29 March 2006
Knight, Death and the Devil (B. 98; M., Holl. 74)
engraving, 1513, a very good, clear impression, probably Meder b, trimmed on or just outside the platemark, three horizontal creases, visible mainly on the reverse, with associated, small and skilfully repaired paper losses and short tears, some small touched-in areas, occasional thin spots, some pale foxmarks in the upper half of the subject, other minor defects, framed
P., S. 246 x 189 mm.
J. von Trentinaglia, 1858 (L. 2403)
S. Barden (L. 218 and 2756)
With Colnaghi's, London, 1971.
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