28 March 2007
Lucas van Leyden
Samson and Dalilah (Bartsch, Holl. 25)
engraving, 1508, on laid paper with a Pascal Lamb watermark, a good impression of the second, final state, trimmed to the platemark, occasional pinpoint foxing, two small made-up areas at the lower sheet edge (30 mm. and shorter), otherwise in good condition
P., S. 285 x 205 mm.
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