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How does the auction house define the word Good, Very Good, Fine, Very Fine, Superb, Rare, Interesting, Important, and so on?

For instance, what qualifies this violin as a "Superb violin by P Guarneri", rather than a "Very Fine Violin by P Guarneri"?

http://www.bromptons.co/auction/catalogue/23rd-march-2014/176A-a-superb-violin-by-pietro-guarneri-venice-1740.html

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