Notable Sales

The following Violins, Violas, and Cellos are representative of some notable sales we have made over the last several years at Reuning & Son Violins.

 

Violins

Hieronymus II Amati
Cremona, 17__

Nicolo Amati
Cremona, 1630

Nicolo Amati
Cremona, 1647
“Hill, Jellinek”
Grand Pattern violin
Nicolo Amati
Cremona, 1669
“ex Collin”
Grand Pattern violin
Nicolo Amati
Cremona, 1676
Nicolo Amati
Cremona, 1682
“ex Spagnoletti”
Grand Pattern violin
Carlo Bergonzi
Cremona, c.1733
“Berkic, Pennington”
Carlo Bergonzi
Cremona, c.1738
“Lord Kingston”

Carlo & Michele Angelo Bergonzi
Cremona, c.1744
“Gilfillan, Hoffmann”

Michele Angelo Bergonzi
Cremona, c.1742
“Norton, Baron Heath”
Michele Angelo Bergonzi
Cremona, 1748
Carlo II Bergonzi
Cremona, 1780
“Cooper”
Antonio Casini
Modena, 1695
Giovanni Battista Ceruti
Cremona, c.1815
Felix Mori Costa
Parma
Michele Deconet
Venice, 1753
Michele Deconet
Venice
Alessandro Gagliano
Naples
Nicolo Gagliano
Naples, 1777
Francesco Gofriller
Udine, c.1730
Giovanni & Francesco Grancino
Milan, c.1680
Giovanni Battista Guadagnini
Milan, 1753
Giovanni Battista Guadagnini
Milan, 1757
“Trechmann”
Giovanni Battista Guadagnini
Parma, 1766
Giovanni Battista Guadagnini
Turin, c.1782
“Kavakos”
Giovanni Battista Guadagnini
Turin, c.1785
“Ida Levin”
Andrea Guarneri
Cremona, 1685
Giuseppe Guarneri “filius Andreae”
Cremona, c.1700
Giuseppe Guarneri “filius Andreae”
Cremona, c.1703
“Eyle”
Giuseppe Guarneri “filius Andreae”
Cremona, c.1710
Giuseppe Guarneri “filius Andreae”
Cremona, c.1719
“Koskoff”
Pietro Guarneri
Mantua, 1714
“Géza de Kresz, Caressa”
Pietro II Guarneri
Cremona, c.1730
“Hodgeson, Birch”
Pietro II Guarneri
Venice, c.1734
“ex Monte”
Pietro II Guarneri
Venice, c.1735

Giuseppe Guarneri “del Gesù”
Cremona, c.1726
“Zimmermann”

Giuseppe Guarneri “del Gesù”
Cremona, c.1729-30
Giuseppe Guarneri “del Gesù”
Cremona, c.1730
“Huth, Walker”
Giuseppe Guarneri “del Gesù”
Cremona, 1735
“Parlow”
Giuseppe Guarneri “del Gesù”
Cremona, 1738
Giuseppe Guarneri “del Gesù”
Cremona, 1741
“Lipinski, San Malo”
Giuseppe Guarneri “del Gesù”
Cremona, c.1742
“Chatelanat”
Carlo Ferdinando Landolfi
Milan, c.1755
Santino Lavazza
Milan, 1716

Gasparo Lorenzini
Piacenza, c.1740
“Gelmych”

Nicolas Lupot
Paris, 1802
Nicolas Lupot
Paris, 1805
Nicolas Lupot
Paris, 1806
Nicolas Lupot
Paris, 1811
Pietro Giovanni Mantegazza
Milan, c.1780
Pietro Giovanni Mantegazza
Milan, 1792
Domenico Montagnana
Venice, c.1731
“Bloomfield”
Domenico Montagnana
Venice, 1748
“Lucien Capet”
Domenico Montagnana
Venice
Francois Louis Pique
Paris, 1801
Giovanni Francesco Pressenda
Turin, 1827
Giovanni Francesco Pressenda
Turin, c.1834
Giovanni Francesco Pressenda
Turin, 1843
Giovanni Battista Rogeri
Brescia, 1671
Giovanni Battista Rogeri
Brescia, 1697
Francesco Rugeri
Cremona, c.1695
“Kozam Guarneri”
Vincenzo Rugeri
Cremona, c.1700
Vincenzo Rugeri
Cremona, c.1707
Vincenzo Rugeri
Cremona, c.1710
“Baron Knoop”
Santo Serafin
Venice, 1740
“Heape”
Lorenzo Storioni
Cremona, 1784
Lorenzo Storioni
Cremona, 1789
Antonio Stradivari
Cremona, 1672
“Gudgeon”
Antonio Stradivari
Cremona, 1708
“Bagshawe”
Antonio Stradivari
Cremona, 1713
“Viotti, Rodewald”
Antonio Stradivari
Cremona, 1715
“Joachim, Mendelssohn, ex de Barrau”
Antonio Stradivari
Cremona, 1727
“Venus”
Antonio Stradivari
Cremona, 1732
“Red Diamond”
Antonio Stradivari
Cremona, c.1735
“ex Miller”
Omobono Stradivari
Cremona, c.1728
“Powell”
Carlo Giuseppe Testore
Milan, c.1690
“Lady Mount Stephen”
Giovanni Tononi
Bologna
“ex Amati”

Violas

Andrea Amati
Cremona, c.1574
“Medici, Lord Wilton”
Antonio & Girolamo Amati
Cremona, c.1590
“Canzi, Trampler”
Nicolo Amati
Cremona, 1620
“Prieto, Wittgenstein”
Nicolo Bergonzi
Cremona, 1796
Gasparo da Salò
Brescia
“Paganini, Hillyer”
Michele Deconet
Venice, 1753
Giovanni Battista Guadagnini
Parma, 1766
Giuseppe Guadagnini
Como, 1780
Nicolas Lupot
Paris, 1823
Antonio Mantegazza
Milan, 1789
Pietro Giovanni Mantegazza
Milan, 1765
Pietro Giovanni Mantegazza
Milan, 1783
“San Francisco Symphony”
Pietro Giovanni Mantegazza
Milan, c.1790
Giacomo Rivolta
Milan, 1821
“San Francisco Symphony”
Lorenzo Storioni
Cremona, 1787
Lorenzo Storioni
Cremona, c.1790
Carlo Tononi
Venice, c.1720

Cellos

Nicolo Amati
Cremona, 1679
Giovanni Francesco Celoniato
Turin, 1732
Nicolo Gagliano
Naples, 1753
Nicolo Gagliano
Naples
Gennaro Gagliano
Naples, c.1765
Gennaro Gagliano
Naples
“ex Basson”
Giovanni Battista Genova
Turin, c.1745
Matteo Gofriller
Venice, c.1690
Matteo Gofriller
Venice, c.1698
“Hill, Elston”
Matteo Gofriller
Venice, c.1700
“Hobhouse”
Matteo Gofriller
Venice, c.1700
“Jacquard Bergonzi”
Giovanni Grancino
Milan, 1695
“ex Lutyens, Hill”
Giuseppe Guarneri “del Gesù”
Cremona, 1731
“Messeas”
Domenico Montagnana
Venice, c.1730
“Weilerstein”
Michael Platner
Rome, 1720
“Sandeman”
Vincenzo Postiglione
Naples, 1895
Giacomo Rivolta
Milan, 1844
“Hamma”
Giovanni Battista Rogeri
Brescia, c.1699
Giovanni Battista Rogeri
Brescia
Lorenzo Storioni
Cremona, 1778
Lorenzo Storioni
Cremona, c.1789
Antonio Stradivari
Cremona, 1673
“Du Pré, Harrell”
Antonio Stradivari
Cremona, 1707
“Paganini, Countess of Stainlein”
Antonio Stradivari
Cremona, 1710
“Gore-Booth”
Antonio Stradivari
Cremona, c.1732
“Stuart”
David Tecchler
Rome, 1711
Carlo Tononi
Venice, 1725