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Sir Julius Wernher, 1st Bt. (1850-1912), Bath House, London, by whom bequeathed, with a life interest to his widow, Alice, Lady Wernher, subsequently Lady Ludlow (1862-1945), to their son
Sir Harold Wernher, 3rd Bt., G.C.V.O. (1893-1973), Bath House, London, and from 1948, Luton Hoo, Bedfordshire, and by descent.
Burlington Fine Arts Club, Exhibition of Early German Art, London, 1906, case A, no. 1, where it is stated that the base was applied with a third animal, a dog, which is now missing.
1913 Bath House Inventory, p. 134, no. 665, in the safe, describing the animals at the base as 'two hounds and a pig [crossed out and amended to boar]'.
1914 Wernher Inventory, p. 90, no. 447, describing the animals at the base as 'two hounds and a boar'.
London, Burlington Fine Arts Club, Exhibition of Early German Art, 1906.