Mongol Tatar prince in 1840

Mongol Tatar prince costume. Feodor Iwanowitsch. Traditional Asian Mongolian clothing

Tatars prince – Feodor Iwanowitsch

Mongol Tatar prince and Feodor Iwanowitsch in 1840.

From the book: Natural History and pictures of the people and the different races and tribes according to the latest discoveries and most exquisite original research, edited by HR Schinz. Honeggersche Lithographic Institute, 3. Advanced ed. 1845 Zurich.

Note:  African people from Bahia Brazil in 1840.

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