1 October 2008
The Monstrous Pig of Landser (B. 95; M., Holl. 82; S.M.S. 8)
engraving, circa 1496, a good, black impression, probably Meder e, trimmed slightly unevenly inside the platemark, just touching the subject at the top, several repaired tears and small made-up paper losses at the left sheet edge, a small plugged hole in the sow's flank, occasional thin spots on the reverse
S. 119 x 128 mm.
Rusu, blue stamp verso (not in Lugt)
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