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Illustrations of English and foreign costume from the fifteenth century to the present day : a series of ninety-six full-length portraits / engraved by Pauquet Brothers after the designs of Albert Durer ... [et al.]
Bib ID 141887
Format BookBook
Author
Pauquet Brothers
 
Description London : H. Sotheran, 1875 
[8], 96 leaves of plates : col. ill. ; 31 cm. 
Notes

Ill. signed by Hippolyte Louis Emile Pauquet and Polydor Jean Charles Pauquet.

Lithographic and hand-painted ill.

Includes index.

Half-title present.

Subjects Costume.  |  Costume in art.
Other authors/contributors Pauquet, Hippolyte Louis Emile, 1797-  |  Pauquet, Polydor Jean Charles

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