Ah, bonnet satire…

Here’s a tiny explanation from Wikipedia about “Les Invisibles en Tête-à-Tête”, a French satire on the poke bonnet (called “invisible” in French), 1810s.

And the problems born by the (somewhat slightly exaggerated) beaked bonnet. Image by Charles Amédée de Noé (1818-1879), known as Cham.

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