- Hagop Kevorkian (1872-1962), New York, most likely acquired prior to World War II
- The Hagop Kevorkian Fund (Sotheby Parke Bernet, New York, November 22nd, 1974, no. 317, illus.)
- A.N. Oikonomides, Chicago
The head was recognised from archival photographs from the finds from excavations in the Roman Forum. The head appears to have been found in 1910. It was then placed in the archaeological store of Museo Forense. The head appears to have been removed from the museum by 1959.
- See also "Request for Return: A marble head of Alexander the Great as Helios, the Sun God", ARCA 24 July 2018.