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Lot 3662: REMBRANDT, HARMENSZ VAN RIJN (Leiden 1606 -1669

Old Master Prints

Platinum House

by Koller Auctions

September 20, 2013

Zurich, Switzerland

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Description: REMBRANDT, HARMENSZ VAN RIJN (Leiden 1606 -1669 Amsterdam).The old man with the fur cap, 1640. Etching, overworked with dry point. On thick laid paper with watermark. (fragmented). 14.8 x 13.8 cm (Sheet size: 15.8 x 14.7 cm). White/Boon 265 II; Bartsch 265; Nowell-Usticke 265 II (of III, with vertical line to the side of the left cheek.). - Silvery impression with small margin around the fully visible plate edge. With scattered minor foxing. Small tear on the lower left margin as far as the plate edge. Verso remains of old mount and some old annotations in brown pen. Overall in very fine condition. - Provenance: collectors' stamps from the former Zurich Polytechnic, Lugt 2066a and Lugt 711b.

REMBRANDT, HARMENSZ VAN RIJN (Leiden 1606 -1669 Amsterdam). Der Greis mit gespaltener Pelzmütze, 1640. Radierung, mit der kalten Nadel überarbeitet. Auf festem Bütten mit Wz. (fragmentiert). 14,8 x 13,8 cm (Blattgrösse: 15,8 x 14,7 cm). White/Boon 265 II; Bartsch 265; Nowell-Usticke 265 II (von III, mit dem vertikalen Strich seitlich der linken Backe.). - Silbriger Druck mit kleinem Rand um die voll sichtbare Plattenkante. Einzelne winzige Stockfleckchen. Kleine Läsur am unteren linken Rand bis zur Plattenkante. Verso Reste alter Montierung und wenige alte Notationen mit brauner Feder. Insgesamt in sehr schöner Erhaltung. - Provenienz: Sammler- und Doublettenstempel des ehem. Polytechnikums Zürich, Lugt 2066a und Lugt 711b.

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