1786 - 1792
French Crown, Garde-Meuble de la Couronne (the salles des jeux de la reine in the châteaux de Fontainebleau and de Compiègne), from a set of sixty-four ordered in two groups, at the cost of 720 livres per stool, by Jean Hauré in 1786, nationalized by the revolutionary government in 1792.
1792 - after 1806
French government, Convention Nationale, Garde-Meuble National (remained at Fontainebleau and Compiègne from 1792 to 1797; those at Compiègne used to furnish the palais du Luxembourg and the Tuileries in 1797, then sent to Fontainebleau; twelve used in the emperor's bedchamber at the Tuileries in 1806)
Michel (Paris, France)
Anna Thomson Dodge, American, born Scotland, 1871 - 1970 (Rose Terrace, Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan)
1970 - 1971
Estate of Anna Thomson Dodge, American, born Scotland, 1871 - 1970 [sold, The Highly Important Collection of French Furniture and Works of Art, Christie's, London, June 24, 1971, lot 69, through French and Company to the J. Paul Getty Museum.]
Source: French and Company invoice, June 28, 1971, in the files of the Sculpture and Decorative Arts department, J. Paul Getty Museum.