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AUCTIONS Top lots from the London sales

A record-breaking Gofriller and possibly the oldest British viola drew Kevin MacDonald’s attention in the March auctions
This 1689 Andrea Guarneri violin made £197,100 at Tarisio
PHOTOS COURTESY TARISIO

‘Even repaired Sartory bows are making big prices these days’ – Paul Hayday

The March London auctions seem to lack some of the frisson of the October sales, but this usually makes them a better occasion for achieving bargains. Between them, Tarisio (18 March), Brompton’s (18 March) and Ingles & Hayday (19 March) offered more than 700 lots, from which I will highlight some of the most valuable and interesting.

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We conclude our investigation of Stradivari’s moulds and examine some radical teaching methods. Vadim Gluzman, Philip Dukes and Matthew Barley are interviewed and there’s our annual Accessories supplement, featuring carbon fibre bows, wolf eliminators, mutes and lots more.