Possibly Marchesi Carron di San Tommaso (Castello Sommariva Perno, Piedmont, Italy), possibly to Vittorio Emanuele II.
- possibly by 1870
Possibly Vittorio Emanuele II, Italian, 1820 - 1878 (Castello Sommariva Perno, Piedmont, Italy), possibly given to Giovanni Antonio Luigi Cibrario, by 1870.
Possibly Count Giovanni Antonio Luigi Cibrario, 1802 - 1870 (Turin, Italy), by inheritance to his son, Ippolito Cibrario, 1870.
1870 - 1917
Count Ippolito Cibrario, died 1917 (Turin, Italy)
by 1924 - still in 1930
Private Collection (possibly Alessandro Contini-Bonacossi) (Rome, Italy)
by 1937 - 1955
Count Alessandro Contini-Bonacossi, Italian, 1878 - 1955 (Florence, Italy; Rome, Italy), by inheritance within the Contini-Boncossi family, 1955.
1955 - 1974
Contini-Bonacossi Family (Florence, Italy; Rome, Italy), sold through Stanley Moss (Riverdale-on-Hudson, New York) to the J. Paul Getty Museum, 1974.