Looted Dürer is found in flea market

Amazing grace:

A long lost copper engraving by German artist Albrecht Dürer (1471-1528) has found its way back to the southern German Staatsgalerie Stuttgart. The graphic work dating from 1520 was thought to have been lost during the Second World War and had been registered in the specialized “Lost Art“ database.

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  • It is not uncommon to discover valuable works of art and documents in flea markets or even dumpsters. But has any Stradivarius or equivalent found in such a manner?

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