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Example of triple-plumed bearer | Standard bearer and officer of the Guards, c. 1635, after Abraham Bosse (Quicherat)

and officer of the Guards, c. after Abraham Bosse (Quicherat

Abraham Bosse d'après Jean de Saint-Igny (v. 1597-1647)  			Le Jardin de la noblesse française, 1629 : L'Homme au gant

Abraham Bosse d'après Jean de Saint-Igny (v. 1597-1647) Le Jardin de la noblesse française, 1629 : L'Homme au gant

Abraham Bosse d'après Jean de Saint-Igny (v. 1597-1647)  			Le Jardin de la noblesse française, 1629 : Gentilhomme vu de dos

Abraham Bosse d'après Jean de Saint-Igny (v. 1597-1647) Le Jardin de la noblesse française, 1629 : Gentilhomme vu de dos

d'Artagnan, the gascon by MrHarp.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

and finally, the man himself. d'Artagnan the gascon. I depicted him young and handsome, whith some poor mustaches. d'Artagnan, the gascon

A detail from: Gentlemen of 1625-1630, for after Abraham Bosse, vintage engraved illustration. Magasin Pittoresque 1857.

This very fashionable Cavalier is wearing the longer (just past the knee) Slop breeches and hair that also find favor during this period. We can clearly see the shape of the cavalier style hat complete with multiple ostrich plumes.

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