28 March 2007
Polnische Familie (K. 114 II c)
lithograph, 1920/21, on wove, monogrammed in pencil, from the edition of one hundred unnumbered impressions published by Die Schaffenden, with the blindstamp, with margins, some pale mount staining, a hard crease across the upper left sheet corner, some other minor creases, generally in good condition, framed
L. 260 x 190 mm., S. 410 x 310 mm.
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