Harry Wahl's Violins book. Anneli Karkovirta (Translator).
Harry Wahl's Violins book.
By Maija-Stiina Roine. Text translated by Anneli Karkovirta, daughter of the author. An invaluable source of information about Wahl, a Finnish sailor and businessman whose extraordinary collection of instruments was suddenly dispersed in the wake of WWII. A complete listing of Wahl’s collection and 30 color photographs, including striking examples by Amati, Montagnana, Stradivari and Goffriller, accompany this definitive resource on this famous collector.
Harry August Wahl (July 17, 1869 – July 31, 1940) was a Finnish businessman, violin collector, and sailor who competed in the 1912 Summer Olympics. He was a crew member of the Finnish boat Nina, which won the silver medal in the 10 metre class. The Wahl family had made its fortune by various businesses, many of which were connected to the construction of the Saimaa Canal around the 1850s.
Peter A. Darnell, Philip E. Margolis. Springer Books on Professional Computing. This paper measures the returns to investing in violins using two different datasets. One dataset includes 75 observations on repeat sales of the same violins at auction starting in the mid-19t. More). Contents: Introduction To Programming.
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