6 December 2012
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
Man in a Coat and Fur Cap leaning against a Bank (B., Holl. 151; H. 14)
etching, circa 1630, watermark Double-headed Eagle with Crown and Pendant (Hinterding A.a.a. or b., dated 1629-34), a fine, clear and early impression of the first state (of three), printing with a subtle platetone and faint wiping marks, with margins, in very good condition
P. 112 x 78 mm., S. 118 x 84 mm.
Unidentified (apparently not in Lugt).
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