Constructed in 1692, this violin is seven millimeters longer than Stradivari's earlier instruments, indicating the possible Brescian influences of Gasparo da Salo and Giovanni Paolo Maggini.
New Jersey Symphony Orchestra
"Expert X said the instrument was known to him prior to the examination. He valued at $500,000 to $1,200,000. Charles Beare informally valued the instrument at $1 - $1.3 million.... Crane does not believe it is Strad."
New Jersey Symphony Orchestra Report of the Trustee Review Panel concerning the Golden Age Collection, December 16, 2004
Now attributed to Francesco Stradivari (formerly thought to be Antonio).