martin swan

How much would the Titanic violin be worth if it hadn't sailed on the Titanic?

October 20, 2013 04:16

So, the 'Titanic Violin' sold for £900,000.
Good photos of the violin are in woefully short supply, but one incautious image of the rib corners indicates a Schönbach violin shaped object or at best, a Caussin School trade fiddle.

So how much would it be worth without the Titanic connection? £100, maybe as much as £300? More about this infamous 'Violin-Shaped-Object' here: http://martinswanviolins.com/sales/what-is-the-titanic-violin-worth/

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