J. Smith, A Catalogue Raisonné, etc., IV, London, 1833, p. 120, under no. 8, as 'Gerard Terburg'.
W. Roberts, Memorials of Christie's: A record of art sales from 1766 to 1896, I, London, 1897, p. 294, as 'G. Terburg, The Glass of Lemonade, two ladies and a gentleman in a handsome apartment'.
C. Hofstede de Groot, Beschreibendes und kritisches Verzeichnis der Werke der hervorragendsten holländischen Maler des XVII. Jahrhunderts, nach dem Muster von John Smith's Catalogue Raisonné, V, Esslingen, 1912, p. 37, no. 37.2, as a treatment of the same subject as the picture in the Hermitage, St. Petersburg.
C. Hofstede de Groot, A Catalogue Raisonné, etc., V, London, 1913, p. 36, no. 87.3, as a treatment of the same subject.
A. Graves, A Century of Loan Exhibitions, 1813-1913, London, III, 1914, p. 1302 (two entries), as 'Terborch, Gerard'; and V, 1915, p. 2501.
S.J. Gudlaugsson, Gerard Ter Borch, 1617-1681, II, The Hague, 1960, p. 189, no. 192b, as 'Kopie, nach dem ursprünglich Zustand'.
W.A. Liedtke, 'Dutch and Flemish Paintings from the Hermitage: Some notes to an exhibition catalogue with special attention to Rembrandt, Van Dyck and Jordaens', Oud Holland, CIII, 1989, p. 155, no. 4, as possibly by Eglon van der Neer.
M. Stevenson, Art & Aspirations. The Randlords of South Africa and their collections, Vlaeberg, 2002, p. 52, fig. 16, as 'Attributed to Gerard Ter Borch'.
A. Wallert and G. Tauber, 'Over herhalingen in de schilderkunst: het probleem van reproductie', Bulletin van het Rijksmuseum, LII, 2004, pp. 316-7 and 319-20, fig. 1, as 'een eigenhandige repliek' by Ter Borch.
A. Wallert, 'Ter Borch's Materials and Methods of Painting: The Glass of Lemonade', Zeitschrift für Kunsttechnologie und Konservierung, 2004, pp. 379-90, figs. 1 and 3-6, as a 'beautiful work' by Ter Borch.
B. Cornelis, 'Gerard ter Borch', The Burlington Magazine, CXLVII, 2005, p. 357, fig. 70, illustrated, as 'attributed to Gerard ter Borch, a very good, exact replica', 'too good to be...a replica [by van der Neer or Musscher]' but bearing 'all the hallmarkes of Ter Borch himself'.
E. Schavemaker, One Hundred Master Paintings, Zwolle, 2005, pp. 42-7, no. 10, as 'Ter Borch'.
London, Royal Academy of Arts, Winter Exhibition, 5 January-13 March 1880, no. 77, as 'Gerard Terburg' (lent by Antony Gibbs).
London, Corporation of London Art Gallery, Loan Collection of Pictures, 1894, no. 56, as 'Gerard Terburg' (lent by Antony Gibbs).
London, Royal Academy of Arts, The Robinson Collection, 2 July-14 September 1958, no. 2, as 'Gerard ter Borch', 'its quality suggests an original' (catalogue by E.K. Waterhouse).
Cape Town, National Gallery of South Africa, The Joseph Robinson Collection, Lent by the Princess Labia, 1959, no. 61, as 'Gerard ter Borch', 'its quality suggests an original' (catalogue by E.K. Waterhouse).
Zurich, Kunsthaus, Sammlung Sir Joseph Robinson, 1840-1929, 17 August-16 September 1962, no. 41, as 'Gerard ter Borch'.
Washington, National Gallery of Art; and Detroit, The Detroit Institute of Arts, Gerard ter Borch, 7 November 2004-22 May 2005, no. 40, as 'attributed to Gerard ter Borch', when noted by A.K. Wheelock, Jr. as a version of 'extremely high quality' (in the catalogue).