Bartsch 126; Hind 234; Nowell-Usticke 304 v/VII. Signed and dated in the plate above the shoulder of the second man from the left (obscured by diagonal shading): “Rembrandt f. / 1648”. With collector’s marks verso of K.F. Nagler (Lugt 2529), and the Berlin Print Room (Lugt 1606 and Lugt 2398). Printed on laid paper. A fine, crisp and clear impression in fine condition, with 1/8 inch margins on all sides. With very minimal hinge and adhesive residue verso.