Couple in the costumes from the district of Oberhasli.

Traditional Switzerland national costumes. Swiss folk dresses. Clothing from Canton of Bern

Couple from the district of Oberhasli.

Couple from the district of Oberhasli, Canton Bern. Switzerland national costumes 1865.

Gallery: Costumes Suisses des 22 cantons. Dessiné par Louis Lassalle, illustrator. S. Morel; Imprimerie Lemercier, Geneve; Paris, 1865.

Note:  Martin Schneider sergeant in the Grenadier Company Bern.

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