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Joseph Duveen (dealer); sold to J. H. Willicombe, 1924; by gift to the secretary of William Randolph Hearst; by inheritence to Mrs. Edgar Bissantz, Carmel, California
Charles Avery and Katherine Watson, “Medici and Stuart: a Granducal Gift of ‘Giovanni Bologna,’ Bronzes for Henry, Prince of Wales (1612).” Burlington Magazine, Vol CXV, no. 845 (August 1973), pp. 493-507. Cf. also Bertrand Jestaz “La Statuette de la Fortune de Jean Blologne,” La Revue du Louvre XXVIII, 1, 1978, pp. 48-52; The Stanford Museum Centennial Handbook (Stanford, 1991), p. 67, repr.
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