A Stradivarius violin once owned by French violinist Rodolphe Kreutzer is displayed by Christie's auction house in Hong Kong on May 21, 2014. AFP PHOTO / Philippe Lopez
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A Stradivarius violin kept in a closet for the past 25 years could fetch as much as $10 million next month, Christie's auction house said Wednesday, in an auction preview in Hong Kong.The violin was unveiled at Hong Kong's convention centre as part of Christie's spring sales preview and will go under the hammer in June in New York as part of an auction entitled "An American Dynasty: The Clark Family Treasures".Christie's said the "Kreutzer" is expected to fetch between $7.5 million and $10 million. The record price for a Stradivarius violin is $16 million, achieved at auction in London in 2011 .
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