Sale 2617B October 14, 2012 Boston - Skinner
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Table of Contents 1 Auction & Specialist Information 2 Web Site & Online Bidding 4-5 Provenance & Event Information 6 Lots 1-364 112 List of Makers 113 Glossary of Terms 114 Conditions of Sale 115 Absentee Bid Form 116 Company Directors & Specialty Departments 117 Administrative Staff & Client Services 118 Map & Driving Directions 119 Catalog Subscription Form Please Note: All lots sold subject to our Conditions of Sale. Please refer to page 114 of this catalog for the full terms and conditions governing your purchase. Copyright © Skinner, Inc. 2012 All rights reserved MA/Lic. #2304 Proudly printed by I T ’ S O U R C O M M I T M E N T 5 Almeida Avenue, East Providence, R.I., USA Toll Free: 866-229-7752
61 61 Tyrolean Violin, Johannes Jai
63 63 Italian Violin, c. 1875, Poss
65 65 Viennese Violoncello, Johann
67 67 Italian Violin, Probably Nata
69 69 Italian Violoncello, c. 1750,
71 French Nickel-mounted Violin Bow
83 English Silver-mounted Violin Bo
96 French Ivory-mounted Violin Bow,
108 French Silver-mounted Violin Bo
118 French Ebony-mounted Viola Bow,
168 French Silver-mounted Violin Bo
180 Silver-mounted Violin Bow, H.R.
194 French Silver-mounted Violoncel
207 209 207 American One-keyed Boxw
217 217 English Boxwood Double Flag
251 American Violin, Ando & Takacs,
311 Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the
341 341 Argentine Violin, Mariano M
343 343 Italian Violin, Francesco M
345 345 American Violin, John Allen
347 347 American Violin, Henry Knop
349 349 Violin, c. 1820, labeled GE
351 351 Modern Violin, labeled …S
353 353 Violin, Possibly Czech, c.
355 355 English Viola, c. 1780, lab
357 357 American Violin, Carlton F.
359 359 Violin, c. 1800, labeled
361 361 American Violin, Sewell L.
363 363 French Violin, Charles J.B.
List of Makers Fretted Instruments
Conditions of Sale 1. Some of the l
Board of Directors Administration C
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