Drey Gallery (Munich), sold to August Lederer.
1918 - 1936
August Lederer, 1857 - 1936 (Vienna, Austria), by inheritance to his widow, Serena Lederer.
1936 - until at least November 26, 1938
Serena Lederer, 1867 - 1943 (Bartensteingasse 8, Vienna I, Austria), confiscated by the Gestapo (at the direction of the Zentralstelle für Denkmalscuhtz), per the order of the Wiener Magistrat, Magistratsabteilung 2, dated November 26, 1938.
after November 26, 1938 - 1945
In the possession of the Nazis, valued at 200 Reichsmarks and, by autumn 1939, stored at Zentraldepot at Neue Burg, Vienna, moved to Wollzeile (Vienna I, Austria), then moved on January 29, 1944, to Thürntal Palace, Fels am Wagram (Lower Austria), a location under the control of the Allied Russian troops as of May 8, 1945; released to the Republic of Austria.
Source: Index card of the Nazi administration/Zentralstelle für Denkmalschutz, SL/Sammlung Lederer/collection Lederer number 9: "Atlas, Bleilegierung. Italien."
by June 14, 1946 - June 22, 1948
Austrian government, returned to Wollzeile 1 (Vienna I, Austria) by June 14, 1946 and restituted to the son of Serena Lederer, Erich Lederer, on June 22, 1948.
June 22, 1948 - 1985
Erich Lederer, 1896 - 1985 (Geneva, Switzerland), by inheritance to his widow, Elisabeth Lederer.
Mrs. Elisabeth Lederer (Geneva, Switzerland), sold to the J. Paul Getty Museum.