10 Rarest and Most Valuable Violins in the World

Stradivarius "Lady Blunt": Crafted by Antonio Stradivari in 1721, this violin is considered one of his finest works. Named after its former owner.

Stradivarius "Messiah": Another masterpiece by Antonio Stradivari, the "Messiah" was crafted in 1716. 

Stradivarius "Betts": Crafted in 1704, the "Betts" is renowned for its exceptional tonal quality and beautiful craftsmanship. 

Stradivarius "Kreutzer": Made in 1707, the "Kreutzer" violin is named after the French violinist Rodolphe Kreutzer.

Stradivarius "La Pucelle": Also known as "The Virgin," this violin was made by Antonio Stradivari in 1709. 

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Guarneri del Gesù "Carrodus": Crafted by Giuseppe Guarneri del Gesù in 1743, the "Carrodus" is celebrated for its rich.

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Guarneri del Gesù "Kochanski": Made in 1741, the "Kochanski" is another masterpiece by Guarneri del Gesù.

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Guarneri del Gesù "Vieuxtemps": Crafted in 1741, the "Vieuxtemps" is one of Guarneri del Gesù's most famous violins.

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Giuseppe Guarneri "del Gesù": Often referred to simply as "del Gesù," this violin maker produced several exceptional instruments.

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Niccolò Amati "Alard": Crafted by Niccolò Amati in the mid-17th century, the "Alard" is one of the oldest violins on this list.

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