by 1772 - 1777
possibly François Balthazar Dangé du Fay, French, 1696 - 1777 (Hôtel de Villemaré, Place Louis le Grand (now Place Vendôme), Paris, France), sold to his nephew and heir, Louis Balthazar Dangé de Bagneux, 1777.
Source: Recorded in the inventory after the death of his wife Anne (née Jarry), dated March 27, 1772 (Arch. Nat. MC/ET/LXXXVII/1138), and also in the inventory after his own death, dated March 6, 1777 (A.N. M.C. ET/LXXXVII/1165, inventory item no. 125).
1777 - 1794
possibly Louis Balthazar Dangé de Bagneux, French, 1738 - 1794, by inheritance to his wife, Anne-Marie Sanson, 1794.
Source: A secrétaire en tombeaux à deux faces is recorded in the inventory taken at his death, dated 19 frimaire an IV (December 10, 1795) (Paris, Archives nationales de France, Minutier central, LXXXVII, 1276, inventory item no. 108).
1794 - 1796
possibly Anne Marie Sanson, French, died 1796, by inheritence to her daughter, Marie Emilie Françoise Dangé de Bagneaux Creuzé, 1796.
Source: Recorded in the inventory after her death, dated 6 ventôse an IV (February 25, 1796) (A.N. M.C. ET/LXXXVII/1277, verso of page with inventory items adding to 14191 livres).
possibly Marie Emilie Françoise Dangé de Bagneaux Creuzé, French (Rue Saint-Honoré, Paris, France)
Source: Recorded as the only heir in the inventory after the death of her mother, Anne Marie Sanson, dated 6 ventôse an IV (February 25, 1796) (A.N. M.C. ET/LXXXVII/1277, p. 1)
early 19th century -
possibly Dukes of Argyll, Scottish (Inveraray Castle, Argyll, Scotland)
Ian Douglas Campbell, eleventh duke of Argyll, Scottish, 1903 - 1973 (Inveraray Castle, Argyll, Scotland), sold to Sir Robert Henry Edward Abdy, 1951.
Sir Robert Henry Edward Abdy, fifth baronet, English, 1896 - 1976 (London, England), sold to Rosenberg & Stiebel, Inc.
Rosenberg & Stiebel, Inc. (New York, New York), sold to J. Paul Getty, 1953.
1953 - 1970
J. Paul Getty, American, 1892 - 1976, donated to the J. Paul Getty Museum, 1970.