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Early Instrument Exchange

A place for musicians in North America to buy and sell period instruments.

Instruments


Instruments

Leslie Ross bass dulcian a=440. Excellent condition. About 10 years old.
Asking price: USD$2300 shawm1550@gmail.com

Recorders: Consort soprano, 2 Mollenhauer altos, German Schneider tenor. Good condition in original 1960’s-70’s boxes, all wooden.
Asking price: All four $85.00 joyryan@sbcglobal.net

Unfretted table clavichord,C-e’’’, Robert Goble, 1974 Oxford, in excellent condition with walnut case.
Asking price: $4,000 brendler@berkeley.edu

5-string Baroque Cello, after Montagnana + custom padded bag. String length 26 5/8 inches (677mm), back 29 3/4 inch (756mm). Tuned either: e(d) A D G C, or A D G C (GG/FF). Conversion by luthier Devin Hough, Davis, California. Detachable wooden end-pin after Praetorius.
Asking price: $5,250 webkins123@yahoo.com

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For Sellers

For Sellers

  • Postings are limited to period instruments (both historical instruments and modern reproductions) and not modern instruments.
  • Postings will be removed 30 days after the initial listing. To extend your listing, please contact EMA via the email below. 

New submissions should include:

  • Short Instrument Type/Description (limited to one sentence.)
  • Initial asking price
  • Contact Email Address

Please email submissions to specialprojects@earlymusicamerica.org

 

 

For Buyers

For Buyers

  • For more details and photos of instruments, please contact the seller using the listed email.
  • Caveat emptor - let the buyer beware. Early Music America is not responsible for transactions initiated through this page.
  • Facebook users may also find our group "Used Baroque and Early Music Instruments North America" helpful.

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