1769 - after 1785
French Crown, Garde-Meuble de la Couronne (delivered to the chambre à coucher of Louise of France at Versailles in 1769; chambre à coucher of Victoire of France by 1776; in the apartment of Emmanuel-Felicité, duc de Duras and maréchal de France, at Fontainebleau by 1785), probably sold or nationalized during the French Revolution.
Baron Lionel (Nathan) de Rothschild, 1808 - 1879 (Gunnersbury Park, Middlesex, England), by descent to his son, Leopold de Rothschild.
1879 - 1917
Leopold de Rothschild, 1845 - 1917 (Hamilton Place, London, England), by descent to his son, Lionel (Nathan) de Rothschild.
1917 - 1942
Lionel (Nathan) de Rothschild, 1882 - 1942 (Exbury House, Hampshire, England), by descent to his son, Edmund (Leopold) de Rothschild.
1942 - 1947
Edmund (Leopold) de Rothschild, English, 1916 - 2009 (Inchmery House, Exbury, Hampshire, England), sold in 1947 to Lady Edith and Sir Alfred Chester Beatty.
1947 - 1952
1952 - 1955
Sir Alfred Chester Beatty, American, 1875 - 1968 (London, England), sold to the J. Paul Getty Museum, 1955.