18 - 19 September 2007
Knight, Death and Devil (B. 98; M., Holl. 74; S.M.S. 69)
engraving, 1513, a very fine early Meder a impression displaying great clarity of detail, with the scratches through the trees upper left printing clearly, without watermark as is usual in early impressions, trimmed on the platemark, a small brown stain on the horse's neck and a pale foxmark on the muzzle, the tip of the lower right corner with several short, skilfully repaired tears (backed), the upper left corner with a repaired tear and the tip made up, otherwise generally in good condition
S. 243 x 186 mm.
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