London, South Kensington
7 July 2011
Albrecht Dürer (1471-1528)
The Standard Bearer (B. 87; M., Holl. 92; S.M.S. 31)
engraving, circa 1502, with part of a Bull's Head watermark, a good Meder a impression, trimmed to or just inside the platemark in places, made-up paper losses at upper right and at left, mostly in the blank areas, a skilfully repaired tear at the lower right edge, some grey discolouration
P., S. 116 x 71 mm.
Initials HR in a circle (not in Lugt).
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Please note that the estimate for this lot is 1,000-1,500 GBP and not as stated in the catalogue.
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