18 - 19 September 2007
Lucas van Leyden
Young Man with a Skull (Holl. 174 I)
engraving, circa 1519, watermark Shield with Letter L (Holl. 1 b), a good impression of the first state (of two), trimmed to or just inside the borderline, small made up paper losses in the lower left and upper right corners, other, minor defects at the corners and sheet edges, some thin spots, the sheet thinly backed with Japan paper, the subject generally in good condition
P., S. 184 x 146 mm.
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