Three examples of this model are recorded in museum collections; one is in the Munich Residenz, which reputedly was produced for Carl Theodor, Prince-Elector and Count of the Palatine, patron of the Frankenthal factory, published by Friedrich H. Hofmann, Frankenthaler Porzellan, Band II, Munich, 1911, taf. 115, no. 469; a second from the Jack and Belle Linsky collection is in the Metropolitan museum, New York, acc. no. 1982.60.294, published in the collection catalogue, New York, 1984, pp. 286-287, no. 229; a third slightly varying example is in the Schlossmuseum, Mannheim. A fourth example was sold at Christie's Geneva, 12th November 1976, lot 228. Another equally ambitious model of a pavilion was conceived by Lück, see the example sold in these rooms, the Property of Henry Jacob, Esq. (by order of the Executors), 1st June 1951, lot 87; and that in the Reiss-Engelhorn-Museum in Mannheim.