Title page of the pamphlet: The Spanish Caravan, 1702. A mule driver with big glasses startled at the sight of a Spanish nobleman on horseback, in the foreground a turtle and a snail. Cartoon on the departure of the French retinue that accompanied Philip V on his journey to Spain . The print was made by Romeyn de Hooghe (1645–1708), a draughtsman, printmaker and publisher in Amsterdam and Haarlem .
The stylised snail is sinistral on this engraving, the shell with a colour pattern of axial bands and a large aperture; the animal has two tentacles only.