Capital with Man Fighting Lion (A) and Riding Griffin (B)
Italy (Object made in)
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Madison, Wisconsin, Elvehjem Art Center (now Chazen Museum of Art), University of Wisconsin, 1970.
Moscow, State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, Decorative-Applied Art from Late Antiquity to the Late Gothic Style, 14 May – 14 July 1990, and the Hermitage Museum, Leningrad, 14 August – 14 October 1990, cat. 30.
R. Stora and Company, New York, by 1954 [according to Receipt X1190 in Registrar’s office]; sold to the Art Institute, 1954 [according to source cited above].
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