M. Marin [76.DA.9.1: sold, Tableaux, J.B.P. Le Brun, Paris, March 22, 1790, no. 712, for 3,100 livres]
Vincent Donjeux, French [76.DA.9.1: sold, Des objets précieux: trouvés après le décès du citoyen Vincent Donjeux, J.B.P. Le Brun, Paris, April 29 et seq., 1793, no. 554, for 3,200 livres]
1808 - 1852
Alexander Archibald Douglas, tenth duke of Hamilton and seventh duke of Brandon, Scottish, 1767 - 1852, 76.DA.9.1-2: purchased in Saint Petersburg as one of a pair at the cost of 6,000 rubles; by descent to his son, William Alexander Douglas, eleventh duke of Hamilton and eighth duke of Brandon.
Source: the pair of cabinets was displayed in the old state dining room from some point after 1813 and before 1825. Information courtesy of Dr. Godfrey Evans, Director of the Virtual Hamilton Palace Trust.
1852 - 1863
William Alexander Archibald Douglas, eleventh duke of Hamilton and eighth duke of Brandon, Scottish, 1811 - 1863, by inheritance to his son, William Alexander Louis Stephen Douglas-Hamilton, twelfth duke of Hamilton and ninth duke of Brandon.
1863 - 1882
William Alexander Louis Stephen Douglas-Hamilton, twelfth duke of Hamilton and ninth duke of Brandon, English, 1845 - 1895 [sold, Christie's, London, June 19, 1882, lot 185 or 186]
Christopher Beckett-Denison, English, 1825 - 1884 [76.DA.9.1: sold, Christie's, London, June 6, 1885, lot 817, to Maclean for 195 guineas]
Moss Harris & Sons, sold to Sita Devi, Maharani of Baroda
Source: Correspondence from Theodore Dell to J. Paul Getty, in the file of the J. Paul Getty Museum, Department of Sculpture and Decorative Arts.
Sita Devi, Maharani of Baroda, Indian, 1917 - 1989 [sold, Palais Galliera, Paris, November 29, 1973, lot 114 A]
Aveline & Co., sold to the J. Paul Getty Museum, 1976.