As said in another topic here, prices of vintage instruments of the Mandolin family made by the old Maestros like Giovanni Battista Maldura, Luigi Embergher, the Cerrones and Pasquale Pecoraro, will probably not be influenced by new made instruments by contemporary makers, but new ones will create the possibility for people who prefer the characteristics of Roman mandolin to obtain a healthy new made instrument with a direct linkage to the instruments made by the old Maestros mentioned above. Especially when the new instruments are of high quality this is a very welcome development.
Sofar only Takusari (see 1st photo) was producing Roman concert mandolins after Embergher' examples and although I am not 'up to date' with the price for a 5bis mandolin of his hand, I think it will be somewhat around 3500-4000 Euro. And that is also about what one has to pay for an excellent Lippy or Van den Broek. And for one of the Liuteria Romana, I think.
Sofar Hendrik van den Broek is only making 5bis mandolins.
And that Lorenzo Lippi is already making a great variety of models.
There are his Orchestra models from 1 till 3, with prices from 1.700 up to 3000 Euro. Soloist model No. 5, 5bis and 6, and the more artistic sculpted No.7 from 3250 to 6000 Euro. The same numbers are available for the Mandola and Mandoliola. The Mandoloncello can be had in the Model No. 1, 3, 5, and 5bis.
Photo: Takusari mandolin.