The Lute Society: Small Ads Overseas

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The following listings are from Lute Society members. Items are removed after approximately 12 months unless we have been notified of the sale. Abridged versions of small ads appear in Lute News magazine, published quarterly. Non-members can advertise for a single payment of £10, contact us for details. Sections refer to month the item was listed here. If you submit a item for the listing, please notify us when it is sold.

If you can't find something here, you could try our small ads - UK listings. Also Wayne Cripps has a page with lutes currently for sale at www.cs.dartmouth.edu/~wbc/lute/forsale.html.

As you can see, information about your lute should include:- number of courses, string length, maker, year made, historical model if any, general remarks about special characteristics, whether with hard case, your city/region/country, asking price, contact details.

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Inclusion in this list does not imply endorsement or approval by The Lute Society.

Oct 2019

6 course lute in A by Jason Petty. 2019. Charming 53 cm a lute. Perfect for early Italian repertoire, ensemble or a young lute player. Located in Melbourne Australia. Hard case included. $5600 AUD or £3000. Contact:

Sep 2019

6-course Vihuela by Francisco Hervas, Granada, 2001. This instrument is a beauty! Fantastic wood-inlays on soundboard, back and sides , perfectly done. Wonderful rosette, sweet sound and excellent projection. String length 59 cm, mint condition! Comes with form-fitted case. The instrument is located in Germany. 2500,- Euros. Buyer pays shipping. For more information and pics please contact:

Aug 2019

6 course EMS Heritage lute, bought 2017, after Hieber, 600 mm string length. Standard tuning, Aquila Nylgut strings. Made of lacewood, spruce, walnut, including strap and soft case, mint condition, asking price 780 Euros, photos on request, contact Joe Casey, in Dublín, Ireland,

Jul 2019

7 course lute by Ivo Magherini after Italian models (1990, Rome). High level professional instrument in a very good condition. Top: spruce; back - ash; fingerboard - byrdseye maple String length 64 cm, works equally well on 440 or 415 Hz. Comes with fitted Kingham case. Asking price: 3000 € obo. Contact: . See also video and pictures

10 crs student lute (after Frei) by Carlos Gonzales/Didier Jarny. 64,8 cm string lenth. Located in France, Pays de Loire. See photo and more photos. With its hard case: 1050 €, by IBAN transfer only. Contact:

Apr 2019

7 course Renaissance Lute circa 1973, by J Van Lennep, available Birmingham, Alabama, contact Homewood Music, 1712 28th Ave S, Homewood, Al 35209; Bob Tedrow
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Mar 2019

Archlute by Martin Haycock (2018) after Venere (V&A) 8500€. Stringing: 1x1 + 5x2: 67cm, 8x1: 145cm. Kingham Case with velvet inside. A shipping crate in solid wood has been made especially for the instrument and can be used. Pictures can be found here url9.fr/pjvSwn. The instrument is located in Aix-en-Provence, France. contact .

10-c lute by Nigel Solomon (64cm - fall 2016) 1250€ alone and 1380€ with a padded bag from Le Point d'Accroche. Perfect action (3mm at 8th fret) The instrument has a nice and loud sound. Pictures can be found here : 2doc.net/l4wm0 Located in France, Aix-en-Provence. contact .

Jan 2019

7 course renaissance lute by Lauri Niskanen in G, string length 58 cm, asking price £ 500, Norway, pictures on request, offers are welcome, contact Geir Ove Myhre:

11 course baroque lute after Laux Mahler by Lauri Niskanen, asking price £ 1000 Norway, pictures on request, offers are welcome, contact Geir Ove Myhre:

8 course lute by Stephen Gottlieb, splendid early instrument, built in 1974. String length 63,4 cms, after the grand Warwick Frei. Stephen regarded this design as the finest of all surviving Renaissance Lutes. Back of highly dense medium flamed maple, as the original. Pictures on request. Price EUR 5500, can be seen close to Munich. contact Peter Toeppel