- Acquired by industrialist and politician Samuel Pomeroy Colt (1852-1921), founder of United States Rubber Company, later becoming Uniroyal (he is the nephew of Samuel Colt, 1814-1862, inventor of the revolver which bears his name)
- Installed at the entrance to his model farm, Colt Farm, in Bristol, RI, open to the public since its inception (on the entrance pillars is carved the inscription: Colt Farm, Private Property, Public Welcome); the park was ornated with many European sculptures of which certain are now at his Bristol residence, Linden Place
- date?, transported to Linden Place, Bristol
Monument of the Heart of Henry II, marble, commissioned in 1561 by the Queen Catherine de Médicis, Paris, Musée du Louvre, acc. no. MR 1591 A and B, see entry by Valérie Montalbetti: http://www.louvre.fr/en/oeuvre-notices/monument-heart-henry-ii.