Probably German, 11th century style
- Panel with Christ Triumphant
- Probably German, 11th century style
Grand Duchess Luise von Baden, Karlsruhe, transferred from the Grand Ducal Court Library to the Grand Ducal Art Gallery, 4 July 1850;
given by I.K.H. the Grand Duchess Luise von Baden to Grand Duke Frederick I, 16 June 1859;
transferred to the Residenzschloss Karlsruhe and integrated into the private collection of Grand Duke Frederick I, 1879;
Grand Duke Frederick I, Zähringer Museum, Neues Schloss, Baden-Baden, by 1883;
and thence by descent;
sold Sotheby's, Baden-Baden, Die Sammlung der Markgrafen und Grossherzöge von Baden, 5 October 1995, lot 256
Frommel, Inventarium über die in dem Atelier des Galleriedirectors Frommel befindliche Elfenbein Sammlung..., inv. Großh. Kunsthalle Carlsuhe, Karlsruhe, 1854-1858, no. 137;
K. Koelitz, Beschreibendes Inventar der Allerhöchsten Privatsammlung kunstgewerblicher Gegenstände..., inv. Zähringer Museum, Neues Schloss, Baden-Baden, 1883, no. 2490;
Richter, Inventar des Zähringer Museums..., inv. Zähringer Museum, Neues Schloss, Baden-Baden, 1919, no. 136;
M. H. Longurst, Victoria and Albert Museum. Catalogue of Carvings in Ivory, vol. ii, London, 1929, pp. 126-7
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