London nobility fashion of 17th century.

17th century fashion. Baroque costumes, London, England, Stuart,

A Nobleman and a Lady

Costume of London 1640

A Nobleman and a Lady

Source: London; being an accurate history and description of the British metropolis by David Hughson. Published at London in 1825 by James Robins & Co..

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