2 December 2008,
London, King Street
Price realised GBP 13,750
Estimate GBP 8,000 - GBP 12,000
Saint Eustace (B. 57; M., Holl. 60; S.M.S. 32)
engraving, circa 1501, with a fragment of a watermark, most probably Walking Bear (similar to Meder 87), a clear and even impression, possibly Meder e, printing with wiping marks in the sky and elsewhere, trimmed to or fractionally into the subject, a small, skilfully repaired and backed area with a few associated touches of pen and ink at lower right, with several horizontal central creases and soft overall creasing
S. 351 x 256 mm.
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