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Sebastian Dalinger

Born in Vienna in 1735, where he died in 1809, Dalinger (or Dallinger) was a loyal follower of the Stainer model, often carving a lion’s head in place of a scroll in the Stainer manner. The workmanship is of a very high order, but the varnish is undistinguished, and varies from a pale yellow to dull brown. One branded example is marked ‘Sebastian Dalinger Vienna 1783’ on the upper back.

Sebastian Dalinger

(fl Vienna, 1768-1809)

Born in Vienna in 1735, where he died in 1809, Dalinger (or Dallinger) was a loyal follower of the Stainer model, often carving a lion’s head in place of a scroll in the Stainer manner. The workmanship is of a very high order, but the varnish is undistinguished, and varies from a pale yellow to dull brown. One branded example is marked ‘Sebastian Dalinger Vienna 1783’ on the upper back.

Instruments for sale in our March 2024 - Auction Catalogue

Lot 93

A viola by Sebastian Dalinger

(fl Vienna, 1768-1809)

Vienna, 1796

£7,000-10,000

GBP£7,000.00 - £10,000.00
EUR€8,400.00 - €12,000.00
AUD$12,040.00 - $17,200.00
JPY¥1,130,920.00 - ¥1,615,600.00
KRW₩11,140,640.00 - ₩15,915,200.00
CHFCHF8,540.00 - CHF12,200.00
USD$9,170.00 - $13,100.00

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