London, South Kensington
29 September 2010
This lot is offered without a reserve
Karl W.Hiersemann (late 19th century), after Hans Burgkmair
The Triumph of Maximilian
lithographs printed in colour and finished by hand
S. 15¾ x 10¾in. (40 x 27.3cm.) (12)
Shapiro Gallery, London.
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