A major selling exhibition entitled Great English Furniture will offer a rare George II master's chair that was made for the Anti-Gallican Society circa 1750.
The chair is estimated to sell for around £125,000 ($189,500) at the exhibition, which runs from May 20-June 1 at Mallett Antiques in London.
The Anti-Gallican Society was founded in 1745, during the Second Jacobite Rising. Its main objective was opposition to France in general, including the cultural invasion being seen by the import of French goods and fashions.
The chair is superbly realised, with "For Our Country" - the club's motto - inlaid on its back.
Standing almost six feet high and made of walnut, there is only one other similar known example, which resides in the collection of Temple Newsam, a country house near Leeds.
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