Emil Herrmann (1888 - 1968) was a prominent dealer and restorer of violins in New York City. Nearly all of the most famous instruments passed through his hands at one time or another of his career including literally hundreds made by Antonio Stradivari, Jacob Stainer, and the Amati and Guarneri families. He taught and employed later influential figures in the violin trade such as Simone Sacconi and Hans Weisshaar.
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