29 June 2005
Property from the Collection of Mr and Mrs Sanford Weiss, Palm Beach
Die Carmagnole (Klipstein 49; Kn. 51)
etching, aquatint and drypoint, 1901, on pinkish imperial Japon, Knesebeck's state Vb (of IX), signed in pencil, counter-signed by the printer Felsing, from the edition of unknown size (Knesebeck records 13 proofs), with margins (unevenly trimmed), pale light- and mount staining, occasional pale foxing in the margins, old adhesive and associated staining in places at the edges, creasing at the lower left corner, hinges at the reverse of the upper sheet corners slightly showing through, pale staining on the reverse, otherwise in good condition, framed
P. 527 x 342 mm., S. 588 x 393 mm.
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