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Saxophones Adolphe Sax

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Flûtes by Thomas Lot

Silver flûtes by Louis Lot

Wooden flûtes by Louis Lot

Piccolos flûtes by Louis Lot

Flûtes by Clair Godfroy

Flûtes by Auguste Bonneville

Recorders XVIII em Century

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Other Silver Flutes 

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Fine Antique French and Italian guitars

Fabricatore, PetitJean, René Lacôte, Coffe, Lambert, Pons, Salomon, Saunier,Vauboam, Johann Georg Staufer, Panormo, Mast.

 

The early romantic guitar is the guitar of the Classical and Romantic period of music, showing remarkable consistency in the instrument from 1790 to 1830.

By this time guitars used single strings of six or more compared to, for example, the Baroque guitar with nine or ten strings paired to make five courses.

 

The romantic guitar eventually led to a different type of guitar in Spain: the fan-braced Spanish guitars of Torres, which may be seen as the immediate precursor of the modern classical guitar.

 

Principal Makers are

 

Italia Filano, Fabricatore et Vinaccia, Turin Guadagnini Austria, Stauffer,London, Panormo Italia Matheo Sellas, Tielke Allemagne, Stadler, et Koch à Venise,

16 ème and 17 ème century Alexandre Voboam, Jean Voboam,

18 ème and 19 ème century Gérard J. Deleplanque, Francisco Lupot, Louvet, Salomon Jean François, Renault & Chatelain, Edmond Saunier,

Johann Georg Staufer, René Lacote, Fabricatore, Petit Jean à Mirecourt, Panormo, Lejeune, Aubry Jacques, Aubry-Maire, Beau Simon, François, Brugère François, Cabasse-Visnaire, Calot Joseph, Charpentier Auguste, Coffe-Goguette, Collin Hyppolite, Deleplanque Gérard, Denis Nicolas, Derazey Honoré, Didier Nicolas, Grobert Nicolas, Lajoue, Lambert, Leblanc Claude, Marcard Pierre, Mast, Jean Laurent, Mauchant Frères, Mauchant-Rouvier, Nicolas Didier l'Aîné, Otte Charles, Petitjean, Roudhloff fils, Roudhloff François,Thibouville-Lamy Jérome, Thouvenel, Tranchet,Vissenaire Nicolas, Jean Joseph Coffé, Nicolas Grobert, Huel Charles, Jacquot, Jean Nicolas Lambert, Étienne Laprévotte, Nicolas Mareschal, Guillaume Martin, Pierre Michelot, Olry, César Pons, Joseph Pons, Louis David Pons...

 

Baroque Guitar Jean Laurent Mast à Paris 1780.

J.L. Mast Luthier 1748 / 1791

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Rare Baroque Guitar by César Pons 1784

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Romantic Guitar René Lacôte 1824

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Romantic Guitar by René Lacôte1832

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Romantic Guitar by René Lacôte1837

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Romantic Guitar by René Lacôte 1830

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Very rare Guitar by Etienne Laprevotte

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Romantic Guitar by Fabricatore 1819

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Baroque guitar by Socquet 1769

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Guitar Vissenaire

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Guitar by Vissenaire 1824

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