1 October 2008
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
Clement de Jonghe, Printseller (B., Holl. 272; H. 251)
etching with drypoint and engraving, 1651, a late impression, probably Jean, with small margins, a 6 mm. tear at the upper left margin just reaching into the platemark; with a late impression of Faust (B., Holl. 270; H. 260) by the same hand; and another portrait etching in the manner of Rembrandt, all in generally good condition
P. 208 x 163 mm., S. 213 x 173 mm. (6)
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