Including: Three Heads of Women: one asleep (B. 368; New Holl. 161), 1637, second state (of three); Christ seated disputing with the Doctors (B. 64; New Holl. 281), 1654, with a partial, unidentified Coat-of-Arms watermark, the only state; The Virgin and Child with the Cat and the Snake (B. 63; New Holl. 278), 1654, third state (of four); Jews in the Synagogue (B. 126; New Holl. 242), 1648, fourth state (of nine); Self-Portrait in a flat Cap and embroidered Dress (B. 26; New Holl. 210), circa 1642, third, final state; Bust of a Man wearing a high Cap, three-quarters right: the Artist’s Father (B. 321; New Holl. 57), 1630, a later impression of the third state (of six); The Tribute Money (B. 68; New Holl. 138), circa 1634, second state (of four); Beggar with a wooden Leg (B. 179; New Holl. 49), circa 1630, third state (of four); and The Card Player (B. 136; New Holl. 193), 1641, second state (of five).