A pair of related calamander card-tables of this form, was sold from the Schieszler collection, Christie's New York, 21 October 1999, lot 117 ($32,200). The latter pair was given to the Regency cabinet-maker George Oakley (d. 1840) as they were possibly supplied to Charles Madryll Cheere for Papworth Hall, Cambridgeshire, circa 1810. Oakley is recorded as supplying a large quantity of furnishings for Papworth Hall from 1809. A games-table of virtually identical form is illustrated in R. Edwards, ed., The Dictionary of English Furniture, Woodsbridge, 1954, vol. III, p. 202, fig. 42.
Another similar pair of calamander card-tables was sold anonymously, Sotheby's New York, 1 February 1992, lot 215 ($13,200).