A cuirass of identical pattern is preserved in the Musée de l'Armée, Paris. See Christian Aries, Armes Blanches Militaires Français, Cuirass d'Officiers XVII-XVIII siècle, XIX I fascicule 1971, figs. 2 A-D.
This cited example is attributed to the ownership of either Maréchal de France Victor Marie Marquis de Coeuvres et Duc d'Estrées (1660-1737), or alternatively to his nephew, Louis César le Tellier, Chevalier de Louvois (to whom the d'Estrées title passed in 1739). Le Tellier was born in 1695 and spent the majority of his career in the cavalry, most notably commanding the Royal Roussillon Régiment, into which he was commissioned in 1718. Aries notes that the cuirass matches this date exactly but that it appears to have been made for an older officer.
A comparable breast-plate, also in the Musée de l'Armée, is again identical with the exception of minor variations in the linear engraving and the addition of belt mounts. This also retains a portion of the border fabric very similar to that of the present cuirass.