Stradivarius violin found in closet could sell for $10 million

from the Bangor Daily News:

NEW YORK — A Stradivarius violin forgotten in a closet for decades and formerly owned by a reclusive U.S. heiress to a copper fortune could sell for as much as $10 million in a sealed bid auction next month, according to Christie’s.

If the 1731 violin, known as “The Kreutzer” after the French concert violinist Rodolphe Kreutzer who once owned it, reaches the top end of its pre-sale estimate it would be one of most expensive musical instruments ever sold.

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