A related parlour chair pattern for a ribbon-scrolled back, with uprights interwoven with the splat, was issued in Robert Manwaring's, The Cabinet and Chair-Maker's Real Friend and Companion, 1765 (pl. 6).
Another armchair with serpentined back, acanthus-enriched splat and Linnell type arms in the Victoria and Albert Museum, London is illustrated in R. Edwards, A History of the English Chair, London, 1951, fig. 93. A pair of chairs with the same splat design was sold from the collection of the late Dr. Dallas Bache Pratt, Sotheby's New York, 20 January 1995, lot 116.