3 December 2013
Virgin nursing the Child (B. 36; M., Holl. 39; S.M.S. 86)
engraving, 1519, without watermark, a good Meder b impression, trimmed to or just inside the platemark, foxed
S. 116 x 74 mm.
P. Gervaise (died 1860), Paris (L. 1078); sold through Vignères, Paris, 26-28 November 1860, lot 129 (15 francs).
The Cooper Union Museum, New York (L. 457d & 645b).
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