Clothing from Istanbul, Ottoman Empire. 1873. 1-Armenian bride 2-Jewish woman of Constantinople 3-Young Greek girl

Clothing from Constantinople, 'Ottoman Empire' 1873 1 - Armenian bride 2 - Jewish woman of Constantinople 3 - Young Greek girl

carolathhabsburg:  Turkish women. 1880s.

PASCAL SEBAH Turkish Women at Home, Constantinople, 1860 Albumen print from a glass negative, mounted, numbered in the negative « 620

Ottoman Turkey, Costumes, Medjmouaï Teçavir (1910s) Fruchtermann No. 114. Max Fruchtermann, 1852-1918. The most prominent early publisher of Ottoman postcards, at the age of seventeen he opened a frame-shop at Yüksekkaldirim Istanbul. It is hard to underestimate his role in the publishing scene that followed. He was one of the first "editeurs" (if not the very first) to create postcards depicting the Ottoman Empire.

Ottoman Turkey, Costumes, Medjmouaï Teçavir Fruchtermann No.

Clothing from province of Ankara, Ottoman State. 1-Bashi-bazouk (mercenary soldier) of Ankara, 2-Muslim shepherd from Ankara, 3-Muslim peasant woman from Ankara. Istanbul, 1873.

Bachi Bozouk (mercenary soldier) of Ankara; Muslim peasant of Ankara; Muslim peasant woman of Ankara from the province of Ankara Pascal Sabah century Ottoman Empire

Clothing from province of Aydin, Ottoman State. 1-Christian merchant of Aydin, 2-Rabbi of Smyrna (Izmir), 3-Bourgeois of Manisa.

Clothing from province of Aydin, Ottoman State. merchant of Aydin. of Smyrna (Izmir). of Manisa.


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