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The Collection of Madame Levaigneur, Paris (goddaughter and heir of Théodore Dablin 1783-1861); the sale of her estate, part I, Paris, Hôtel Drouot, 2-4 May 1912, lot 234 (3,520 Gold Francs to M. Paulme).
David David-Weill (1871-1952) Collection, Neuilly-sur-Seine, no. 717.
Sold by Wildenstein, Paris, to Sir Charles Clore (1905-1979), London; The Clore Collection of Portrait Miniatures, part I, sold Sotheby's, London, 17 March 1986, lot 80.
L. Gillet/C. Jeannerat/H. Clouzot, Miniatures and Enamels from the D. David-Weill Collection, Paris, 1957, p. 136, no. 70, illustrated p. 137.
N. Lemoine-Bouchard, Les Peintres en miniature actifs en France 1650-1850, Paris, 2008, p. 274.
London, Garrard's, An exhibition of important 18th & early 19th century miniatures and enamels at Garrard, 1961, no. 70.