A virtually identical William and Mary walnut writing-table was sold by the Executors of Mrs. A.M. Shannon Munn, in these Rooms, 30 June 1966, lot 118 (£1,300). This table shared not only, the overall shape and size, but also details such as the double beading around the drawers, the key escutcheons, the waved stretcher and the candleslides. The differences lie in the figuring of the walnut veneer, the handles, and most importantly, the feet. Contrastingly the scrolled feet have patera to each of the sides and are splayed outwards, rather than straight ahead.
Another related 'Queen Anne writing table' was exhibited at the Exhibition of Art Treasures, London, 1928, by Reginald Clifford, of Grafton Galleries, and is illustrated in the Catalogue p. 14, no. 72.