Top row left: French Rococo costumes of the years 1778-1779, 1774-1779, 1778-1780. Right: French Fashion of the 1787, 1792, 1787. Bottom row left: French Rococo fashion of 1778 to 1780 1774 to 1779, 1777 to 1780. Right: French Fashion of 1781 and 1784.
Turkish costumes Ottoman Empire. 17th and first half of the 18th century.
Top row left: Ottoman women street costume. Clothing of Sultana, Sultan and Turkish dancer. Right: Costumes of the Turkish military. Bottom row left: Turkish military, Janissaries. Right: Turkish Military Ottoman Empire.
German and French Empire fashion. Regency period. First third of the 19th Century.
Top row left to right: German and French fashion. Costumes of 1809 bis 1812. Right: German and French fashion. Costumes of the years 1802 1803 and 1804. Bottom row left to right: German and French fashion. Costumes of 1802 bis 1804. Right: German and French fashion. Costumes of 1808 and 1809. Empire style.
1770 to 1790. Top row left to right: German and french costume in Strasbourg. Civil costumes from Karlsruhe, Vienna, Frankfurt. Bottom row left: girl and woman in the costume of Augsburg. Right: costumes from Ludwigsburg, Munich, Black Forest peasant.
Last third of the 18th century. Top row left to right: French Civil costume from 1790 to 1792. Right: French Infantry 1799. Grenadier 1795. Bottom row left: Hussar 1795. Lines Cavalry 1795. Infantry, 1796. Right: French Army general. Light Infantry Officer 1795. Lines Infantry 1795.
French revolution clothing. Directory Costumes 18th century
French Revolution. Directory Costumes 18th century.
Last third of the 18th century. Top row left to right: Deputy by the Council of Five Hundred. Gala costume of a member of the Directoire Revolution Board from 1794 to 1799. Right: Civil French Costumes, 1796. Bottom row left to right: French generals 1799 to1800. Right: Members of the Paris Commune with Jacobin hats 1793 to 1794.
Top row left: Women in spencer. Right: Lady in a ball gown, 1805. Lady with cylinder hat. Bottom row left: Lady in Dronissete. Lady in Robe. Right: German court dress. Man in Carrick (Coachman coat. The actor David Garrick let himself customize this jacket in the 18th century as the first: many, superimposed pelerines should protect the English landed gentry, and later manorial coachman from rain and moisture.).
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