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Signature: AG [monogram of the artist: A over G]Inscription: at bottom: ANNO M D XXXVII / IMAGO HINRICI ALDEGREVERS SVZATIEN / AB IPSO AVTORE AD VIVAM EFFIGIE DELINIATA / ANNO ETATIS SVE XXXV;
at left center: AGMarking: on verso, at top right: collector's mark of John Barnard [Lugt 1419];
on verso, at center: collector's mark of Thomas Dodd [Lugt 680];
on verso, at bottom left: collector's mark of Junius Spencer Morgan [Lugt 1536];
on verso at bottom left center: collector's mark of Julian Marshall [Lugt 1494];
on verso at bottom left center: collector's mark of Ambroise Firmin-Didot [Lugt 119]
John Barnard (London, died 1784); Thomas Dodd (British, 1771–1850); Ambroise Firmin-Didot (French, 1790–1876); Julian Marshall (British, 1836–1903); Junius Spencer Morgan ; Donor: Felix Moritz Warburg , and his family
Bartsch VIII.419.189; New Hollstein 165.189; Hollstein I.87.189
"The Print in the North: The Age of Albrecht Durer and Lucas van Leyden". LIV (Spring, 4), New York, 1997, p. 53.
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