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Antonius Stradiuarius Cremonensis Faciebat Anno 1734 - Bookshelf

256 pages

Real or Fake, Studies in Authentication

Creator: Joe Nickell | Law - 2009-07-17

It was labeled “Antonius Stradivarius Cremonensis Faciebat Anno 1734,” so of course it must be true. As I was to learn, in the most obvious of the faked labels, each digit of the date—for example, “1716” or “1722”—was printed in type, whereas ...

Publisher: University Press of Kentucky

The Strad

Bowed stringed instruments - 1905

... the following were the prices realised by the principal lots :—A violin by . Sanctus Seraphin, of Venice. 1734, £23 ios. ... £19 105.; a violin by Antonius Gibertini, be; a violoncello by Antonius Stradivarius, Cremonensis faciebat, anno 17x5, ...

423 pages

Diddy Waw Diddy, The Passage of an American Son

Creator: Bill Porterfield | Biography & Autobiography - 1994

On the neck, imprinted in the wood, was "Concert Violin," and below that the name "Stradivarius." Inside the label read "Antonius Stradivarius Cremonensis," and below that "Faciebat Anno 1734," and below that "A5" circled and a fancy cross ...

Publisher: Harpercollins

About this book
Billy Porterfield's memoir begins in 1938, when his restless father decided to leave the family farm in Little Egypt, Oklahoma, to become an oil field driller. During the next seventeen years, the Porterfields - the author, his parents, and his younger brother and sister - moved twenty-two times, chasing the flow of oil in Texas in their sleek Terraplane Hudson. Alternately rambunctious and refined, mythic and earthy, Porterfield's family and circle of eccentrics are brought to life with rich color and texture.

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Stradivarius in the Attic? | Kennedy Violins Blog
My mother has in her possession a Stradiuarius which belonged to my father. We do not know if it is the real deal or a copy. I would like to know if there is anyone ...

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Stradivarius Violins - The Violin Site
Antonio Stradivari was born in the year 1644 (by some sources also in 1649 or 1650) in Cremona, Italy to Alessandro Stradivari and Anna Moroni.

Encyclopedia Smithsonian: Stradivarius Violins
The usual label, whether genuine or false, uses the Latin inscription Antonius Stradivarius Cremonensis Faciebat Anno [date]. This inscription ...

n 1908 a famous Belgian violinist named Eugene Ysaye was on a concert tour in St. Petersburg in Russia. He had with him four Stradivarius violins.


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