hand-colored engraving done in the late 1800’s and published in Harper’s Weekly, portraying a lively scene of several people involved in a croquet match from the turn-of-the-century.

hand-colored engraving done in the late 1800’s and published in Harper’s Weekly, portraying a lively scene of several people involved in a croquet match from the turn-of-the-century.

  1. shadyoaks reblogged this from historicalfashion and added:
    I’d have to agree, I can’t see this being any newer than 1869. The fashions look very 1860s to me, especially the purple...
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  5. a-muppet-of-a-melody reblogged this from historicalfashion and added:
    OMG croquet!
  6. historicalfashion reblogged this from pulverheks and added:
    No, it’s not. Late nineteenth century would be the late 1870s and 1880s onward. No offense or anything. Mid-nineteenth...
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  8. pulverheks reblogged this from historicalfashion and added:
    1869/1870 is the late 1800s.
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