Postilion and Innkeeper, Baden.

Postilion costume. Innkeeper costume. Baden folk dress. German national costumes. Eugène Guinot

Postilion and Innkeeper from Baden

Postilion and Innkeeper from Baden, Germany. Around Kehl, ca. 1840.

Postillon et Aubergiste Badois (Environ De Kehl)

Source: L’été à Bade par Eugène Guinot. Illustré par Tony Johannot, Eugène Lami, Français et Daubigny Jaquemot. Troisèime Edition, revue corrigée. Paris, Ernest Bourdin, Éditeur. Librairie Hachette et Cie.

(Eugène Guinot 1812-1861; Pseudonyme: Pierre Durand et Paul Vermond).

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