5 December 2006
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
A bearded Man in a Velvet Cap with a Jewel Clasp (B., Holl. 313; H. 150)
etching, 1637, a very good impression printing with a veil of tone and wiping marks, particularly towards the upper plate mark, with thread margins, a repair to the tip of the upper right sheet corner, with touches of grey wash, a repair to the tip of the upper left corner, otherwise in good condition
P. 95 x 82 mm., S. 97 x 85 mm.
D. G. de Arozarena (L. 109).
E. Th. Rodenacker (L. 2438).
Comte A. B. Lobanoff-Rostovsky (L. 2005).
With Colnaghi's, London, 1976.
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