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Location: 1820
Paris, 1820 - 175 x 120 mm.
From Costume Parisien (1797-1839).Paris was the capital for fashion innovation and design. After the final defeat of Napoleon, English and French fashions merged to close accord. What was in vogue in ..
25€
Location: 1827
Paris, 1827 - 175 x 120 mm.
From Costume Parisien (1797-1839).Paris was the capital for fashion innovation and design. After the final defeat of Napoleon, English and French fashions merged to close accord. What was in vogue in ..
30€
Location: 1866
Paris, 1866 - 268 x 193 mm.
From Les Modes Parisiennes. Underneath the print are the names of the shops where the clothing's, perfumes, porcelains, flowers, etc., depicted in the engraving, are to be obtained.In the later quarte..
40€
Location: 1866
Paris, 1866 - 262 x 195 mm.
From Les Modes Parisiennes. Underneath the print are the names of the shops where the clothing's, perfumes, porcelains, flowers, etc., depicted in the engraving, are to be obtained.In the later quarte..
40€
Location: 1896
Paris, 1896 - 405 x 300 mm.
Uncommon Paris fashion plate from Le Moniteur de la Mode, under direction of Abel Goubaud.In the later quarter of the 19th century there was a proliferation of women's magazines. These periodicals, wh..
30€
Location: 1896
Paris, 1896 - 405 x 300 mm.
Uncommon Paris fashion plate from Le Moniteur de la Mode, under direction of Abel Goubaud.In the later quarter of the 19th century there was a proliferation of women's magazines. These periodicals, wh..
25€
Location: 1930
Paris, between 1925 and 1930 - 325 x 330 mm.
5 Lithographed perfume labels laid on original cardboard sheet. A striking example of commercial artworks produced by the artist and graphic designer Robert Pichon and his Parisian studio Ateliers de ..
60€
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