4 December 2007
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
The Card Player (B., Holl. 136; H. 190)
etching, 1641, first state (of two), a very good impression, trimmed on the platemark at the bottom, just inside the platemark elsewhere, very minor defects on the reverse sheet corners where previously mounted, otherwise in generally good condition
S. 91 x 82 mm.
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