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Variant Milan, Brera, Ertz #153--in bad condition.
Another copy in Aschaffenburg; Ertz calls this one Jan the Younger.
Very weak copy sold Sotheby's London 16.ii.72 #103.
An even worse version in Sheffield, Graves Art Gallery
Another almost phenomenally bad--but interesting--variant with a market stall in foreground in Utrecht, Centraal Museum, 1952 cat. #1047 (copper, 19.4 x 27.1).
Another bizarrely bad one w/ Gal. Stein, Paris, before 1946 (copper, 23 x 34).
A similarly weak variant sold Rotterdam (Notarishuis 29.x.69 #9) copper, 11 x 19
A much later poor variant sold London (Christies 18.v.90 #102), 39.5 x 53.5
fairly close copy sold New York (Christie's 15.i.86 #157), copper, 22.9 x 34
There are even more in the voorordening at the RKD. Some of these are pastiches using bits from different paintings (like 197 too). Some are really,really bad.
A suggested conclusion from the oddly large number of very low-quality variants: could the original have been purchased by a dealer for replication by paid hacks outside of Jan's studio?
Poor copy sold Christie's London, November 1, 1991, #132 (copper laid down on panel, 25.2 x 35.2 cm)