Antonio Stradivari, Cremona, 1734, the 'Lam, Scotland University'

Violin: 41567

Bearing its original label, "Antonius Stradivarius Vremonensis faciebat anno 1734."

Back: One-piece, with an original wing in the lower treble flank

Length of back: 35.9 cm

Upper bouts: 16.85 cm

Middle bouts: 11 cm

Lower bouts: 20.9 cm

There is 1 additional image in the archive which is not available publicly. Please contact us for more information.


"A handsome violin of large size probably built on the 'G' form, this Stradivari shows the participation of the son Francesco who had an important role in the workshop by this time. Like violins of its type such as the 'Ames' and 'Habaneck', the soundholes are slightly askew with the treble soundhole set noticeably higher. The back is from foreign-grown maple and the arches are noticeably full to the edges. The head and corner work also express the participation of the talented Francesco."

Cremona 1730-1750: the Olympus of Violin Making, Christopher Reuning, editor, Cremona 1730-1750: the Olympus of Violin Making, Cremona

Currently on loan to the Museo del Violino in Cremona.


- Rembert Wurlitzer Inc.
- George D. N. Neill
- Scottish University
- Dr. P. J. McGlynn
- Rembert Wurlitzer Inc.
- Jerry Castellone
until 1873 Heath
from 1873 W. E. Hill & Sons
until 1941 W. E. Hill & Sons
in 1941 Sold by Rudolph Wurlitzer Co.
from 1941 Edward S. Cole
until 1948 W. E. Hill & Sons
from 1948 Frank Gullino
until 1963 Rembert Wurlitzer Inc.
from 1963 Louis Schrade
until 1969 Rembert Wurlitzer Inc.
from 1969 Mrs. Mildred Sainer
1972 - 1988 Sau-Wing Lam
from 1988 Current owner

Certificates & Documents

  • Certificate: Rembert Wurlitzer Inc., New York, NY (1972)
  • Certificate: Rudolph Wurlitzer Co., New York, NY (1941)
  • Certificate: W. E. Hill & Sons, London (1941)

Cozio holds copies of many certificates and other documents, some of which are available to view on request. Please contact us if you wish to view a particular document. (Note that we do not always have permission to share documents.)


  • A Thousand Mornings of Music, Arnold Gingrich, Crown Publishers, New York (illustrated)
  • Antonius Stradivarius (Volumes I-IV), Jost Thöne, Jan Röhrmann, Alessandra Barabaschi, Jost Thöne Verlag, Cologne, 2010 (illustrated)
  • Cremona 1730-1750: the Olympus of Violin Making, Christopher Reuning, editor, Consorzio Liutai Antonio Stradivari, Cremona (illustrated)
  • How Many Strads? (1999 edition), Doring, Bein & Fushi, Bein & Fushi, Chicago, 1999
  • Private Archives - 10746
  • Sau-Wing Lam, Dietmar Machold (illustrated)
  • Violin Iconography of Antonio Stradivari 1644-1737, Herbert K. Goodkind, Larchmont, NY (illustrated)


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