A bureau-cabinet from Brunschweig, circa 1750, inlaid with virtually identical figures and canopies, is illustrated in H. Kreisel, Die Kunst des Deutschen Möbels, Munich 1970, vol. II, fig. 876.
A very similarly shaped and inlaid Schrank from the collection of The Honorable Mrs. James de Rothschild was sold in these Rooms, 15 July 1971, lot 73 for 4,500 gns.
Another ivory-inlaid Braunschweiger Schrank of the same time and with a nearly identical stepped cornice and similar plinths is now in the Reiss-Museum, Mannheim (Kreisel, ibid fig. 873).