How many Strads? our heritage from the Master, a tribute to the memory of a great genius compiled in the year marking the Tercentenary of his birth being a tabulation of works believed to survive produced in Cremona by Antonio Stradivari between 1666 and 1737 including relevant data and mention of his two sons Francesco and Omobono. Ernest N. Doring.
How many Strads? our heritage from the Master, a tribute to the memory of a great genius compiled in the year marking the Tercentenary of his birth being a tabulation of works believed to survive produced in Cremona by Antonio Stradivari between 1666 and 1737 including relevant data and mention of his two sons Francesco and Omobono
How many Strads? our heritage from the Master, a tribute to the memory of a great genius compiled in the year marking the Tercentenary of his birth being a tabulation of works believed to survive produced in Cremona by Antonio Stradivari between 1666 and 1737 including relevant data and mention of his two sons Francesco and Omobono
How many Strads? our heritage from the Master, a tribute to the memory of a great genius compiled in the year marking the Tercentenary of his birth being a tabulation of works believed to survive produced in Cremona by Antonio Stradivari between 1666 and 1737 including relevant data and mention of his two sons Francesco and Omobono
How many Strads? our heritage from the Master, a tribute to the memory of a great genius compiled in the year marking the Tercentenary of his birth being a tabulation of works believed to survive produced in Cremona by Antonio Stradivari between 1666 and 1737 including relevant data and mention of his two sons Francesco and Omobono

How many Strads? our heritage from the Master, a tribute to the memory of a great genius compiled in the year marking the Tercentenary of his birth being a tabulation of works believed to survive produced in Cremona by Antonio Stradivari between 1666 and 1737 including relevant data and mention of his two sons Francesco and Omobono

Chicago: William Lewis & Son, 1945. Hardcover. 379p., glazed cream paperstock throughout. 8x10.75 inches, introductory note, foreword, the publishers, summary of works, index, bibliography, list of subscribers, profusely illustrated with b&w photos and plates illustrating the instruments. The first edition, #474 of 1400 copies in decorated red cloth with titles over gilt and black panels; has a small bump affecting lower corner of cover and (faintly) most of the textblock leaves; in very good original slipcase with mild splitting to edges and mild evidence of strengthening of bump. A personal inscription signed by the author is the only marking.

Cat.No: 190771

Price: $350.00