G. Stern, London, UK (?) 
Mrs. E. Aubrey, London, UK 
1964/12/18 – 1969/01/15
Heim Gallery Ltd. (François Heim and Andrew Ciechanowieki), London, UK, purchased from Ms. Aubrey 
National Gallery of Canada, purchased from the Heim Gallery 
 In the files of the National Portrait Gallery, London, G. Stern of 15a Grafton Street, Westminster, London, is listed as former owner of the work [letter from NGC research curator Myron Laskin Jr. to scholar John Kenworthy-Browne, August 12, 1976].
 In a letter to Myron Laskin Jr., dated July 15, 1969, Andrew Ciechanowiecki notes that he acquired the bust from “Mrs. E. Aubrey, the widow of a London solicitor, who himself had bought it many years ago” [NGC curatorial file]. The Heim Gallery's stock books note her name as the source and Dec.18, 1964 as the date of purchase [Heim Gallery records, stock book Oct.1, 1968–Sept.30, 1969, Getty Research Institute, ID no. 910004-202].
 The National Gallery purchased the bust from the Heim Gallery on Jan.15, 1969 as The Earl of Mansfield [Accession log, NGC curatorial file].
 See note .