A. R. PENCK | BERLIN SUITE
A. R. PENCK
The complete set, comprising ten aquatints printed in colours, 1990, each signed in pencil and numbered 10/60, with the title page and justification, on wove paper, loose (as issued), contained in the original red fabric-covered portfolio box with embossed title
each sheet: 769 by 1065mm., 30¼ by 41⅞in.
overall: 790 by 1090 by 28mm., 31⅛ by 42⅞ by 1⅛in.
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With full margins, in good condition, most with the lower sheet edge curling up slightly and a tiny pressure mark at lower left corner, a few with very inconspicuous creases or tiny fox marks in the margins (visible only on close inspection), one with the lower right corner slightly creased, the portfolio box with slight wear.
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