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Winter clothing. Japan 19th Century via Sgt. Steiner

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+~+~ Antique Photograph ~+~+ Portrait of a beautiful, serene young woman.

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Daguerreotype - Unknown Japanese man, 19th century. What I miss with this tumbler web sites it is that very often we do not have the source of the photos nor any explanation. Only photo does not feed my mind and my curiosity. Perhaps I missed a technical information ?

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Filipino woman Many people say:"did you ever think how it will look like when you're old?" Well, beautiful.

  • T B

    Love this

  • Kendralyn Forest

    Very beautiful, why would you care what you look like when your old anyway? Tattoos or not, we are all most likely to be wrinkly and what not. Why would having tattoos make that worse? I won't care about the way I look when I'm old, I'll just be worried about health issues that come with old age!

  • Kamil Torczewski

    KF - like your comment :)

  • Michalina Majewska

    Yep. It looks good.

  • Melj Ruiz

    I hope we can still preserve the beauty and art of the Filipino Culture. Such an amazing artwork.

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