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Vintage-retro fashion illustration. Portrait of a female lost in thought. For more art follow me on instagram @eve.pyra :)

Vintage-retro fashion illustration. Portrait of a female lost in thought. For more art follow me on instagram @eve.pyra :)

Faberge ~ This rare snuffbox was thought to be lost until 2010, when it was sold by Christie's for 1,000,000 USD. This snuffbox with a miniature portrait of Nikolay II in a diamond frame was presented to Turkan Pasha, the Ambassador of the Ottoman Empire in Russia in 1913. One million dollars !

Faberge ~ This rare snuffbox was thought to be lost until 2010, when it was sold by Christie's for 1,000,000 USD. This snuffbox with a miniature portrait of Nikolay II in a diamond frame was presented to Turkan Pasha, the Ambassador of the Ottoman Empire in Russia in 1913. One million dollars !

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50+ Awesome and Unique Steampunk Wedding Ideas

A charmingly beautiful young Victorian woman with long, wonderful locks. Victorian vintage antique woman hair

A charmingly beautiful young Victorian woman with long, wonderful locks. Victorian vintage antique woman hair

Vintage look: The trains of 1966 have a vintage feel when compared to the modern Subway system in New York today

Underground New York in 1966

Vintage look: The trains of 1966 have a vintage feel when compared to the modern Subway system in New York today

ABRAHAM LINCOLN: A wonderful carte de visite of President-elect. "O-51 Ink Well" from the famous series of five photographs taken at Lincoln's first sitting in Washington by Alexander Gardner, in Mathew Brady's National Portrait Gallery on Sunday, February 24, 1861. with notations on recto and verso (none in Lincoln's hand). Lincoln possesses what his private secretary, John Nicolay, referred to as "that serious far-away look", as if he were lost in thought.

ABRAHAM LINCOLN: A wonderful carte de visite of President-elect. "O-51 Ink Well" from the famous series of five photographs taken at Lincoln's first sitting in Washington by Alexander Gardner, in Mathew Brady's National Portrait Gallery on Sunday, February 24, 1861. with notations on recto and verso (none in Lincoln's hand). Lincoln possesses what his private secretary, John Nicolay, referred to as "that serious far-away look", as if he were lost in thought.

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