29 March 2006
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
Samuel Manasseh Ben Israel (B., Holl. 269; H. 146)
etching, 1636, on laid paper with an Initials DM watermark, third (final) state, with narrow margins left and right, the sheet reduced approximately 15 mm. into the blank area at the top, and 3 mm. into the blank area at the bottom, occasional very pale staining and very minor defects on the reverse sheet corners where previously mounted
S. 128 x 108 mm.
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