Two Day Music Sale on
Thursday 18th & Friday 19th June 2015
Lots: 371-420 of 1038
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Lot Description and Estimate Images Sold For
371

Victorian rosewood music stool, the mustard stuffover pad seat upon a turned acanthus carved column, stepped base and three pad feet
Estimate: 30-50

    
372

Pair of reproduction mahogany piano music stools, each with stuffover pad seat (2)
Estimate: 40-80

35
373

Edwardian walnut box piano stool; together with two mahogany music stools and a contemporary height-adjustable tripod music stand (4)
Estimate: 50-80

70
374

19th century brass music stand, the lyre backed ledge upon an adjustable tripod stand
*Ex Christopher Hogwood sale
Estimate: 80-120

80
375

 Two heavy duty height-adjustable music stands (2)
*Subject to VAT on the hammer*
Estimate: 10-20

10
376

Late 19th century campaign folding stand, case
Estimate: 60-100

65
377

Ebonised box seat music stool (at fault); together with a quantity of sheet music for various instruments
Estimate: 10-20

10
378

 Three Elkhart 100BFH French horns, all cased (all at fault) (3)
*Subject to 20% VAT on hammer*
Estimate: 60-100

80
379

 Three Elkhart 100BFH French horns, all cased (all at fault) (3)
*Subject to 20% VAT on hammer*
Estimate: 60-100

75
380

 Two Elkhart 100 BFH French horns, both cased; together with a Jupiter trumpet, ser. no. 904752, case (all at fault) (3)
*Subject to 20% VAT on hammer*
Estimate: 50-80

65
381

 Besson BE602-13829 French horn, cased; together with two Anborg French horns, both cased (all at fault) (3)
*Subject to 20% VAT on hammer*
Estimate: 60-100

160
382

 Jupiter euphonium, case; together with a Jupiter tenor horn, case (both at fault) (2)
*Subject to 20% VAT on hammer*
Estimate: 40-80

110
383

Early 20th century banjo mandolin, with 5.5" diameter skin and 12" scale; together with a Skylark brand ukulele, box (2)
Estimate: 30-50

    
384

Five string zither banjo, stamped W. Temlett, maker, London to the side of the neck, with 8" diameter skin and 26" scale, case (at fault)
Estimate: 50-80

    
385

Stephenson's patent five string zither banjo, no. 7018, in need of restoration (at fault); together with another five string zither banjo in need of restoration (2)
Estimate: 60-100

35
386

Early flush fret fretless seven string banjo, with 10.5" diameter skin
Estimate: 70-100

55
387

Windsor Popular Model 1 five string open back banjo, with 11" diameter skin and 27" scale
Estimate: 150-250

    
388

Five string open back banjo, possibly by George Houghton, with 10.5" diameter skin and 25.5" scale, case
Estimate: 60-100

55
389

Contemporary five string resonator banjo, with 11" skin and 27" scale
Estimate: 50-80

40
390

Four string melody banjo, with Tunbridge ware style inlay to the peg head, with 12" diameter skin and 19.5" scale, case
Estimate: 50-80

85
391

W. Temlett Ajax Model five string open back banjo, no. 1564, with 12" diameter skin and 27" scale, case (at fault)
Estimate: 350-450

    
392

Clifford Essex & Sons Regal four string plectrum banjo, ser. no. 213, with 11" diameter skin and 27" scale, case
Estimate: 400-600

    
393

Weymann no. 1 four string plectrum banjo, made in USA, ser. no. 38245, with 11" diameter skin and 27" scale, case
Estimate: 500-700

    
394

Kent four string tenor banjo, made in GDR, the skin 11" diameter, scale length 23"
Estimate: 30-50

35
395

Gremlin tenor banjo, with 11" diameter skin and 23" scale, case
Estimate: 70-100

65
396

Hondo five string banjo, with 11" diameter skin and 27.5" scale, soft case
Estimate: 50-80

    
397

Marina banjolele, hard case (at fault); together with a Century BT-260 baritone ukulele, soft case (at fault) (2)
Estimate: 40-80

60
398

Gibson TB3 Mastertone tenor banjo, made in USA, circa 1928, no. 8977-91, with 11" skin and 23" scale, with replacement tailpiece and arm rest (originals retained), hard case
Estimate: 1200-1800

1300
399

The Windsor Popular model 3 open back banjo, with 11" skin and 20.5" scale
Estimate: 50-80

50
400

Five string open back banjo by and stamped The Cammeyer Music & Manufacturing Co, 3 Swallow Street, London, no. 4860 to the dowel rod, case (at fault); together with a Neapolitan bowl back mandolin labelled Cav. Giovanni De Meglio, Figlio...Anno 1900..., case and six old hardback musical score books (8)
Estimate: 80-120

120
401

Reliance Gallotone model 8S mandolin banjo, circa 1920, case
Estimate: 50-80

50
402

Saga tenor banjo, with 112 diameter skin and 23" scale
Estimate: 150-250

130
403

Two row Anglo concertina in need of restoration, with pierced rosewood ends and five-fold bellows
Estimate: 40-60

140
404

Rare Wheatstone English concertina, circa 1845, labelled C. Wheatstone, Inventor, 20 Conduit Street, Regent Street, London, stamped no. 880, with thirty-two stained and bone buttons, four-fold bellows
*This concertina is listed on the Wheatstone Concertina Ledger C104A on page 45
Estimate: 550-750

800
405

C. Wheatstone English concertina, circa 1861, labelled C. Wheatstone & Co, Inventors, Patenters & Manufacturers, 15 West Street Charing Cross Road, London, no. 11509 with forty-nine metal buttons on pierced inlaid rosewood ends, gilt tooled green leather sides and five-fold bellows, within original Wheatstone case
Estimate: 300-500

420
406

Four row English concertina, labelled Keith Prowse & Co, Manufacturers, 48 Cheapside, London, no. 1155, with forty-eight stained and bone buttons on pierced rosewood ends, four-fold bellows, case
Estimate: 250-350

    
407

Lachenal & Co. three row Anglo concertina, no. 196268, with thirty three bone buttons on pierced rosewood ends, seven fold bellows
Estimate: 1000-2000

1050
408

Lachenal & Co. three row Anglo concertina, with thirty one bone buttons on pierced rosewood ends, six fold bellows
Estimate: 1000-2000

1000
409

Lachenal & Co. English concertina, no. 3813, stamped patent no. 4752, with thirty-nine bone buttons on pierced rosewood ends, six fold bellows, wooden case bearing a Lachenal & Co. label
Estimate: 350-450

    
410

Neapolitan bowl back mandolin labelled Achille Lanfranco e Figlio; together with another Neapolitan bowl back mandolin labelled Ferrari... and a Yamaha ERG121C electric guitar, black finish, ser. no. Y0209, soft case (3)
Estimate: 80-120

110
411

Interesting early double-headed baroque style lute, the angled head with thirteen boxwood tuning pegs, the straight head with six boxwood tuning pegs and three bone nuts, the neck with ebony and bone striped back and the nine fret ebony fingerboard with mother of pearl double heart shaped inlay, the bowl back with boxwood strung inlay, the table with a further mother of pearl heart inlay, ebony and ivory inlaid rosette and decorative carved fretwork to the sound hole, within a fitted case bearing a Rushworth & Dreaper Ltd label, total length 37.5", scale length 21 5/8" (at fault)
Estimate: 400-600

1650
412

Contemporary lute, labelled Brigitte & Rolf Wilhelm, no 16 Haslemere, 1960, the birds eye maple head bearing nineteen turned pegs, the birds eye maple neck bearing an ebony fingerboard, the bowl back of alternating rosewood and birds eye maple bands and the table with a decorative carved fret sound hole, total length 43", scale length 24 1/8", within a fitted hard case
Estimate: 500-800

    
413

19th century ebonised Dital harp lute signed Barry of London, with gilt highlighted decoration, total length 35 3/4"
Estimate: 600-1000

950
414

Four various stringed instruments in need of restoration, to include a twelve string bowl back mandolin labelled Mario Casella, a flat back pear shaped mandolin labelled College of Music, London, rosewood heart shaped fretted zither and a further table zither (4)
Estimate: 60-100

50
415

Neapolitan bowl back mandolin labelled Angelo Corsini, with boxwood strung scalloped bowl back, the table with ornate mother of pearl and tortoiseshell inlay, case (at fault)
Estimate: 80-120

55
416

Interesting early lute in need of restoration, the open peg box bearing ten turned pegs and with carved head finial, the neck with ivory strung inlay and the inset ivory fretboard with inscribed musical decoration, the table with mother of pearl, bone and ebony inlay to the rosette and carved fret panel to the sound hole, the bridge with unusual mother of pearl cap, the bowl back with ebony strung scalloped bands (at fault)
Estimate: 300-500

920
417

Unusual guitar shaped lute in need of restoration, within an old wooden small-bodied guitar case
Estimate: 50-100

300
418

Good Martin ukulele, stamped C.F. Martin & Co., Nazareth.PA to the back of the head and inner back, case
Estimate: 300-500

750
419

Antoria MGM133 pear shaped mandolin, sunburst finish, hard case
Estimate: 40-80

50
420

Oscar Schmidt autoharp, case
Estimate: 20-40

45
 
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