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2 Dutch women, one selling butter, in The Batavian Republic (a. Engraved by Lodewijk Portman - ca.

Costumes de Différent Pays, 'Paysan et Paysanne des environs de Paris.'  Jacques Grasset de Saint-Sauveur (France, 1757-1810)  Labrousse (France, Bordeaux, active late 18th century)  France, circa 1797  Prints; engravings  Hand-tinted engraving on paper

Costumes de Différent Pays, 'Paysan et Paysanne des environs de Paris.' Jacques Grasset de Saint-Sauveur (France, 1757-1810) Labrousse (France, Bordeaux, active late 18th century) France, circa 1797 Prints; engravings Hand-tinted engraving on paper

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Le Coucher des Grisettes, British Museum Acc No. Note the blue apron with pockets! (Of course published by LeMésangère)

Pipe-smoking Dutch man wearing tricorned hat  meets outdoors with peasant woman, in The Batavian Republic (a.k.a. The Netherlands.). Engraved by Lodewijk Portman (1772 - ca. 1813), published in 1803.

Pipe-smoking Dutch man wearing tricorned hat meets outdoors with peasant woman, in The Batavian Republic (a. Engraved by Lodewijk Portman - ca.

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)

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)

A.Martinet, Satire on the Scottish: while two Highlanders in their kilts lean forward to inspect some fruits being offered for sale, two well-dressed ladies playing with their child lean forward in order to peer under their kilts. October 1815 Hand-coloured etching

Satire on the Scottish: while two Highlanders in their kilts lean forward to inspect some eggs being offered for sale, two well-dressed ladies playing with their child lean forward in order to peer under their kilts October 1815 BM

Costumes de Différent Pays, 'Femme de Montauban' Labrousse (France, Bordeaux, active late 18th century) Jacques Grasset de Saint-Sauveur (France, 1757-1810) France, circa 1797

Costumes de Différent Pays, 'Femme de Montauban' Labrousse (France, Bordeaux, active late 18th century) Jacques Grasset de Saint-Sauveur (France, 1757-1810) France, circa 1797

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