Images of sister Francisca can be seen here. Images of their mother, Maria Leopoldina, can be seen here.
From the lost gallery's photostream on flickr; dark spots on the left most woman (Januária ?) removed with Photoshop along with some spots elsewhere in the image., Princess, Countess
Fashion generally travels from Europe outward. The gigot sleeves of Princess Januária's dress and puffed sleeves of Francisca's dress were obsolescing in Europe.
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