9 October 2013
A SET OF FOUR LOUIS XVI GREY-PAINTED FAUTEUILS
BY F.C. MENANT, CIRCA 1775
Each with rectangular lyre-shaped back, stamped F.C. MENANT and branded VB (4)
Maître Poulain; Hôtel Drouot, Paris, 3 July 1991, lot 224.
Yves Mikaeloff; Christie's, New York, 21 May 1997, lot 392.
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