lower left in image: Paulus Bril inventor. Iu. Sadeler excudit; across bottom of plate: Ionas puppe codens, Ceto sorbente voratus, / In pelago non sensit aquas vitale sepulcrum / Ne moreretur habens tandemq. e ventre ferino / Venit ad ignotas tutus sine remige terras:; by later hand, upper right in ink: 54; by later hand, lower left in graphite: J.S.; by later hand, lower right in graphite: Justus 33; by later hand, lower right verso in graphite: 98/021
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