Swiss creamery costume. Switzerland, 19th century.

Traditional Swiss creamery costume. Switzerland, 19th century fashion.

Swiss creamery costume. Switzerland, 19th century.

Swiss creamery costume. Switzerland, 19th century.

Swiss creamery costume. Switzerland in the Expo Park. 1st May to 2nd November 1873 in Vienna.

Costume de Suissesse à la Conditorei, dans le Parc de l’Exposition.

Source: Jules Pelcoq: Souvenir de L’Exposition Universelle de Vienne. Dessins inédits de J. Pelcoq gravés par Morse. Paris 1873. Petit Journal pour rire. Aux bureaux du Journal amusant, des Modes Parisiennes et de la Toilette de Paris. Directeur. Eug. Philippon. Moine et Falconer, imp, r. Cardinal Lemoine, 51, Paris.

Note:  Swiss costumes 17th Century.

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