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Baroque Oboes

Oboe by JACOB DENNER, c. 1720, after original in the Nürnberg Germanisches National Museum, No. MIR370.

Boxwood with 3 brass keys. A=415, as original.

Price: $2100.

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Oboe by I. W. OBERLENDER, c. 1730, after original in the DeVries Collection, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
 
3 brass keys. A=415, as original.
 
Boxwood: $2100.
 
African blackwood with 3 (synthetic) ivory rings: $2450.
 
 
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Oboe by THOMAS STANESBY, SR., c. 1700, after original in the Hamamatsu City Museum, Hamamatsu City, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan, ex Rosenbaum Collection.

Boxwood. A=410-415, as original.

With 3 brass keys: $2100.

With 3 silver keys and 3 (synthetic) ivory rings: $2450.

Listen to Marc Schachman perform an excerpt from the Adagio from Tomaso Albinoni's Oboe Concerto in D minor, Opus 9, No. 2, on a Vas Dias copy of a Stanesby oboe (from Venetian Oboe Concerti, © 2010 Centaur Records, Inc.)

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Oboe by NICOLAS ("le Jeune" or "Colin") HOTTETERRE, c. 1720, after original in the Musée des Instruments de Musique, Brussels, Belgium, No. 2320.

Boxwood. A=410-415, as original.

With 3 brass keys: $2100.

With 3 silver keys and 4 (synthetic) ivory rings: $2550.

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Oboe by J. H. EICHENTOPF, c. 1750, after original in the Museu da Musica, Lisboa, Portugal.

Boxwood with 2 brass keys. A=415.

Price: $2100.

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Oboe by T. H. DESJARDINS, c. 1750, after original in the Wachovia Museum, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

Boxwood with 3 brass keys. A=392, as original.

Price: $2100.

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