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Inscribed, in plate, lower right: Dürer's monogram (in brown ink) and date 1564; in image, upper left, in graphite: "AE 15"; inscribed, verso, in graphite: "Wierix's copy of Dürer's 'Knight of Death'. Engraved by Wierix at the age of 15."
Image/sheet: 24.5 × 18.7 cm (9 11/16 × 7 3/8 in.)
Elizabeth Hammond Stickney Collection
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