Portugal Poultry merchant in 1843.

Poultry merchant. Pardilhó folk dress. Traditional Portugal national costumes. Portugese garment.

Poultry merchant from Pardilhó. Portugal.

Portugal Poultry merchant.

Costume Traditionnel Marchand de Volaille de Pardilho. 

Man from Pardilhó, 1843. Pardilhó is a municipality (freguesia) in the Portuguese district of Estarreja.

Source: Manners, customs and costumes of all peoples of the world, based on authentic documents and and newer travel by Auguste Wahlen.

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