Longman & Broderip Firm


Violin maker
(fl. 1776 – 1790)

Important firm of London musical instrument agents active from around 1767–1790. It was founded by James Longman, then became Longman Lukey & Co. In 1775 Robert Broderip became a partner and the business was renamed Longman, Lukey & Broderip. When Lukey departed the following year the title changed to Longman & Broderip.

The firm sold the work of makers including Henry Jay, David & ...Read More James Furber, Lockey Hill and Benjamin Banks. Read Less


Price History

- The auction record for this maker is $10,029 in Jun 1989, for a cello.
- 42 auction price results.

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Instruments

No instruments with photographs publicly available


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