An identical armchair is in the Cleveland Museum of Art (Inv. No. 25-1219), whilst another was exhibited at the 1992 Biennale des Antiquaires, Grand Palais, Paris, by Galerie Steinitz.
An interesting pen and ink drawing, probably of Parisian authorship and executed circa 1715, is in the Nationalmuseum, Stockholm. In an album assembled by Daniel Crnstrom while serving as secretary to the Swedish Ambassador to the court of Louis XIV, it shows a number of possible variants in form and sculpture for a similar chair. (M. Jarry, Le Sige Franais, Fribourg, 1973, p. 78, fig. D23).
A related pair of chairs from the collection of Lady Baillie, Leeds Castle, Kent, was sold anonymously at Christie's London, 8 December 1994, lot 527.