Mercière ambulante from Georges-Jacques Gatine, Costumes d'ouvrières parisiennes, 1824, BNF Paris

Mercière ambulante from Georges-Jacques Gatine, Costumes d'ouvrières parisiennes, 1824, BNF Paris

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Image taken from page 669 of 'Modern London; being the history and present state of the British Metropolis.

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being the history and present state of the British Metropolis.

Image taken from page 561 of 'Modern London; being the history and present state of the British Metropolis. Illustrated with numerous copper plates. [By Richard Phillips.]'

Image taken from page 561 of 'Modern London; being the history and present state of the British Metropolis. Illustrated with numerous copper plates. [By Richard Phillips.

Bouquetière from Georges-Jacques Gatine, Costumes d'ouvrières parisiennes, 1824, BNF Paris

Costumes d'ouvrières parisiennes / par Gatine - 19 regency apron with pocket.

Study of a young woman and a boy; watercolor drawing from the collection of the British Museum.

A Quick Regency Apron How-to

the woman wearing an apron over a print dress, and a cap on her head with a young boy in a jacket, striped waistcoat, and breeches (British Museum)

The early nineteenth-century maid. By William Brocas (1762-1837), pencil drawing c.1800 (National Library of Ireland)

The early nineteenth-century maid. By William Brocas pencil drawing (National Library of Ireland)

"En skarnagerkarl og en gammel kludekælling i København" (A street cleaner and an old rags collector in Copenhagen), print by G.L. Lahde. Danish, Ca 1810.

"En skarnagerkarl og en gammel kludekælling i København" (A street cleaner and an old rags collector in Copenhagen), print by G.L. Lahde. Danish, Ca 1810.

1802-12   Four ladies working on soft fabrics.   Hand-coloured etching.  Plate 27.       britishmuseum.org

Full: Front Plate four ladies working on soft fabrics. Hand-coloured etching © The Trustees of the British Museum

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English working woman, c. "Fishwoman and Dustman", published by R.

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