For a 'Marchand de Mode' of very similar form also from the Blohm Collection, see Robert Schmidt, Early European Porcelain as Collected by Otto Blohm (Munich, 1953), col. pl. 80, no. 293. Another similar example from the Thornton Wilson Collection is in the Metropolitan Museum, New York, and another is illustrated by Hans Dieter Flach, Ludwigsburger Porzellan (Stuttgart, 1997), p. 591, no. 740. For a 'Marchand d'Epiceries' of the same form which is illustrated with a stall of more makeshift design (propped on a box and stilts), see Hans Christ, Ludwigsburger Porzellanfiguren (Stuttgart and Berlin, 1921), pl. 58. The same two shops are illustrated by Leo Balet, Ludwigsburger Porzellan (Stuttgart and Leipzig, 1911) with three other stalls (of the more makeshift type, see no. 202 for the 'Marchand d'Epiceries'). Three of these stalls are inscribed 'Ells' or 'Elbs', and they are also illustrated in the article by Reinhard Jansen, 'Die Macht Einer Signatur Oder Zur Zuschreibung Einer Ludwigsburger Schäfergruppe', Keramos, April 1985, p. 10.