20 - 21 September 2006
Cours Boieldieu, à Rouen (D. 47 II)
etching, 1884, on laid paper with an armorial watermark, one of only three or four lifetime impressions of the second (final) state, inscribed /f 2 - 2e etat and titled in pencil, with wide margins, pale light-staining, backboard staining, taped to the mount at the sheet edges on the reverse, otherwise in good condition, framed
P. 197 x 148 mm., S. 340 x 270 mm.
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