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Plate #94d - Late Nineteenth Century - French Folk Dress. Brittany

The Glazik costume of Quimper - Finistère dept. - Brittany region, France

Brittany, France. Tall Breton Lace Headdress. I have a picture of my great-aunt wearing one of these in France

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