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Paris Street Cries by Bouchardon; 1737-1742 | History of Fashion Design

Paris Street Cries by Bouchardon; 1737-1742

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The Baker

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“Carpe vive!”

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“La lanterne!” in winter; “L’eau” in summer.

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“Cafe! Cafe!”

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A wood cutter

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Water carrier

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Fruit seller

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A higgler

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an Auvergnat tinker

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“Bellows or buckets to mend!”

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“All hot! All hot!”

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“La vie! La vie!”

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“Oysters in the shell!”

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“Stoneware for sale!”

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The cobbler

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The Provencal

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The print seller

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“Brooms! Brooms!”

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“My beautiful pinks!”

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“Baked apples!”

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“Who’ll buy spoons and larding pins?!”

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“Fresh salad!”

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“The list of the winners in the lottery!”

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A cooper

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“Death to the rats!”

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A well cleaner

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Bill sticker

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“Cottrets!”

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The organ player

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A sweeper

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A lantern merchant

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A chimney sweep

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A magic lantern

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“Green walnuts.”

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Knife grinder

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“Rabbit skins!”

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Woman dealing in old hats

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A milkmaid

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A hurdy-gurdy player

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“My fine boot laces!”

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“Good ink!”

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A street porter

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The little boot cleaner

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