Tischbein II, Johann Heinrich (Haina, Hesse, 1742 – Cassel 1808). A Dead Stag of Ten Points drawn from nature. Etching. Inscribed: JHT (ligated) 1788. 4⅞ × 10⅛ in (12.5 × 25.8 cm).
Sheet 16 of the 1827 Tischbein set of the “Fair Game” Nagler 44 – Lindner 11.2083.01; Schwerdt III, 173 – as a compilation mounted in points of throughout old till earlier impressions. – On laid paper. – Trimmed to the subject, but with enough white platefield. Minimally foxing.
Offer no. 14,891 / EUR 125. (c. US$ 144.) + shipping
– – – – The same in the copy of the legendary railroad king DR. STROUSBERG , Berlin. – On laid paper. – Below trimmed within the white platefield under cut-off of monogram/date below left. – Minimally foxing and – in the right white lowerfield – age-spotted resp.
Offer no. 14,900 / EUR 99. (c. US$ 114.) + shipping
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