"Louis XVI, King of the French"
This fascinating print, likely produced before the Kings flight from Paris, takes the Louis XVI of the old regime and makes him a revolutionary with the addition of the Phrygian cap. While the engravers intention remains absolutely unknown, contemporaries might have seen this as mocking Louiss new position in the Revolution. Others, less cynical, might have seen an attempt to create a monarchy living with the constitution.
Source: mfr 88.167