5 December 2006
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
An old Man with Beard, Fur Cap, and Velvet Coat (B., Holl. 262; H. 92)
etching, circa 1632, second state (of three), a very good impression, with touches of burr on the hand and to the right of the sitter's left eye, trimmed on the platemark, with a pen and ink borderline all around, three small thin patches verso, otherwise in good condition
S. 149 x 129 mm.
Robelot ? (L. 2141).
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