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  • European unknown maker

    Cello c. 1850 displays characteristics suggesting it is German/Swiss, by an unknown maker.  The top is wide soft-grained wood, neck is birch.  The extremely dark varnish is well worn with age.  Pegheds have been installed and there are no fine tuners on the ebony.   Setup includes a French bridge, endpin fitting with a 10mm NHM carbon fiber endpin.
    Back length 760 mm
    Upper bouts  343 mm
    Lower bouts  430 mm
    String length  702 mm

  • Paesold

    Roderich Paesold cello Model 610 has served its previous cellist well and is ready to transition an advancing player to the next level.  Made in Bubenreuth (2001), the cello’s setup includes rosewood pegs, Belgian bridge, Akusticus tailpiece, hardwood fitting with 8mm metal endpin.
    Back length 760 mm
    Upper bouts 350 mm
    Lower bouts 440 mm
    String length  693 mm

  • Scott Cao 1500

    SOLD  This  model 1500 is a copy of a Montagnana 1739 cello, made in Scott Cao’s California workshop.  The two-piece top is of Italian spruce; the ribs and two-piece back are of Bosnian maple.  The setup includes Pegheds, a Belgian bridge, Frirsz alloy tailpiece, NHM composite fitting with 8mm Cube Acoustics endpin.

    Back length 750 mm
    Upper Bouts  367 mm
    Lower bouts  445 mm
    String Length  705 mm

  • Roman Teller

    Cello made by Roman Teller, 1965 Erlangen, Germany is available for audition here.
    Back length 760 mm
    Upper bouts  350 mm
    Lower bouts 440 mm
    String length 700 mm

  • Henry Richard Knopf

    Made in 1903, New York by German maker Henry Richard Knopf and is healthy after restoration.  It features PegHeds, a Horvat tailpiece, Chris Dungey endpin.  Contact us for more details.
    Back length 760 mm
    Upper bouts  340 mm
    Lower bouts  430 mm
    String length  717 mm

  • Heinrich Gill 394

    This beautiful cello is a model 394, Montagnana pattern made in 2006.  The previous owner has made enhancements in the setup, and it is a powerful instrument.
    Back length  750 mm
    Upper bouts 365 mm
    Lower bouts 460 mm
    String length 700 mm

  • Koberling

    From the workshop of Johann Koberling, Germany, 2002.  Cello has been well cared for by the original owner, and now  seeks a new home.
    Back length 760 mm
    Upper bouts360 mm
    Lower bouts 440 mm
    String length 690 mm

  • German unknown maker

    Carved Strad pattern cello made c. 1920-1940, stamped Germany at bottom rib, is recently stored and in excellent health.  While tailpiece and fittings can be upgraded, with so many options available it might make sense for the new owner to decide to leave as-is or not.
    Back length 760 mm
    Upper bouts 348 mm
    Lower bouts 440 mm
    String length  690 mm