• Project start Jan 4, 2018
  • Days online 16
  • Members 938
  • Total invested $88838.75
  • Total paid $42319.60


Unique musical instruments regularly appear on the auction of the most famous auction houses: old, made by famous masters or owned by great musicians, they are one of the most sought-after items from collectors. Stradivarius succesfully deals with such brands as Christie's, Sotheby's, Bonhams and many more.

Below you can see the most expensive musical instruments in the world.
  • Duport Stradivari cello


  • Lady Blunt Stradivari violin of 1721


  • Crystal Grand Heintzman Piano


  • Reach Out to Asia Fender Stratocaster Guitar


  • Couchet harpsichord


  • Keith John Moon drum set


  • Charlie Parker's saxophone


  • Flora Aurum by Jens Ritter


  • A Dizzy Gillespie trumpet


  • Benny Goodman's Clarinet


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B. Auerbach