Related examples of clocks incorporating lacquered bronze figures attributed to the Martin frères include the following:
-One in the Louvre Museum, Paris from the Grog-Carven Collection, with movement by Pierre Le Roy
-One, almost certainly supplied to Prince Charles de Lorraine, with movement by Etienne Lenoir, formerly in the collection of Djahanguir Riahi, sold Christie's, New York, 2 November 2000, lot 8 ($270,000 exc. premium)
-One, part of a garniture including a pair of candelabra, with movement by Antoine Thiout, sold from the collection of Jaime Ortiz-Patiño, Sotheby's, New York, 20 May 1992, lot 7 ($319,000 inc. premium)
-One formerly in the collection of the Duchesse de Richelieu, now in a private collection, with movement by Benoist Gerard
-One discussed in Partridge Fine Arts: Recent Acquisitions, London, 1998, cat. 45, p. 113, with movement by Gudin le Jeune
For a further discussion of lacquered bronze figures attributed to Martin frères, see note preceding lot 153.