Antonio Guadagnini

Highest auction price achieved
£ 37125.00

By George Hart

Son of Gaetano and grandson of Carlo, born 1831, died 1881. Worked with much diligence, and produced a great number of instruments. His sons, Francesco and Giuseppe, now at Turin, are the representatives of a long line of Italian Violin-makers, and are learning the art so long associated with the family name, with a view to their following in the footsteps of their father Antonio.

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Price History

Type Title Sold Price
Violin 35.6 cm Turin, 1850 c. [Ascribed to] Sat 1st October 11 £ 9600.00
Violin 35.8 cm [Attributed to] Wed 1st December 10 £ 12162.00
Violin 35.6 cm Torino, 1855 Sat 1st March 08 £ 25320.00
Violin 35.6 cm [Possibly by & probably Turin school] Mon 1st October 07 £ 37125.00
Violin 1864 Mon 1st November 99 £ 22000.00
Violin 1851 Thu 1st March 90 £ 24200.00

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