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The Goldsmith by Rembrandt, Rare Etching

Juniper Books, LLC

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The Goldsmith by Rembrandt, Rare Etching
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The Goldsmith by Rembrandt, Rare Etching
The Goldsmith by Rembrandt, Rare Etching

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Product Information

Era:

Antique; 17th century

Condition:

Excellent

Country of Origin:

Netherlands

Materials:

ink on paper/giltwood frame

Size:

13" L x 11.5" W

Color/Finish:

black/white/gold

Why We Love This

Originally printed in 1655, this is a rare early-1700s reprint of The Goldsmith, an etching by Rembrandt van Rijn. Catalog number B. 123. On woven paper. Image, 3"H x 2.125”W. Image is a goldsmith crafting a sculpture of a mother holding her children. Appraised in 2011 for $12,550. A copy of the appraisal will be sent with the artwork.
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Why We Love This

Originally printed in 1655, this is a rare early-1700s reprint of The Goldsmith, an etching by Rembrandt van Rijn. Catalog number B. 123. On woven paper. Image, 3"H x 2.125”W. Image is a goldsmith crafting a sculpture of a mother holding her children. Appraised in 2011 for $12,550. A copy of the appraisal will be sent with the artwork.

About Juniper Books, LLC

Thatcher started selling books online in 2001 and expected it to be just a part time, short term hobby. However, over the years, Juniper Books has evolved into something the world has never seen before – a business dedicated to personalizing, customizing and generally reinventing the concept of the printed book and “the library.” Juniper Books has carved out a niche at the intersection of books and design by delivering a high level of service, attention to detail and creativity.