"The Radicalís Arms. (No God! No Religion!! No King! No Constitution!!)"
From an English periodical of 1819, this antirevolutionary print portrays the sansculottes as drunkards anxious to destroy by fire, gallows, and guillotine rather than to work for their own good. The image satirizes the idea of sansculotte simplicity by arranging the two figures and the guillotine as an aristocratic coat of arms.
Source: Museum of the French Revolution 93.12