8 December 2009
The Harrowing of Hell, from: The Engraved Passion (B., M., Holl. 16; S.M.S. 58)
engraving, 1512, without watermark, a very good Meder c impression, printing very clearly and with good contrasts, with narrow margins, touches of graphite along the platemark, laid onto the backboard at the upper corners, generally in very good condition, framed
P. 115 x 74 mm., S. 118 x 77 mm.
With C. G. Boerner, Düsseldorf (according to a label on the backboard).
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