Two Day Music Sale on
Thursday 18th & Friday 19th June 2015
Lots: 471-614 of 1038
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Lot Description and Estimate Images Sold For
471

English ebony and ivory mounted eight keyed flute by and stamped W. Milhouse, London, 337 Oxford Street, total length 670mm, sound length 595mm, within a fitted mahogany case labelled William Milhouse
Estimate: 300-500

700
472

French silver plated flute by and stamped Clair Godfroy-Aine, Brevette, Paris, 1314, case, total length 680mm, sound length 596mm
Estimate: 500-800

1600
473

English rosewood Boehm simple system flute by and stamped Rudall Carte & Co., 23 Berners Street, Oxford Street, London, no. 2158, 1867 patent, case, total length 655mm, sound length 575mm (at fault)
Estimate: 100-200

220
474

English Radcliff model metal flute by and stamped Rudall Carte & Co., 20 Charing Cross, London, Radcliff model, case, total length 645mm, sound length 580mm, case (at fault)
Estimate: 500-800

520
475

Pearl PF-501 metal flute, no. 12275, case; together with a Buffet Crampon Cooper 225 metal flute, case, Takumi metal flute, case and a metal flute head and foot joint within a case (4)
Estimate: 80-120

220
476

Two piece metal flute by and stamped Rudall Carte & Co. Ltd., 23 Berners Street, London, case
Estimate: 100-200

260
477

Early 20th century French flute stamped P. Gautie & Cie, Toulouse, case; together with an unstamped rosewood simple system flute, case (2)
Estimate: 100-200

420
478

English boxwood and ivory mounted four keyed flute by and stamped Barker, London, total length 531mm, sound length 453mm
Estimate: 100-200

380
479

English boxwood and ivory mounted four keyed flute by and stamped Clementi & Comp, London, total length 611mm, sound length 540mm
Estimate: 200-400

300
480

Boxwood single keyed piccolo stamped London, improved; together with three rosewood and nickel mounted fifes (4)
Estimate: 80-120

130
481

Eight keyed rosewood flute with ivory head joint, case; together with an eight keyed ebony flute, case (both at fault) (2)
Estimate: 60-100

95
482

Eight keyed rosewood flute stamped A. Bechstein, Brussels, case; together with another eight keyed rosewood flute (both at fault)
Estimate: 70-100

170
483

Contemporary Irish flute, case
Estimate: 30-50

25
484

Good French leather covered curved Cor Anglais by and stamped Triebert, a Paris, the curved leather sections and blackwood bell joint joined by rosewood barrel joints
Estimate: 2500-3000

    
485

English cocuswood flute by and stamped Rudall & Rose, no. 1 Tavistock Street, Covent Garden, London, no. 5099, total length 740mm, sound length 660mm, case
Estimate: 1500-2500

1500
486

English cocuswood flute by and stamped Rudall & Rose, No. 1 Tavistock Street, Covent Garden, London, no. 4239, total length 663mm, sound length 585mm, case
Estimate: 1500-2500

    
487

English ebony Hawkes Eb flute stamped Superior Class, Hawkes & Son, makers, London, 9719, total length 620mm, sound length 542mm, case
Estimate: 750-1000

680
488

English single keyed boxwood flute by and stamped Metzler, London, total length 596mm, sound length 530mm, case
Estimate: 350-450

320
489

Quantity of various flute heads and joints, some stamped
Estimate: 100-200

140
490

Stained boxwood three keyed oboe, length 580mm
Estimate: 250-350

320
491

English boxwood and ivory single keyed flute by and stamped A.B. Cramer & Co. 201, Regent Street, total length 507mm, sound length 442mm
Estimate: 250-350

220
492

English boxwood and ivory single keyed flute by and stamped Goulding & Co., London, total length 495mm, sound length 436mm
Estimate: 200-300

180
493

English boxwood and ivory four keyed flute (one key removed and hole filled) by and stamped Rudall Rose Carte & Co., 20 Charing Cross, London, total length 398mm, sound length 330mm
Estimate: 150-250

280
494

Boxwood and ivory mounted flute by and stamped Stanesby, London (missing butt joint)
Estimate: 250-350

260
495

Two rosewood flutes, one stamped Iller Rowne, London, 1965; together with a two row Anglo concertina (3)
Estimate: 200-300

200
496

 Seven Buffet Crampon & Cie metal flutes, all cased (all at fault) (7)
*Subject to 20% VAT on hammer*
Estimate: 50-100

70
497

 Six Buffet Crampon & Cie B12 clarinets, all cased (all at fault) (6)
*Subject to 20% VAT on hammer*
Estimate: 100-200

95
498

 Five Buffet Crampon & Cie B12 clarinets, all cased; together with a Buffet Crampon & Cie B10 clarinet, case (all at fault) (6)
*Subject to 20% VAT on hammer*
Estimate: 100-200

130
499

 Five various clarinets to include Boosey & Hawkes Regent, Buffet Crampon & Cie etc, all cased (all at fault) (5)
*Subject to 20% VAT on hammer*
Estimate: 80-120

80
500

Early 19th century English rosewood seven keyed flute by and stamped Clementi & Co., London, C. Nicholson's Improved, no. 1043, total length 680mm, sound length 594mm, within a fitted wooden case
Estimate: 800-1200

980
501

Composite eight keyed flute, the Bakelite head joint stamped Boosey & Co., no. 22322, the middle and lower rosewood joints stamped Rudall & Rose, no 1 Tavistock Street, Covent Garden, London, no. 5203, total length 630mm, sound length 562mm (at fault)
Estimate: 300-500

900
502

English boxwood and ivory mounted four keyed flute stamped C. Gerock, 76 Bishopsgate, London (at fault); together with another boxwood and ivory mounted one keyed flute stamped I.A. Crone (at fault) (2)
Estimate: 100-200

2200
503

Boosey & Hawkes Emperor clarinet, ser. no. 542019, case
Estimate: 80-120

130
504

Noblet oboe, ser. no. 5631, case
*From the estate of Dr. David Hall
Estimate: 150-250

    
505

Good Howarth Conservatoire (55) oboe, ser. no. 2528, case
*From the estate of Dr. David Hall
Estimate: 1200-1800

    
506

Good Howarth Conservatoire 520 Cor Anglais, ser. no. 0560, case
*From the estate of Dr. David Hall
Estimate: 1200-1800

1200
601

Violin labelled Alexander Murray, Auctioneer, Morpeth, 14 1/8", 35.90cm
Estimate: 200-400

180
602

Bohemian violin circa 1900, 14 1/8", 35.90cm
Estimate: 300-500

280
603

19th century Saxon violin, 14 1/8", 35.90cm (at fault)
Estimate: 200-400

280
604

19th century violin labelled Jacobus Stainer..., the two piece back of medium curl with similar wood to the sides and head, the table of a fine width grain widening to the flanks and the varnish of a reddish-brown colour on a golden ground, 14 1/8", 35.90cm
Estimate: 800-1200

    
605

Rushworth & Dreaper Artist Apollo violin, labelled The Artist Apollo, Rushworth & Dreaper, Liverpool, style B7, no. 1939, 13 15/16", 35.40cm, two bows, within Rushworth & Dreaper case
Estimate: 300-500

300
606

Interesting violin labelled Fato in Verona, Di Giacomo Zanoli, 1758, the one piece back of plainish wood with similar wood to the sides and head, the table of a fine width grain widening to the flanks and the varnish of a reddish-brown colour on a golden ground, 13 13/16", 35.10cm, bow, case
Estimate: 2000-4000

    
607

Saxon violin labelled The Nicolaus Bernhardt Violin, Fecit Saxony, fil anno, 14 1/8", 35.90cm, case
Estimate: 250-350

260
608

Interesting violin labelled Joseph Benedict Gedler..., the two piece back of faint medium curl with similar wood to the sides, the head of plainish wood, the table of a fine width grain widening to the flanks and the varnish of a brownish colour on a golden ground, 14", 35.60cm (at fault)
Estimate: 600-800

650
609

Early 20th century violin by Otto Seiffert & Max Grossman, labelled Nell-Cremona, Kunstinstrumentenbau, no. 24, Geseflschaft, m.b. H., Berlin, 1908, also signed by both makers, the two piece back with a strong flame with similar wood to the sides and plainer wood to the head, the table of a medium width grain narrowing to the flanks, the varnish of a golden-brown colour, 14", 35.60cm, bow, case
Estimate: 2500-3500

2400
610

French violin by A. Morhange, labelled A. Morhange, no. 89, Paris, the one piece back of medium curl with similar wood to the sides and head, the table of a medium width grain and the varnish of a golden-brown colour, 14 1/16", 35.70cm, case
*This instrument is sold with a hand written note from Charles Dancla, dated 1902 recommending the instrument
Estimate: 1200-1800

2000
611

Early 20th century Guarneri copy violin, 14", 35.60cm; together with a nickel mounted bow stamped G. Werner, case
Estimate: 200-400

440
612

Good early 20th century violin by and labelled Ernst Heinrich Roth, Markneukirchen, 1928, reproduction of Antonius Stradivarius, Cremona 1718, the one piece back of medium curl with similar wood to the sides and head, the table of a fine width grain widening to the flanks and the varnish of an reddish-brown colour on a golden ground, 14 1/8", 35.90cm, case
Estimate: 1500-2500

2000
613

Interesting early violin in need of restoration, possibly Flemish, labelled ...Marco Del Bofetto...fece Cremona Anno 1645; also bearing the repairer's label of C. Vrint, 62 Castle-Street, Leicester Square, London, 1873, the ornate peg box carved with the head of a mythical beast, 14 3/16", 36cm
Estimate: 400-800

520
614

Interesting late 18th/early 19th century French violin bearing an indistinct label and in need of restoration, 14 1/2", 36.80cm
Estimate: 400-800

380
 
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