Any classical guitar gurus out there? looking for appraisal
I just started taking classical guitar lessons at my college this past week and so I had to get a classical guitar. Luckily, I didn't have to spend money on it because I know someone that owns a classical and doesn't play it. I asked them if I could borrow it(they only play acoustic steel string) and they said go ahead. Anyhow, we decided to try to look up this guitar on the internet to see if it is worth anything due to its mysterious past. This guitar was given to my relative around 12 years ago by his friend. That person found the guitar in their house after a tenant left it behind and since they don't play guitar, they gave it to their guitar playing friend(a.k.a. my relative). The luthier that made this guitar goes by the name of J. Castellucia. After looking up a year 2000 concert version classical guitar that is worth 3000 dollars, it piqued our interest to find out if the one we posess is worth anything significant. Like I said this guitar *has* to be more than 12 years old. I am not sure if it is made by Jean-Baptiste Castellucia, or his father, Jacques Castellucia, since the label is simply marked "J. Castellucia". The soundboard looks like its made of Spruce. The back and sides looks like they are brazillian rosewood. The label looks just like the following:
J. Castellucia Maitre Luthier PARIS F No 153(or 15-3, im not sure) Guitare Fait Main
The F and the number(153 or 15-3) are written in blue ink. I don't know if anyone here could help me out with this, but if you could even direct me to someone that might have an answer for me, that'd be great! Thanks for any replies in advance! If you need any more information, just let me know.