Below: a Latin verse in 107 lines by Richardus Lubbaeus.
Bottom left: dedication in six lines to the States General and Prince Maurits by Hans Rem.
Mounted below the print: an anonymous and undocumented Dutch verse in 44 stanzas.
Watermark: Heawood 3195‐3198
The most important maritime print from the early Baroque, with a verse that has not been documented before. Only seven other copies are known of both states.
We can place our engraving between the first and the second state.
No other copies are known.