Prosecutor. Seller of oysters. Merchant of vinegar. Reign of Louis XIII.

Prosecutor, Seller, Merchant, Baroque, dress, France,
Cureur de puits. Vendeur d’Huitres. Marchand de Vinaigre. Règne de Louis XIII, fils de Henri IV et de Marie de Médicis. Tirés des types de Paris.

Types of Paris in the 17th century. Baroque era.

Prosecutor. Seller of oysters. Merchant of vinegar. Reign of Louis XIII, son of Henry IV and Marie de Medici. From the types of Paris.

Cureur de puits. Vendeur d’Huitres. Marchand de Vinaigre. Règne de Louis XIII, fils de Henri IV et de Marie de Médicis. Tirés des types de Paris.

Source: Paris à travers les siècles. Histoire nationale de Paris et des Parisiens depuis la fondation de Lutèce jusqu’à nos jours, par Henri Gourdon de Genouillac, 1879. Henri Gourdon, known as Gourdon de Genouillac (1826 – 1898) was a French historian, novelist and heraldist specialising in the French nobility and its coats of arms. He was scientific editor of the Journal des employés de Paris, the Journal héraldique, the Monde artiste (1862-1898) and the Passe-temps, a literary and anecdotal journal.

illustration, black, cat
Illustration, Dance, Female dancer,

Dress Codes: How the Laws of Fashion Made History by Richard Thompson Ford.

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Illustration, Dance, Female dancer,

Continuing

Note:  German mercenaries. Baroque 17th century, Thirty Years' War.

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