In addition, the collection has a number of interesting study pieces, such as the youthful head of a male saint, French, fifteenth- or sixteenth? century (381/41), and two medallions that incorporate earlier ornamental fragments (398/58, 428/59). Also included are two seventeenth-century Swiss figural panels with an original core of glass augmented by stopgaps of the period: A scene of the Resurrection is combined with a donor and saints, and an inscription with the date 1628 (411/13); and Jacob’s Dream combined with an Annunciation (A 427 D), bought at Sotheby’s, New York, 25 November 1986, no. 178. There are three early seventeenth-century composite Swiss heraldic panels (414/74A, 436/74B, 452/75) and one from the later seventeenth century (392/52). Three composite heraldic medallions date from the late sixteenth and seventeenth centuries (A 335 B, 438/77, 342/88). There are also several eighteenth-century heraldic compositions (330/85, 334/86, 374/97, 382/99, and 676/169). The collection is continuing to grow, and at some time will warrant an addendum to the catalogue.
Collection: Private Collection (Hillsborough, California)