See Dieter Hoffmeister, 'Meissener Porzellan des 18. Jahrhunderts', Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe, Hamburg Katalog der Sammlung Hoffmeister (Hamburg, 1999), Vol. I, p. 40, no. 13 for a beaker and saucer from the service and an extensive discussion of this service. A sugar-box with similar decoration was sold in these Rooms on 8th July 2002, lot 3, and a teapot was sold in these Rooms on 28th June 1976, lot 143. Also see Ulrich Pietsch, 'Early Meissen Porcelain' Museum für Kunst und Kulturgeschichte der Hansestadt Lübeck, 14th November 1993-31st January 1994, and others 26th February-30th April 1994 Exhibition Catalogue (Lübeck, 1993), pp. 48-49, no. 33 for a beaker and saucer from this rare service, and where he discusses that Höroldt fired the 'first red-painted service on 19th July 1720, and then brought it to Dresden'.