1 October 2008
Arminius Hasemann (1888-1979)
Don Quijote von der Mancha - Ritter der traurigen Gestalt, B. Behrs Verlag Friedrich Feddersen, Berlin Leipzig, 1922 (Hoh 1322-1341)
the complete set of twenty woodcuts, with title, table of contents and justification, copy number 46, from the edition of 110 (including ten hors commerce copies), printed by the artist, on tissue-thin Japan, all signed in pencil, dated 1922, the full sheets, with deckle edges, all laid down at the top sheet corners into the original thin card mounts, with associated rippling at the upper sheet edges, some sheets with occassional foxmarks in the margins, the subjects in very good condition, within a linen-covered folder, with the title on the front, in very good condition(portfolio)
465 x 370 mm. (overall)
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