Stradivarius Violin Stolen at Euston sells for £1.38m by Tarisio

A Stradivarius Violin which was stolen at Euston station in 2010, and later found in West Midlands has been sold by auction house Tarisio for £1.38 million. Bidding for the Violin started at £1 million pounds. The Violin was said to have been in excellent condition when it was recovered, the only thing missing when it was found was the bridge. The Violin belonged to London-based violinist Min-Jin Kim. The instrument went missing for three years. Made in Cremona in Italy in 1696 by Antonio Stradivarius, it is one of about 600 remaining instruments made by Stradivarius. It’s probably not one of Strad’s finest Violins, one of the best instrument this fantastic violin made went for over £10 Million pounds in an auction in the...

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