 29.1/8in. (74cm.)
An important Cremonese violin by Antonio Stradivari labelled Antonius Stradiuarius Cremonensis/Faciebat Anno 1698; the two-piece back of handsome medium curl, the ribs and scroll of smaller figure, the table of medium to narrow grain, the varnish of a red brown colour over a golden ground, the length of back 146in. (36.3cm)
GIBSON\n1964, ES-335 TDC\nThe headstock inlayed Gibson and stamped on the reverse 67473, labelled Style L-5-CES/Gibson ES 335TDC/Number 67473 is hereby/GUARANTEED/against faulty workmanship and materials./Union Made Gibson INC/KALAMAZOO MICHIGAN,/U.S.A., length of back 18½ in. (47 cm.); and original Lifton hardshell case, stencilled on the lid in white CREAM DELICATE HANDLE WITH CARE DELICATE ELECTRONIC INSTRUMENT HANDLE WITH CARE EC G ES, with adhesive tape inscribed by Lee Dickson Auction (SAD
C.F. MARTIN AND COMPANY\n1939, STYLE OOO-42\nThe headstock bearing the logo C.F. Martin & Co./Est. 1833, branded internally C.F.Martin & Co/Nazareth, PA. and 000-42/73234, length of back 19 5/16 in. (49 cm.); and leather covered hardshell case with adhesive tape inscribed by Lee Dickson Auction/Boo-Hoo/Auction #30/M. OOO-42 # 73234\n\nThis guitar was the main instrument for Eric Clapton's MTV Unplugged appearance, one of the pivotal moments in his career. The picture of Clapton playing this guit
The Ex-Brodsky\nAn Important Violin by Giovanni Battista Guadagnini, Milan 1757\nLabelled: Joannes Baptifta Guadagnini Pla-, centinus fecit Mediolani 1757\nFurther labelled: GBGP surmounted by a patrician cross, set within a circle\nLength of back: 355mm\nSold with: A copy of a receipt of sale from Adolph Brodsky to Mr E. Claxton dated Manchester 1897, also with a copy of an accompanying letter from the same regarding the Guadagnini violin. A certificate of authenticity from Peter Biddulph, Lond
An extremely rare and important fine gold, enamel and pearl-set perfume-sprayer automaton pistol,\n\nSwiss, most probably by Mouliniè et Bautte or Bautte et Moynier, circa 1805,\n\nThe gilt brass cylinder movement with plain tri-spoke brass balance and feather-tooled escapement fork, the dial with black Breguet numerals on white enamel ground, concealed behind circular cover at the end of the handle, opening on secret button, the movement also enclosed with similar cover of deep scarlet enamel o
Chopin, Frédéric. , The autograph manuscript of the Tarantella op.43, signed on the title ("F. Chopin") \nThe working manuscript of the complete work in A flat, with extensive deletions and revisions, notated in dark brown ink on five two-stave systems per page, with revisions written in the margins, indicated repeats, and alterations to the time signature, and the autograph title-page, laid out by Chopin for the first edition ("Tarentelle pour pianoforte par F.Chopin, Oev [...] / Hambourg Chez
An Italian Cello by Giovanni Battista Guadagnini, Parma 1760\nBearing its original label: Joannes Battista Guadagnini fecit Parmae serviens C S R, 1760\nLength of back: 27 15/16ins, 711mm\nSold with a fitted case from W.E. Hill & Sons\nSold with the certificate of W.E.Hill & Sons, London 1936 which states that: This violoncello is a characteristic example of the maker's work, and the entire instrument, in a pure state.
FENDER\nCIRCA 1965 AND LATER, COMPOSITE FENDER STRATOCASTER\nThe headstock bearing the logo Fender/STRATOCASTER/WITH SYNCHRONIZED TREMOLO/ORIGINAL/Contour/Body, neckplate engraved L81409 and inscribed Stevie/Ray/Vaughan '80, the body in later clear mahogany finish with circa 1910 mandolin style pickguard inlayed into the top, a partially illegible inscription applied to the back To Larry/Best Wishes/Dickie B____, the neck of a later vintage and probably not of Fender manufacture; and a wood and
American Electric Guitar, Gibson Incorporated, Kalamazoo, 1958/63, Model Explorer, stamped 8 4548 at back of peghead, the Korina body, the mahogany neck, the curved peghead with GIBSON pearl inlay, the rosewod fingerboard with pearl dot inlay, the double-coil pickups, the Tune-o-matic bridge, the original Bigsby vibrato tailpiece, the triple laminated pickguard, the laminated CUSTOM MADE plate cover, length of back 17 1/2 in., with original case.
A 1962 Rickenbacker 425, serial number BH 439, purchased by George Harrison in September 1963 in Mount Vernon, Illinois, while on a two-week visit to see his sister, Louise.\n Harrison met a few other young musicians during his stay and told them about his interest in buying a Rickenbacker. They took him to Red Fenton?s Music Store, where Harrison looked at Fenton's selection and chose a style that he liked. The guitar he chose had a Fireglo finish, not black as Harrison preferred, so the shop o
A GOOD ITALIAN VIOLIN by Antonio Stradivari labelled Antonius Stradivarius Cremonensis/Faciebat Anno 1712; the two-piece back of medium curl, the ribs similar, the scroll by Giovanni Guarneri, filius Andrea, the table of medium grain, the varnish of a dark golden colour, the length of back 14 1/16in. (35.8cm.)\n\nSold with the certificate of Albert F. Moglie dated 11 June 1954, the insurance valuation of Jacques Francais dated 13 January 1975 and a letter of David Lloyd Kreeger to Herman Weinber
The first guitar that Paul McCartney was taught to play on, a REX acoustic circa 1950's\n\nThe actual guitar that Paul McCartney was first taught chords on. This highly significant guitar was owned from new by Ian James, McCartney's good friend from the Liverpool Institute grammar school, where they met in the second year. Ian, an avid guitar player from a very musical family, taught Paul, on many occasions, his first set of chords and how to run the first riffs in the latter part of the 1950's,
An exceptionally Fine Italian Cello by Carlo Giuseppe Testore, Milan 1697\nLabelled: Carlo Giuseppe Testore in Contrada Larga di Milano al Segno Dell' Aquila 1697\nLength of back: 30 1/8ins, 765mm\nSold with a silver-mounted Cello Bow by Lamy\nSold with the certificate of W.E.Hill & Sons, London 1953 (2)
Intéressant et rare violoncelle de Michael PLATNER fait à Rome vers 1730-1735 portant étiquette de Michael Platner. (Différentes restaurations sur la table dont une cassure d'âme avec pièce d'estomac… - Oger - Blanchet - 12/03/2014
'Brownie' - A 1956 Fender Stratocaster\nSerial No. 12073, neck date and initials XA-6-56 in pencil, body date 6-56, sunburst finish, maple neck with skunk-stripe routing, twenty-one fret fingerboard with dot inlays, three pickups, three rotary controls, five-way selector switch, tremolo/bridge tailblock and white pickguard; and a black rectangular hardshell case stencilled on both sides in yellow DEREK AND THE DOMINOS and FRAGILE and Lee Dickson's handwritten tie-on label inscribed 1956 Strat 20
A HIGHLY IMPORTANT FRENCH ORMOLU-MOUNTED KINGWOOD AND SATINE MARQUETRY AND PARQUETRY PIANO A QUEUE\nTHE CASE BY FRANCOIS LINKE, INDEX NUMBER 1400, THE MOUNTS DESIGNED BY LEON MESSAGE, THE MOVEMENT BY ERARD, SERIAL NUMBER 98602, PARIS, CIRCA 1910\nThe serpentine hinged lid inlaid with scrolling foliage and acanthus, above shaped bombé sides each centered with a dolphin amidst reeds and cascading water, the keyboard cover and front similarly decorated with scrolling foliage and centered with a sca
Nicolo Amati\n(Cremona, b 1596; d 1684)\nA violin on the Amati 'Grand Pattern'\nCremona, 1682, A violin on the Amati 'Grand Pattern'\nLabelled Nicolaus Amatus Cremonen Hieronymi fil., ac Antonij Nepos fecit 1682\nLength of back 14 1/16 in., 35.7cm.
1966 Red Fender Mustang, serial number 126288, solid maple neck and body, 22 fret rosewood fret board, double cutaway body, the nut has been flipped to accommodate the fact that the guitar has been strung for a left handed player, together with original hard case. Accompanied by an affidavit from John "Mitch" Mitchell the drummer for The Jimi Hendrix Experience. Which reads: "I, John Mitch Mitchell, formerly the drummer with the Jimi Hendrix Experience, herby DECLARE that the following statement
A FINE VIOLONCELLO\nTHE TABLE BY ANTONIO STRADIVARI, CIRCA 1730, THE BACK, RIBS AND SCROLL THE WORK OF JOHN LOTT\n\nLabelled 'Antonius Stradivarius'; the two-piece back of handsome medium to broad curl, the ribs similar, the scroll of smaller figure, the table of medium to open grain, the varnish of a red color over a golden ground--the length of back 29½in. (74.9cm.)\n\nSold with the certificates of W. E. Hill & Sons dated 8 April 1892, Etienne Vatelot dated 25 October 1965 and Pierre Vidoudez
A fine Louis XV style ormolu-mounted kingwood, mahogany and marquetry grand-piano\nThe movement by Erard, serial number 80560, the mounts designed by Léon Messagé, the case by Zwiener Jansen Succeseur, Paris, Circa 1900\nThe shaped case applied to the sides with scrolling foliate trellis mounts and water-cascading shells, the bombé shaped cartouches inlaid with ribbon-tied floral bouquets, centred to the top by a mask and flanked to the bottom by dolphins amongst foliage, the hinged lid with ste
The Property of the Late Dr. Patrick Daoust\nAn Important Violin by Joseph Guarnerius del Gesu, Cremona 1732\nLabelled: Joseph Guarnerius fecit Cremone anno 1732 IHS\nLength of back: 352mm\nThe back by Joseph Guarneri del Gesu, the ribs probably from the period, with the exception of the bottom bass rib, the scroll by a member of the Guarneri family, probably Joseph Filius, the table by a member of the Fendt family.. Sold with the certificate of W. E. Hill & Sons, London 1935 and the letter of K
FENDER\n1996, FENDER STRATOCASTER, 50th ANNIVERSARY ISSUE, MASTER BUILT ERIC CLAPTON SIGNATURE MODEL\nThe headstock bearing the logo Fender STRATOCASTER, neckplate engraved -EC1-/Fender 50th/Anniversary, dated under the pickguard 10-15-96, the body in 23 carat gold leaf with clear polyester finish fitted with gold-plated hardware and three Lace Sensor pickups; and original hardshell case with adhesive tape inscribed by Lee Dickson gold leaf 50th Anniv/Fender-Strat #E.C.1\n\nThis guitar served as
A fine Italian violin by Giuseppe Guarneri filius Andreæ, labelled Joseph Guarnerius Filius Andreæ Fecit Cremonæ, Sub Titulo S.Theresie 1724, the two-piece back of almost horizontal medium curl, the ribs and head similar, the table of fine grain in the centre opening out towards the flanks, the varnish of a rich orange-brown colour laid over a golden ground, the length of back 14 1/8in. (358mm), in case (2)
Giuseppe Guarneri del GesU\n(Cremona, b 1698; d 1744)\nA violin\nCremona, circa 1735\nthe table possibly later\nlabelled Joseph Guarnerius fecit Cremonae anno 1736 IHS\nlength of back 13Qin., 35.4 cm.\nin case (2)\nCertificates\nFritz Baumgartner, Basel, dated 23rd March 1970\nHans Schicker, Freiburg, dated 25th July 1970\nCarl Machler, Zurich, dated 8th December 1979\nValuation\nGeorg Winterling, Hamburg, dated 23rd December 1994\nDendochronology\nA dendochronological analysis of the table of t
Damien Hirst\nBeautiful Hours Spin Painting VI\n2008\nHousehold gloss on canvas. \n203.2 × 177.8 cm (80 × 70 in). \nSigned, titled and dated 'Damien Hirst "Beautiful Hours Spin Painting VI" 2008' on the reverse and further signed 'Damien Hirst' on the stretcher.