- possibly 1687
Possibly Constantijn Huygens, heer van Zuilichem, 1596 - 1687 (The Hague, The Netherlands; Hofwijck, Voorburg, The Netherlands), possibly by inheritance to his only daughter, Susanna Huygens-Doublet.
possibly 1687 - 1725
Susanna Huygens-Doublet, vrouwe van Sint-Annaland, 1637 - 1725 (Sint-Annaland, Tholen, The Netherlands), upon her death held in trust by the estate.
Estate of Susanna Huygens-Doublet, vrouwe van Sint-Annaland, 1637 - 1725 [sold, Vrouwe van Sint-Annaland sale, The Hague, November 6, 1725, lots 3-6, which included 83.PB.364.2.]
Ralph Bernal, 1783 - 1854 (London, England) [sold, Bernal sale, Christie's, London, March 10, 1855, lot 616 (with 83.PB.364.1), possibly to W. Lea.]
Possibly W. Lea, Esq.
1889 - before 1918
Henry Lee [unsold, Lee sale, Christie's, London, March 1, 1889, lot 40, and thereafter probably by inheritance to Frederick Lee.]
Frederick Lee [sold, British Red Cross Society sale, Christie's, London, April 20, 1918 lot 1911 (with 83.PB.364.1) to Thomas Agnew & Sons, Ltd., for 480 gns.]
Thomas Agnew & Sons, Ltd. (London, England), sold to Frank Partridge & Sons, Ltd., 1918 (Agnew stockbooks, nos. 5154-5155).
Frank Partridge & Sons, Ltd., English, founded 1902 (London, England)
Sir John Frecheville Ramsden, sixth Bart., 1877 - 1958 (Bulstrode Park, Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire, England) [sold, Ramsden sale, Christie's, London, May 27, 1932, lot 46, to Machonachie for 95 gns.]
Private Collection [sold, Christie's, London, March 30, 1979, lot 9, to John Hoogsteder, Ltd.]
1979 - 1983
Hoogsteder/Naumann, Ltd. (The Hague, The Netherlands; New York, New York), sold to the J. Paul Getty Museum, 1983.