5 July 2016
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
Jan Uytenbogaert, 'The Gold Weigher'
etching and drypoint, 1639, on 18th century laid paper, with an indistinct Letters watermark, a good but later impression of New Hollstein's second state (of three), before Captain Baillie's rework, with narrow margins, very pale scattered foxing mainly visible in the blank border below, otherwise in good condition
Plate 253 x 205 mm., Sheet 257 x 210 mm.
With Colnaghi, London.
Acquired from the above, 28 February 1962 (£60).
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