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Gustave Dreyfus [1837-1914], Paris; his heirs; purchased with the entire Dreyfus collection 9 July 1930 by (Duveen Brothers, Inc., London, New York, and Paris); sold 31 January 1944 to the Samuel H. Kress Foundation, New York;[1] gift 1957 to NGA.


Armand, Alfred. Les Médailleurs Italiens Des Quinzième et Seizième Siècles. 3 vols. Paris, 1883-1887: 2:90, no. 3, 293, no. 3; 3:190, b.
Heiss, Niccolò Spinelli 1885: 43, no. 7.
Rodocanachi, E. La femme italienne à l'époque de la Renaissance; sa vie privée et mondaine, son influence social. Paris, 1907: pl. facing 220.
Migeon, Gaston. "La collection de M. Gustave Dreyfus, V: Les plaquettes." Les Arts 80 (August 1908): 13, no. iii.
Hill, George Francis. A Corpus of Italian Medals of the Renaissance before Cellini. 2 vols. London, 1930: no. 231 c.
Hill, George Francis. The Gustave Dreyfus Collection: Renaissance Medals. Oxford, 1931: no. 78.
National Gallery of Art. Renaissance Bronzes: Statuettes, Reliefs and Plaquettes, Medals and Coins from the Kress Collection. Introduction by Perry B. Cott. Washington, 1951: 165.
Hill, George Francis, and Graham Pollard. Renaissance Medals from the Samuel H. Kress Collection at the National Gallery of Art. London, 1967: no. 78.
Wilson, Carolyn C. Renaissance Small Bronze Sculpture and Associated Decorative Arts at the National Gallery of Art. Washington, 1983: 49, no. 6.
Norris, Andrea S. "Gian Cristoforo Romano: The Courtier as Medalist." Studies in the History of Art 21 (1987):139, repro.
Pollard, John Graham. Renaissance Medals. The Collections of the National Gallery of Art Systematic Catalogue. 2 vols. Washington, 2007: 1:no. 120, repro.

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