Frisian islands citizen in 1724.

Old German folk clothing. Traditional Frisian islands men costume. Alte Friesische Tracht.

Frisian citizen from Westerland 1724

Frisian islands citizen from Westerland, Sylt 1724.

Traditional German men costume, 18th century, rococo period.


Note:  Chapeaux. Les modes sous Louis XVI. La mode du rococo.

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