Sir Thomas More (1478-1525)

Note that the work cited forms only a possible match with the seventeenth-century record.

Recorded twice in the Van der Doort inventory, in the Cabinet Room (WS 85 no.48) and later in conservation (WS 191, no 4).

Forcibly given by Fanshwe's widow through Lord Arundel; miniature copy of Holbein's portrait of Thomas More in the Frick, New York.

Sale Inventory c.1649-51

Sir Thomas More

Walpole Society reference (1972): 
WS 256, №5
Sold to: 
R [reserved]; G Greene
Sale date: 
Appears in Charles II c1666: 
Whitehall, no 447
Identification certainty: