28th Apr, 2022 9:30

Changing Times: Clocks & Instruments from the 18th Century to Present Day

 
Lot 674
 

AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY VIOLIN BY THOMAS HARDIE

EARLY 19TH CENTURY VIOLIN BY THOMAS HARDIE OF EDINBURGH,
bears printed label to the interior and indistinctly dated circa 1830-50, with bow, in case (for restoration)

 

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Sold for £1,500
Estimated at £100 - £150


Condition Report
Total length: 60cm 

Violin for restoration. Neck has detached, as has tailpiece and bridge. Tuners missing. Surface wear to the body of the violin. 

Label to interior has some wear (pictured)

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