Charlet, Ramond Guide. At the peak of the lost mountain.

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Charlet, Guide de Ramond. Au pic du mont perdu.

Charlet, Ramond Guide. The peak of Mount Perdu. Costumes Pyrenees 1834.

Charlet, Guide de Ramond. Au pic du mont perdu. Français: Ancely, René (1876 – 1966). Possesseur.

Source: Costumes des Pyrénées dessinés d’après nature & lithographiés par Édouard Pingret. Paris: Gihaut frères, 1834.


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