1 October 2008
The Assumption and Coronation of the Virgin, from The Life of the Virgin (B. 94; M., Holl. 206; S.M.S. 184)
woodcut, 1510, a very good, early impression before the Latin text edition of 1511, watermark Bull's Head with Cross and Flower (M. 66), trimmed on or just inside the borderline, a small brown stain at the upper right, one or two smaller spots elsewhere, minor brown staining and a central drying crease supported with thin Japon on the reverse, otherwise in good condition, framed
S. 288 x 205 mm.
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