Carlo Bonte, Belgium, sells on 21 March 2017 an "Unsigned, 17th century" Veronica drying the face of Christ, estimated at 500 to 800 Euro.
This clearly Flemish High Baroque painting has a great composition and some very good elements, but other parts are a bit unfinished, so it seemed probable that it was a copy of a better work. Still, it looks to be done by a fairly accomplished artist.
Some searching lead me to Rubens (who else), but as it is not one of his best known works (and at the price an interesting copy), I list it here anyway.
As a bonus, I tried my hand at something I rarely do, analyzing composition. This was prompted by noticing he only real difference between the work for sale and the engraving, in the trees at the top. With this change
the copyist loses the "S"-line which goes from the middle of the top to
the left, middle, bottom right, and again to bottom middle via the
UPDATE: sold for 20,000 Euro instead! I really am way too conservative with these...