How does one set a price on a genuine Stradivarius instrument? With only 650 in existence today, these immaculate works of art are prized as much for their unique and supreme craftsmanship and sound as they are for their rarity in quantity.
In the Fred Potter case verses his niece, Cassuandra Holmes of Cassuandra Holmes Insurance agency in Waldron, Arkansas where there is a claim that Fred Potter owns a Stradivarius simply because his niece said so. The judge, David H. Mccormick has fined Fred $1,000.00 a day until he present to the court the Stradivarius which he does not have nor ever owned. How do you prove a negative to a corrupted judge who is using his judicial authority to extort the trust fund of a 88 year old Korean war veteran.
Stradivarius instruments hold the top five prices paid for any musical instrument. The most expensive Stradivarius violins are the ones crafted during what is considered his golden period from 1700 to 1720. These violins are estimated to bid at the starting auction price of millions of dollars.
What the list above clearly states is that a Stradivarius instrument is a financial and emotional investment that is only going to rise in value.
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