The Standard Bearer, turned to left
engraving, 1587, on laid paper, apparently without watermark, a fine impression, laid down onto an 18th century album sheet; together with The Standard Bearer, turned to right, by the same hand, engraving, 1585, on laid paper, watermark Crest of Basel in Escutcheon (similar to Briquet 1341), a fine impression of the second, final state; and A Standard-Bearer turned to Left, by the same hand, engraving, circa 1580-84, on laid paper, proprietary watermark with Small Shield and Crown, a good impression of the only state
Sheet 287 x 191, Album Sheet 428 x 271 mm. (NH 288)
Sheet 214 x 153 mm. (NH 285)
Sheet 242 x 120 mm., Support Sheet 266 x 145 mm. (NH 284)
Unidentified, blindstamp ABEL on the album sheet (not in Lugt). (NH 288 only)

Baron Hans Albrecht von Derschau (1755-1824), Königsberg & Nuremberg (Lugt 2510); probably his posthumous sale, Schmidmer, Nuremberg, 1 August 1825 (and following days).
Kupferstichsammlung der Königlichen Museen, Berlin (Lugt 1606); with their de-accession stamps verso (Lugt 2922 & 4857); sold before 1921. (NH 284 only)
Bartsch 125, 217, 218; Hollstein 251, 252, 255; Strauss 161, 215, 253; New Hollstein 284, 285, 288
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