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Meyric R. Rogers and Oswald Goetz, Handbook to the Lucy Maud Buckingham Medieval Collection (Chicago, 1945), no. 3, pl. VI.
Art News, “New Life to the Middle Ages: Chicago’s Recent Purchases,” Art News 44, 1 (February 15-28, 1945), pp. 20-22 (ill.), 29.
Art Institute of Chicago, “The Year 1944,” Bulletin of the Art Institute of Chicago 39, 4 (April – May 1945), p. 3 (ill.).
Elisabeth Nau, “Staufer-Adler,” Jahrbuch der Staatlichen Kunstsammlungen in Baden-Württemberg 5 (1968), pp. 38-40, 52, fig. 54.
John Maxon, The Art Institute of Chicago (New York, 1970), p. 219 (ill.).
New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Year 1200: A Centennial Exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art (catalogue by Konrad Hoffmann), 12 February – 10 May 1970, no. 46.
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, no. 33.
Piero Tozzi, New York, by 1944 [according to Receipt #8095 in Registrar’s office]; sold to the Art Institute, 1944.
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