1 October 2008
Johann Stabius as Saint Coloman (B. 106; S.M.S. 234; not in Meder)
woodcut, 1513, a good but somewhat later impression of this rare print, printing with strong relief, with an elaborate armorial watermark, with narrow margins, pale staining at the upper right, otherwise in good condition
B. 260 x 167 mm., S. 267 x 175 mm.
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