4 December 2007
Saint Philip (B. 46; M., Holl. 48; S.M.S. 100)
engraving, 1523-26, a very good, clear and bright impression, probably Meder c, with the horizontal scratches above, printing with inky plate edges, without watermark, with thread margins, in excellent condition
P. 122 x 76 mm., S. 123 x 77 mm.
Unidentified pen and ink annotation K N 42x on the reverse. For a similar annotation see The Desperate Man (lot 109) and Saint Bartholomew (lot 123).
An unidentified collector's mark, three pen and ink dots verso.
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