French lord in the reign of King Louis XIV. 17th century. Seigneur. Règne de Louis XIV. XVIIe siècle. D’après le Chevallier-Chevignard.
Lord and Ladies costumes after the edict of 1633. Costume de Seigneur et de Dames. Apres l’édit de réforme 1633. D’après Abraham Bosse.
Prosecutor. Seller of oysters. Merchant of vinegar. Reign of Louis XIII, son of Henry IV and Marie de Medici. From the types of Paris.
French shop of children toys of the 17th century. Excerpt from an 1625 book, designed by Jean-Pierre Vermes.
French Lord in the late 17th century. According Chevignard. Seigneur. Vers la fin du XVIIe Siècle. D’après Chevignard. Ancien Régime.
Transylvanian prayer rugs. From Asia Minor. XVIIth century. Left one owned by Baron Charles Kaffner, Budapest; the other by the Arts and Crafts Museum, Budapest.
King Charles, 1600-1649, was from 1625 to 1649 King of England, Scotland and Ireland from the House of Stuart.
The Gunpowder Plot.
James Stuart was as James VI from 1567 King of Scotland, and since 1603 until his death in addition as James I King of England and King of Ireland.
Dress of the Commonality. Time of Charles I. A.D. 1630. Baroque era