20 March 2013
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
Beggar seated on a Bank (B., Holl. 174; H. 11)
etching, 1630, without watermark, a good impression of this uncommon print, still printing with vertical wiping marks and irregular plate edges, trimmed to or on the platemark, a small repair in the blank area at upper right, a small paper break with associated tiny hole at lower left, a few small touches of wash at the plate edges and the monogram and date, some light-staining and a few small scattered foxmarks, some thin spots
S. , P. 116 x 70 mm.
Dr. C. D. Ginsburg (1831-1914), Palmer's Green, England; his sale, Sotheby's, London, 20-23 July 1915, part of lot 418 (£2-10-0 to Beer).
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Please note that the upper left corner is made-up.
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