28 March 2007
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
The Virgin and Child with the Cat and Snake (B., Holl. 63; H. 275)
etching, 1654, a very good impression of the first state (of two), with the vertical polishing scratches in the foreground printing strongly, on laid paper with a Foolscap watermark, with narrow margins, minor soft creasing, some minor surface disturbance at the sheet corners on the reverse where previously mounted, the tips of the corners trimmed, in very good condition
P. 95 x 143 mm., S. 98 x 146 mm.
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