Van Ham, from Germany, sells on 19 May 2017 a "Southern Germany, ca. 1500" Christ and the Apostles, estimated at 10,000 to 15,000 Euro.
It is a predella (the rectangular bit beneath a triptych or polyptych, a relatively rare element either because many have been lost or because many polyptychs didn't have one to start with). This specific type seems to be typical for the region and period, just like at other times you can find realistic depictions of the dead Christ there.
It would be wonderful to find the triptych to which this work belonged, or to be able to put a name to the artist. Still, it is an interesting example of a shortlived type of work of which only a few examples have survived.
UPDATE: sold for 10,000 Euro.