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A lithograph plate showing Samurai warriors in a variety of different costumes, early 19th century Japan, 1888, by Albert Racinet (1825-1893). Titre : Le costume historique : cinq cents planches, trois cents en couleurs, or et argent, deux cent en camaieu, types principaux du vêtement et de la parure, rapprochés de ceux de l'intérieur de l'habitation dans tous les temps et chez tous les peuples. Racinet, Albert (1825-1893).


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