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Welsh costume: Cambrian Costumes no. 4, all

Title (on print): ‘Dull Wisgoedd Cymru / Cyflwynedig i Bendefigion a Boneddigion y Dywysogaeth. / Rhif 4 / Cymraes ieuanc mewn Dull-wisgad rhan Swydd Benfro’ // Cambrian Costumes / Dedicated to the Nobility and Gentry of Wales. No. 4 / Welsh Girl in the Costume of Pembrokeshire’
Description: Girl with tall hat (not Welsh type), white cap, bright-coloured printed shawl; brown gown with short tail (distinctive of Pembrokeshire), brown skirt, red and blue check apron. She has her yellow and red striped sleeves on her lap.
Note: No. 4 in a set of 13 prints of Welsh costume, a pair with Cambrian Costumes no. 3
Artist: A Cadwalader?
Date of watercolour, ‘proof’ and print: 1834-1835
Date of postcards: 1940s-1970s

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