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Valuable Instruments

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Parent Issue
Day
22
Month
February
Year
1895
Copyright
Public Domain
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An Italiaii paper says that the violóncello tipon which Siguor Pratti plays is valued at $2, 00'.;. It is a Ruggueri instrument. Accoïiliiig to this same antbority, a.' the promiuent fiddJers have small forttiues invested in their violins. Ysaye has a Guardagnini worth $1,200, and Jeau Oerardy plays upou a Guarnerins, valued at $4,000. Dr. Joachim has a large collection of valuable violius. The Stradivarius that belonged to Ernst, and said tobeworth $10,000, has corne iuto tho possession of Lady Halla Mosaic flúor?, laid with small pieoes of different coloree! stones set in regular pattorus, wito known to the Egyptiaris 2300 B. C. ín Babyion floors of thia kind dated from 1 100 B. C. They were cemmon iii tbe Athenian and Romau houses. Many pairs oí sandaís have been recoverod at Fompeii Tlie solos are fastened wirh naiis. Cleveland was uamed after General Moses C!evel-nd, who surveyed the reKiou

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Ann Arbor Argus
Old News