Listed here are a limited number of the violins that are available. Click on the opus numer to see photos and more details about each violin. Occasionally, fine early Cox violins come back on the market. Let us know if you are interested, or if you want to know more about a specific violin.
|Opus 766||The “Eddy-Brown” 1744 Carlo Bergonzi|
|Opus 765||The “Meintzhagen” 1744 Carlo Bergonzi|
|Opus 755||The “Cathedrale” Stradivarius of 1707|
|Opus 754||The “Titian” Stradivarius of 1715|
|Opus 753||The great “Leduc” of Guarneri del Gesù|
|Opus 750||The “David” of Guarneri del Gesù|
|Opus 735||The great “Carrodus” of Guarneri del Gesù|
|Opus 730||1610 A & H Amati “Blanche Moyse” Tribute|
|Opus 726||Inspired by a 1790 violin of Lorenzo Storioni|
|Opus 704||Modeled after the “Medici” Stradivarius of 17--|
|Opus 687||After the “Kortschak” violin of Joseph Guarneri del Gesù|
|Opus 677||After the work of Petrus Guarnerius, Peter of Venice|
|Opus 667||The “Goldberg” of Guarneri del Gesù|
Douglas Cox welcomes inquiries into special orders for new models to meet the needs of individual players as well as requests for copies of great and interesting instruments.