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Metropolitan Museum of Art Violin, 1669 made by Nicolò Amati (Italian, 1596–1684) Cremona, Italy Spruce, maple, other woods.

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The Blackbird, also called the Black Stone Violin, is a full-size playable violin made of black diabase after drawings by Antonio Stradivari (Stradivarius), but with technical modifications to allow it to be played. The violin was conceived and designed by the Swedish artist Lars Widenfalk.

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1718 Stradivari violin 'Maurin' (with caliper, mm) Back 355 Upper Bout 166.75 Middle Bout 113 Lower Bout 206.75

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1721 Lady Blunt Stradivarius Violin - sold by Tarisio Auctions on their 20 June 2011 online auction for £9.8 million (US$15.9 million),

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Metropolitan Museum of Art Violin, 1693 Made by Antonio Stradivari (Italian, 1644–1737) Cremona, Italy

The 1683 'Cipriani Potter' Stradivarius © Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford

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HOW MANY ANTONIO STRADIVARI INSTRUMENTS STILL EXIST IN THE WORLD ?

Italían luthíer Antônío Stradívârí (1644-1737), of Cremôna

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