Peasant woman of Solothurn, Switzerland.

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Switzerland national costume. Swiss folk clothing. Peasant woman of Solothurn.

Peasant woman of Solothurn.

Peasant woman of Solothurn 1840.

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Woman in the costume of Solothurn, Switzerland. According to an illustration by Paul Gavarni.

From the book: Costumes historiques pour travestissements par Paul Gavarni (Guillaume Sulpice Chevalier 1804-1866)

Associated: The Switzerland national costumes of 17th – 19th century originals.

Note:  Lucerne Entlebuch. Switzerland national costumes.

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