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French merchant in the sixteenth century.

French merchant. 16th century costume. Renaissance fashion.

Marchand français au XVI siècle.

French merchant in the sixteenth century.

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The Sun King in theater costume.

French Sun King. Louis XIV. Baroque fashion. theater costume

Louis XIV in theater costume 1700.

The Sun King in theater costume 1700.

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Directoire costumes Paris, 1798.

Directoire costumes. Costumes imités de l'antique.

Directoire costumes imités de l’antique.

Directoire costumes imitated from the antique. Paris, 1798.

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Empire fashion and headgear 1800 to 1810.

Empire fashion. headgear.

Empire fashion and headgear 1800 to 1810.

Empire fashion and headgear from 1800 to 1810.
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Atta Troll. Heinrich Heine.

Heinrich Heine. Atta Troll. German Romantic.

“Atta Troll. A Midsummer Night’s Dream” by Heinrich Heine

Atta Troll.

“Atta Troll. A Midsummer Night’s Dream” is a narrative poem by Heinrich Heine, which was written in 1841 and 1843 appeared in the newspaper for the elegant world – incomplete and never completes. Atta Troll is one of the most virtuosic works Heines.

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Mizhu or Mizu, Mishmis. Bengal India Tribe.

India Tribe Mizhu. Mizu. Bengal. Mishmis. Tribal Costumes. 19th century

Group of Mizhu or Mizu Mishmis.

Group of Mizhu or Mizu Mishmis.

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Tamils. Two Malabar Girls.

 Tamils. Kerala. Girls. Malabar. India. costumes.

Two Malabar Girls. Jeunes filles Malaberes.

Tamils. Two Malabar Girls.

Jeunes filles Malaberes.

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Sutars, Carpenters, Bengal.

Traditional India costume. Dravidian. Sutars, Carpenters, Bengal.

A Group of Sutars, Carpenters, Bengal. Mongolo-Dravidian Type.

A Group of Sutars, Carpenters, Bengal.

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Students from Heidelberg, 1840.

Students costumes. Heidelberg. German national costumes. Romantic fashion. Eugène Guinot.

Students from Heidelberg

Students from Heidelberg, ca. 1840.

Romantic era.
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The Escape of Charles II. with Jane Lane.

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Charles II, Jane Lane. England history. Baroque costumes. England king

Charles as William Jackson riding with Jane Lane to Bristol. The Escape of Charles II after the battle of Worcester. By Edward Matthew Ward.

The Escape of Charles II.

Charles  and Jane Lane who sheltered King Charles II after his defeat at the Battle of Worcester, 1651.

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