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Jan Uytenbogaert, 'The Goldweigher'. Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn (Dutch, 1606-1669). Etching, drypoint, wiped, surface tone, black carbon ink, on laid paper, height, plate, 251 mm, width, plate, 204 mm; height, sheet, 253 mm, width, sheet, 208 mm, 1639. Production Note: II/II. The face and hands were wiped clean before printing to suggest that this is an impression from the first state. Offset from same plate on verso. Notes(s): The sitter was Receiver-General, and assisted Rembrandt in gaining payment for paintings he executed for Frederick Henry. He was a cousin of the preacher of the same name, also portrayed by the artist - see AD.12.39-184 and 23.K.5-367. Alternative Number(s): Hollstein (Dutch/Flemish); B281 II/II; 1969. Biörklund/Barnard; BB39-D II/II; 1955. Lugt; 219. Lugt; 932. Lugt; 1419.