Montenegrin from Postinje in 1850.

Traditional Montenegro national costumes. Montenegrin Folkdress

Montenegrin from Postinje

Montenegrin from Postinje in 1850.

Woman from Postinje in traditional Montenegro costume. Gornje Postinje is a small town in Dalmatia, near the city of Split in Croatia.

Sheets for costume. Historical and folk costumes. Published by Franz Lipperheide, Berlin 1876. (Blätter für Kostümkunde. Historische und Volkstrachten)

Note:  German baroque aristocracy costume.

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