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- ANTONIO STRADIVARI -

Cremona, Italy - 1726
Estimated Value - $ 1,351,500










- ENRICO MARCHETTI -

Turin, Italy - Early 20th Century
Estimated Value - $ 23,850










- GIUSEPPI GUARNERI - fillius ANDRAE -

1714
Estimated Value - $ 143,100










- GIOVANNI FRANCESCO PRESSENDA -

Italian - 1832
Estimated Value - $ 238,500










- GIUSEPPI GUADAGNINI -

( "II Soldato" ) Italian
Estimated Value - $ 111,300










18th Century Hopf Violin
With The Name * HOPF * inside. Below Bass Bar

HOPF (with individual letter stamps)
On back under button.

Handwritten inside
"John G. Henrici - Violin Repairer
Resident No. 40 10th Street,
Portland, Oregon, Dec. 6 1888,"

A better than usual Hopf model,
Handsome one piece back, ca. 1780?,

Possibly by David August I or II,
Said to have used such "cartwheels" (asterisks)
Either side of the name,











- CHARDON - French Violin -
Paris, Circa - 1900

Estimated Value - $ 2,850














- MITTENWALD - VIOLIN -

With Lions Head Scroll
German, Circa - 1890

Estimated Value - $ 975.00










18th Century Hopf Violin
Possibly By David August Hopf Circa - 1771
One Piece Back Stamped HOPF Below Button
Back Is Light Amber In Color

Violin Qwned And Played By A School Teacher

In The Grand Rapids - Rockford, Michigan Area










Lighting Does Not Show True Color Of Violin

The Hopf Violin Above Is "Amber In Color"

Picture Below Show's Name "HOPF" Stamped Below Button















Picture Of The Same "HOPF" Violin. As Above
Notice The Name "HOPF" Inside F-Hole With "Cartwheel"