Briganti, Bandits. Italy 1834.

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Bandits, 1834. Italy folk dresses. Briganti, 1834. Abiti popolari italiani.

Bandits, 1834. Italy folk dresses.

Briganti, 1834. Abiti popolari italiani.

Source: Tableau historique et descriptif de l’Italie, du Piémont, de la Sardaigne, de Malte, de la Sicile et de la Corse. Authors: Baron de Jacques Marquet de Montbreton Norvins. Alexandre Dumas.

Historical and descriptive table of Italy, Piedmont, Sardinia, Malta, Sicily and Corsica. Authors: Baron de Jacques Marquet de Montbreton Norvins. Alexandre Dumas.

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