London, South Kensington
16 September 2009
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn (1606-1669)
The Cavalry Fight (Bartsch, Hollstein 117; Hind 100)
etching, circa 1632, with a fragment of a Fool's Cap watermark (probably Hinterding K-e-a), a good impression of the second, final state, with thread margins on three sides, trimmed on or just inside the platemark above, the upper left corner slightly skinned, a soft crease at the lower right corner, otherwise in good condition, framed
P. 106 x 78 mm., S. 107 x 79 mm.
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