20 March 2013
Adam and Eve (B., M., Holl. 1; S.M.S. 39)
engraving, 1504, watermark Bull's Head (M. 62), a fine impression of the third, final state, printing sharply and with good contrasts, trimmed just inside the platemark on three sides but retaining a fillet of blank paper outside the borderline, with a thread margin below, generally in very good condition
S. 249 x 193 mm.
An indistinct collector's inscription in pencil verso.
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