It is said that the great English collector Mr. James Goding named the violin the “Jupiter” around 1800. It was referred to as “De Chaponay”, “Imperator”, “Ex-Goding” during the 18th to 19th century. [...] In May 1998, Nippon Music Foundation acquired “Jupiter” from the Hayashibara Foundation through a luthier.
Nippon Music Foundation Instruments: Jupiter Stradivari
This instrument, along with two other Strads [262 and 2269] were purchased by George Withers in 1887 for 57,000 FF and re-sold immediately to the Duc de Camposelice for 65,000 FF.
Drei Instrumenten von Stradivarius, Paul de Wit, Zeitschrift für Instrumentenbau, Leipzig