Lachmann, Erich. THE ERICH LACHMANN COLLECTION OF HISTORICAL STRINGED MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. Los Angeles, 1950.
53 pp., 24 full page plates. (12 1/2 x 17 1/2 inches, one corner sl. worn, generally fine to very fine) Sold for $488 at the Skinner auction of November, 1994. Scarce. $85.00
Lachmann, Erich. THE ERICH LACHMANN COLLECTION OF HISTORICAL STRINGED MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. Los Angeles, 1950. Plates Only.
The 24 full page plates, in a paper binder with the same cover illustration as the book. (12 1/2 x 17 1/2 inches, the tipped-in photos are 7 1/2 x 11 inches, paper binder a bit worn) $50.00
Lebet, Claude. LES DEUX STRADIVARIUS DE DOMENICO DRAGONETTI. (Domenico Dragonetti and his two Stradivarius Violins) La Chaux-de-Fonds, 1991. The Deluxe Edition.
34 pp., 6 color photographs of the two violins, plus 2 portraits. (6 ¾ x 10 ½ inches, full leather binding, very fine condition, in a slipcase) No. 20 of the edition limited to 20. Extremely scarce! $750.00
15 pp. (one side), numerous illustrations. (11 x 15 inches, spiral bound, some wear and taping to pages) An interesting book that shows step by step the process of rehairing a bow. Scarce. $65.00
Mockel, Otto. DIE KUNST DES GEIGENBAUES. Berlin, 1930.
389 pp., 128 diagrams, 71 plates of illustrations. In German. (8 x 11 inches, bound in 3/4 leather and boards, leather a bit rubbed) Great illustrations that show many of the steps involved in violin-making. Very scarce edition, signed by the author. $450.00
Möller, Max. THE VIOLIN MAKERS OF THE LOW COUNTRIES (Belgium and Holland). Amsterdam, 1955.
165 pp., 58 pages of plates, and an alphabetical register of the violin-makers of the Low Countries. (8vo, cloth, corners bumped, very good to fine condition) No. 680 of 1500 copies. A copy brought £632, about $1000.00 at Christie's auction of October, 1993. Scarce! $600.00
Orcutt, William Dana. THE STRADIVARI MEMORIAL AT WASHINGTON, the National Capital. Library of Congress, 1938.
49 pp., frontispiece, 16 plates. (boards, spine a bit frayed) $40.00