String Autographs & Memorabilia (over $500)

  • (Item #: M8748A-R7-8)
    Hungarian violinist (1845-1930), academic, composer, conductor and famous as a violin teacher. Among his many students were Mischa Elman, Jascha Heifetz, Nathan Milstein, Efrem Zimbalist, Benno Rabinof, Kathleen Parlow and other great performers.  Signed cabinet photo, inscribed to one of his most famous students, Kathleen Parlow, dated by him in Eisenach in 1906, where Auer spent his summer vacations and gave classes. Born in Canada, Kathleen Parlow (1890-1963) met Auer in 1905 in St. Petersburg, Russia, and took classes from him. This is a fantastic piece of violin memorabilia, with an autograph from one of the greatest to one of his later famous students. Auer autographs are rather rare and valuable. Size is 4.25 x 6.4 inches, an original cabinet photo by Elliott & Fry, London, trimming at the bottom taking probably 0.1 inches, repaired crack on the top left corner. Cabinet photo is mounted on a slightly larger black cardboard, to a total size of 4.5 x 6.8 inches and can not be detached. 
    Hungarian violinist (1845-1930), academic, composer, conductor and famous as a violin teacher. Among his many students were Mischa Elman, Jascha... read more >
    Hungarian violinist (1845-1930), academic, composer, conductor and famous as a violin teacher. Among his many students were Mischa Elman, Jascha Heifetz, Nathan Milstein, Efrem Zimbalist, Benno Rabinof, Kathleen Parlow and other great performers.  Signed cabinet photo, inscribed to one of his most famous students, Kathleen Parlow, dated by him in Eisenach in 1906, where Auer spent his summer vacations and gave classes. Born in Canada, Kathleen Parlow (1890-1963) met Auer in 1905 in St. Petersburg, Russia, and took classes from him. This is a fantastic piece of violin memorabilia, with an autograph from one of the greatest to one of his later famous students. Auer autographs are rather rare and valuable. Size is 4.25 x 6.4 inches, an original cabinet photo by Elliott & Fry, London, trimming at the bottom taking probably 0.1 inches, repaired crack on the top left corner. Cabinet photo is mounted on a slightly larger black cardboard, to a total size of 4.5 x 6.8 inches and can not be detached. 
    Hungarian violinist (1845-1930), academic, composer, conductor and famous...

    $1,295.00 USD

    (Item #: M8748A-R7-8)
    Hungarian violinist (1845-1930), academic, composer, conductor and famous as a violin teacher. Among his many students were Mischa Elman, Jascha Heifetz, Nathan Milstein, Efrem Zimbalist, Benno Rabinof, Kathleen Parlow and other great performers.  Signed cabinet photo, inscribed to one of his most famous students, Kathleen Parlow, dated by him in Eisenach in 1906, where Auer spent his summer vacations and gave classes. Born in Canada, Kathleen Parlow (1890-1963) met Auer in 1905 in St. Petersburg, Russia, and took classes from him. This is a fantastic piece of violin memorabilia, with an autograph from one of the greatest to one of his later famous students. Auer autographs are rather rare and valuable. Size is 4.25 x 6.4 inches, an original cabinet photo by Elliott & Fry, London, trimming at the bottom taking probably 0.1 inches, repaired crack on the top left corner. Cabinet photo is mounted on a slightly larger black cardboard, to a total size of 4.5 x 6.8 inches and can not be detached. 
    Hungarian violinist (1845-1930), academic, composer, conductor and famous as a violin teacher. Among his many students were Mischa Elman, Jascha... read more >
    Hungarian violinist (1845-1930), academic, composer, conductor and famous as a violin teacher. Among his many students were Mischa Elman, Jascha Heifetz, Nathan Milstein, Efrem Zimbalist, Benno Rabinof, Kathleen Parlow and other great performers.  Signed cabinet photo, inscribed to one of his most famous students, Kathleen Parlow, dated by him in Eisenach in 1906, where Auer spent his summer vacations and gave classes. Born in Canada, Kathleen Parlow (1890-1963) met Auer in 1905 in St. Petersburg, Russia, and took classes from him. This is a fantastic piece of violin memorabilia, with an autograph from one of the greatest to one of his later famous students. Auer autographs are rather rare and valuable. Size is 4.25 x 6.4 inches, an original cabinet photo by Elliott & Fry, London, trimming at the bottom taking probably 0.1 inches, repaired crack on the top left corner. Cabinet photo is mounted on a slightly larger black cardboard, to a total size of 4.5 x 6.8 inches and can not be detached. 
  • (Item #: M6166-Y11F)
    Norwegian-born violinist (1810-1880), one of the greatest violin players of the 19th Century.  Signed carte-de-visite (CDV) photograph, with a short sentiment ("Truly Yours"). A photo by H.T. Anthony, New York, 2.4 x 4 inches, in excellent condition. On verso, ink markings by another hand, "this autograph of Ole Bull was obtained in Bergen, Norway, August 10th, 1868 by professor J.J. Watson while on a visit to the great artist. Presented to Doc. L.B. Larkin by his friend J.J. Watson, Sept. 28th, 1868". Watson was an American violinist, composer and teacher who visited Bull twice in Bergen, while Larkin was a physician and spiritualist.    
    Norwegian-born violinist (1810-1880), one of the greatest violin players of the 19th Century.  Signed carte-de-visite (CDV) photograph, with a short... read more >
    Norwegian-born violinist (1810-1880), one of the greatest violin players of the 19th Century.  Signed carte-de-visite (CDV) photograph, with a short sentiment ("Truly Yours"). A photo by H.T. Anthony, New York, 2.4 x 4 inches, in excellent condition. On verso, ink markings by another hand, "this autograph of Ole Bull was obtained in Bergen, Norway, August 10th, 1868 by professor J.J. Watson while on a visit to the great artist. Presented to Doc. L.B. Larkin by his friend J.J. Watson, Sept. 28th, 1868". Watson was an American violinist, composer and teacher who visited Bull twice in Bergen, while Larkin was a physician and spiritualist.    
    Norwegian-born violinist (1810-1880), one of the greatest violin...

    $875.00 USD

    (Item #: M6166-Y11F)
    Norwegian-born violinist (1810-1880), one of the greatest violin players of the 19th Century.  Signed carte-de-visite (CDV) photograph, with a short sentiment ("Truly Yours"). A photo by H.T. Anthony, New York, 2.4 x 4 inches, in excellent condition. On verso, ink markings by another hand, "this autograph of Ole Bull was obtained in Bergen, Norway, August 10th, 1868 by professor J.J. Watson while on a visit to the great artist. Presented to Doc. L.B. Larkin by his friend J.J. Watson, Sept. 28th, 1868". Watson was an American violinist, composer and teacher who visited Bull twice in Bergen, while Larkin was a physician and spiritualist.    
    Norwegian-born violinist (1810-1880), one of the greatest violin players of the 19th Century.  Signed carte-de-visite (CDV) photograph, with a short... read more >
    Norwegian-born violinist (1810-1880), one of the greatest violin players of the 19th Century.  Signed carte-de-visite (CDV) photograph, with a short sentiment ("Truly Yours"). A photo by H.T. Anthony, New York, 2.4 x 4 inches, in excellent condition. On verso, ink markings by another hand, "this autograph of Ole Bull was obtained in Bergen, Norway, August 10th, 1868 by professor J.J. Watson while on a visit to the great artist. Presented to Doc. L.B. Larkin by his friend J.J. Watson, Sept. 28th, 1868". Watson was an American violinist, composer and teacher who visited Bull twice in Bergen, while Larkin was a physician and spiritualist.    
  • (Item #: M8825-W4A)
    Moravian violinist, violist and composer (1812-1865), one of the greatest violin virtuosos of his time and considered a proud successor of Paganini. Ernst was also an accomplished composer and discovered new ways to create polyphonically conceived music for the instrument.  Autograph music quote with 4 bars from an unknown piece, signed by him. Size is 8.25 x 3.4 inches, probably a clip cut from an album page, left border is a bit irregular, 2 folds, minor stains, in overall very good condition.
    Moravian violinist, violist and composer (1812-1865), one of the greatest violin virtuosos of his time and considered a proud successor... read more >
    Moravian violinist, violist and composer (1812-1865), one of the greatest violin virtuosos of his time and considered a proud successor of Paganini. Ernst was also an accomplished composer and discovered new ways to create polyphonically conceived music for the instrument.  Autograph music quote with 4 bars from an unknown piece, signed by him. Size is 8.25 x 3.4 inches, probably a clip cut from an album page, left border is a bit irregular, 2 folds, minor stains, in overall very good condition.
    Moravian violinist, violist and composer (1812-1865), one of...

    $995.00 USD

    (Item #: M8825-W4A)
    Moravian violinist, violist and composer (1812-1865), one of the greatest violin virtuosos of his time and considered a proud successor of Paganini. Ernst was also an accomplished composer and discovered new ways to create polyphonically conceived music for the instrument.  Autograph music quote with 4 bars from an unknown piece, signed by him. Size is 8.25 x 3.4 inches, probably a clip cut from an album page, left border is a bit irregular, 2 folds, minor stains, in overall very good condition.
    Moravian violinist, violist and composer (1812-1865), one of the greatest violin virtuosos of his time and considered a proud successor... read more >
    Moravian violinist, violist and composer (1812-1865), one of the greatest violin virtuosos of his time and considered a proud successor of Paganini. Ernst was also an accomplished composer and discovered new ways to create polyphonically conceived music for the instrument.  Autograph music quote with 4 bars from an unknown piece, signed by him. Size is 8.25 x 3.4 inches, probably a clip cut from an album page, left border is a bit irregular, 2 folds, minor stains, in overall very good condition.
  • (Item #: H6612-W1J)
    Lithuanian-born American violinist (1901-1987), who had a successful career as a performer and became focused on teaching in his latter years. Nice sepia photograph signed by him. Size is 8 x 10.1 inches, mounting traces on verso, otherwise in excellent condition.
    Lithuanian-born American violinist (1901-1987), who had a successful career as a performer and became focused on teaching in his latter years.... read more >
    Lithuanian-born American violinist (1901-1987), who had a successful career as a performer and became focused on teaching in his latter years. Nice sepia photograph signed by him. Size is 8 x 10.1 inches, mounting traces on verso, otherwise in excellent condition.
    Lithuanian-born American violinist (1901-1987), who had a successful...

    $850.00 USD

    (Item #: H6612-W1J)
    Lithuanian-born American violinist (1901-1987), who had a successful career as a performer and became focused on teaching in his latter years. Nice sepia photograph signed by him. Size is 8 x 10.1 inches, mounting traces on verso, otherwise in excellent condition.
    Lithuanian-born American violinist (1901-1987), who had a successful career as a performer and became focused on teaching in his latter years.... read more >
    Lithuanian-born American violinist (1901-1987), who had a successful career as a performer and became focused on teaching in his latter years. Nice sepia photograph signed by him. Size is 8 x 10.1 inches, mounting traces on verso, otherwise in excellent condition.
  • (Item #: H6611-W1J)
    Lithuanian-born American violinist (1901-1987), who had a successful career as a performer and became focused on teaching in his latter years. Gorgeous sepia photograph signed by him with a black fountain pen, dated in 1936. Size is 7.1 x 9.2 inches, mounting traces on verso, otherwise in excellent condition.
    Lithuanian-born American violinist (1901-1987), who had a successful career as a performer and became focused on teaching in his latter years.... read more >
    Lithuanian-born American violinist (1901-1987), who had a successful career as a performer and became focused on teaching in his latter years. Gorgeous sepia photograph signed by him with a black fountain pen, dated in 1936. Size is 7.1 x 9.2 inches, mounting traces on verso, otherwise in excellent condition.
    Lithuanian-born American violinist (1901-1987), who had a successful...

    $700.00 USD

    (Item #: H6611-W1J)
    Lithuanian-born American violinist (1901-1987), who had a successful career as a performer and became focused on teaching in his latter years. Gorgeous sepia photograph signed by him with a black fountain pen, dated in 1936. Size is 7.1 x 9.2 inches, mounting traces on verso, otherwise in excellent condition.
    Lithuanian-born American violinist (1901-1987), who had a successful career as a performer and became focused on teaching in his latter years.... read more >
    Lithuanian-born American violinist (1901-1987), who had a successful career as a performer and became focused on teaching in his latter years. Gorgeous sepia photograph signed by him with a black fountain pen, dated in 1936. Size is 7.1 x 9.2 inches, mounting traces on verso, otherwise in excellent condition.
  • (Item #: M7555-Y14)
    American violinist (1892-1918), a prodigious talent who died at age 26 in WWI, yet left some recordings. After his successful debut at Carnegie Hall in 1915, Hochstein had a short but very successful career on tour. Very rare autograph, large photo also signed by photographer on the mat (probably Isidore York, New York), dated by Hochstein in Rochester, 1912, with a short sentiment.  Size is 9.5 x 14.2 inches, loss of paper on the lower right corner, and minor cracks, otherwise in excellent condition. Very rare.
    American violinist (1892-1918), a prodigious talent who died at age 26 in WWI, yet left some recordings. After his successful... read more >
    American violinist (1892-1918), a prodigious talent who died at age 26 in WWI, yet left some recordings. After his successful debut at Carnegie Hall in 1915, Hochstein had a short but very successful career on tour. Very rare autograph, large photo also signed by photographer on the mat (probably Isidore York, New York), dated by Hochstein in Rochester, 1912, with a short sentiment.  Size is 9.5 x 14.2 inches, loss of paper on the lower right corner, and minor cracks, otherwise in excellent condition. Very rare.
    American violinist (1892-1918), a prodigious talent who died...

    $1,175.00 USD

    (Item #: M7555-Y14)
    American violinist (1892-1918), a prodigious talent who died at age 26 in WWI, yet left some recordings. After his successful debut at Carnegie Hall in 1915, Hochstein had a short but very successful career on tour. Very rare autograph, large photo also signed by photographer on the mat (probably Isidore York, New York), dated by Hochstein in Rochester, 1912, with a short sentiment.  Size is 9.5 x 14.2 inches, loss of paper on the lower right corner, and minor cracks, otherwise in excellent condition. Very rare.
    American violinist (1892-1918), a prodigious talent who died at age 26 in WWI, yet left some recordings. After his successful... read more >
    American violinist (1892-1918), a prodigious talent who died at age 26 in WWI, yet left some recordings. After his successful debut at Carnegie Hall in 1915, Hochstein had a short but very successful career on tour. Very rare autograph, large photo also signed by photographer on the mat (probably Isidore York, New York), dated by Hochstein in Rochester, 1912, with a short sentiment.  Size is 9.5 x 14.2 inches, loss of paper on the lower right corner, and minor cracks, otherwise in excellent condition. Very rare.
  • (Item #: N4265-D3-6)
    Hungarian violinist, conductor, composer, and teacher (1831-1907), considered one of the greatest violinists of the 19th century. Gorgeous black and white photo postcard signed by him, dated in 1903. Size is 3.5 x 5.25 inches, in excellent condition.
    Hungarian violinist, conductor, composer, and teacher (1831-1907), considered one of the greatest violinists of the 19th century. Gorgeous black and... read more >
    Hungarian violinist, conductor, composer, and teacher (1831-1907), considered one of the greatest violinists of the 19th century. Gorgeous black and white photo postcard signed by him, dated in 1903. Size is 3.5 x 5.25 inches, in excellent condition.
    Hungarian violinist, conductor, composer, and teacher (1831-1907), considered...

    $985.00 USD

    (Item #: N4265-D3-6)
    Hungarian violinist, conductor, composer, and teacher (1831-1907), considered one of the greatest violinists of the 19th century. Gorgeous black and white photo postcard signed by him, dated in 1903. Size is 3.5 x 5.25 inches, in excellent condition.
    Hungarian violinist, conductor, composer, and teacher (1831-1907), considered one of the greatest violinists of the 19th century. Gorgeous black and... read more >
    Hungarian violinist, conductor, composer, and teacher (1831-1907), considered one of the greatest violinists of the 19th century. Gorgeous black and white photo postcard signed by him, dated in 1903. Size is 3.5 x 5.25 inches, in excellent condition.
  • (Item #: H6565-W1H)
    Hungarian violinist (1831-1907), conductor, composer, and teacher who made an international career; widely regarded as one of the most significant violinists of the 19th century. Nice vintage cabinet photograph by J.C. Schaarwachter signed and inscribed by the violinist, dated in Sheffield, 1892. Size is 4.25 x 6.5 inches, mounting damage on verso, in overall excellent condition.
    Hungarian violinist (1831-1907), conductor, composer, and teacher who made an international career; widely regarded as one of the most significant... read more >
    Hungarian violinist (1831-1907), conductor, composer, and teacher who made an international career; widely regarded as one of the most significant violinists of the 19th century. Nice vintage cabinet photograph by J.C. Schaarwachter signed and inscribed by the violinist, dated in Sheffield, 1892. Size is 4.25 x 6.5 inches, mounting damage on verso, in overall excellent condition.
    Hungarian violinist (1831-1907), conductor, composer, and teacher who...

    $1,250.00 USD

    (Item #: H6565-W1H)
    Hungarian violinist (1831-1907), conductor, composer, and teacher who made an international career; widely regarded as one of the most significant violinists of the 19th century. Nice vintage cabinet photograph by J.C. Schaarwachter signed and inscribed by the violinist, dated in Sheffield, 1892. Size is 4.25 x 6.5 inches, mounting damage on verso, in overall excellent condition.
    Hungarian violinist (1831-1907), conductor, composer, and teacher who made an international career; widely regarded as one of the most significant... read more >
    Hungarian violinist (1831-1907), conductor, composer, and teacher who made an international career; widely regarded as one of the most significant violinists of the 19th century. Nice vintage cabinet photograph by J.C. Schaarwachter signed and inscribed by the violinist, dated in Sheffield, 1892. Size is 4.25 x 6.5 inches, mounting damage on verso, in overall excellent condition.
  • (Item #: H3820-R7-9)
    American violinist (1865-1926), founder in 1885 of a famous quartet (the "Kniesel Quartet"), a leading string ensemble in the United States in its time. Founded in Boston in 1885, the Kniesel Quartet moved its residence city to New York in 1903, and was finally dissolved in 1917. Large photograph signed by all 4 members in the 1910s, including founder Franz Kniesel (1st violin, member from 1885 through 1917), Hans Letz (2nd violin, member 1912-1917), Louis Svecenski (viola, member 1887-1917) and Willem Willeke (cello, member 1907-1917). Photo is inscribed to American pianist Harold Flammer (1889-1939), also composer of (mostly) vocal music and music publisher, dated in New York on May 20th, 1917. Size is 12.2 x 10.3 inches, blind stamp by a photographer on the lower right corner (name illegible), minor stains on borders, repaired scratch across Kneisel´s abdomen (he is seated on the left), in very good condition. This a large and amazing autograph photo of this quartet, the best we have ever seen so far.
    American violinist (1865-1926), founder in 1885 of a famous quartet (the "Kniesel Quartet"), a leading string ensemble in the United... read more >
    American violinist (1865-1926), founder in 1885 of a famous quartet (the "Kniesel Quartet"), a leading string ensemble in the United States in its time. Founded in Boston in 1885, the Kniesel Quartet moved its residence city to New York in 1903, and was finally dissolved in 1917. Large photograph signed by all 4 members in the 1910s, including founder Franz Kniesel (1st violin, member from 1885 through 1917), Hans Letz (2nd violin, member 1912-1917), Louis Svecenski (viola, member 1887-1917) and Willem Willeke (cello, member 1907-1917). Photo is inscribed to American pianist Harold Flammer (1889-1939), also composer of (mostly) vocal music and music publisher, dated in New York on May 20th, 1917. Size is 12.2 x 10.3 inches, blind stamp by a photographer on the lower right corner (name illegible), minor stains on borders, repaired scratch across Kneisel´s abdomen (he is seated on the left), in very good condition. This a large and amazing autograph photo of this quartet, the best we have ever seen so far.
    American violinist (1865-1926), founder in 1885 of a...

    $585.00 USD

    (Item #: H3820-R7-9)
    American violinist (1865-1926), founder in 1885 of a famous quartet (the "Kniesel Quartet"), a leading string ensemble in the United States in its time. Founded in Boston in 1885, the Kniesel Quartet moved its residence city to New York in 1903, and was finally dissolved in 1917. Large photograph signed by all 4 members in the 1910s, including founder Franz Kniesel (1st violin, member from 1885 through 1917), Hans Letz (2nd violin, member 1912-1917), Louis Svecenski (viola, member 1887-1917) and Willem Willeke (cello, member 1907-1917). Photo is inscribed to American pianist Harold Flammer (1889-1939), also composer of (mostly) vocal music and music publisher, dated in New York on May 20th, 1917. Size is 12.2 x 10.3 inches, blind stamp by a photographer on the lower right corner (name illegible), minor stains on borders, repaired scratch across Kneisel´s abdomen (he is seated on the left), in very good condition. This a large and amazing autograph photo of this quartet, the best we have ever seen so far.
    American violinist (1865-1926), founder in 1885 of a famous quartet (the "Kniesel Quartet"), a leading string ensemble in the United... read more >
    American violinist (1865-1926), founder in 1885 of a famous quartet (the "Kniesel Quartet"), a leading string ensemble in the United States in its time. Founded in Boston in 1885, the Kniesel Quartet moved its residence city to New York in 1903, and was finally dissolved in 1917. Large photograph signed by all 4 members in the 1910s, including founder Franz Kniesel (1st violin, member from 1885 through 1917), Hans Letz (2nd violin, member 1912-1917), Louis Svecenski (viola, member 1887-1917) and Willem Willeke (cello, member 1907-1917). Photo is inscribed to American pianist Harold Flammer (1889-1939), also composer of (mostly) vocal music and music publisher, dated in New York on May 20th, 1917. Size is 12.2 x 10.3 inches, blind stamp by a photographer on the lower right corner (name illegible), minor stains on borders, repaired scratch across Kneisel´s abdomen (he is seated on the left), in very good condition. This a large and amazing autograph photo of this quartet, the best we have ever seen so far.
  • (Item #: N3080-M3-8)
    Famous Czech violinist and composer (1880-1940). Signed photo mounted on a hard cardboard album leaf with a music quote also signed by him, dated 1927. Photo is also dated in 1927. A great pair of autograph items by one of the greatest violin virtuosos of the 19th & early 20th century. Large size: 12.5 x 6.8 inches (cardboard with autograph music quote), 3.25 x 5.5 inches (signed photo), in very good condition!
    Famous Czech violinist and composer (1880-1940). Signed photo mounted on a hard cardboard album leaf with a music quote also... read more >
    Famous Czech violinist and composer (1880-1940). Signed photo mounted on a hard cardboard album leaf with a music quote also signed by him, dated 1927. Photo is also dated in 1927. A great pair of autograph items by one of the greatest violin virtuosos of the 19th & early 20th century. Large size: 12.5 x 6.8 inches (cardboard with autograph music quote), 3.25 x 5.5 inches (signed photo), in very good condition!
    Famous Czech violinist and composer (1880-1940). Signed photo...

    $575.00 USD

    (Item #: N3080-M3-8)
    Famous Czech violinist and composer (1880-1940). Signed photo mounted on a hard cardboard album leaf with a music quote also signed by him, dated 1927. Photo is also dated in 1927. A great pair of autograph items by one of the greatest violin virtuosos of the 19th & early 20th century. Large size: 12.5 x 6.8 inches (cardboard with autograph music quote), 3.25 x 5.5 inches (signed photo), in very good condition!
    Famous Czech violinist and composer (1880-1940). Signed photo mounted on a hard cardboard album leaf with a music quote also... read more >
    Famous Czech violinist and composer (1880-1940). Signed photo mounted on a hard cardboard album leaf with a music quote also signed by him, dated 1927. Photo is also dated in 1927. A great pair of autograph items by one of the greatest violin virtuosos of the 19th & early 20th century. Large size: 12.5 x 6.8 inches (cardboard with autograph music quote), 3.25 x 5.5 inches (signed photo), in very good condition!
  • (Item #: M3684-R3-13)
    Russian-born American cellist (1903-1976), considered one of the greatest cello players of the 20th century. Nice photograph signed by him, dated by him in April 1947. Size is 8 x 10 inches, in excellent condition.
    Russian-born American cellist (1903-1976), considered one of the greatest cello players of the 20th century. Nice photograph signed by him,... read more >
    Russian-born American cellist (1903-1976), considered one of the greatest cello players of the 20th century. Nice photograph signed by him, dated by him in April 1947. Size is 8 x 10 inches, in excellent condition.
    Russian-born American cellist (1903-1976), considered one of the...

    $520.00 USD

    (Item #: M3684-R3-13)
    Russian-born American cellist (1903-1976), considered one of the greatest cello players of the 20th century. Nice photograph signed by him, dated by him in April 1947. Size is 8 x 10 inches, in excellent condition.
    Russian-born American cellist (1903-1976), considered one of the greatest cello players of the 20th century. Nice photograph signed by him,... read more >
    Russian-born American cellist (1903-1976), considered one of the greatest cello players of the 20th century. Nice photograph signed by him, dated by him in April 1947. Size is 8 x 10 inches, in excellent condition.
  • (Item #: H2282-R6E)
    Pablo M. M. de Sarasate y Navasqués (1844-1908) was a star Spanish violin virtuoso and composer. One of the greatest of the 19th century, Sarasate´s music is still today regularly performed by top violinists. Large signed half-tone engraved photo, inscribed and dated by him in Madrid, 1895. Sarasate is shown still young, seated with his violin. Size is 8 x 9.75 inches, even spotted rust, in very good condition. SEE PRICE BELOW. WATCH SARASATE´S "Concert Fantasy on Mozart´s The Magic Flute" - Performed by Antal Zalai.
    Pablo M. M. de Sarasate y Navasqués (1844-1908) was a star Spanish violin virtuoso and composer. One of the greatest... read more >
    Pablo M. M. de Sarasate y Navasqués (1844-1908) was a star Spanish violin virtuoso and composer. One of the greatest of the 19th century, Sarasate´s music is still today regularly performed by top violinists. Large signed half-tone engraved photo, inscribed and dated by him in Madrid, 1895. Sarasate is shown still young, seated with his violin. Size is 8 x 9.75 inches, even spotted rust, in very good condition. SEE PRICE BELOW. WATCH SARASATE´S "Concert Fantasy on Mozart´s The Magic Flute" - Performed by Antal Zalai.
    Pablo M. M. de Sarasate y Navasqués (1844-1908)...

    $1,085.00 USD

    (Item #: H2282-R6E)
    Pablo M. M. de Sarasate y Navasqués (1844-1908) was a star Spanish violin virtuoso and composer. One of the greatest of the 19th century, Sarasate´s music is still today regularly performed by top violinists. Large signed half-tone engraved photo, inscribed and dated by him in Madrid, 1895. Sarasate is shown still young, seated with his violin. Size is 8 x 9.75 inches, even spotted rust, in very good condition. SEE PRICE BELOW. WATCH SARASATE´S "Concert Fantasy on Mozart´s The Magic Flute" - Performed by Antal Zalai.
    Pablo M. M. de Sarasate y Navasqués (1844-1908) was a star Spanish violin virtuoso and composer. One of the greatest... read more >
    Pablo M. M. de Sarasate y Navasqués (1844-1908) was a star Spanish violin virtuoso and composer. One of the greatest of the 19th century, Sarasate´s music is still today regularly performed by top violinists. Large signed half-tone engraved photo, inscribed and dated by him in Madrid, 1895. Sarasate is shown still young, seated with his violin. Size is 8 x 9.75 inches, even spotted rust, in very good condition. SEE PRICE BELOW. WATCH SARASATE´S "Concert Fantasy on Mozart´s The Magic Flute" - Performed by Antal Zalai.
  • (Item #: M5025-Y4D)
    Russian composer (1882-1971) and American violinist (1891-1976).  Amazing half-tone photograph (probably a page from a program) signed by both artists; inscribed and dated by Stravinsky in Paris, 1934.  Size is 9 x 7 inches, couple of repaired cracks, otherwise in very good condition.
    Russian composer (1882-1971) and American violinist (1891-1976).  Amazing half-tone photograph (probably a page from a program) signed by both artists; inscribed... read more >
    Russian composer (1882-1971) and American violinist (1891-1976).  Amazing half-tone photograph (probably a page from a program) signed by both artists; inscribed and dated by Stravinsky in Paris, 1934.  Size is 9 x 7 inches, couple of repaired cracks, otherwise in very good condition.
    Russian composer (1882-1971) and American violinist (1891-1976).  Amazing half-tone...

    $795.00 USD

    (Item #: M5025-Y4D)
    Russian composer (1882-1971) and American violinist (1891-1976).  Amazing half-tone photograph (probably a page from a program) signed by both artists; inscribed and dated by Stravinsky in Paris, 1934.  Size is 9 x 7 inches, couple of repaired cracks, otherwise in very good condition.
    Russian composer (1882-1971) and American violinist (1891-1976).  Amazing half-tone photograph (probably a page from a program) signed by both artists; inscribed... read more >
    Russian composer (1882-1971) and American violinist (1891-1976).  Amazing half-tone photograph (probably a page from a program) signed by both artists; inscribed and dated by Stravinsky in Paris, 1934.  Size is 9 x 7 inches, couple of repaired cracks, otherwise in very good condition.
  • (Item #: H2839A-L15)
    Italian violinist and composer (1755-1824), a famous virtuoso of his time and an important composer for the violin, later in life, opera director. Printed score for his Violin Concerto in G, version adapted for the piano, opus WIa:7, adapted by pianist J.L. Dussek from his violin concerto WI:23. Signed by him over the lower right corner of the front cover page. A total of 22 pages plus front cover, 9.4 x 12.2 inches. Printed for the author and sold by Clementi and Co., London. Some ink annotations by another hand at the top right and near the signature, over the lower right corner, probably former ownership. Probably had original covers that are now missing, in overall very good condition. 
    Italian violinist and composer (1755-1824), a famous virtuoso of his time and an important composer for the violin, later in... read more >
    Italian violinist and composer (1755-1824), a famous virtuoso of his time and an important composer for the violin, later in life, opera director. Printed score for his Violin Concerto in G, version adapted for the piano, opus WIa:7, adapted by pianist J.L. Dussek from his violin concerto WI:23. Signed by him over the lower right corner of the front cover page. A total of 22 pages plus front cover, 9.4 x 12.2 inches. Printed for the author and sold by Clementi and Co., London. Some ink annotations by another hand at the top right and near the signature, over the lower right corner, probably former ownership. Probably had original covers that are now missing, in overall very good condition. 
    Italian violinist and composer (1755-1824), a famous virtuoso...

    $995.00 USD

    (Item #: H2839A-L15)
    Italian violinist and composer (1755-1824), a famous virtuoso of his time and an important composer for the violin, later in life, opera director. Printed score for his Violin Concerto in G, version adapted for the piano, opus WIa:7, adapted by pianist J.L. Dussek from his violin concerto WI:23. Signed by him over the lower right corner of the front cover page. A total of 22 pages plus front cover, 9.4 x 12.2 inches. Printed for the author and sold by Clementi and Co., London. Some ink annotations by another hand at the top right and near the signature, over the lower right corner, probably former ownership. Probably had original covers that are now missing, in overall very good condition. 
    Italian violinist and composer (1755-1824), a famous virtuoso of his time and an important composer for the violin, later in... read more >
    Italian violinist and composer (1755-1824), a famous virtuoso of his time and an important composer for the violin, later in life, opera director. Printed score for his Violin Concerto in G, version adapted for the piano, opus WIa:7, adapted by pianist J.L. Dussek from his violin concerto WI:23. Signed by him over the lower right corner of the front cover page. A total of 22 pages plus front cover, 9.4 x 12.2 inches. Printed for the author and sold by Clementi and Co., London. Some ink annotations by another hand at the top right and near the signature, over the lower right corner, probably former ownership. Probably had original covers that are now missing, in overall very good condition. 
  • (Item #: H2422-M6C)
    Polish virtuoso violinist (1835-1880) and Polish pianist (1837-1912). Set of two autograph letters, as follows: one letter is written in French (sold untranslated) signed by Henryk, dated in Brussels, March 13th, 1860, about music matters; size is 5.25 x 8.3 inches, 1 sheet, folds, in excellent condition. The second letter is written in German (sold untranslated) signed by Joseph, dated in Brussels, October 6th, 1894; size is 4.8 x 7.9 inches, 1 sheet. Autographs by Henryk Wieniawski are extremely rare! SOLD TOGETHER, NOT SOLD SEPARATELY.
    Polish virtuoso violinist (1835-1880) and Polish pianist (1837-1912). Set of two autograph letters, as follows: one letter is written in... read more >
    Polish virtuoso violinist (1835-1880) and Polish pianist (1837-1912). Set of two autograph letters, as follows: one letter is written in French (sold untranslated) signed by Henryk, dated in Brussels, March 13th, 1860, about music matters; size is 5.25 x 8.3 inches, 1 sheet, folds, in excellent condition. The second letter is written in German (sold untranslated) signed by Joseph, dated in Brussels, October 6th, 1894; size is 4.8 x 7.9 inches, 1 sheet. Autographs by Henryk Wieniawski are extremely rare! SOLD TOGETHER, NOT SOLD SEPARATELY.
    Polish virtuoso violinist (1835-1880) and Polish pianist (1837-1912)....

    $2,795.00 USD

    (Item #: H2422-M6C)
    Polish virtuoso violinist (1835-1880) and Polish pianist (1837-1912). Set of two autograph letters, as follows: one letter is written in French (sold untranslated) signed by Henryk, dated in Brussels, March 13th, 1860, about music matters; size is 5.25 x 8.3 inches, 1 sheet, folds, in excellent condition. The second letter is written in German (sold untranslated) signed by Joseph, dated in Brussels, October 6th, 1894; size is 4.8 x 7.9 inches, 1 sheet. Autographs by Henryk Wieniawski are extremely rare! SOLD TOGETHER, NOT SOLD SEPARATELY.
    Polish virtuoso violinist (1835-1880) and Polish pianist (1837-1912). Set of two autograph letters, as follows: one letter is written in... read more >
    Polish virtuoso violinist (1835-1880) and Polish pianist (1837-1912). Set of two autograph letters, as follows: one letter is written in French (sold untranslated) signed by Henryk, dated in Brussels, March 13th, 1860, about music matters; size is 5.25 x 8.3 inches, 1 sheet, folds, in excellent condition. The second letter is written in German (sold untranslated) signed by Joseph, dated in Brussels, October 6th, 1894; size is 4.8 x 7.9 inches, 1 sheet. Autographs by Henryk Wieniawski are extremely rare! SOLD TOGETHER, NOT SOLD SEPARATELY.
  • (Item #: M8826-W4A)
    Polish virtuoso violinist (1835-1880), one of the greatest violin composers of the 2nd. half of the 19th century.  Autograph note signed, undated (the date 1854 and the place Konigsberg is handwritten on verso by another hand), to Louis Kohler, German composer (1820-1886), a resident of Konigsberg since 1847. Wieniawski announces his recent arrival in Konigsberg, and sends his regards to Kohler. One page, 4.2 x 5.4 inches, in French, sold with a transcription and a translation into English, in excellent condition. ALSO INCLUDED is an original personal card for both Henryk and Josef Wieniawski, 3.5 x 2.1 inches, in excellent condition.
    Polish virtuoso violinist (1835-1880), one of the greatest violin composers of the 2nd. half of the 19th century.  Autograph note... read more >
    Polish virtuoso violinist (1835-1880), one of the greatest violin composers of the 2nd. half of the 19th century.  Autograph note signed, undated (the date 1854 and the place Konigsberg is handwritten on verso by another hand), to Louis Kohler, German composer (1820-1886), a resident of Konigsberg since 1847. Wieniawski announces his recent arrival in Konigsberg, and sends his regards to Kohler. One page, 4.2 x 5.4 inches, in French, sold with a transcription and a translation into English, in excellent condition. ALSO INCLUDED is an original personal card for both Henryk and Josef Wieniawski, 3.5 x 2.1 inches, in excellent condition.
    Polish virtuoso violinist (1835-1880), one of the greatest...

    $1,725.00 USD

    (Item #: M8826-W4A)
    Polish virtuoso violinist (1835-1880), one of the greatest violin composers of the 2nd. half of the 19th century.  Autograph note signed, undated (the date 1854 and the place Konigsberg is handwritten on verso by another hand), to Louis Kohler, German composer (1820-1886), a resident of Konigsberg since 1847. Wieniawski announces his recent arrival in Konigsberg, and sends his regards to Kohler. One page, 4.2 x 5.4 inches, in French, sold with a transcription and a translation into English, in excellent condition. ALSO INCLUDED is an original personal card for both Henryk and Josef Wieniawski, 3.5 x 2.1 inches, in excellent condition.
    Polish virtuoso violinist (1835-1880), one of the greatest violin composers of the 2nd. half of the 19th century.  Autograph note... read more >
    Polish virtuoso violinist (1835-1880), one of the greatest violin composers of the 2nd. half of the 19th century.  Autograph note signed, undated (the date 1854 and the place Konigsberg is handwritten on verso by another hand), to Louis Kohler, German composer (1820-1886), a resident of Konigsberg since 1847. Wieniawski announces his recent arrival in Konigsberg, and sends his regards to Kohler. One page, 4.2 x 5.4 inches, in French, sold with a transcription and a translation into English, in excellent condition. ALSO INCLUDED is an original personal card for both Henryk and Josef Wieniawski, 3.5 x 2.1 inches, in excellent condition.
  • (Item #: H6298-Y12F)
    Belgian virtuoso violinist (1858-1931), composer, and conductor; regarded as "The King of the Violin". Autograph music quote with 3 bars from the Rondó of Lalo's Symphonie Esgagnole signed and inscribed by him with a short sentiment in French, dated in New York 1913, to Rene Rice. Size is 7.6 x 6.4 inches, in excellent condition.
    Belgian virtuoso violinist (1858-1931), composer, and conductor; regarded as "The King of the Violin". Autograph music quote with 3 bars... read more >
    Belgian virtuoso violinist (1858-1931), composer, and conductor; regarded as "The King of the Violin". Autograph music quote with 3 bars from the Rondó of Lalo's Symphonie Esgagnole signed and inscribed by him with a short sentiment in French, dated in New York 1913, to Rene Rice. Size is 7.6 x 6.4 inches, in excellent condition.
    Belgian virtuoso violinist (1858-1931), composer, and conductor; regarded...

    $785.00 USD

    (Item #: H6298-Y12F)
    Belgian virtuoso violinist (1858-1931), composer, and conductor; regarded as "The King of the Violin". Autograph music quote with 3 bars from the Rondó of Lalo's Symphonie Esgagnole signed and inscribed by him with a short sentiment in French, dated in New York 1913, to Rene Rice. Size is 7.6 x 6.4 inches, in excellent condition.
    Belgian virtuoso violinist (1858-1931), composer, and conductor; regarded as "The King of the Violin". Autograph music quote with 3 bars... read more >
    Belgian virtuoso violinist (1858-1931), composer, and conductor; regarded as "The King of the Violin". Autograph music quote with 3 bars from the Rondó of Lalo's Symphonie Esgagnole signed and inscribed by him with a short sentiment in French, dated in New York 1913, to Rene Rice. Size is 7.6 x 6.4 inches, in excellent condition.
  • (Item #: H5405-VV6)
    Belgian virtuoso violinist (1858-1931), composer, and conductor; regarded as "the king of the violin". An album page signed and inscribed by the star violinist with a long sentiment in French and a music quote from an unknown piece, dated June, 1924.  Size is 7.2 x 9.25 inches, in excellent condition.
    Belgian virtuoso violinist (1858-1931), composer, and conductor; regarded as "the king of the violin". An album page signed and inscribed... read more >
    Belgian virtuoso violinist (1858-1931), composer, and conductor; regarded as "the king of the violin". An album page signed and inscribed by the star violinist with a long sentiment in French and a music quote from an unknown piece, dated June, 1924.  Size is 7.2 x 9.25 inches, in excellent condition.
    Belgian virtuoso violinist (1858-1931), composer, and conductor; regarded...

    $795.00 USD

    (Item #: H5405-VV6)
    Belgian virtuoso violinist (1858-1931), composer, and conductor; regarded as "the king of the violin". An album page signed and inscribed by the star violinist with a long sentiment in French and a music quote from an unknown piece, dated June, 1924.  Size is 7.2 x 9.25 inches, in excellent condition.
    Belgian virtuoso violinist (1858-1931), composer, and conductor; regarded as "the king of the violin". An album page signed and inscribed... read more >
    Belgian virtuoso violinist (1858-1931), composer, and conductor; regarded as "the king of the violin". An album page signed and inscribed by the star violinist with a long sentiment in French and a music quote from an unknown piece, dated June, 1924.  Size is 7.2 x 9.25 inches, in excellent condition.