The hand-colored lithograph below is not from the same source as the above prints.
It has been attributed to Edmé-Jean Pigal, from Mouers parisiennes (Parisian Manners), published in 1828.
"From the late 1820's to the late 1830's, he (Pigal) produced numerous lithographs caricaturing contemporary customs and social types, in which he ridiculed the hypocrisy of the bourgeoisie and the vulgarity of the lower classes.
His favorite characters were the street urchins of Paris, servants, coachmen and doormen, and lecherous old men."
— Beatrice Farwell, in The Charged Image: French Lithographic Caricature, 1816-1848,
Santa Barbara Museum of Art, 1989, p. 127.
Rival Queans [sic]
Size: approx. 7.25 x 6 inches
Condition: Fair/Good— corner wear and damage; title is adhered to front of print; back of print shows evidence of prior mounting (glue spots in corners on back of print); smudges and stray watercolor paint or lithographers ink in upper left corner.