by 1705 - 1737
Louis-Alexandre de Bourbon, comte de Toulouse and duc de Penthièvre, French, 1678 - 1737 (at the Château de Rambouillet by 1718), by inheritance to his son, Louis-Jean-Marie de Bourbon.
1737 - 1793
Louis-Jean-Marie de Bourbon, duc de Penthièvre, French, 1725 - 1793, by inheritance to his daughter, Louise-Marie-Adélaïde de Bourbon.
1793 - 1821
Louise-Marie-Adélaïde de Bourbon, French, 1753 - 1821, by inheritance to her son, Louis-Philippe d'Orléans.
1821 - 1852
Louis-Philippe d'Orléans, king of France, 1773 - 1850 [sold, Catalogue des Tapisseries Anciennes...Tapis provenant de la succession du feu roi Louis-Phillippe, Domaine de Monceaux, Paris, January 28, 1852, lot 13, as one of two tapestries.]
by 1940 - by 1943
Baronne Miriam Caroline Alexandrine de Rothschild, French, 1884 - 1965 (2 Rue Leonardo da Vinci, Paris, France), looted by the Nazis.
Source: The tapestry is #132 in volume 2 of the Lists of Property Removed from France During the War (NARA M1949, RG 260, Roll 32); Einsatzstab Reichsleiter Rosenberg card for ERR number R 244 (NARA M1943 RG 260 Reel 17).
by 1943 - 1945
In the possession of the Nazis (stored at the German Embassy in Paris; transferred to the Jeu de Paume, Paris; sent to Kremsmünster, Austria to a holding location for artworks destined for the Führermuseum on May 20, 1943; sent to the salt mines at Altaussee, Austria), recovered by the Allied Forces, 1945.
Source: Einsatzstab Reichsleiter Rosenberg database for ERR number R 244; Database on the Linzmuseum, Deutsches Historisches Museum for Linz #1501; Records for artworks recovered from the Altaussee salt mines, Aussee #8813 (NARA M1926 RG 260 Reel 150).
1945 - 1948
In custody of the Allied Forces (the salt mines at Altaussee, Austria; transferred to the Munich Central Collecting Point on June 27, 1946), released to the French government, January 21, 1948.
Source: Munich Central Collecting Point card for Munich number 33905 (Database on Munich Central Collecting Point, Deutsches Historisches Museum); NARA M1946 RG 260 Reel 231; Bundesarchiv, B323/634 and B323/682.
French government, restituted to Baronne Miriam Caroline Alexandrine de Rothschild.
Source: Receipt F-84 from the French government, May 5, 1948, for French claim number 356 (NARA M1926 RG 260 Reel 45 and 155).
Baronne Miriam Caroline Alexandrine de Rothschild, French, 1884 - 1965, by inheritance to her nephew, Baron Edmond de Rothschild.
1965 - 1967
Baron Edmond Adolphe Maurice Jules Jacques de Rothschild, French, 1926 - 1997 [sold, Tableaux Anciens, Antiques - Haute Époque, Art d'Asie, Bel Ameublement du XVIIIe Siècle, Palais Galliera, Paris, March 7, 1967, lot 152, for 42,000 francs]
Galerie Achkar-Charrière (Paris, France)