Presumably acquired by Alexander, Lord Lindsay, later 25th Earl of Crawford and 8th of Balcarres (1812-1880) and by descent to his son,
James, 26th Earl of Crawford and 9th of Balcarres (1847-1913), Haigh Hall, where recorded in his posthumous inventory of 1913 (information from the Earl of Crawford, K.T.), and by descent to
David, 27th Earl of Crawford and 10th of Balcarres; Christie's, London, 10 October 1946, lot 167, when a complete cassone was offered, the front panel described as 'a classical battle scene in the manner of the Master of the Cassone' (135 gns. to Staal).
Sir Thomas Merton, F.R.S. (1888-1969); (+) Christie's, London, 30 November 1979, lot 25, as the Master of the Anghiari Battle (£15,000).
THE PROPERTY OF A FAMILY
R. Scharf, A Catalogue of Pictures and Drawings from the Collection of Sir Thomas Merton, F.R.S., at Stubbings House, Maidenhead, 1950, no. IX, illustrated.