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Image 01: Prices of Cabinet and Chair Work, Philadelphia, 1772

James Humphreys, Jr. (American, d. 1810), Prices of Cabinet and Chair Work, Philadelphia, 1772 (page 1). Book with letterpress, 3 3/4 x 6 1/8 x 5/16 inches. Philadelphia Museum of Art; Promised gift of Thomas S. Howland, Jr. and Dolores B. Howland in memory of Earl and Margaret McAllister.


Image 02: High Chest

High Chest, c. 1765-70. Walnut, yellow poplar, white cedar, yellow pine, 7 feet 10 inches x 44 1/4 x 23 1/4 inches. Philadelphia Museum of Art; Gift of Mrs. W. Logan MacCoy, 1964.


Image 03: Side Chair

Attributed to Benjamin Randolph (American, 1721-1791), Side Chair, c. 1770. Mahogany, white cedar; modern upholstery, 38 7/16 x 23 3/4 x 21 5/8 inches. Philadelphia Museum of Art; Purchased with the Fiske Kimball Fund, the John T. Morris Fund, and with funds contributed by Marguerite and Gerry Lenfest, The Richard Chilton Foundation, H. Richard Dietrich, Jr., Robert L. McNeil, Jr., Fitz Eugene Dixon, Jr., Mrs. E. Newbold Smith, Charlene Sussel, Anne H. and Frederick Vogel III, Andrew M. Rouse, and Dr. and Mrs. Robert E. Booth, 2003.


Image 04: Easy Chair

Attributed to the workshop of Thomas Affleck (American, 1740-1795) and carving attributed to Nicholas Bernard and Martin Jugiez (American, active as partners 1762-1783), Easy Chair, 1770-71. Mahogany, yellow pine, white oak, white cedar, black walnut, tulip poplar; modern upholstery, 46 x 36 1/2 x 34 inches. Philadelphia Museum of Art; Gift of H. Richard Dietrich, Jr., 2001.


Image 05: Desk and Bookcase

Desk and Bookcase, c. 1762. Mahogany, white cedar, yellow poplar, yellow pine, glass, 8 feet 6 inches x 44 1/4 x 24 inches. Philadelphia Museum of Art; Purchased with the Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Annenberg Fund for Major Acquisitions, and with supporting funds from the Henry P. McIlhenny Fund in memory of Frances P. McIlhenny, funds contributed by H. Richard Dietrich, Jr., and other private donors by contribution and exchange, 1990.


Image 06: Chest-on-Chest

Thomas Gross, Jr. (American, 1775-1839), Chest-on-Chest, 1805-10. Mohogany, yellow poplar, yellow pine, brass, 6 feet 10 3/4 inches x 43 1/4 x 22 1/2 inches. Philadelphia Museum of Art; Gift of Mrs. Leslie Legum, 1983.


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