Old Executive Office Building, Washington , D.C. Office of the Vice President: pedestal dining table.
Department of the Treasury, Washington, D.C. Samuel P. Chase suite: pedestal desk. Andrew Johnson suite: Renaissance Revival sideboard and mirror. Secretary of the Treasury Diplomatic Reception Room: suite of furniture. Secretary of the Treasury Conference Room: conference table.
Library of Congress Jefferson Building, Washington, D.C. Members Reading Room: Renaissance Revival period refectory table. Senate Reading Room: Renaissance Revival period tables, bookcases and cabinet. Librarian's Ceremonial Office: Librarian's double pedestal desk, chairs, tables and card cabinet. Poet Laureate's Office: English Edwardian period paint decorated satinwood suite; other furniture. Coolidge Auditorium: Original Geri Melchers portrait frame and display cases.
Department of the Navy, Washington, D.C. Office PEO-Theater Air Defense: Aaron Willard tall case clock. Office of Admiral Nanos: Custom Navy-made double pedestal desk.
Department of State, Washington, D.C. Executive Offices: set of historical chairs.
Architect of the Capitol, Washington, D.C. Rotunda: 16 Florentine bronze cast iron and wood benches. Speakers Office: American Federal period sideboard.
U.S. House of Representatives, Washington, D.C. 1859 desk and two chairs designed by Thomas Walters from House Chambers, historic upholstered box sofa and recamier.
Maryland State Archives, Senate President’s Armchair, Attributed to the shop of John Shaw, (1735-1829); Senate President’s Desk, made by William Tuck (c. 1774-1813) in the shop of John Shaw; Senator’s Armchair, attributed to the shop of John Shaw (1745-1829); Senator’s Armchair, attributed to the shop of John Shaw (1745-1829); Senator’s Desk, attributed to the shop of John Shaw (1745-1829) ; and a Senator’s Desk, attributed to the shop of John Shaw (1745-1829).
Museums and Institutions
The Stephen Decatur House, National Trust for Historic Preservation, Washington D.C. Original interior maple doors, architectural panels and frames, and original louvered and paneled window shutters, designed by Benjamin Henry Latrobe, circa 1817.
Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, The Smithsonian Institution, New York, N.Y. Mr. Andrew Carnegie's personal oak roll top desk.
Historic Annapolis Foundation, Annapolis, MD William Paca House: William Faris clock in a case made by John Shaw and Archibald Chisholm.
Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, D.C. Founders Room: English James I period stool, Charles II period refectory table, Elizabethan period court cupboard, other examples.
Anderson House, Society of the Cincinnati, Washington, D.C. Massachusetts Suite and New York Suite: numerous examples of historic furniture. Georgia Suite: architectural millwork. Main Dining Room: expansion dining table. Music Room: suite of Louis XV style parcel gilt furniture. Morning Room: group of Italian early Baroque paint decorated settee and chairs.
Hillwood Museum and Garden, Washington D.C. English George III period chest
Royal Embassy of the Netherlands, Washington, D.C. Ambassador's Residence: manufacture of a reproduction expansion dining table; conservation of numerous other pieces of historical furniture.
Embassy of Finland, Washington, D.C. Ambassador's Residence: case for historic time piece.
Embassy of Brazil, Washington, D.C. Ambassador's Residence: Colonial style expansion dining table, dining chairs, pair of Early Baroque vestment chests.
American Society for Clinical Oncology, Alexandria, VA Museum: several historic medical devices.
Oatlands Plantation, Leesburg, VA Numerous pieces of furniture in the museum collection.
Towson Alumni Foundation, Towson, MD Alumni Center: numerous examples of historic furniture
University Systems of Maryland Hidden Waters: English George III period dining table and group of dining chairs, American Federal period Baltimore Demi-lune gaming table, other historic furniture.
Army-Navy Club, Washington, D.C.
Chevy Chase Club, Chevy Chase, MD
Sloan's and Kenyon Auction, Bethesda, MD
Sotheby's Auction, New York, NY
Hantman's Auction and Appraiser's, Potomac, MD
McKinsey & Co., Inc., Washington, D.C.
Axa Art Insurance Company, New York, N.Y.
Chubb Insurance Company, New York, N.Y
All Saints Episcopal Church, Frederick, MD
Evangelical Lutheran Church, Frederick, MD
St. John's Episcopal Church, Hagerstown, MD
Numerous private clients and dealers throughout the country.