Clothing of a noble Egyptian, Egyptian Queen and distinguished Egyptian. Egyptian court official, King (Pharaoh) and fan carrier of the king.
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Priestess. Noble Greek women with peplum. Winner in the Olympics. Bacchus priest. Greek king with regalia.
Jewish costumes in antiquity. Noble, Warriors, King, High Priest, Levites,
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Assyrian warriors. Warriors with standing shield. Warrior with hand shield. Archer. Man of the people. Noble Assyrians. Assyrian court officials.
Fashion of polite society. Great bourgeois clothing. Costumes by waitress in a traditional munich dirndl and middle-class family.
German fashion in the last third of the 18th century.
German fashion in the 18th century. Romanticism. Top row left to right: women’s fashion in 1793. Chur Saxon field postmaster. Princely Hessian postilion. Right: Costumes in 1788. Bottom row left to… Read More
German and Austrian military uniforms in the 18th century. Top row left: Württemberg military around 1730. Uniforms of Grenadier, Knight-Captain and General. Right: Württemberg military from 1724 to 1738. Uniforms… Read More
First Empire, Regency costumes. First third of the 19th Century. Top row left: Fashion of the year 1814. Right: Fashion of the year 1818. Bottom row left: Fashion of the… Read More
French fashion of the years 1774 until 1780.