Published in Ulm, Germany from 1839 to 1848
Each approximately 6.25 X 9.5 inches
Pariser Moden was one of the earliest German fashion magazines. Each fashion plate in the magazine showed the interaction, often a flirtation, of a couple. The attitudes reveal much about the relationship between the sexes during the late Biedermeier period. A set of four or six of these would be a great decor touch in a hallway, bedroom dressing room, or bath. Each is a hand colored lithograph.
An elegant and rather haughty looking gentleman with sideburns poses in his brown vest and blue ascot while his wife stands demurely to one side in a blue cape.
This sheet has considerable spotting and staining as shown.