Brompton's

Brompton’s is now the leading auction house for the sale of fine musical instruments in Europe and the UK. Brompton's offer an unrivalled auction service to the professional or amateur musician interested in trying and buying some of our beautiful instruments. The same level of professionalism and care is provided for our sellers, and their instruments are given access to Brompton's thriving international market.

Brompton’s currently holds a myriad of world auction records for makers such as Nicolo Gagliano, Domenico Montagnana, David Tecchler, Giorgio Seraphin and many more, with most being sold to professional musicians around the globe. Brompton's hope this video will give you a better understanding of the company and the service Brompton's are proud to offer.

Set within the magnificent neo-classical building of The Royal Institution of Great Britain, Brompton’s offers a superb and centrally located position in Mayfair. The beautiful building provides us with Brompton's auction room in the grand library.

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A Dupont MD20 Guitar, 1991
A Dupont MD20 Guitar, 1991 A Maccaferri style, Jazz guitar A cutaway Spruce top with oval soundhole Maple back and sides. All original. Excellent condition. Sold with original hard case & spare bridge Brompton's
A Very Interesting Italian Violin, first half of the eighteenth century
A Very Interesting Italian Violin, first half of the eighteenth century Labelled: Anfelmus Bellosius fecit Venetiis 1783 Length of back: 354mm The later Italian table Sold with the certificate of C. F. Langonet & Son, London 1967 Brompton's
A fine silver-mounted Violin Bow by P
A fine silver-mounted Violin Bow by P. Simon, Paris Unbranded Round stick Weight: 59.4g. *Sold with the certificate of B. Millant, Paris and the certificate of N. Mondragon, San Francisco Brompton's
A Very Fine Italian Violin by Stefano Scarampella, Mantua 1905
Property of a Lady A Very Fine Italian Violin by Stefano Scarampella, Mantua 1905 Labelled: Stefano Scarampella di Brescia premiato con medaglie D'argento fratello ed allievo del Giuseppe fece in Mantova anno 1898 Length of back: 358mm This violin is in an exceptional state of preservation Sold with the certificate of Dmitry Gindin, London 2015 stating that the violin was made circa 1905, though the label dated 1898 may well be an original Scarampella label Brompton's
A Fine French Violin Bow, After Tourte
A Fine French Violin Bow, After Tourte Unstamped Round stick Weight: 61. (cloth lapping) The bone button Brompton's
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Brompton's Auctioneers
The Royal Institution, 21 Albemarle Street, Mayfair, London, W1S 4BS
+44 (0)20 7670 2932
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