A sketch to the painting "Meeting of Friedrich II and Joseph II at Neisse" before WW2 in Schlesischen Museum der bildenden Künste in Breslau, today in Nationalgalerie in Berlin.
After Menzel's death in 1905 the drawing as a part of his inheritance was taken to the Nationalgalerie in Berlin. The drawing was probably given in 1928 by the Nationalgalerie to Leo Lewin in exchage for drawings of Max Slevogt. In 1932 it was purchased in an auction (Rudolph Lepke in Berlin) by a private collector from Baden-Württemberg. Sale Dr. Moeller & Cie., Munich, 2007.
- Magda Palica