"Of bright steel, it is of great weight and intended for use in the tilt-yard, movable heavily roped gussets and two splints at base, with single tace-plate; the surface is enriched with bands of beautifully enrouted running ornament and the main panels etched with the crucifixion and a kneeling knight in the manner of Virgil Solis of Nuremberg.
Provenance: Purchased by William Randolph Hearst from Sotheby & Co., London, England, July 29, 1930 for $1,800.51; sold to Gimbel Bros., Inc., May 30, 1941 for $355."
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Long Island University, Brookville, NY, http://liu.edu Photograph, William Randolph Hearst Archive, S/B lot 550, art. #13, Album 9, p. 5