Purchased in England at the end of the 19th century. William Egmont Bieber, London, from at least the 1920s.(1) Wilhelm Ernst Schramm, Hamburg, to; Johann Gottfried Schramm (1894–1982), Hamburg,(2) by descent. Anonymous (sale, New York, Christie’s, 19 Apr. 2007, lot 64, sold to); [Adam Williams Fine Arts Ltd., New York, sold 2008 to]; LACMA.
(1) William Egmont Bieber may be identical to George William Egmont Bieber (b. 1840), whose "select and valuable
collection of English coins and medals, in gold, silver and copper" was sold at Sotheby's, London, 13 May 1889. George William Egmont Bieber, a London businessman, is listed in the electoral register in London until 1924.
(2) Johann Gottfried Schramm was an architect known as Gottfried Schramm, who was active in Hamburg from 1929-1931.
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